Who did Jesus baptise?

Who did Jesus baptize in the Bible?

Summary. Jesus came to John the Baptist while he was baptising people in the River Jordan. John tried to make him change his mind, but Jesus answered, “In this way we will do all that God requires.” So John agreed. As soon as Jesus was baptised, he came up out of the water.

How many disciples did Jesus baptize?

I am certainly not acquainted well with the details of Orthodox baptismal theology, but I learned that the traditions of the church state that Jesus did indeed baptize the twelve disciples. Jesus instructed his disciples to baptize, initiating them in a rite which they were to pass on to others.

Who did Jesus baptise in the Jordan River?

On the banks of the Jordan River where the Bible says Jesus was baptized, 15-foot-high reeds rustle in the wind. The site on the Jordanian side of the river looks much like the New Testament describes it when John the Baptist came to live in the wilderness, surviving on locusts and wild honey.

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Did Jesus baptize his apostles?

The implication is that Jesus first baptised his disciples (including Peter) and then the disciples began to baptise in His name. All of the Apostles were baptized, it is how the Holy Spirit is given to Christians and they are marked as being of God.

Who did Paul baptized?

Christ commands Ananias to find Saul and give him sight so that he can preach of Christ. Athenians sit and listen to the words of Paul. Saul is baptized by Ananias and called Paul.

Who baptized John?

John was baptized in the belly of Elizabeth by Gabriel himself. Hence spiritually he did not needed to be baptized, nor his 6 months newer cousin Jesus of Nazareth wouldn’t have needed.

Was Jesus baptized when he was 12?

Jesus was not baptized at the age of 12. When Jesus was 12 years old, he stayed in Jerusalem for two days and discussed knowledge with the priests. Then, at the age of 12, Jesus spoke to the teachers in the temple.

Who baptized Peter?

The implication is that Jesus first baptised his disciples (including Peter) and then the disciples began to baptise in His name. Andrew the brother of Peter was a disciple of John the Baptist Mark 1:4,5 says and John came along baptising all of Jerusalem who came.

Why did Jesus get baptized?

Why did Jesus get baptised? Jesus was God’s son, so he was sinless and there was no need for him to receive forgiveness. John tried to refuse to baptise Jesus saying that it was he, John, who should be baptised by Jesus. Christians believe Jesus was baptised so that he could become like one of us.

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Who was the first person to be baptized?

The first recorded baptism in the Bible were the people in Israel going to the Jordan River to be baptized by John the Baptist (Matthew 3:4-5). At least, that is the first group. The first person recorded in the Bible to be water baptized was Jesus of Nazareth (Matthew 3:16).

Who baptized Jesus in Luke?

The baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist is a major event in the life of Jesus which is described in three of the gospels: Matthew, Mark and Luke.

How did John baptise Jesus?

“And John went down into the water and baptized him. “And Jesus when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water; and John saw, and lo, the heavens were opened unto him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting upon Jesus.

Why did Jesus baptize with water?

Well, in Jesus’ case, heaven was about to open above the Jordan River, and the Holy Spirit was about to leave heaven and come down to get up close and personal with Jesus. So, possibly, Jesus was baptized as a sort of ceremonial washing to prepare himself for the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.

Where was Jesus before he was baptized?

He was living at home in Nazareth with Mary, his mother, earning his living as a carpenter or builder, supporting both Mary and himself. Tradition has it that Joseph had died before Jesus began his mission.

What did Jesus say about baptism?

Matthew 28:19-20 says, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.

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