Baptisms for Dead Defies Biblical Salvation

30 May

1 Corinthians 15:29 “Else what shall they do which are baptized for the dead, if the dead rise not at all? why are they then baptized for the dead?”

Our post today is to request prayer for a Mormon who believes people could have a change of mind about the gospel after death. A friend of Life After responded to our Facebook post on 5/29/2018, and shared the info listed below. You can read the article he responded to (Witnessing Tip No Second Chances), at link provided.

I’ve always been a staunch believer that by sharing quick biblical truths with a Mormon will build the road for them to find salvation. Inundating them with boatloads of info can be overwhelming, and the simplicity of God’s message can be lost in the fray. Sharing small truths gives them something to think about in their alone time, and at some point they’ll either accept, or reject God’s free gift of salvation.

Today, please take a moment to pray for this dear Mormon our Christian friend is dialoguing with, won’t you? Thanks, and God bless!

I’ve taken the liberty to dissect the FB post a bit for the sake of clarity ~

“I have actually been in a discussion for the last day with a member of this church concerning Hebrew 9:27 and their never ending belief for BfD. [Baptism for the Dead] In which I want to share the response that was received.

Quote: I personally believe that those who reject Baptism in this life may also reject it in the next life because they take their attitude and belief with them ..But (Now check this out) ..when people in this world can experience a change of Heart and repent. So why is it not possible in the next life considering they now know??

In which is it not interesting how this poor soul has been taught? They seem to want to dismiss what is plainly shown in Hebrews 9:27 and to these very words also. TODAY IS THE DAY FOR Salvation. Then comes the judgment.”

No Second Chances

With Love in Christ;

Michelle

1 Cor. 1:18

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