.....the Holy Ghost, and with fire:" (Mt 3:12). I've read about different interpretations of what this baptism "with fire" really means. Some have written that this baptism [i.e., "immersion"] refers to what happened on the day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2. While others claim that this baptism refers to what Jesus Christ will do to those who fail to receive Him as their Savior after they die [cf. Heb 9:27, 10:27-30]. How exactly do you interpret what John the Baptist was telling his audience in Matthew 3? Could it possibly be referring to both the Acts 2 and what Hebrews 9 & 10 statements?