Should Baptist Youth have to . ..

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Apr 7, 2002.

  1. SaggyWoman

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    go through something like a Bar Mitzvah or confirmation?
     
  2. Brother Adam

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    I don't really think so. My confirmation didn't do anything for me in the Lutheran church. Then again the main focus was on how much money you were going to give to the church...err....i mean stewardship. I believe your confirmation is your baptism and then you are confirmed each day in the way you live your life.

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  3. Grace

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    No, but I would like to have a "Spiritual Birthday Party" FYI My Spiritual Birthday is this Thursday, April 11th, 2002. I will be 1. :D I will be away from the BB that day, but if any of you wish to send presents... Just kidding. (about the presents)
     
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    Speaking of Spiritual Birthday's, I will be 7 next month :D
     
  5. ResIpsaLoquitur

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    I don't think so... Jesus Christ's confirmation of me as his child is the "ceremony" I needed. Of course, one has to make his/her profession of faith in front of other believers and walk the aisle at one's church too.
     
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    I almost forgot, we also need to follow Christ's example and be baptized. This act is an act of obedience to our Lord.
     

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