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        Fire Baptism
A comment was left under insights on John 1:2 that said: "It's quite difficult to understand God and His ways. Read your Bible. I think it's in [Isa 55:9]. The concept of God is sometimes so complex and radical that those who are not seeking Him with faith, stumbles and fall. A being so powerful and was the One that created everything, yet most of the time we cannot feel His tangible presence. It's something like the force of gravity. We can't see it but it's there. We can choose to disregard it and believe we'll be able to stay afloat after jumping from a cliff. It's the same with [John 1:2].

Here I choose to believe that the Bible is from God and God's Word (the Bible) was already planned from the beginning. The oracles was only written down physically by men later. I found that those who has difficulty understanding this verse mostly are those that already has a barrier/problem in their walk with God. Seek God's kingdom first and focus on the priorities and discard these trivial things. I have heard cases where people just got the answers to all these trivial questions by simply asking God or after fire baptism.

Have you been baptised in fire yet?
May God bless you and show you the way."

What is meant by fire baptism? 
Thursday, August 16, 2001 10:43:34 PM   joy
      re:Fire Baptism   
Hi Joy,

Fire baptism is the same as the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

We have old prayer email archives on this. You can read them by clicking below: 
Monday, October 08, 2001 9:44:25 AM waihun
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