A Trinitarian Salvation

Sermon audio from the sermon, “Hope in the Wilderness: Jesus’ Baptism & the Triune God,” preached during morning worship in a Communion Sunday at Little Sandy Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Deposit, Alabama.

Mark 1:1-13

Sermon outline: (1.) The Event of Jesus’ Baptism
(2.) The Trinitarian Nature of Jesus’ Baptism
(3.) The Hope we find in the Story of Jesus’ Baptism: Identification, Substitution,  Victory

“In Jesus’ baptism, as later in Christian baptism, all three persons
of the Trinity are involved. The initiative of the Father, the
vicarious work of the Son, and the glorifying, enabling power of the
Spirit are all revealed in this act.” The Reformation Study Bible

About Joseph V. (Josh) Carmichael

Board Certified Chaplain. Ordained Minister. Adjunct Professor. Writer. Husband to my dear wife. Father of six young men. (PhD, SBTS; MDiv, RTS; MBA, UA)
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