Works, Baptism, and Salvation

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This Gospel tract deals with salvation WITHOUT works or baptism of any kind.

WorksWorks, Baptism, and Salvation: There are many who say that a person must do something in order to be saved, that they must earn it. Different religions will go far as to say that yes, salvation is by grace BUT a person must do something to add to the grace.
Then there are those who claim that baptism is a means to salvation, that when a person is baptized, it is then that they are saved. According to the Bible, there is only one kind of baptism and that is by complete immersion. The so-called baptism by sprinkling does nothing but get a person wet; nowhere in the Bible is sprinkling a legitimate form of baptism.
“And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom. And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise.” {Luke 23:42-43}
Having said all, a clear and thoughtful reading of Luke 23:42-43 PROVES that neither works nor baptism have anything to do with a person being saved and going to Heaven. If we had no other verses than these, they are sufficient to prove the point. . . . . . .

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