Visiting comets don’t come around very often, particular ones on their first trek through the inner solar system. The chance to study pristine materials believed to date back from the formation of the solar system is one reason why scientists and armchair astronomers alike are eagerly awaiting Comet ISON. The celestial guest, which likely originated in the Oort cloud located about 50,000 times farther away from the sun than Earth, is due to make a close flyby of the sun on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28.
Commentary by: Gordon King
Hello folks, I pray that all are well and under the guidance and protection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen
I recently received a comment on my “Get Saved” page. The reader believes that in order to be saved one must be both baptized in water and the holy spirit. There seems to be a lot of confusion among believers regarding this issue. I have responded to this individual with some interesting points which I believe prove that we absolutely do not need to be baptized in physical water to be born again. Being baptized in physical water is an act of faith and obedience to God after one is already saved. Amen
I will post this persons comment along with my follow-up comments. I will leave out the persons name for anonymity. I pray that this helps many believers understand just what Jesus said about our salvation. I also pray that this may be a blessing to you.