- Feb 15, 2017
The thief on the cross was being put to death for murder and thievery...He was identified with Barabbas which was in the same boat as the two thieves that were crucified with Jesus....No murderer hath eternal life dwelling in him.......the thief was not saved and or immersed when he went to the cross....this can be deduced from ALL ACCOUNTS in the gospels....not only is it adding to scripture to say he was immersed, it is also putting the OX BEFORE THE CART.......it is interesting to me how many will add to scriptute in order to peddle a false gospel or to support their false view!!
This is the go to for them
5 Then Jerusalem, all Judea, and all the region around the Jordan went out to him 6 and were baptized by him in the Jordan, confessing their sins.
All were baptised including the the thief on the cross.
What about the other thief?
He wasn't promised to be with Jesus at the end of the day.
But by assumption he would have been baptised.
One was saved and one not.
Why the difference?
Hmmm I'm struggling with this one😎
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