Baptism is a religious ritual that some people choose to practice. Baptism is a belief that once done you start a new spiritual life. There ways to perform this ritual, which is considered sacred among the people that follow the religion of Christianity. Baptism has three processes. The first process is preparation. The second process is performing the Baptism.
The last process is the conclusion of the baptism. In order to perform a baptism, you have to prepare. The preacher has to see why the individual wants to commit their self to the Lord. Next, the individual has to inform the preacher why they want to give their self to the lord. Committing yourself to the lord is an important decision.
Once the preacher agrees that the individual is true to their self and the Lord, the preacher sets aside a date for which the person shall be baptized. Once the date is meet, the baptism proceeds. In order for a baptism to happen the individual must have on garments they won't mind getting wet. Also, the preacher gives the individual white robs as a ceremonial garment; the white garment must be worm over the person's clothing. Once the garments are in place, the pastor then performs the baptism ceremony. The pastor first gives the individual a name of a saint, which the name shall be his example and protector.
Next, the pastor dips water upon the individual's head three times. The pastor then anoints the individual on the head, this practice symbolizes true love and peace. The individual then receives a taper to mark that he become a child of God. Lastly, the conclusion of the baptism is performed. The pastor says a few words of inspiration to the individual or individuals that has been baptized. There is also a celebration to celebrate the rebirth of the newly reformed Christian.
After the baptism is performed, the church holds an evening worship. In conclusion baptism is the most celebrated tradition of the Christianity religion. There are many steps to performing a baptism. An individual must be committed to the Lord, and he / she must be true to their heart.
Even though baptism is religious ritual, it is also a popular belief that you will retain a new life a and a new beginning.