The Westminster Larger Catechism asks (Q. 167), “How is our Baptism to be improved by us?”—or, to put it in more modern language, how do we make good use of our baptism? The Catechism answers, in part, “The needful and much neglected duty of improving our Baptism, is to be performed by us all our life long […] by drawing strength from the death and resurrection of Christ, into whom we are baptized.” I’d like to suggest that we can also draw strength from the baptism of Christ, which gives a vivid picture of our Savior’s identity and work, as well as our identity in him. The account…
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