Chuck Pierce – You know, one thing about baptism, it means death to that last season, that which is buried, that which is opening up is something new. We decree that all death stay under the water in Jesus’ name. In Jesus’ name, we command death will not come up out of this water.
Keith Pierce – And, you know, never take baptism lightly, ’cause it represents so many different things. And one of the things, if you remember in the Old Testament, Naaman was asked to be baptized seven times in the Jordan. And it’s a picture of obedience where literally the disease that he was carrying had to submit to the obedient hand of God.
Chuck Pierce – Whoa! Tell it, tell it!
Keith Pierce – And right now in the name of Jesus of Nazareth, this disease has to submit to the stripes that Christ bore for you. I baptize you in the name of the Father, his only begotten Son the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.
Chuck Pierce – Wait, wait, wait, wait. Do it seven times. That was the word. That was the word of wisdom. Do it seven times. Three! Four! Five! Six! Seven! Complete!