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1. At least nine out of ten Mexicans are baptised Catholics.
2. Mary Titford - who were all baptised on the Sabbath morning, June 10, and admitted in the afternoon.
3. He was not even baptised until he lay on his deathbed.
4. Walker was baptised a Presbyterian but throughout her life her religious faith grew ever broader in its outlook.
5. They returned to Marseilles and were baptised by Maximinus who became the first bishop of Aix.
6. Many Saxons were baptised and swore oaths to remain loyal, on threat of forfeiture of their lands and freedom.
7. But he did not baptise with the Holy Spirit until after his death and resurrection.
8. Their little boy was registered and baptised with the surname of his father, my son.
9. Who can baptise a person?
10. At this time she decided to become a Christian and was baptised.
11. She repeated the request about the baptism and reminded me of my promise to baptise her baby.
12. One of the hazards of the sudden death of infants was that they might be carried off before they had been baptised.
13. Enoch's raft was carried by a shoal of fish to Culross where she was baptised by St Serf.
14. A derivation of White Sunday,(http://sentencedict.com) it refers to the white garments worn by the recently baptised Christians of the early Church.
15. Others have attempted to bribe head teachers, offering to donate books, while others baptise children and send them to church every week even if they are unbelievers.
16. Strenuous yoga as featured in videos by Shiva Rea or Baron Baptise are a great way to build muscle while also gaining many other benefits such as balance, flexibility, and sense of calm.
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