Jesus, who died, was buried, then rose from the dead. Check out this statement from 1 Corinthians 15:3, 4 and circle the references made to these three events in Jesus’ life. “Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and . . . He was buried, and . . . He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures.”
   Baptism was so important to Jesus that He was baptized—even though He was perfect.

   2. Read Matthew 3:13-17 and try to imagine what the scene    was like. Jot some notes on what you think the event . . .
    looked like: 

  smelled like: 

  sounded like: 

   John 3:23 says that John was baptizing people where “there was much water.” The reason “much water was needed” was because the person was put all the way under the water. As we learned, the word baptize means “to dip under.”
   Here’s what we’ve learned so far: Baptism marks a radical change in our lives. Baptism symbolizes Jesus’