The Bible says that when one man is saved, his sins are removed, and he is washed in the blood of Jesus, and his name is written in the Lamb’s book of life.
This is such a huge event that everyone in heaven rejoices over it. Luke 15:10 tells us, “…There is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that repenteth.”
Recently seven soldiers got baptized at Fort Irwin in California with the help of military chaplains. News of the spontaneous baptism was shared in a Facebook post on Monday morning by the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.
When the seven soldiers expressed their desire to be baptized, the chaplains wasted no time and built the makeshift baptism tub. It was indeed a miracle how the baptisms were held and all credit must be given to the military chaplains who helped build the makeshift tub with no chapel or equipment.
Chaplains from across our brigade made it happen yesterday when seven of our Soldiers wanted to be baptized.
“With no chapel or equipment to facilitate, our chaplains came together and created a makeshift tub at the National Training Center/Fort Irwin and got the job done,” the division wrote. “A fine example of Lancers being experts at their chosen field craft!”
At press time, the Army’s post had been shared more than 30,000 times, received nearly 8,000 reactions, and had almost 1,000 comments.