Those of us who grew up in the church—those of us who were in the church before we born and baptized in the church have a real clear sense of what is means to experience the Spirit, and that experience is always fundamentally connected with the church. Many of us we were taught to believe that you cannot have church, outside of church, which logically means that if you want to experience anything relating the work of the Spirit then you need get yourself over the church house—otherwise is it not church, and logically speaking it is not the Spirit. There would be a processional that was led from the church to the river, and then there would be a processional that left the baptism waters and lead folk back to the church.
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