Susan, a 77-year-old woman suffering from Parkinson’s, was recently baptized at London’s The Angel Church, the video of which is now viral on social media and celebrated by pastors. The video of the baptism was shared by the church on Facebook and on Twitter by Ryan Burton King, pastor at Grace Baptist Church. King informed in his post that the baptism was conducted by Regan Burton King, his brother and The Angel Church’s lead pastor. Regan reshared his brother’s tweet and wrote that Susan was once agnostic but is “now trusting Jesus as Messiah and Lord of her life” and it proves that “as surely as the devil is a liar, he is also a loser. Jesus always wins.”
The Christian Post reports:
A video of a 77-year-old woman with Parkinson’s disease being baptized at a church in London is going viral on social media. “As surely as the devil is a liar, he is also a loser,” says the pastor of the church.
The footage of the baptism of the woman, identified as Susan, at The Angel Church in London, was shared on Facebook by the church and on Twitter by Pastor Ryan Burton King of Grace Baptist Church located nearby.
The video had garnered more than 56,000 views on Twitter alone and numerous comments, as of early Saturday.
King said in his tweet that his brother, Regan Burton King, the lead pastor at The Angel Church, baptized the woman.
“It has been an excellent day, but this video of my brother @ReganBlntonKing baptizing a frail and elderly woman who is newly trusting in Christ, then picking her up and carrying her out of the baptismal pool, has made it. Blessed be the Lord!” he wrote on Twitter.
Resharing his brother’s tweet, Regan shared that Susan, who was once Jewish, Roman Catholic and agnostic, is “now trusting Jesus as Messiah and Lord of her life.”
“As surely as the devil is a liar, he is also a loser. Jesus always wins,” he wrote.
Several comments poured in on Twitter. “It’s never too late to accept Jesus into your life and your heart!” wrote a follower.
“Praise the Lord, there is rejoicing in [H]eaven… ‘Just so, I tell you, there is joy before the angels of God over one sinner who repents.’ Luke 15:10,’” reads another comment.
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