By now, everyone should have finished reading Gill's work on baptism. What were some of the takeaways you gleaned from it? How has it affected your view of the ordinance of baptism? I thoroughly enjoyed the final chapter. It is helpful, I think, to remember that baptism is a sign for us, one of the ordinary means of grace in our lives. Considering its ends is immensely beneficial. Here's a quote I found particularly impactful: "5. In the same passage it is said to be of this use and to serve this purpose: “The answer of a good conscience toward God.” A man who believes baptism to be an ordinance of God and submits to it as such discharges a good conscience, the consequence of which is joy and peace. Though “for” keeping the commands of God there is no reward, yet there is [a reward] “in” keeping them."