The expression “in Christ” is at the  very heart of Christianity and yet a  phenomenal blinding has overcome  many teachers of the Bible who  give nothing to their students on its  great truth. This expression or its  equivalent is used no less than 169  times (according to John McKay).  Being in Christ is a new life given  to those once dead in sin. At the  point of entering Him, they receive  the Holy Spirit, the forgiveness of  sins, all spiritual blessings (Eph 1:3;  Ac 2:38) … but out of Christ there  is no hope, only remorse, spiritual  death and condemnation.

57 commentaries have been examined  and not one was found that had a  single reference to the all-important  question of “How can a person enter  the state of being IN CHRIST?”  Read Romans 6:3, Gal 3:27 and  I Cor 12:13, 2 Cor 5:17). Being  “baptized into Christ” is the one act  (immersion in water, not prayer or  faith) that can bring a believer INTO  CHRIST.

I will gladly assist you in your  obedience if you will but repent and  confess your faith. “Today is the day  of salvation!” (2 Cor 6:2)