I have been
baptized 3 times in my lifetime, first when I was 10 years old,
again at 24, and again at 28.
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I'm commenting on this because it seems a little odd. I think someone
has been misleading you or deceiving you. In other words, someone
has been lying to you.
Excluding infant baptism, it is very unusually for a Christian
to be baptized more than once. Some Christians may rededicate their
lives to Christ with a second baptism, but that does not seem to
be what you are saying.
Why do I say this?
Christians are saved once. Once you've been saved, Christ will
never let you go.
"For I am convinced that neither death
nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the
future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else
in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God
that is in Jesus Christ our Lord." - Romans 8:38-39
Once you've started trusting in Christ for your salvation, you've
been adopted by God and He'll never let you go. So a second and
third baptism is not necessary.
I'd like to point out that baptism does not bring salvation. Baptism
is a symbolic way for us to publicly show our unity with Christ.
It is not a part of salvation, or required for salvation, in any
I bring this up because if you've been thinking you are a Christian,
and expecting God to give you the "benefits" of being
a Christian, but in fact you are not a Christian... then you have
no reason to expect anything from God.
I'm also concerned because what you wrote indicates you expect
wealth, health and other "benefits" as a result of being
a Christian. This is not true. It does not happen. Somebody has
been misleading you about what Christianity is. What God has said
we can expect as Christians is suffering, joy, love, peace and eternal
"But the fruit of the spirit is love,
joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness
and self-control." - Galatians 5:22