If Holy Spirit baptized can one be in the wrong doctrine like Peter (Acts 2:38;42)til Jesus brings all things to remembrance (Acts 11:15-16)?

Update:

[Paraphrasing]

Jesus said Holy Spirit baptism in Acts 1:5 but Peter said water baptism in Acts 2:38 and didn't "REMEMBER" until Acts 11:15-16.

Jesus promised in John 14:26 

"I will bring all things to your REMEMBRANCE whatsoever I've told you" which Peter FULFILLED when Jesus "brought all things to his REMEMBRANCE" in Acts 11:15-16.

Update 2:

Is that why Acts 2:42 says "They continued in the APOSTLES' doctrine" and NOT Jesus' doctrine when Jesus said "baptized with the Holy Ghost" (Acts 1:5) but Peter said "baptize with water" (Acts 2:38)?

Can a Holy Spirit baptized like Peter be in the wrong doctrine if it means FULFILLING the Word of God (John 14:26)?

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  • 4 months ago

    You know.... putting the word "If" at the front of a sentence does not make it a question. 

  • 4 months ago

    Friend, you seem unduly focused on RITUALS.   Where in the Bible does Jesus flat-out DECREE that the rituals in which one participates are more important than the   COMMANDMENT He is alleged to have cited, as reported in John 13:34 and Matthew.22 Verses 34 to 40?

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