An Ethiopian eunuch, reading the prophet Isaiah stops his chariot and asks Philip to reveal the man they are speaking of in Isaiah 53. Philip tells the eunuch that the man spoken of in that prophecy is Jesus. Upon discussing Christ further, the Ethiopian eunuch shows interest in being baptized, and so Philip baptizes him. Baptism was commanded by Jesus to serve as a symbol to show (and thus profess by action) that you believe that He died, was buried, and rose from the dead. In one of two messages on the subject of baptism, Pastor Troy Billow explains why it is important for believers to be baptized, as Living Faith Church prepares for Baptism Sunday, in which congregants who want to be baptized, will.