The baptism is the only way that one enters the Church of Christ and receives the stamp that is enduring and shows that he belongs to God. The baptism is a“plantation towards eternity” (M. Athanasios pg 29,10) and “a vehicle towards the heavenly kingdom….” (M. Vasilios, pg. 31, 433). “When the child is immersed in the baptismal water by the priest during Holy Baptism, he receives the Holy Spirit without knowing it, and divine Grace dwells in him from then on.” (St. Paisios ‘Spiritual Awakening’ pg214). The Mystirion is Godsent because Christ himself got baptized and sent his Apostles after His Resurrection, to baptize saying: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” “Mat 28:19. Hence, the church baptizes each person that wants to be a member. The baptism belongs in the nonrepeated Mysteries. Also, the third dunking in the Holy Water of the baptismal font, symbolizes the three day death and Resurrection of Christ.