Never too late! Make sure you're baptized in JESUS' name :) Acts 2:38, "Then Peter said unto them, 'repent, and be baptized everyone of you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.'" There is a scripture in Matthew that was added. It says that Jesus said to baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, but that was added and not in the original Hebrew text.
It is never too late. And that is something that your Holy Spirit helps you to know. Pray about the baptism, ask God to guide you on what to do. He will. I'm 51and was baptized in september2013. Just be sure you are ready to live in that grace, and that WWJD life! Or your not ready!
I think you should be baptized when you understand what you are fully doing. It is never to late. In Christian baptism, there are two requirements before a person is baptized: 1) the person being baptized must have trusted in Jesus Christ as Savior, and 2) the person must understand what baptism signifies. If a person knows the Lord Jesus as Savior, understands that Christian baptism is a step of obedience in publicly proclaiming his faith in Christ, and desires to be baptized, then there is no reason to prevent the believer from being baptized. According to the Bible, Christian baptism is important because it is a step of obedience-publicly declaring faith in Christ and commitment to Him-an identification with Christ-s death, burial, and resurrection. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/Christian-baptism.html#ixzz2OhOMZD9A
Everyone that was baptized in the Bible, all Hear the gospel, believed it, confess Jesus was the son of God, repented of their sins, and were baptized for the remission of their sins. If you have heard, believed, confessed, and repented then you must be baptized to be saved.
First you are not too late in getting baptized - Jesus Christ did not get baptized until age 30. By coming to John in the fall of 29 C.E. to be baptized at 30 years of age, Jesus presented himself as the Messiah right on time. (Luke 3:21,22)
One should not get baptized not unless they truly understand the commitment and responsiblity they are undertaking as a Christian. We are all accountable for our relationship with Almighty God and therefore should truly understand the essence of our commitment to him.
WHY did Jesus use the expression “born . . . from spirit” when speaking about the baptism with holy spirit? (John 3:5) When used as a figure of speech, the word “birth” means “beginning,” such as in the expression “the birth of a nation.” Hence, the term “new birth” indicates a “new beginning.” Therefore, the figures of speech “born” and “new birth” highlight that there will be a new beginning in the relationship between God and those who are baptized with holy spirit