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Statement of Beliefs

DOCTRINAL BELIEFS

 

We Believe:

In one God manifest in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, co-equal and co-eternal

 

We Believe:

In the perfect humanity and the perfect Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ, His substitutionary death on the Cross His burial, His bodily resurrection, and His premillennial and second coming for the saints.

 

We Believe:

In the personality of the Holy Spirit, and the full recognition of His work in this age are reproving, convicting, sealing, baptizing, instructing, indwelling, and filling.

 

We Believe:

In the Bible as the infallible Word of God, and that, “All Scripture is given by the inspiration of God.

 

We Believe:

That Salvation is by grace through faith; it is a gift of God unmerited on our part.  That we are redeemed only through the shed blood of Jesus Christ on the Cross (Hebrews 9:22).

 

We Believe:

That all those who accepted Christ as their Savior are born again and are members of the Church, which is the body and Bride of Christ.

 

We Believe:

In eternal security of the believer, the personality of satan, he was created perfect but fallen through pride and became the originator of sin, and enemy of God, and he is the god of this world.

 

We Believe:

In the fall of man by believing satan, and his condemnation as a sinner, which includes all mankind in eternal punishment of those who reject so great a salvation, and the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

 

We Believe:

That through the saved person may have occasion to grow in knowledge of his position and power, he is as soon as he is saved absolutely complete in Christ and is in no way required by God to seek a second blessing or second work of grace.

 

We Believe:

That the saved person retains his sin nature which is not removed in this life, but that his provision is made by the Spirit for daily victory over sin and may be appropriated and is effective to those who do so.

 

We Believe:

That some gifts of the Holy Spirit such as speaking in tongues and miraculous healing have its purpose of being mentioned in scripture, but all gifts are a sovereign decision by God.

 

We Believe:

That speaking in tongues never was the necessary sign of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and that while all healing is of God, men today do not possess such gift of God.