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DOCTRINAL STATEMENT

DOCTRINAL STATEMENT

10.
We believe that the Scriptures
both the Old and New Testaments, as
originally written, are inerrant for they
are the Word of God. (2Tim.3:16; 2Pet.
1:19-21)

1. We believe that the Scriptures both


the Old and New Testaments, as
originally written, are inerrant for they
are the Word of God. (2Tim.3:16; 2Pet.
1:19-21)

11.
We believe that there is one
God, Creator of heaven and earth,
manifesting Himself in three persons:
the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, coeternal, co-substantial, equal in power
and glory and executing distinct and
harmonious offices in the great work
for redemption. (Ex.20:2-2;1Cor.8:6)

2. We believe that there is one God,


Creator of heaven and earth,
manifesting Himself in three persons:
the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, coeternal, co-substantial, equal in power
and glory and executing distinct and
harmonious offices in the great work
for redemption. (Ex.20:2-2;1Cor.8:6)

12.
We believe that the Holy Spirit is
God possessing all attributes of
personality and deity. (Acts 5:3-4; Eph
1:13-14)

3. We believe that the Holy Spirit is God


possessing all attributes of personality
and deity. (Acts 5:3-4; Eph 1:13-14)

13.
We believe that the Lord Jesus
Christ was conceived by the Holy Spirit
and born of Virgin Mary. He is very
God made manifest in the flesh. He
died on the cross to pay for the sins of
the world. He rose on the third day
and ascended to heaven bodily. He is
coming again personally, imminently
and premillennially to establish His
Kingdom on earth. (Heb.7:14;John
1:1;1Pet. 3:18;Acts 15:16; Matt. 1:1825;1Thess.4:16)
14.
We believe that man was
created by God in innocence and by
voluntary choice fell into sin resulting
into all men becoming sinners and
justly condemned without excuse.
(Gen. 1:27;Rom.5:12;Isa. 53:6;Rom.
3:23)
15.
We believe that the salvation of
sinners is by grace trough faith in
Christ Jesus and not of works. Then
the Holy Spirit regenerates and gives
divine nature. (Eph.2:8-9;John 10:2829;2Pet. 1:4;John 3:3-6)
16.
We believe that the Lord Supper
is the commemoration of the death of
the Lord Jesus Christ by all baptized
believers and should be preceded by
solemn self-examination.(1Cor. 11:2328)
17.
We believe that all those who
through faith are justified in the name
of the Lord Jesus Christ will spend
eternity in full enjoyment of Gods
presence and that those who refuse to
accept Gods offer of mercy will spend
eternity in everlasting punishment.
(Psa.16:11;John14:2;Matt.25:46)
18.
We believe that there is a
personal devil who is the god of this
age: the prince of the power of the air
who is full of all subtlety, who seeks
continually to frustrate the purposes of

4. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ


was conceived by the Holy Spirit and
born of Virgin Mary. He is very God
made manifest in the flesh. He died
on the cross to pay for the sins of the
world. He rose on the third day and
ascended to heaven bodily. He is
coming again personally, imminently
and premillennially to establish His
Kingdom on earth. (Heb.7:14;John
1:1;1Pet. 3:18;Acts 15:16; Matt. 1:1825;1Thess.4:16)
5. We believe that man was created by
God in innocence and by voluntary
choice fell into sin resulting into all
men becoming sinners and justly
condemned without excuse. (Gen.
1:27;Rom.5:12;Isa. 53:6;Rom. 3:23)
6. We believe that the salvation of
sinners is by grace trough faith in
Christ Jesus and not of works. Then
the Holy Spirit regenerates and gives
divine nature. (Eph.2:8-9;John 10:2829;2Pet. 1:4;John 3:3-6)
7. We believe that the Lord Supper is the
commemoration of the death of the
Lord Jesus Christ by all baptized
believers and should be preceded by
solemn self-examination.(1Cor. 11:2328)
8. We believe that all those who through
faith are justified in the name of the
Lord Jesus Christ will spend eternity in
full enjoyment of Gods presence and
that those who refuse to accept Gods
offer of mercy will spend eternity in
everlasting punishment.
(Psa.16:11;John14:2;Matt.25:46)
9. We believe that there is a personal
devil who is the god of this age: the
prince of the power of the air who is
full of all subtlety, who seeks
continually to frustrate the purposes of
God and ensnare the sons of men.
(Eph.2:2;2Cor.4:4;Rom.12:19:2Cor.