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Faith and Practice

 

Our fundamental teachings are reflected in the following clear statements:

 

  • The plenary, verbal inspiration of the 66 books of the Bible, equally in all parts and without error of its origin.

 

  • The Eternal Godhead who has revealed Himself as ONE God existing in THREE persons, Father, Son, Holy Spirit; distinguishable but indivisible.

 

  • The creation, test and fall of man as recorded in Genesis; his total spiritual depravity and inability to attain to Divine Righteousness.

 

  • The Lord Jesus Christ, the Savior of man, conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary; very God and very man.

 

  • The salvation of sinners by grace, through repentance and faith in the perfect and sufficient work of the cross of Calvary by which we obtain remission of sins.

 

  • The necessity of water baptism by immersion in the name of the Eternal Godhead in order to fulfill the command of Christ.

 

  • The baptism of the Holy Spirit as an experience subsequent to salvation, with the scriptural evidence, namely, speaking in other tongues as the spirit gives utterance.

 

  • The necessity and functions of all ministries as described in Ephesians 4:11-16.

 

  • The operation of the gifts of the Holy Spirit as enumerated in I Corinthians 12:14; as manifested in the Early Church.

 

  • The Spirit-filled life; a life of separation from the world and perfecting of holiness in the fear of God as an expression of Christian faith.

 

  • The healing of the body by divine power; or divine healing in its varied aspects as practiced in the Early Church.

 

  • The Table of the Lord, commonly called communion or the Lord’s Supper for believers.

 

  • Eternal life for believers and eternal punishment for unbelievers.

 

  • The reality and personality of Satan and the eternal judgment of Satan and his angels.

 

  • Christ died for our sins; was buried and rose again on the third day and, personally, appeared to His disciples.

 

  • The bodily ascension of Jesus to heaven; His exaltation; and personal literal and bodily coming again the second time for the Church.