Almighty God is the Creator and Preserver of the heavens and earth (Nehemiah 9:6). He is absolutely sovereign over all, eternal, incorruptible, and the only wise God ( I Timothy 1:17). His name is YHWH (Yahweh): who is “merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth” (Exodus 34:6). He is also the God of judgement. He alone is to be the object of worship deserving glory, honor, and complete undivided devotion. He commands monotheism and condemns polytheism. “Hear, O Israel: the Lord our God is one Lord: and thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might” (Deuteronomy 6:4 and 5). Listen to a teaching called God our Father or Speaking well of God
Jesus of Nazareth is the promised seed of Genesis 3:15. He is the man all the prophets foretold regarding (Acts 3:18,21). He is that “prophet” Moses declared would come (Deuteronomy 18:15-19). He is the descendant of David, the son of God (Romans 1:3). Jesus the Christ was anointed to be the High Priest and King. He died on the cross as the sacrifice for our sins. God raised him from the dead and set him at His own right hand in the heavenlies. He will remain there until he returns as the King who will sit on the earthly throne of his Father God and rule the world on God’s behalf (Psalm 110). The resurrection of Jesus is the undeniable proof that he is the son of God (Romans 1:1-5). He is the way, truth, and life; no one comes to the Father but by him (John 14:6). He is the son of God, not God the son. Read articles concerning Jesus Christ or look at our tract called Did Jesus Think He Was God?
The holy spirit is the operational presence and power of God & Christ given to obedient disciples for the purpose of teaching, bringing to remembrance, testifying of Christ, guiding, showing things to come, strengthening, and glorifying the Lord. It will lead the faithful ones into the age to come (John 14-16). Read articles about the holy spirit or read a theological essay.
The Bible, consisting of the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures, is the inspired and authoritative revelation of God. Within it are all things that pertain to life and godliness. Through humility, meekness, and the fear of the Lord, we seek to understand the Scriptures (II Timothy 3:16; II Timothy 2:15). Look at our tract called The Bible is Not Afraid to be Tested
The Kingdom of God is the unifying theme prevalent throughout the Scriptures. It serves to draw the Bible’s diverse parts together into a complete whole. Jesus the Messiah, the prophets, and apostles all spoke regarding this coming Kingdom. When Christ returns, he will rule over the entire earth with his throne located in Jerusalem. His reign will be righteous, equitable, and absolute. This Kingdom is what Jesus had in mind when he preached the gospel saying “Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand.” (Matthew 9:35; Mark 1:14-15; Acts 1:3; 8:12; 19:8; 20:24 and 24; 28:23, 31; Matthew 24:14). Read articles concerning the Kingdom of God or look at our tract called The Kingdom is Coming…Are You Ready?
Jesus fulfilled the old covenant (given at Mount Sinai) and thereby brought it to a close (Matthew 5:17-20; Romans 10:4). He began a new covenant which will be fulfilled when he returns. Man’s responsibility to the covenant is to obey the words of our Lord recorded in the New Testament Scriptures (Hebrews 8:7-13; 10:15-39). Listen to a teaching called Overview of the Covenants
Satan is the evil one who is the god of this age (II Corinthians 4:4). He is the adversary that devours all he can, and must be steadfastly resisted (I Peter 5:8 and 9). His destiny is sealed in that, at the end of Christ’s thousand year reign, he will be cast into the Lake of Fire and will be utterly destroyed forever (Revelation 20:7-10). Listen to a teaching on the Devil or Spiritual Worldview.
Jesus was the only one absolutely resurrected from the dead. He has ascended into heaven and is at God’s right hand until his enemies are made his footstool. All the dead are asleep in the grave until the resurrections (Psalm 110, I Corinthians 15, I Thessalonians 4:13-18). Read articles about the ressurrection part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4 or look at our tract called What Happens When You Die? or see an extensive list of verses on this subject.
When Jesus returns, the resurrection of the just will take place in which all the believers who have died will be raised again. The believers who are alive at his coming will be transformed simultaneously with the resurrected ones (Matthew 24:31; I Corinthians 15:23; I Thessalonians 4:16 and 17). At this time all the believers, both living and dead, will receive new immortal bodies. He will establish the millennial Kingdom on earth (Revelations 20:1-6) and bring about the restoration of the earth which was promised by the prophets and apostles (Acts 1:6; 3:21; 26:6 and 7). Read an article called He is Coming Back
After Jesus’ thousand year reign, the unfaithful who have died will be resurrected, judged, and condemned to eternal annihilation and separation from God (Revelation 20:7-15).
Our final destination is not heaven or hell. The just will inherit the earth which eventually will be changed into Paradise (Psalm 37; Matthew 5:5; Revelation 5:10; 11:15). The unjust will be cast into the lake of fire (death and annihilation, not eternal burning), the effects of which are everlasting separation from God (Revelation 20:10-15).
The Church today is the Body of Christ with Christ as the head. Each individual is a unique member and vitally important in completing the whole. No one is above or below another. No one is of greater or lesser value. Our diversity is neither a threat nor an impetus for envy but rather magnifies our interdependency. The love of God is our unifying bond (Romans 12:1-21; I Corinthians 12:1-13:13; Ephesians 4:1-16). Listen to an audio teaching called We’re A Family
The mission of the Christian Church is to: “make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:19). Our collective ministry is to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom that reconciles humanity back to God (II Corinthians 5:18 and 19).
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