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We teach that there is only one living and true God (Deut. 6: 4; Isa. 45: 5-7; 1 Cor. 8: 4), the infinite, all-knowing Spirit (John 4:24), perfect in all His qualities, one in essence, existing eternally in three Persons - Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14) -

each of which equally deserves adoration and obedience.


God Father.  


We teach that God the Father, the first Person of the Trinity, commands and disposes of all things according to His own purpose  and grace (Ps 145: 8-9; 1 Corinthians 8: 6). He is the Creator of all things (Genesis 1: 1-31; Eph 3: 9). As the only absolute and all-powerful Ruler in the universe, He is sovereign in creation, providence, and redemption (Ps. 103: 19; Rom. 11:36). His paternity is related to both his role in the Trinity and his relationship to humanity. As Creator, He is the Father of all men (Eph. 4: 6), but He is the spiritual Father of believers only (Rom. 8:14; 2 Cor. 6:18). God the Father establishes  for His own glory all things are to come (Eph. 1:11).  He continually upholds, directs, and rules over all creatures and events (1 Chronicles 29:11). In His sovereignty, He does not author or approve of sin (Ha 1:13; John 8: 38-47), nor does He limit moral and moral responsibilities  intelligent creatures (1 Peter 1:17).  Before the foundation of the world God the Father graciously chose those who would be His (Eph. 1: 4-6). He saves from sin all who come to Him through Jesus Christ. He adopts as His own children all those who come to Him and become  by this adoption  A father to His own children (John 1; 12; Rom 8:15; Ga 4: 5; Heb 12: 5-9).


God the Son .


We teach that Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Trinity, has all divine qualities, and in this He is equal, consubstantial, and eternal like God the Father (John 10:30; 14: 9).


We teach that God the Father created everything according to His own will, through His Son, Jesus Christ, through whom all things continue in being and in action (John 1: 3; Colossians 1: 15-17; Hebrews 1: 2).


We teach that through incarnation (God becoming man), Christ merely relinquished the privileges of divinity, but did not limit His divine essence in any way. In His incarnation, Jesus Christ, the eternally existing second Person of the Trinity, assumed all the essential qualities of humanity and thus became God-Man (Phil. 2: 5-8; Col. 2: 9).


We teach that Jesus Christ represents in Himself humanity and divinity in indivisible unity (Mic. 5: 2; John 5:23; 14: 9-10; Col. 2: 9).


We teach that our Lord Jesus Christ was conceived of a virgin (Isa. 7:14; Matt. 1:23, 25; L. 1: 26-35); that he was God in embodiment (John 1: 1, 14); and  that the purpose of this incarnation was to reveal God, to redeem people, and to rule over God's kingdom (Ps. 2: 7-9; Isa. 9: 6; John 1:29; Phil. 2: 9-11; Heb. 7: 25-26; 1 Pet. 1: 18-19).


We teach that in His embodiment, Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Holy Trinity, gave up His right to the full privileges of coexistence with God, and assumed a kind of existence suitable for a servant, although He never deprived Himself of His divine qualities (Phil. 2: 5-8). ).


We teach that our Lord Jesus Christ accomplished our redemption by the shedding of His blood and sacrificial death on the cross, and that His death was voluntary, borne for us, vicarious, conciliatory, and redeeming (John 10:15; Rom 3: 24-25; 5: 8; 1 Peter 2:24.


We teach that on the basis of the sufficiency of our Lord Jesus Christ's death, the believer sinner is freed from the penalty of sin, from the power of sin, and one day also from the very presence of sin; and that he is declared righteous, gifted with eternal life, and accepted into God's family (Rom. 3:25; 5: 8-9, 2 Cor. 5: 14-15; 1 Pet. 2:24; 3:18).


We teach that our justification is provided by His literal, physical resurrection as well  that he ascended to heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father, where he intercedes for us as our Intercessor and High Priest (Mt 28: 6; L 24: 38-39; Acts 2: 30-31; Rom 4:25; 8:34; Heb 7 : 25; 9:24; 1 John 2: 1.


We teach that in the rising of Jesus Christ from the grave, God affirmed the divinity of His Son and proved that God had accepted Christ's substitute work on the cross. Jesus' resurrection in the flesh is also a guarantee of a future resurrection to life for all believers (John 5: 26-29; 14:19; Rom. 1: 4; 4:25; 6: 5-10; 1 Corinthians 15:20, 23).


We teach that Jesus Christ will return to receive the church that is His Body to Himself at the rapture, and by His return with His church in glory, He will establish His thousand-year kingdom on earth (Acts 1: 9-11; 1 Thess. 4: 13-18) ; Rev 20).


We teach that the Lord Jesus Christ is the One by whom God will judge all mankind (John 5: 22-23):

  • Believers (1 Corinthians 3: 10-15; 2 Corinthians 5:10)

  • earth dwellers living during his glorious return (Mt 25: 31-46)

  • dead unbelievers before the Great White Throne (Rev 20: 11-15)


As Mediator between God and man (1 Tim 2: 5), Head of His body - the church (Eph 1:22; 5:23; Col 1:18), and the coming King of the universe who will reign over David's throne (Isa. 9: 6) ; L 1: 31-33), He is the final Judge of all who have not trusted Him as Lord and Savior (Matthew 25: 14-46; Acts 17: 30-31).

God the Holy Spirit .


We teach that the Holy Spirit is a divine person, eternal, without his beginning, having all personality traits

and divinity, including intellect (1 Cor 2: 10-13), feelings (Eph 4:30), will (1 Cor 12:11), eternity (Heb 9:14), omnipresence (Ps 139: 7-10), omniscience (Isa. 40: 13-14), omnipotence (Rom. 15:13), and truthfulness (John 16:13). In all divine attributes, He is equal and consubstantial  with the Father and the Son (Matthew 28:19; Acts 5: 3-4; 28: 25-26; 1 Corinthians 12: 4-6; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Jer 31: 31-34 with Hebrews 10: 15-17).


We teach that the work of the Holy Spirit is to carry out God's will for all mankind. We recognize His sovereign action  in creation (Genesis 1: 2), incarnation (Mt 1:18), in written revelation (2 Peter 1: 20-21), and in the work of salvation (John 3: 5-7).

We teach that the work of the Holy Spirit in this era began at Pentecost, when He came from the Father as promised by Christ (John 14: 16-17; 15:26) to begin and complete the building up of the Body of Christ, which is His church ( 1 Cor. 12:13).  His divine activity extends to the extent of convincing the world of his sin, righteousness and judgment, glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ, and transforming believers into Christ's image (John 16: 7-9; Acts 1: 5; 2: 4; Romans 8:29; 2 Corinthians 3:18; Eph. 2:22.)


We teach that the Holy Spirit is a supernatural and sovereign Doer in renewal and  baptize all believers into the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:13). The Holy Spirit also dwells in them, sanctifies, instructs, enables them to serve, and seals them until the day of redemption (Rom. 8: 9; 2 Cor. 3: 6; Eph. 1:13).


We teach that the Holy Spirit is the divine Teacher who led the apostles and prophets to the full truth as they were to be described in God's revelation, i.e.  The Bible (2 Peter 1: 19-21). Every believer has the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit in him from the moment of salvation, and it is the duty of all those born of the Spirit to be filled with the Spirit (controlled by the Spirit) (John 16:13; Romans 8: 9; Eph 5:18; 1 John 2: 20, 27).


We teach that the Holy Spirit provides the Church with spiritual gifts. The Holy Spirit does not glorify Himself or His gifts in an ostentatious way, but He glorifies Christ by implementing His work of redeeming the lost and  building up believers in the most holy faith (John 16: 13-14; Acts 1: 8; 1 Corinthians 12: 4-11; 2 Corinthians 3:18).


We teach that in this regard, God the Holy Spirit is sovereign in bestowing His gifts today for the perfecting of the saints, and that speaking in tongues and performing supernatural signs in the early days of the church  was intended to identify the apostles and authenticate them as revealing divine truth, and was never intended to characterize the lives of believers (1 Corinthians 12: 4-11; 13: 8-10; 2 Corinthians 12:12; Eph. 4: 7-12; Heb. 2: 1-4).

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