This is what the Lord says— your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: “I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go. - Isaiah 48:17 NIV

Statement of Faith


This is a list of fundamental truths, which we believe, and are revealed to us through the word of God, the Bible.

  1. The One and Only True God-Creator of all things, eternally self-existent, omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent-has revealed Himself as God the Father, God the Son (Jesus),  and God the Holy Spirit, also known as the Trinity.  God is love and He is totally good (Mat 3:16-17; Mat 28:19; Jn1:1-3; 1Jn 5:7).
  1. The Holy Bible is the inspired, in-breathed Word of God. It’s 66 books were written by holy men of God as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit of God (2 Pet 1:19-21). In it is revealed the will of God for man, for faith and conduct, and it has pre-eminence and domain over all other precepts and opinions (Deu 8:3; Josh 1:7-8; Mat 4:4).
  2. God created man good and upright, and with the gift of free will. He was made in the image and likeness of God, to enjoy blessed, glorious, and loving fellowship with Him forever (Gen 1:26-31). But man, by his own free will, rebelled against the word of God. Then man lost the glory of God, and brought sin, sickness, suffering, and death upon himself and his descendants (Gen 3).
  3. Salvation is the free gift of God’s grace bestowed upon man through His Son Jesus Christ by the merits of His sinless life, His substitution death on the cross, His shed blood, His resurrection, and His intercessory, High Priestly ministry (Jn3:16; 1Cor 15:1-4; Eph 2:8-9; Heb 7:24-25). For man to receive the benefits of this free gift of salvation, he must repent toward God for his sins and believe on Jesus Christ and confess Him as Lord (Acts 2:37-38; Rom 10:9-10). Such are assured of the forgiveness of Sins, and are “born again” as children of God (Jn1:11-13; 3:3; 1Pet 1:18-25).
  4. We, who have confessed Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour, should forthwith obey Him in water baptism (Mat 3:13-17; 28:19; Mk 16:15-16; Jn3:5; Acts 2:38), which should be by immersion and administered by a Holy Spirit-filled minister (Acts 1:8). We are then to reckon ourselves buried with Jesus Christ by baptism into His death, knowing that our old sinful nature is crucified with Him that we should no longer serve sin but walk in the new life of Christ Jesus (Rom 6:4).
  5. The baptism in the Holy spirit, an experience distinct from either the new birth or water baptism, is promised to all who believe  (Jn14:16-17;  Jn3:5; Acts 2:37-39), and is received by faith with the initial evidence of speaking in new tongues. By this anointing we become members of the “Body of Christ” (1Cor 12:13) and His various supernatural gifts enable us to function therein fruitfully (1Cor 12:4-11). By the power of the indwelling Holy Spirit, we are enabled to live an overcoming, victorious, holy life in service to God and man (Rom 8:8-16).
  6. Divine healing and health are provided for the children of God by the atoning work of Jesus Christ on the cross, where He bore our sins and our sickness (1 Pet 2:24; Isa 53:5). Divine healing was not only a major part of Jesus earthly ministry, but it is also a part of God’s inheritance for His children today (Mk 16:17-18; Jas 5:14-15; Heb 13:8).
  7. Entire sanctification for the spirit, soul, and body of man is provided for in the Gospel of Christ by the sanctifying power of the blood of Jesus Christ, the cleansing of the Word of God, and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. God is faithful to perfect His good work in those who trust and obey Him (Phil 1:6). He will make them ready to meet  the Lord Jesus at the Rapture as a glorious Church, without spot, faultless and blameless, adorned  as a bride who has made herself ready for the “marriage of the Lamb” (1Thes 5:23-24; Jude 24; Rev 19:7-9).
  8. The second coming of Jesus Christ in what we call the “rapture” is imminent (Rev 22:7, 12, 20), to which the church looks forward with a glorious hope to be caught up to His presence (1Cor 15:51-52; 1Thes 4:13-18; Rev 12:1-5). The rapture will be for those who are the “perfect in Christ,” who do the whole will of God (Mat 7:21; Lk21:34-36). Immediately after the rapture, a seven-year period will occur which Jesus called the “Great Tribulation” (Mat 24:21-24). Those Christians who are left behind after the rapture of His glorious church will enter into the Great Tribulation, when the faithful will suffer martyrdom under the Antichrist (Rev 6:11; 7:13-14; 12:15-17; 13:7-8).
  9. The kingdom of God and the blessed state of the redeemed are eternal. Jesus spoke about the “many mansions” in His Father’s house (Jn 14:1-3). John saw, after the current universe had passed away, a New Earth, a New Heaven, and a New Jerusalem, which is the bride of Christ (Rev 21:1-3; 9-10); and also Mount Zion, the highest place in heaven (Rev 14:1-5). The redeemed from all ages will dwell eternally and blissfully in those habitations. The everlasting “Lake of Fire” will be dwelling place of the devil and his angels, and also for all who reject the saving grace of God (Mat 25:41, 46; Rev 20:11-15). There is no annihilation of the eternal soul, or purgatory.
  10. All believers should minister in one form or another, for God and unto humanity. Nevertheless, God has ordained a five-fold ministry to help present every man perfect in Christ Jesus, at His coming (Eph 4:7, 11-16; Col 1:25-29; 1Cor 3:5-25). The full-time ministers in our fellowship forsake their all in this world, in order to labour for the Lord, and for His church. They serve Christ without remuneration, and trust in Him for their support (Lk 9:57-62; 14:25-33).
  11. Marriage is between one man and one woman, and is binding for life (Mat 19:3-9). No remarriage is permitted while the other partner is still living (Mat 5:32; Mk 10:11-12; Lk 16:18; Rom 7:2-3; 1Cor 7:10-11).