†† We believe that the Bible is the divinely inspired word of God and is good for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16).
†† There is but only one true God and He is omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient (Deuteronomy 6:4).
†† Jesus is the son of God and our messiah. He is not equal to God nor is he God (Matthew 3:17; 16:16; John 20:17).
†† The Holy Spirit is the power of God that we receive to help us and to comfort us as we live our lives according to the word of God (John 14:16, 26).
†† Sin entered into our world when Adam a perfectly created human with free will chose to disobey God by partaking of the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil which he was commanded not to eat from (Genesis 2:16,17; 3:1-6).
†† With the fall of mankind God put in motion a plan of redemption for those that would turn over their lives to Him. Though many turn their backs on God or straight out refuse Him, He still desires not to see any perish, but to save all those that are willing, God sent His son as the atonement for sin and to make it possible for us to be redeemed (Isaiah 53:3-5, 12; Luke 1:67-79; 2Peter 3:9).
†† The Body of Christ or Church as Christians like to call it is not some named organization that has slapped on Jesusís or Godís name to it. The Church is the sum of all the believers around the world that have committed their lives to God and follow His Sonís example.
†† Prayer and fasting are very important aspects of our walk with the Lord.† It also helps our relationship to grow and strengthen with God. Prayer and fasting is also a spiritual weapon to be used against Satan and his demons (Matthew 17:21; James 5:14-16).
†† The Ten Commandments are not a thing of the past that we should dismiss, but should be to us a treasure given from God to spare us suffering. They were written in stone to show that they are meant to last nor change as many have tried to change or excuse them away, or pull the grace card to make them irrelevant by our own reasoning (Exodus 31:18).
†† The Sabbath Day which the Lord Himself sanctified is Saturday. Though the world has tried to change the 4th Commandment, it is the only day that God had blessed and sanctified (Genesis 2:3).
†† As God commanded Adam not to eat from a particular tree and later commanded His people not to eat particular animals, so we choose to obey what God has asked of us, than to rebel as Adam had done (Leviticus 11:1-47).