Doctrines –

The Biblical Doctrine Foundation

Setting the foundation of “sound” biblical doctrine will be one of the most important aspects of succeeding in your relationship with God! (more)

 

The Doctrine of The Trinity

The Trinity or explaining the Trinity Doctrine is a challenge to many, not only to the receiver of the message but, as well to the individual explaining the Trinity. This is partly due to the fact that we have One True God, manifesting himself in three, still being One! Confused, let me try and explain – we have the God the Father, the God the Son and the God the Holy Spirit.  The Three listed are the Trinity of God each one being individual, all three being one!  (more)

 

The Doctrine of God

Christians recognize and accept one True and Holy God! Knowledge of God is gained by studying his revelation, his Word, Prayer and experiencing him personally (John 17:3). Through these steps we have gained knowledge that God exists and has chosen to communicate with his creation by scripture and maintaining a relationship with those that Love (keep his laws) and seek him (daily read his Word)      (more)

The Doctrine of Christ

The doctrine of the person of Christ is one of the most important concerns of Christian theology. Through His Word, we have the promise that Christ is both God (Deity) and God in the flesh. As Christ, he represents God to humanity and as God – he represents humanity to God. As Christ, he is now both Lawgiver and Judge. The human family has put itself in the position of sin and Christ voluntarily accepted the role to represent us. In effect, as Judge, he has made Himself one with the guilty in order to bear our guilt (sins). He is called “Savior of the world” 1 John 4:14 “And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world.” (KJV) and as in John 1:29 “Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” (KJV)  (more)

 

The Doctrine of The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is the third person in the Trinity. He is fully God. He is eternal, omniscient, omnipresent, has a will, and can speak – He is alive, He is a person. He is not particularly visible in the Bible because His ministry is to bear witness of Jesus (John 15:26). The Holy Spirit is mentioned over 100 times in the Old Testament. In the New Testament alone there are some 261 passages that refer to the Holy Spirit. He is mentioned 56 times in the Gospels, 57 times in the book of Acts, 112 times in the Epistles of Paul, and 36 times in the remaining books of the New Testament (more)

Pastor Stephen R. Hill

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