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That God is the Eternal King, pre-existent Creator of the heavens and the earth. He is an unchanging Spirit, perfect in holiness, wisdom, goodness, justice, power, and love. He is one God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit, equal in essence, power and glory. That the kingdom of God is eternal. From his throne God created, maintains, and governs all that exists. That God created human beings in his image and likeness, male and female, to maintain a relationship with Him and to rule over the earth. That under the temptation of satan the original human beings fell from the grace of God when they disobeyed him, bringing sin, disease and the judgment of death to the human race. That, through the original sin of Adam and Eve, satan and his host of evil obtained power over the creation on earth. That creation now experiences the consequences and effects of the original sin of the human being. Human beings are born in sin, subject to the judgment of death, and caustics of satan's kingdom: a kingdom of darkness. That God never abandoned his dominion on earth, maintaining himself by his Divine Providence. In order to bring redemption to humanity and restoration to the earth, God establishes covenants by which he revealed his grace to a sinful humanity. That, through his covenant with Abraham and his offspring, God promised freedom from the slavery of sin and blessing to the nations. That, once the fullness of time had arrived, God honored his covenants and promises of salvation by sending his Son to redeem those who were under the law of sin and death, so that they received adoption like sons. That the Eternal Fig of him, true God, in his incarnation called Jesus, was conceived by the Holy Spirit and was born of the Virgin Mary. He is true God and true Man in one person. Although he never sinned, he gave his life on Calvary's cross as a substitutionary sacrifice for the sins of mankind and rose again on the third day. That Christ defeated sin and death and defeated saints and their hosts of wickedness. He ascended into heaven where he sits at the right hand of God the Father and reigns over the universe. That the Holy Spirit is God, who proceeds from the Father and the Fig and that together with God the Father and God the Fig is adored and glorified. That from the day of Pentecost the Holy Spirit was and is poured out on believers, fulfilling the promise that they will receive power to be witnesses, thus baptizing believers into His own being and releasing His gifts in them. ------------- We believe... In the filling and empowerment of the Holy Spirit, in his present ministry, in his gifts, fruit, and power, as well as in His fullness manifested in the life of every believer. In the priesthood of every believer. That the Bible is the work of the Holy Spirit, who inspired human authors to write it; infallible in its essence. We accept the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments as our final and absolute authority on matters of the de and practice of the Christian life. That the system of this world is under the power of satan, who manipulates it to enslave humanity. That all human beings are sinners by nature and consequently are separated from God and under his judgment. That the acceptance of the Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom, what it means to believe in the Person and work of Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit, is the only way by which God justifies, regenerates, adopts and sanctifies all those who repent of their sins. sins and trust in Jesus as Savior and Lord. In one Church, holy and universal. All those who repent of their sins confess that Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit, is the only way by which God justifies, regenerates, adopts, and sanctifies all those who repent of their sins and trust in Jesus as Savior and Lord. . In one Church, holy and universal. All those who repent of their sins, confess that Jesus Christ is their Lord and Savior and live by faith in obedience to Him, form the Body of Christ, of which He is the Head and His disciples, the members. In water baptism, which we practice by immersion and in the celebration of the Lord's Supper by believers. In the manifestation and extension of the Kingdom of God over all creation. That Jesus will come back to earth, as he promised him. In the resurrection of the dead, the followers of Jesus for eternal life and the others for condensation. That once all of creation has been placed under the dominion of Jesus, He Himself will hand over everything to the Father so that He may be all in all. He will reign over a new heaven and a new earth in which he will be worshiped forever.

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