Our beliefs

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As a church, we are committed to proclaiming Jesus Christ as He’s been revealed to us through the Bible. We want the good news of Jesus -- his miraculous birth, his sinless life, his death as the Son of God for our sins, and his resurrection -- to shape every part of our church.

 

Our church believes:

1

That the Holy Bible, completed with its 66 Scriptures, all being infallible inspiration of God, is without error, and serves as the utmost guidelines in all aspects in life and conduct of believers.

 

2

That there is only one God and in the Godhead there are three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, equal in every divine essence and glory.

 

  • Matthew 28:19

  • 2 Corinthians 13:14

  • 1 Corinthians 12:4–6

  • Ephesians 4:4–6

3

That the Lord Jesus Christ, conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, was tempted but did not sin, crucified and died on the cross for the salvation of all humankind, has risen from the dead after three days, and ascended into Heaven. He shall come again in full glory to rule and judge the world. The righteous and sinners will rise together but only the righteous will be saved while sinners shall be condemned.

  • Matthew 26:28

  • John 1:14

  • Matthew 1:18–22

  • 1 Corinthians 15:3–4, 20–22

4

That the Holy Spirit is a person, who convicts man of sin, shows salvation of Christ to the unsaved, and who guides and sanctifies believers.

  • John 14:17

  • John 16:8

  • 1 Corinthians 6:19

  • Titus 3:5-7

5

That the fall of our original parents plunged the whole human race into eternal condemnation, and that since then, all people are sinful by nature, disobeying God and befriending Satan. By themselves, they cannot be saved without help, although still permitted to turn to God by volition.

  • Romans 1:18, 3:21, 5:12-21

6

That justification is by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. By Grace, God sent His only begotten Son to the world to be crucified as an atonement for the sin of all humankind. Through faith, when a person is convicted by the Holy Spirit to confess their sin and willingly accepts Jesus Christ as their personal saviour, and commits their life to Jesus. Once saved, always saved.

  • Eph 2:8-10

  • Romans 5:6-11, 8:28-30

7

That believers should have the experience of being born again and should exercise the responsibilities of being a royal priest. Each believer also should examine the Scriptures studiously and pray to God fervently.

  • 2 Tim 2:2

  • James 5:13

  • 1 Peter 2:9-12

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That this church was established in accordance with the provisions given within the principle of church in the New Testament. It is hence referred to as a “New Testament Church”, who is a spiritual body initiated and organised by a local group of regenerated believers in a given community, Christ is worshipped as the Head, and the members is the Body, in which everyone is equal in all aspects of rights and responsibilities.

  • 1 Corinthians 10:16–17, 12:12–13

  • Ephesians 4:11–13