WHAT WE BELIEVE
HOW CAN I BE SAVED?
Salvation is the free gift of God provided to man by grace through faith in Christ Jesus (Ephesians 2:8-9).
Simply believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, the One who died for your sins, and you shall be saved! The work of salvation was finished for us at the Cross; we cannot earn it nor do we deserve it. Our Lord Jesus Christ paid the ultimate price by offering Himself as the propitiation for the sins of the world (that includes yours!). By grace, God provides eternal life to whoever will simply believe in His Son. “Believe on the Lord Jesus and you will be saved…” (Acts 16:31, John 3:16)...
Once Saved, Always Saved. Eternal Security.
Believers in the Lord Jesus Christ are kept secure forever.
Once God the Father imputes His perfect righteousness to a believer at salvation, it can never be undone by anyone or anything. There is nothing you could ever do and no sin you could ever commit which would result in the loss of your salvation. God desires all believers to have personal assurance of their eternal security; this is truth that sets you free!
(JOH 10:27-30) (ROM 8:1) (ROM 8:38-39) (1CO 1:4-8) (1TH 5:23-24) (HEB 10:14)
Christ Died for All. The Unlimited Atonement.
God freely offers salvation to everyone, not merely some of us.
Through His spiritual death on the Cross, the Lord Jesus Christ accomplished the redemption of every man, woman, and child who ever was or will be born. God desires ALL men to come to a saving knowledge of the truth of the Gospel. The Lord Jesus Christ is the propitiation for the sins of the entire world. (1TI 2:3-5) (1JO 2:2) (2CO 5:19) (1PE 3:18)
Christianity is the opposite of Religion.
All religions have one thing in common;
they’re man trying to impress God and earn salvation through his human works.
On the other hand, Christianity is God seeking and saving man on the basis of what He’s done for us through his Son. God is the aggressor in establishing a relationship with man. He came down to us because we could never work our way back up to Him. Christianity recognizes that our old man can never be cleaned up, and instead teaches us how to put on the “new man” (COL 3:10) through the renewing of our minds (EPH 4:23).
Grace is undeserved favor from God.
Grace is free, limitless, unmerited blessing to helpless, undeserving sinners from the loving God who is completely satisfied by the Person and Work of the Lord Jesus Christ
(ROM 5:17-21) (EPH 1:6-7) .
Grace is God’s policy towards us and all that He is free to provide for us.
Thankfully it’s not about what we earn and certainly not what we deserve (ROM 11:6).
God’s Grace is abundant and He desires to shower us with it (EPH 2:7).
It’s our job to simply say yes and receive His highest and best.
God does all the work and we receive the benefits!
After Salvation, living the Spiritual Life.
God desires everyone to be saved and come to an intimate knowledge of Him and His plan through the consistent intake, metabolization and application of his Word (1TI 2:3-4). The spiritual life can only be learned through consistent study of the Word taught by a prepared Pastor Teacher. As the growing believer is nourished by the Word, he will grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ and live the life God has called him to. (2PE 3:18)