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Statement of Faith




We believe that God is One and that HE: perpetually exist in three personalities: Father, Son and Holy Ghost. The Father is Spirit; the Son is the Word (that became flesh); and the Holy Ghost is our teacher (comforter).  (Genesis 1: 1 Daniel 9: 25-27 Matthew 28: 19 John 1: 1, 14, 18, 51  ICorinthians 2: 13 Hebrews 1: 8)


We believe that GOD created the angels before He created the Universe. The angels were  sinless, spiritual, holy beings, created to reside before the throne of GOD, from where they are sent out as ministering spirits, to minister to those who shall be heirs of salvation.  (Matthew 1: 20-25 Luke 15: 10 Hebrews 1:14 Jude 9 Revelation 5: 2; 7: 11)   

Fallen Angels:

We believe that “Lucifer, son of the morning,” was the highest ranking angel in heaven, until: out of pride he rebelled against GOD, and, he influenced one third of the other angels to follow him. This fallen angel is the originator of sin (evil),  he said: “I will be like the most High;”  Satan and the demons who fell with him will be punished in the end; some of the fallen angels are already in everlasting chains under darkness (until the judgment of the great day).  (Isaiah 14: 12-17 Ezekiel 28: 11-19 (A lamentation to the king of Tyrus; this is one of the (few) scriptures that gives the origin of the Devil and of evil ) Luke 8: 30 ITimothy 3: 6  IIPeter 2: 4 Jude 6 Revelation 20: 1-3)   


We believe that GOD made heaven and earth, and everything in it out of nothing; GOD said: “Let there be,” and it was so.  He created the herbs, the animals, and every living creature on the face of the earth; then GOD created the man Adam, out of the dust of the ground; GOD breathed the breath of life into the mans nostrils, He then gave him dominion over everything in the earth.  (Genesis 1 & 2 Malachi 2: 10 John 1: 3 Hebrews 11: 3)


We believe that man was created in the image and after the likeness of GOD; man was created to live forever in Holy Communion and obedience to GOD.  (Genesis 1: 26-31 Matthew 19: 4 Romans 8: 29 ICorinthians 15: 21, 47 Colossians 3: 10, 24 Titus 3: 7 Revelation 21 & 22)

God’s Covenant with Adam:

We believe that God made a covenant with the first man Adam; GOD told the man that he could eat from any of the trees in the garden, with the exception of one, the ‘tree of the knowledge of good and evil,’ ‘for the day that you eat of it you shall surely die’ God said.  (Genesis 2: 9, 16, 17; 3: 5)

The Broken Covenant:

We believe that the first man Adam broke God’s covenant with him, when he ate from the forbidden tree.  (Genesis 3: 5, 22-24 Romans 5: 12)

Paradise Lost:

We believe that eternal life (with God)  was lost to man when Adam disobeyed God, by eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil; death entered the world, and Adam and his wife Eve were cast out of the garden; the couple had to go outside of God’s presence. (Genesis 3: 24 Luke 23: 43 John 14: 6 Revelation 2: 7)

God’s plan of restoration:

We believe that God began His plan of restoration (sanctification),  before expelling the couple from the garden, when He said to the serpent  (Satan),  “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise His heel.” Genesis 3: 15.  (Isaiah 53 Romans 8 IIThessalonians 2: 13; 3: 3)

God’s (Unconditional) Promise to Abraham (the Hebrew) and his seed:

We believe that Abraham’s seed is two-fold; first natural, and then spiritual, God promised Abraham that he would become the Father of a great nation, that nation is Israel, (three hundred thousand square miles of land);  and, Christ Jesus became the spiritual seed of Abraham, therefore whoever is ‘in Christ’ is Abraham’s (spiritual) seed.  (Genesis 12: 1-8; 15: 18-21 Deuteronomy 30 Romans 4: 16-18)

God’s Chosen:

We believe that Abraham’s (natural)  seed (Jacob’s sons),  were chosen by God to be an illustration for all nations. God changed Jacob’s name to Israel, and his son’s became the twelve tribes of Israel. God assigned a portion of the land to each of Jacob’s sons; that promise is everlasting.  (Genesis 32: 27, 28; 46: 8-34 Psalms 14: 7 Isaiah 4 Jeremiah 23: 7, 8 Zechariah 2: 8-10 IITimothy 2: 10 Revelation 7: 1-8)

Virgin Birth:

We believe that man is born into sin because of the first man Adam, and that animal sacrifices only covered (kasah),  our sin, it did not take it away, we needed a redeemer, once and for all, so God sent His Only Son  (the Word),  to take away the sin of the world.  Christ Jesus, was born of a virgin (Mary) He was conceived by the Holy Ghost; because Jesus’ father is God, He was not born with a sin nature (He was not conceived from the seed of a man).   (Genesis 3: 15 Isaiah 7: 14; 9: 6, 7 Matthew 1: 18-25 Luke 2: 11, 12 John 1: 14 Hebrews 2: 16)

Death burial and resurrection of Christ:

We believe that the Word became flesh (God incarnate);  Jesus was therefore qualified to be the sin sacrifice for all mankind, for God said: ‘the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life,’ Jesus died in our place, and He rose from the dead in three days,  death had no hold on Christ Jesus, because He was without sin, Praise God! He is our redeemer.  (Isaiah 53: 7-12 Matthew 27: 57-60 John 2: 19 Luke 4: 20 Acts 8: 32 Romans 5: 6-21 ICorinthians 15: 20-23 Ephesians 1: 20 ITimothy 2: 5, 6 Hebrews 13: 12)

The Great Commission:

We believe that Christ Jesus commissioned His Apostles to go out into all the world and preach/teach the Gospel, and that all (true) believers are commissioned to spread the good news, that salvation is a free gift to all who believe that Jesus is the Son of God, and that He became one of us, through His virgin birth, He came here to die for our sins, so that we might have the eternal life that was God’s predetermined plan for all mankind.  (Isaiah 61: 1 Matthew 28: 18-20 Acts 2 ICorinthians 4 IITimothy 4:2)


We believe that salvation is free to anyone who believes that Jesus is the Son of God, and that He was born of a virgin, and He died on the cross for the sin of any one who asks to be saved.  (Accept Christ and the Holy Spirit will teach you the rest.)  (Psalms 3:8 Isaiah 25: 8, 9; 43: 11 John 3: 16, 17, 36 Romans 3: 23-30; 5:15-21; 10: 9 Ephesians 1: 11; 2: 5, 6 IIThessalonians 2:13 IITimothy 1: 9 Titus 3: 5-15 Revelation 3: 20)

The Rapture:

We believe that one day Christ Jesus will appear in the clouds to call out His bride (His Church),  to meet Him in the air. One day, all those who are in Christ, both the dead and the living will be changed into new immortal bodies; we will be ‘caught up’ to heaven for our wedding Day.  (ICorinthians 15: 23, 52 IThessalonians 4: 16-18; 5: 4-28 (we are “of” the day, we won’t be here when night fall) IIThessalonians 2: 1-6 Revelation 3: 21, 22)

The Judgment Seat of Christ – Rewards:

We believe that heaven is the gift of God, and that we will be rewarded according to the works that we performed in our mortal bodies (here on earth).  (Romans 14: 10 IICorinthians 5: 10)        

The Seven Years of Tribulation:

We believe that those who did not believe and accept Christ Jesus, will be ‘left behind’ there will be seven years (a week of years),  of trouble; the likes of has never been seen before.  [Armageddon Rev 16: 16] (Isaiah 54 Jeremiah 30: 7 Daniel 9: 27 Matthew 24: 15-21 Romans 2: 8, 9 IThessalonians 5: 1-3, 7 Revelation 9: 11; 11: 1-3; 12: 12, 14; 14: 3)

(At the end of the ‘Great Tribulation)
Revelation 16: 15-21;
17: 14; 19: 11-21.

The Return of Christ Jesus:

We believe that after hearing the cries of His chosen people (the Jews), Christ Jesus (their Messiah), will return to earth with a vengeance, to judge those who harmed them and to rule and reign over the earth.  (Zechariah 12: 9-14; 14: 5 Matthew 24: 30, 31, 36-43 IIThessalonians 2: 8 Revelation 1: 7; 19: 11-21)

Satan bound for 1000 years:

We believe that, that old dragon, Satan the devil, will be bounded, sealed and thrown into the bottomless pit, until the thousand years are completed.  (Revelation 20: 1-3)

The Tribulation Martyred, and the Old Testament Saints:

We believe that in that day, those who accepts Christ and are martyred (during the great tribulation),  along with the Old Testament saints, will rise from the dead, and enter into the millennial kingdom. (Job 19: 25-29 ICorinthians 15: 13 Revelation 20: 4)

Those who make it through the Tribulation, and accepts Christ:

We believe that these are the ones who will see Christ (with His angels and His bride) return to earth in glory; they will bow down, and confess that Christ Jesus is Lord. These people will live in peace and harmony on earth for 1000 years.  (Revelation 1: 7; 14: 7- 14) [Don’t take the mark of the beast]

The Millennium:

We believe that there will be one thousand years of peace here on earth. Christ will rule and reign over David’s throne in Jerusalem.  (Job 19: 25-29 Revelation 5: 10; 20: 4, 6)

Satan released from bondage for a short time:

We believe that at the end of the one thousand years Satan will be loosed for a short time; during that short time he will manage to deceive some people into following him (again), even with Christ Himself, on earth. Some people will refuse to ‘believe.’ [Satan’s last rebellion]  (Revelation 20: 7-9)

Satan’s End:

We believe that Satan will (at last) be thrown into the lake of fire and brimstone, along with the beast, and the false prophet, they will be tormented day and night throughout eternity.  (Hebrews 2: 14 Revelation 20: 10)

The Great White throne:

We believe that the dead, great and small; anyone who died through out history, who did not accept God’s mercy will be judged according to their deeds, “And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.”  ICorinthians 15: 26.  (Psalms 9: 17 Revelation 20: 11-15)

New heaven and New earth

We believe that after all these things, old things will pass away and all things will become new; there will be eternal peace in heaven and on earth.  The New Jerusalem will come down out of heaven; it will be a little higher than the New Earth...the earth dweller will have to come up to the New Jerusalem in order to worship the LORD.  [Let the Church and the Saints say yes!]  (Isaiah 66: 22 Daniel 7: 13, 14 Revelation 21 & 22)

IITimothy 3: 16 “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:” 


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Words Spoken by God in Color: Kindle Version

Words Spoken by God in Color

The Torah-The Pentateuch

Part one of four 


In the New Testament the Words spoken by Christ Jesus (Yeshua), in many Bible versions are red lettered.  Now! We have the Words spoken by God in the Old Testament, printed in COLOR. All of the words spoken out of the mouth of God are typed in color.

(The red letter Bible was first printed in 1900 copyrights (c) 1899.)

This kindle Version of the Old Testament KJB is color lettered.

When God “speaks,” the words reveal His glory. His voice brightens the pages of the Tanakh/Old Testament; when He (YHWH)  ‘speaks,’ He is identified as: “God,” the “LORD,” the “LORD God,” “the angel of the LORD,” “Lord GOD,” and “the angel of God.”   HE is: the “I AM!”

The Torah (the five books of the law) was originally written in one volume; it is both historical and legislative. It covers the history of the formation of a great nation (Israel). The names of the “five” books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, were adopted from the Hebrew to Greek translated Bible called: the “Pentateuch.” The titles of these books are from the first verse of each book. -Continue reading »

Questions & Answers: The Book of Nehemiah

The Nehemiah Project 001 will start in June of 2014. It's purpose is based on the book of Nehemiah. The questions and answers pertaining to the book, gives the reason why this man is our role model.



The Book of Nehemiah: based on scripture only

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Who Did Noah Curse?

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Boaz and Ruth: the Story of Love and Redemption


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Grape Picker's Wanted!

Mr. Goodman went into town and gathered workers for his vineyard.  He found many people who were inactive (just hanging around doing nothing).  He promised to pay them $100.00 for: a day’s work (6am-6pm). 

The workers arrived promptly at 6am and began to labor.  As they toiled in the field, Mr. Goodman went out to seek more help (it was around 9am).  He found people standing around, so he told them to go into his field, and he would pay them ‘whatever was right.’  They joined the others in the vineyard.  He went out again at noon and did the same thing.  At 3 o’clock he hired even more people, with the same agreement (to pay them ‘whatever was right’).  The day was going well.  Around 5pm, Mr. Goodman saw that there were [still] others not doing anything, and so he sent them to his vineyard; and promised to pay them, ‘whatever was fair.’        

At six o’clock the hoot blew and Mr. Goodman told his foreman to pay the workers: in reverse order of their arrival.  As they passed through the gate, the foreman (as instructed by Mr. Goodman) handed each of them a one hundred dollar bill.  That was great! What a delightful story [you would think] but, no! 

The initial workforce didn’t appreciate the fact that they had worked for twelve hours and received the same wage as those who were hired [intermittently] during the course of the day. They started to bicker amongst themselves; Mr. Goodman was annoyed with the preliminary workforce, because of their greediness.  Did they have a right to be disappointed; after all, they received what had been promised to them! 

Those who arrived, at 9, 12, 3 and 5 o’clock had no idea [what] their pay would be, and yet they accepted the job.  They put their remuneration in the hands of the vineyard owner, and it proved to be a sensible decision. 

There are many people [today], who would be willing to work in the vineyard if only they knew what to do with the harvest after it has been gathered.  And then there are those who think that only a preacher should gather harvest.  Others have been taught that salvation will be handed to [a select group of people] on a silver platter, so [in their minds] it would be a waste of time to get busy.  They don’t think anything about being idle.  After all they go to church and they say their prayers at night.

When Christ Jesus said: “whosoever will,” He really meant it. 

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