Statement of Belief

All scripture is inspired by Yahvah (God) and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness: that the man of Yahvah may be adequate, equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17

That all of mankind has sinned, and fall short of the glory of Yahvah (God) Romans 3:23. And that the wages for sin is death, Romans 6:23. And that the Heavenly Fathers desire is to reconcile mankind back into fellowship, by us excepting His only begotten son Yahshua (Jesus), born of the virgin Mary as the supreme sacrifice, redeeming us from the consequences of sin. John 3:16

We believe that we are saved by grace through faith, Romans 2:8. And this saving faith will produce good work in accordance to scripture Ephesians 2:8-10, James 2:14-26

After we have repented of our sins and have become a new creation 2 Corinthians 5:17, we should be immersed in water for baptism and receive the Holy Spirit. Matthew 3:13-17, Acts 2:38, Matthew 3:11, Acts 1:5. The baptism of the Holy Spirit give us strength and teaches us how to live out our lives since we are a new creation Galatians 5:16-26

We believe that the scriptures were written for all of mankind for all generations Matthew 5:17-20, 24:35, and that we should be diligent not to add to or take away from the intended meanings of the inspired scriptures. Deut 4:2, Rev. 22:18-19, Ezekiel 22:26, Isaiah 5:20

The ten commandments are a written record of the perfect law of liberty, and when we walk in the spirit of that law we will produce good fruit. In the meantime we must avoid foolish questions and strivings about the law.

We believe in one Elohim (God) and one mediator between man and Elohim, who can make intercession for us. (1 Tim. 2:5)

When we become part of the bride of the Messiah we are automatically heirs of the promises that Yahvah made to Abraham many years ago. (Gal. 3:29)

We believe in the life changing power of the Messiah for physical and spiritual healing, for forgiveness of sin, and to empower His people to overcome sin.

Our use of His name is based on our understanding of Exodus 3:15 , Isaiah 42:8 and the several thousand additional times His name occurs in the original writings. “Yahvah” is our understanding of the best transliteration of the Divine Name which consists of the four Hebrew letters commonly called the Tetragrammaton.