What We Believe

My wife and I, are
evangelical believers who believe in the present day operation of the power
of God towards those who believe, as described in the New Testament. We seek
to focus on Jesus Christ, believing Him to be truly the Son of God and the only
true Savior of mankind. We acknowledge the authority of the Scriptures as being
superior to the authority of any religious leader or church – yet we do not
claim that our current understanding of the Scripture is correct in every
point.

We believe in the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, the doctrine of the Holy Trinity and the
divinity of Jesus Christ.

We believe that spiritual beings are just as real as material entities. In
fact, the spiritual is eternal, and therefore more steadfast.

We believe that all people have a need to be saved from the works of the devil,
who operates today on the earth through a vast multitude of evil spirits. These
spirits deceive, harrass, entice, oppress and enslave people in many ways –
yet they must bow before the name of Jesus, when a true believer operates in
faith and patience against them.

We believe that Jesus Christ died on a cross to pay for our sins and the curses
associated with sin. We believe He rose again on the third day, demonstrating
the truth of His claims about His identity, His conquest over sin, death and
the devil. Through identification with Jesus Christ, we too can have a victorious
life.

We believe that forgiveness of sins comes directly from God and not through
the ministrations of a priest of any kind.

We believe that without faith it is impossible to please God, and whatever
is not of faith is sin (Hebrews 11:6; Romans 14:23)

We believe that true faith in Jesus and the gospel will result in the forgiveness
of sins for those who turn to God.

We believe that salvation is impossible without repentance – a turning from
and forsaking of sin. However, sinless perfection, even if possible, is not
a condition for acceptance with God. We are accepted by God when we truly belong
to Him.

We believe that only those who learn from and follow Jesus have the biblical
right to call themselves Christians. (Acts 11:26)

We believe in the proclamation of the Kingdom of God with signs, wonders and
miracles.

We believe that God’s will is divine
healing
and health for all who believe, until God’s appointed time for them
to die. (Exodus 15:26; Isaiah 53:4,5; Matthew 8:17; Psalm 103:1-3; Mark 16:18)

We believe that the Baptism in the Holy
Spirit
is a distinct work of grace which is not to be confused with being
"Born Again". We believe that all those who have been baptised in
the Spirit can speak in tongues, and usually do. Tongues is primarily a way
of communicating with God by the spirit.

We believe that most Christians today still need deliverance from demonic oppression.

We believe that prayer, obedience and true love for Jesus, with patient endurance,
will result in spiritual revival and awakening anywhere. We believe that God
will pour out His Spirit in unprecedented magnitude in the near future, before
the return of Christ.

We believe that Jesus Christ will return to fully bring in the Kingdom of God,
which is now only partly manifested in and through those who believe and submit
to Christ as King.

We believe that those not belonging to Jesus Christ are already deeply influenced
by Satan. Those who die, not belonging to Christ are claimed by Satan and will
suffer eternal and unbearable torments. We believe this is just, since there
is no good excuse for rejecting God, His Messiah or being indifferent to the
One who made us, who communicates to all through their consciences and to whom
we owe everything.

We believe that those belonging to Christ, upon death, will enter God’s Kingdom
and enjoy the unspeakable goodness of God forever.
 

We believe basically what is on the Statement of Faith of the Assemblies of God, which is not an exclusive denomination believing that only they are right.

For more details on what we believe, I encourage you to visit our main
teaching page
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What do YOU think?

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About Michael Fackerell

The Christian faith is about Jesus. He came to save the lost. About Jesus Christ, Bible teaching, Testimonies, Salvation, Prayer, Faith, Networking.

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  1. kimkrys1 says:

    VERY GOOD SITE! It feels good to be able to “cruise” through a site and not find one thing that seems “out of tune”! I love that I dont feel that I would have to defend my views on christianity. It feels refreshing to not feel like a straight laced overpowering old timey christian on this site. Its nice to see that some people still believe as I do and that sugar coated God is love and no one will go to hell is not here. God IS LOVE but God IS JUST..

    Just had to comment on this and its just my two cents!

  2. Very impressive site – struck a real chord. I read a lot of Smith Wigglesworth and he would agree with much of what you say about the need for unconditinal faith, and that God wants all to be well. The problem is us not Him.

    I am a Methodist Minister in the U.K. and was healed 5 years ago and anointed in the Spirit 4 years ago. My wife was healed of depression 4 years ago. We feel called to this area strongly, and now have healing services at one of my churches here which many are dubious about but others are blessed at. We have a small but faithful healing team.

    Say one for us – unbelief in the church is a real reason why more aren’t touched yet we feel called to maintain a witness and to keep trying to win everyone them over.

    God bless

    John Davies

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