Christianity is not a religion. It's a relationship. I have a personal
relationship with Jesus Christ.
He knows me. I am getting to know Him. He wants you to get to know Him too!
This is your invitation. You are invited to a grand feast, and the party
will last forever. Your decision to attend however does not have
the same durational attribute.
Want to know more? Read on.....
1) The Holy Scriptures, comprised of
Old and New Testaments, are fully and verbally inspired by God and are
therefore infallible in the original writings and completely trustworthy in
all areas in which they speak. Their central salvation message and essential
teachings are clear and accessible to all who follow the standard and
self-evident rules of literary interpretation. They are therefore the supreme,
unmediated, and final authority of faith and practice for every believer.
2) There is only one eternal,
almighty and perfect God. Within the Being of this one true God exist three
eternally distinct and coequal Persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy
Spirit. These three Persons are the one true God.
Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God,
the Second Person of the Trinity, who took upon Himself human flesh through
the miraculous conception by the Holy Spirit in the womb of the Virgin Mary.
He who is true God became true man, uniting two natures in one person forever.
Christ lived a perfect, sinless life, died on the cross as an atoning
sacrifice for our sins, rose bodily from the dead, and ascended into Heaven
where He now serves as our High Priest, our only Mediator. He will return
bodily and visibly to the earth as King of kings and will judge every human
being who has ever lived.
4) The Holy Spirit is the eternal
Third Person of the Triune God, the Regenerator and Sanctifier of the
redeemed, the Bestower of spiritual fruit and
gifts, and the abiding Advocate who empowers believers for godly living and
In Adam human beings were created
in the image of God (i.e., they share in a finite way the communicable
attributes of God, including personality, spirituality, rationality,
morality). Through the fall of Adam that image of God in humanity has been
defiled, although not eradicated. Every human being is radically corrupt and
estranged from God. Human beings are condemned by God because of their descent
into sin, both through their relationship to Adam and through individual
choice. The desperate need of humanity is forgiveness of sins and consequent
restoration of fellowship with God; yet humans remain totally unable to atone
for and restore themselves.
6) Jesusí death on the cross
provided a penal substitutiary atonement for the
sins of humanity. In salvation we are rescued from Godís wrath by His
unmerited grace alone, through faith alone, on account of Christ alone.
Those who have received the free gift of
salvation will be raised from the dead or "raptured"
(snatched up from their earthly lives) to meet Christ at His Second Coming,
and their bodies will be transformed like unto His glorious, immortal body.
They will live forever in the fellowship and Kingdom of God in a new heaven
and a new earth. Eternal, conscious punishment apart from the fellowship and
Kingdom of God (hell) is the ultimate destiny of unredeemed humanity, Satan,
and his entire angelic host.
8) The Christian church, which is
the body and bride of Christ, is composed of all persons who through saving
faith in Jesus Christ have been regenerated by the Holy Spirit. Corporately
and individually, its members strive to worship, serve, and glorify God
through prayer and praise, diligent study and application of the Scriptures,
evangelism, sanctified living, good works, and observance of the rites of
baptism and the Lordís Supper. The ultimate mission of the church is the
discipleship of all nations ó not only the saving of souls (which is primary)
but also the bringing of the gospel to bear on every aspect of life and
thought ó until the Lord returns.
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10) More simply stated?
John 3:16 -
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son , that
whosoever believeth in Him should not perish , but have eternal life"