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    In the absolute necessity of being born again through faith in Christ and the working power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God, to make man worthy of the kingdom of heaven (John 3:3-8).

    In the forgiveness of sins, in the present and perfect salvation, and in the eternal justification of the soul freely received from God through faith in the sacrifice made by Jesus Christ on our behalf (Acts 10:43; Rom. 10:13; Rom. 3:24-26; Heb. 7:25; Heb 5:9).

    In biblical baptism performed by immersing the entire body at once in water, in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, as determined by the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt 28:19; Rom 6:1-6; Col 2: 12).

    In the second pre-trial round of Christ, in two distinct phases. First: invisible to the world, to snatch his faithful Church from the earth, before the great tribulation. Second: visible and bodily, with his Church glorified, to reign over the world for a thousand years (I Thess 4:16; I Cor 15:51-54; Rev 20:4; Zech 14:5; Jude 14).

    That all Christians will appear before the judgment seat of Christ, to receive the reward of their deeds in behalf of Christ's cause on earth (II Cor 5:10).

    In the coming judgment that will reward the faithful and condemn the unfaithful (Rev. 20:11-15).

    And in eternal life of joy and happiness for the faithful and of sorrow and torment for the unfaithful (Matt 25:46).

    In one God, eternally subsisting in three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Deut 6.4; Matt 28:19; Mark 12:29).  

    In the verbal inspiration of the Bible  Sacred, the only normative rule of faith for Christian life and character (II Tim 3:14-17).

    In Jesus' virgin birth, in his vicarious and atoning death, in his resurrection from the dead, and his victorious ascension into heaven (Isa. 7:14; Rom. 8:34;  Acts 1:9).

    In the sinfulness of man who deprived him of the glory of God, and that only repentance and faith in the atoning and redemptive work of Jesus Christ can restore him to God (Rom. 3:23; Acts 3:19).

    In the necessity and possibility that we have to live a holy life through the atoning and redemptive work of Jesus on Calvary, through the regenerating, inspiring and sanctifying power of the Holy Spirit, who enables us to live as faithful witnesses of the power of Christ (Heb 9 :14; Pe 1:15).

    In the biblical baptism with the Holy Spirit that is given to us by God through the intercession of Christ, with initial evidence of speaking in other tongues according to his will (Ac 1:5; Ac 2:4; Ac 10:44-46; Ac 19:1-7).

    At present, spiritual gifts by the Holy Spirit to the Church for her edification, according to her sovereign will (I Cor 12:1-12).

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