The Everlasting Arms Minsitries | What we believe
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What we Believe In

Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics,

a large language ocean.

The Holy Bible

The entire Bible is inspired by GOD, without error and the authority on which we base our faith and conduct.

Trinity

In one God who exists in three distinct persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ

We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to this world as Saviour of the world.

The Ministries

In the five-fold ministry gifts – apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers- given to us for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry and the building up of the body of Christ.

BAPTISM IN THE HOLY SPIRIT

In the baptism in the holy spirit for all believers, with the evidence of speaking in tongues.

Healing

In Jesus the healer of the body, having won healing for us in his atoning death. All believers can claim the promise of divine healing by personal faith in Jesus Christ.

Salvation

Jesus died on the cross of Calvary and shed his blood for our sins. We believe that Salvation is found by placing our faith in what Jesus did for us on the cross of Calvary. We believe that Jesus rose from the death, sitting on the right hand of GOD and is coming again to take us with him.

The Church

We believe that the church is God’s agent that will usher in the kingdom of God on earth; Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church; Holy Spirit is our guide, and that the purpose of the church is to equip the saints for the work of the ministry and to build up the body of Christ. [Ephesians, 4:11-16; Act 6:3]

Ordinance

In the observance of the two New Testaments Ordinances, which the Lord himself instituted and they are baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Baptism symbolises the death, burial and resurrection of a believer into a newness of life and the Lord’s Supper is a reminder of his death that stirs up our faith to partake of his divine nature. [1 Corinthians, 11:17-43; Matthew 28:18-20].