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Statements of our faith

We affirm our faith rests in the absolute authority of Scripture inspired by God are our only source of doctrine and Christian life. (2 Tim. 3:16; 2 Pet. 1:21)

We affirm that the Scriptures call us to fight for the faith once given to the Saints. This faith is healthy by their source and their scope, and it is the duty of the Church hold it and defends it. We must do so with unwavering vehemence on the essentials and be very open to discuss side issues to it. (Jud. 3; 1 Tim. 3: 15)

We affirm that the Scriptures should be correctly interpreted according to basic hermeneutic principles that include knowledge of the socio-cultural environment of the original recipients, as well as the immediate context of the passages. Any update of the sense of the Scriptures, whether by typology, analogy or symbolism, allegory, must respect and be in accordance with the general education of all scriptures, acknowledging that they have been revealed progressively reaching compliance and fulfillment in Jesus Christ and hence in the written novotestamentaries. Holy Scripture are divinely inspired, inerrant and infallible but not so its interpretation. (Heb. 1:1-2; Tit. 2:1; 2 Pet. 1:19-21)

We affirm that God’s sovereignty includes your domain, Supreme authority, and that he may decide to do what you want and when you want, allowing everything that advance their eternal plans and is not contrary to its nature, which cannot manipulate you with requirements, gifts, prayers or conditions as much as we try. (Acts 4:24; 1 Tim. 3:13-16; Jud. 4; Psa. 115:3; Psa. 135:6; John 5:30; John 6:38)

We affirm that the grace of God, is God’s unmerited favor toward humanity, and is the source of our salvation and all its blessings. (Eph. 2:8; Tit. 2:11; Rom. 3:4; Acts 15:11)

We affirm that salvation is a gift of God for the human being which becomes effective when the person repents putting their faith in Jesus Christ. Salvation is given by grace without that mediate work of humans that the sacrifice of Jesus Christ is sufficient to atone for our sins. Therefore salvation and its benefits not be marketable because Christ paid once and for all for us. (John 3:16; Eph. 2:8-9; Rom. 1:16; Heb. 10:12)

We affirm that the justification, regeneration, adoption, initial sanctification, the fullness of the Holy Spirit and the glorification that allows us to live in newness of life under the care and loving provision of the heavenly father spilling over into us divine healing, comprehensive prosperity and the protection of the enemies we receive as a result of our salvation by the grace of God, within an environment of faith, love and constant obedience as believers. (Rom. 5:1; 1 Cor. 1:29)

We affirm that the prayer is the means by which we can communicate directly with God. Prayer shows our dependence on God as his children through his you can exalt and praise, give gratitude and intercede for the needs of our fellow human beings and their own. We are convinced that we must be praying at all times; the prayer of faith will save the sick; that God hears the prayer of the righteous and that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us, and if we know that he hear us in anything that we ask, we know that we have the requests we have made him. (Eph. 6:18; Fil. 4:6; Jam. 5:15; Prov. 15:29; 1 John 5:14-15)

We affirm that the offerings will be a demonstration of a grateful heart that recognizes that everything you have comes from the hand of God. The offerings must be submitted to God voluntarily and used for the advancement of his Kingdom. Offerings should not be used as a means to buy favors from God or to want to enrich themselves with them. Every believer is a steward of what God gives and will have to give account for that reason. (Psa. 145: 16; Eph. 1:3; Gen. 4:4; Psa. 96:8; Prov. 3:9)

We affirm that when there are differences among us must proceed in accordance with that established by our Lord Jesus Christ in Matthew 18: 15-20 and thus avoid bringing our disagreements to those who do not share our faith. We must forgive us mutually as well as God forgave us in Christ. We cannot be Ministers of reconciliation but show reconciliation among us. (1 Cor. 6: 1-7; Eph. 4:32; 2 Cor. 5:18-19)

We affirm that God’s purpose is that the Church is visibly united in truth, since all Christians hail from a single seed, by which all peoples in one body through the cross have reconciled. Our unit is nourished by the diversity and must not be identified with uniformity. We are brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ, and members of the family of God. We have a God and father of all, a common mind is the mind of Christ and we are guided by the spirit, built for abode of God in the spirit. (Eph. 4:13; Gal. 3:16; Eph. 2:16; 1 Cor. 12:4-31; Eph. 4:4; Fil. 2:5; Eph. 2:22)

We recognize that the Lord still kicking up men and women with ministries and spiritual gifts for edification of the Church and we do well to hear the voice of the serfs and servants of God, but all prophecy must be judged, as well as the nature and result of the Prophet. In addition, there is a danger of use or invoke the name or the authority of the Lord with lightness and lightness (1 Cor. 11:29; 1 The. 5:20-21).

We recognize that forces hostile to the Kingdom of God and the devil try to us to maintain in discussions and internal disagreements which distract us from work on the effective fulfillment of our mission, which includes the proclamation of the Kingdom of God, committed discipleship, the involvement of all believers in fulfilling the task given by God, the integral growth, the redemption joyful celebration and the release of all the shackles. (Eph. 6:12; 1 Cor. 3:3; Eph. 4: 11-16; Col. 1:13-14)

We recognize that in the context of postmodernism in which we live, the forms of popular religiosity induce the human being to the religious syncretism, the relativization of truth and the pursuit of immediate success without moral considerations, our Christian message must remain biblical and premarital, emphasizing in all the activities and practices of the Church promote the integral development of the believers as disciples committed to Jesus Christ with the local church, the unity of the Church and the nation in which we are immersed, avoiding all possible religious manipulation forms, including religious mercantilism and the exaltation of the religious leaders instead of the Prince of the shepherds. (2 Cor. 4:2; 2:17; 1 Pet. 5:2-4)

We believe in one God eternally existing in three persons: father, son, Holy Spirit, creator of all things both visible and invisible, and creator of the human being, through his love, wisdom, Word and power. (Gen. 1:1; Deu.. 6:4; Isa. 44:6; John 1:1; Mat. 28: 19; II Cor. 13:14; Heb. 1:8-10)

We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ and in his actual incarnation through the virginal conception of Mary by the Holy Spirit. (John 1:1; Heb. 1:8-10; John 5:20; Mat. 1:18-25; 1 John. 4:2-3)

We believe in the work of our Lord Jesus Christ, his life without sin, his example, his teaching and his miracles. We believe that their sufferings, death on the cross, shedding his precious blood and his bodily resurrection, were absolutely necessary for the salvation of human beings, by which God has established it as the sole and sufficient means of redemption available to mankind (Isa. 52:13-53; Mat. 1:21; 26:28; Luk. 11:46; Acts 3:13-15; 4:12; I Tim. 1:15; 2:5; 3:16; Heb. 7:22-28; 9:28; 1:3; Rom. 8:34; Acts 1:11; Rev.. 22:12)

We believe that our Lord Jesus Christ will return in physical and visible shape with power and great glory, pluck his faithful people, and with all the powers as Lord will consume His Kingdom, although he has hinted of his unmistakable coming because every eye will see him. It is Second Advent of our Lord is the ultimate hope of the people of God. (Mat. 24:29-44; Acts 1:9-11; 1 Cor. 15:23-28; 1 The. 4:13-18; Heb. 9:27-28; Rev.1:7; 22:12-20)

We believe in the Holy Spirit, vicar of our Lord Jesus Christ, in his regenerative and insightful man, enabling him to serve God, the Church and others. (John 15:26; 16:7-8; 20:22, Luk. 3:16; 24:49; Acts 1:8; 2:14; Rom. 8:9)

We believe that by the disobedience of the first couple of beings Adam and Eve, sin entered in humankind and why a person is spiritually dead, under the power of sin. It is unable to save herself and is exposed to eternal damnation. We believe that it can only be saved through the work of our Lord Jesus Christ, to repent of their sins, and put their faith in the expiatory work of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary. At the same time, you experience the new birth by the power of the Holy Spirit to transform life and obey the will divine. (Gen. 3:1-24; Psa. 51:5; Rom. 1:18-32; 3:9-20; 21-26; 29-30; Heb. 8:6-13; 10:10-23: 1; 1 Cor. 5:17; Rom. 12:1-12)

We believe in the Holy Universal Church formed by all those who under his repentance and faith in Jesus Christ, and baptism by the Holy Spirit, have been redeemed and United to the body of Christ in every time and place with the head to Jesus Christ himself. We believe that it is Church is visibly manifested by local congregations. We believe in the unity of the believers in Jesus Christ which can and should be expressed in worship, Fellowship, training, testimony and joint service. (Mat. 6:18; Eph. 1:22-23; 4:1-6; 5:24-27; Col. 1:18; 1 Cor. 3:11; 4:17)

We believe that the Church has been placed by God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, be faithful witness of his word, love and his Gospel, leading them to anyone until the last thing on Earth and until the return of our Lord Jesus Christ. (Mat. 28:18-20; Mar. 16:15-16; Luk. 24:45-49; John 20:21-23; Acts 1:7-8)

We believe that the Church should seek, in faithfulness to the Scriptures, all forms of witness and service in their own environment, as well as Christian House must express their faith by the virtues of love, truth, honesty, peace, dedicated work, purity, kindness, justice and good works. (Rom. 12:13-14; 18-21; Eph. 2:10; Fil. 1:11; 4:8; 1 Pet. 3:8-16)

We confess the separation of Church and State because both have own and different functions given by God. Respect the national symbols, to the civil authorities, and pray for them, but in their faith, government, testimony and action acts in independent mode, in contentious cases, his final obedience will be guided by the teachings of the Scriptures and their fidelity to the Lord.