What We Believe
1. There is one Almighty, Most High, Creator of heaven and earth, from everlasting to everlasting.
2. The One Almighty consists of the unity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
3. Yeshua of Nazareth is the Almighty Son, the Messiah of Israel. He is Yahweh the Son who was with Yahweh the Father from the beginning. He is from everlasting to everlasting, brought forth, but not created. He is co-eternal with the Father and Spirit, co-Creator, and co-Sustainer of all things. He is everlasting Life.
4. The Most High is not one person in three modes or manifestations. He is the persons of the Father, the Son, and the Spirit, who are one Almighty. The persons are united as one, but acting individually and separately within the mystery of the oneness of the Most High.
5. The Son became fully human, setting aside His glory, yet remaining Yahweh Elohim in his identity. He was brought forth by the virgin to grow and live as a man. He is the part of the One Almighty who died on the tree and rose again on the third day. He ascended to resume His glory with the Father.
6. We believe a person is saved when they confess their sins and become faithful to Messiah Yeshua, trusting that what we deserved fell on Him, and that the Most High forgives our sins.
7. We believe that the Law of the Almighty is just as valid today as it was during Messiah’s ministry, and that the Holy Spirit works in our hearts to instruct us and bring us into conformity with His will.
8. We don’t believe that all violations of the Law put a person’s salvation in jeopardy, but only those violations that can be classed as mortal sins or outright rebellion. Israel was never able to keep the Law perfectly, but the Almighty has always shown loving-kindness to those who love Him and keep his commandments.
9. We believe that those who have fallen asleep in Mes siah will be raised to everlasting life, and the unsaved will be raised to face eternal death.
10. We hold to the Torah and Prophets received by Messiah, and given by Messiah, and to all the writings of the Emissaries of Messiah.
11. We don’t hold to the theological system of Augustine or John Calvin, but hold that the unbeliever has free will, and is capable of responding to the message of the good news, either against or for it, when the Spirit makes it plain to them. We hold that the Almighty tests the faithfulness of believers to know what is in their hearts, whether they would keep His commandments or not (Deut. 8:1-3).