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1. The Scriptures InspiredThe Scriptures, both the Old and New Testaments, are verbally inspired of God and are the revelation of God to man, the infallible, authoritative rule of faith and conduct (Tim 3:15-17; 1 Thess. 2:13; Peter 1:21)

2. The One True GodThe one true God has revealed Himself as the eternally self-existent “I Am,” and Creator of heaven and earth, and the Redeemer of mankind.  He has further revealed Himself as embodying the principles of relationships and association as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. (Deut. 6:4; Isa. 43:10, 11; Matt. 28:19; Luke 3:22)

3. The Deity of the Lord Jesus ChristThe Lord Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God. The Scriptures declare:
     a. His virgin birth ( Matt. 1:23; Luke 1:31, 35)
     b. His sinless life (Heb. 7:26; 1 Peter 2:22)
     c. His miracles (Acts 2:22; 10:38)
     d. His substitutionary work on the cross (1 Cor. 15:3; 2 Cor. 5:21)
     e. His bodily resurrection from the dead (Matt. 28:6; Luke 24:39; 1Cor. 15:4)
     f. His exaltation to the right hand of God (Acts 1:9, 11; 2:33; Phil. 2:9-11; Heb. 1-3)

4. The Fall of ManMan was created good and upright; for God said,” Let us make man in our image, after our  likeness.”   However, man by voluntary transgression fell and thereby incurred not only physical death but also spiritual death, which is separation from God ( Gen. 1:26; 2:17; 3:6; Rom. 5:12-19)

5. The Salvation of Man
Man’s only hope of redemption is through the shed blood of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
      a. Conditions to Salvation—Salvation is received through repentance toward God and faith toward the Lord Jesus Christ.

           By the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Ghost, being justified by grace through faith, man becomes               an heir of God according to the hope of eternal life (Luke 24:47; John 3:3; Rom. 10:13-15; Eph. 2:8; Titus 2:11; 3:5-7)

      b. The Evidences of Salvation—The inward evidence of salvation is the direct witness of the Spirit (Rom. 8:16). The

           outward evidence to all men is a life of righteousness and true holiness (Eph. 4:24; Titus 2:12).

6. The Ordinances of the Church
 a. Baptism in Water—The ordinance of baptism by immersion is commanded in the Scriptures.  All who repent and believe

          on Christ as Savior and Lord are to be baptized.  Thus, they declare to the world that they have died with Christ and

          that they also have been raised with Him to walk in the newness of life (Matt 16:16; Acts 10:45; Rom.6:4).
     b. Holy Communion—The Lord’s Supper, consisting of the elements—bread and the fruit of the vine—is the symbol 

          expressing our sharing the divine nature of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Peter 1:4), a memorial of His suffering and death

          (1Cor. 11:26), prophecy of His second coming (1 Cor. 11:26), and is enjoined on all believers “till He comes!”

7. The Baptism in the Holy GhostAll believers are entitled to, and should ardently expect and earnestly seek, the promise of the Father and the baptism in the Holy Ghost and fire, according to the command of our Lord Jesus Christ.  This was the normal experience of all in the early Christian Church.  With it comes the enduement of power for life and service, the bestowment of the gifts, and their uses in the work of the ministry (Luke 24:49, Acts 1:4, 8; 1 Cor. 12:1-31).  This experiences is distinct from, and subsequent to, the experiences of the new birth ( Acts 8:12-17; 10:44-46; 11:14-16; 15:7-9).  With the baptism in the Holy Ghost come such experiences as an overflowing fullness of the Spirit (John 7:37-39; Acts 4:8), a deepened reverence for God (Acts 2:43; Heb. 12:28), and a more active love for Christ, for His Word, and for the lost ( Mark 16:20).

8. The Evidence of the Baptism in the Holy GhostThe baptism of believers in the Holy Ghost is witnessed by the initial physical sign of speaking with other tongues as the Spirit of God gives then utterance (Acts 2:4).  The speaking in tongues, in this instance, is the same in essence as the gift of tongues (1 Cor. 12:4-10, 28), but different in purpose and use.

9. SanctificationSanctification is an act of separation from that which is evil, and of dedication unto God (Rom. 12:1, 2; 1Thess. 5:23; Heb. 13:12). The scriptures teach a life of “holiness without which no man shall see the Lord” (Heb. 12:14). By the power of the Holy Ghost we are able to obey the command: “Be ye holy, for I am holy” (1Peter 1:15, 16).  Sanctification is realized in the believer by recognizing his identification with Christ in His death and resurrection, by faith reckoning daily upon the fact of that union, and by offering every faculty continually to the dominion of the Holy Spirit (Rom. 6:1-11, 13; 8:1, 2, 13; Gal. 2:20; Phil. 2:12, 13; 1 Peter 1:5).

10. The Church and its MissionThe church is the Body of Christ, the habitation of God through the Spirit, with divine appointment for the fulfillment of her great commission. Each believer, born of the Spirit, is an integral part of the General Assembly and Church of the Firstborn, which are written in heaven (Eph. 1:22, 23; 2:22; Heb. 12:23). Since God’s purpose concerning man is to seek and to save that which is lost, to be worshipped by man, and to build a body of believers in the image of His Son, the priority reason-for-being of the Assemblies of God as part of the Church is:
     a. To be an Agency of God for evangelizing the world (Acts 1:8; Matt. 28:19, 20; Mark 16:15, 16).
     b. To be a corporate body in which man may worship God (1 Cor. 12:13).
     c. To be a channel of God’s purpose to build a body of saints being perfected in the image of His Son (Eph. 4: 11-16; 1 Cor.

         12:28; 14:12).
The Assemblies of God exists expressly to give continuing emphasis to this reason-for-being, in the New Testament apostolic pattern, by teaching and encouraging believers to be baptized in the Holy Spirit. This experience:
     a. Enables them to evangelize in the power of the Spirit with accompanying supernatural signs (Mark 16:15-20; Acts

          4:29-31; Heb. 2:3,4).
     b. Adds a necessary dimension to worshipful relationship with God (1 Cor. 2:10-16; 12, 13, and 14).
     c. Enables them to respond to the full working of the Holy Spirit in expression of fruit, gifts, and ministries as in New  

         Testament times for the edifying of the body of Christ (Gal. 5:22-26; 1 Cor. 14:12; Eph. 4:11, 12; 1 Cor. 12:28; Col. 1:29).

11.  The MinistryA divinely called and scripturally ordained ministry has been provided by our Lord for the threefold purpose of leading the Church in:
     a. Evangelization of the world (Mark 16: 15-20).
     b. Worship of God (John 4:23, 24).
     c. Building a body of saints being perfected  in the image of His Son (Eph. 4:11-16).

12.  Divine HealingDivine healing is an integral part of the gospel. Deliverance from sickness is provided for in the atonement, and is the privilege of all believers (Isa. 53:4,5; Matt. 8:16, 17; James 5:14-16).

13.  The Blessed Hope
The resurrection of those who have fallen asleep in Christ, and their translation together with those who are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord, is the imminent and blessed hope of the Church (1 Thess. 4:16, 17; Rom. 8:23; Titus 2:13; 1 Cor. 15:51, 52).

14.  The Millennial Reign of ChristThe second coming of Christ includes the rapture of the saints, which is our blessed hope, followed by the visible return of Christ with His saints to reign on the earth for one thousand years (Zech. 14:5; Matt. 24:27, 30; Rev. 1:7; 19:11-14; 20:1-6). This millennial reign will bring the salvation of national Israel (Ezek. 37:21, 22; Zech. 3:19, 20; Rom. 11:26, 27) and the establishment of universal peace (Isa. 11:6-9; Psa. 72:3-8 Micah 4:3, 4).

15.  The Final JudgmentThere will be a final judgment in which the wicked dead will be raised and judged according to their works. Whosoever is not found written in the Book of Life, together with the devil and his angels, the beast and the false prophet, will be consigned to everlasting punishment in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone, which is the second death (Matt. 25:46; Mark 9:43-48; Rev. 19-20; 20:11-15; 21:8).

16.  The New Heavens and the New Earth“We, according to His promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness” (2 Peter 3:13; Rev. 21,22). This assembly accepts the Holy Scriptures as the revealed will of God, the all-sufficient rule of faith and practice, and for the purpose of maintaining general unit, adopts the Statement of Fundamental Truths of the General Council of the Assemblies.



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