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We believe that the Bible is an unchangeable and eternal transmission of God, which is written to us in the guidance of the Holy Spirit. The Bible is the only foundation of our doctrine.
We believe in the trinity of God: in the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
God is the eternal Father, who has created the entire universe. He also upholds and reigns the whole creation. God is holy and righteous, merciful and forgiving and He loves the man He created. God is a spirit, and He is almighty.
The Son of God, Jesus Christ, is also the eternal God. Jesus Christ became man to redeem the mankind which has gotten under sin because of the Fall of Man. He died of own accord on the cross because of our sins, and by believing in Him (Jesus) as the Redeemer of our sins we will be saved and have an eternal life.
We also believe in the resurrection of Jesus, in His Second Coming and that He will take believers into Heaven when He comes to get his owns.
The Holy Spirit:
The Holy Spirit is the third person of Godhood and works together with the Father and the Son. The Holy Spirit is working on the Earth to glorify to man Jesus Christ as the Saviour. Holy Spirit is along when a person is born again into the living hope. Jesus baptises believers with the Holy Spirit, through which you get strength to live your daily life. The Holy Spirit equips a believer with charisms in order to build the congregation.
When you accept the Word of God and believe in Jesus Christ as your Saviour, your sins will be forgiven only because of God's grace and you will born again. Reborning is an act of God in a man through faith. There man is given the righteousness of God without his own earnings.
An inseparable part of borning again is baptism. When a man is born again through his faith in Jesus Christ, he should get baptised in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Through baptism a believer will join the connection of the local congregation. The baptism is an immersion following the example of the Bible.
All those who believe in Christ belong to one congregation, the Body of Christ, whose boundaries don't follow those of the local congregation. But this connection of the congregation can only be experienced as a connection of the local congregation. Into the connection of the local congregation come those, who believe in Jesus Christ and have let themselves being baptised in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
The congregation celebrates the Lord's communion following the example given by Jesus. Those, who believe in Jesus and have been baptised, can join the communion.