In the verbal inspiration of the original 1611 King James Bible.

In the absolute trinity of the eternal Godhead; Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, God of Abraham.

In the personality and deity of the Holy Spirit.

In the reality and personality of the devil.

In the natural depravity of the human race.

In the substitutionary atonement made by the blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection.

In full salvation by grace through faith, and not by works as it applies to the pre-rapture era.

In water baptism by full body water immersion at an age of accountability; normally the age of 13 and older.

In divorce only on New Testament scriptural grounds.

In church government, loyalty and obedience to those in authority over us in the Lord.

In tithing as God’s financial plan.

In living a life of complete celibacy unless legally married and united in Holy matrimony.

In the desire to be like Jesus Christ by doing acts of unselfish kindness and holy living.

In the victorious life over sin, self, and bad habits by Bible study and incessant prayer life.

In Christian perfection and holiness, through absolute surrender of our soul to the will of God.

In Christian modesty in the matter of dress and wearing apparel; meaning to refrain from anything that would cause a man or woman to lust upon you and commit sin.

In the keeping of the Lord’s Sabbath day as a matter of privilege rather than law.

In the immortal and conscious existence of the soul.

In a literal Heaven and Hell, with Heaven existing above our heads and Hell existing in the center of the earth, beneath our feet.

In the fact that all souls are eternal and never die. Instead, they are judged by God and sent to Heaven or Hell to live throughout eternity.

In the everlasting punishment of the souls who are sent to live in Hell with Satan and his angels.

In the personal, literal, bodily pre-millennial return of Jesus Christ.

In a future, literal, 1,000 year reign with Christ on earth, in Jerusalem.

In the White Throne Judgment, where Christ will issue rewards and crowns to those who accepted Him as their Lord and Savior and were saved by the blood of He who died on the cross for our sins.

In Christian tolerance to all denominations of Christian faith.  It is not for us to judge or be hypocritical of each other because God gives each one of us a purpose; which can and does conflict with others who are fulfilling a different purpose.

Living by the greatest commandment: love the LORD your God, and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul. (Deuteronomy, Chapter 11, Verse 13)

Living by the golden rule:  Do unto others as we would have them do unto us.

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