The Bible is God’s written word to man. The 66 books of the Bible were given by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. They are infallible, inerrant, and sufficient for all things pertaining to life and godliness. (2 Timothy 3:16-17, Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Deuteronomy 31:9-12, 2 Kings 22-23, 2 Chronicles 34, Psalms 19:9-10, 119:103, 105, 130,  2 Peter 1:20-21, Matthew 5:17-20, Hebrews 4:12).


God the Father is infinitely holy, just, powerful, good, gracious, merciful, and wrathful. He desires to be in a relationship with His creation, as seen with Noah, Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. God is Father to those who repent and trust in Jesus. (Genesis 1:1-31, Deuteronomy 6:4, 1 Corinthians 8:6, Psalm 103:19; 30:4; 18:13-15; 136:1; 7:11, 1 John 1:5, Ephesians 2:8-9, Acts 17:25, Deuteronomy 32:39-41, Hebrews 12:28-29, John 1:12).


Jesus has existed eternally with the Father and the Holy Spirit. He is the Word made flesh; born of a virgin, truly God and truly man, He performed miracles and lived without sin. He is the promised Messiah, our Passover Lamb. He is now seated at the right hand of God, making intercession for us, and at the appointed time, He will return and set up His kingdom. (Psalm 2, Proverbs 8:23-31; 30:4-6, Isaiah 9:6-7, Daniel 9, Hebrews 1:3, Ephesians 1:11, John 1:1, 14, Luke 1:35, Romans 3:24-25, 1 Peter 2:24, Matthew 28:6,  1 Thessalonians 4:13-18).


The Holy Spirit was present and active in creation, came upon the Prophets of old, and was active in the ministry of Jesus. The Holy Spirit convicts of sin, righteousness, and judgment and leads believers in all truth through the Scripture. He endows believers with spiritual gifts at the direction of the Father. (Genesis 1:2, Matthew 3:16, John 16:8-15, 1 Corinthians 12:4-6, 13, 1 John 2:20, 27, Acts 1:8).


Man was created in the image of God, and woman from man’s side. They were given dominion over the earth, gave in to the temptation of the serpent, and, as a result, lost their innocence, bringing about the penalty of spiritual and physical death. Because of the fall, each of us is born in a sinful state, and redemption from that state can only be found in Jesus. (Genesis 1:26-27, Genesis 2:7, 15-25, John 3:36, Romans 3:23, Ephesians 2:1-3).


Because of the sin of Adam, man is born into sin and separated from God. Salvation is the gift of God by grace, through faith in Jesus the Messiah that unites man back to God. Salvation was accomplished through the suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus and is without regard to human effort. (1 Corinthians 15:20-28, John 17:20, John 3:3-7, Romans 8:28-30, Ephesians 1:4-11, Romans 9:16).


God is a covenant-keeping God, thus the promises made to Abraham, Issac, and Jacob still stand. This covenant includes the salvation of the Jews, the restoration of the physical land of Israel, and the Jew and Gentile being one new man. Because of this truth, the teachings of replacement theology and fulfillment theology are to be rejected by every Christian. (Genesis 12:1-3, 13:14-18, 15:8-21, 49:1-28; Jeremiah 30:1-3, 32:36-44; Ezekiel 11:17-20; Amos 9:11-15; Romans 9:4-5, 11;1-6, 23-24).


The New Testament teaches that Christians are grafted into a Jewish root. I teach that the blessing of Abraham has come to the Gentiles. The blessing is a gift of God that can be found in Shabbat (Sabbath) and keeping the Feasts of the Lord. (Ephesians 2:11-22, Romans 11:13-36, Galatians 3:10-14, Leviticus 23, 1 Corinthians 5:7-8, Zechariah 14:16-21, Isaiah 2:1-4; 66:5-24). Because we are grafted into a Jewish root, we understand that our weapons are not carnal but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds. Those spiritual weapons include prayer and praying under the Tallit (prayer shawl), having a Mezuzah on our doorposts, and sounding the Shofar (rams horn trumpet). (2 Corinthians 10:4, Deuteronomy 6:1-9, Psalm 91:1, Matthew 6:5-15, Numbers 10:9).


The redemptive work of Jesus on the cross is not limited to eternal salvation. Redemption includes the defeat of the enemy in regard to physical illness, generational curses, and mental and spiritual torment. Acts 10:38 says that God anointed Jesus to go about doing good and to heal all those oppressed by the devil. It is the privilege of the believer to be saved, healed, and delivered. (Isaiah 53:1-5, Matthew 8:16-17, Genesis 4:8, 23; Exodus 15:26, Psalm 107:20, Isaiah 1:18, John 8:32, 36; Luke 13:16, Proverbs 4:20-23).


Both the Old and New Testaments present a call to holiness. As Christians, we must separate ourselves from sin and be separated unto God. The life modeled in the New Testament is one of holiness and sanctification; this is neither salvation earned nor kept by works but the fruit of a life submitted to the Lordship of Jesus. The fruit of a believing life includes studying the Word of God, an active prayer life, giving, doing good works, and having fellowship with other believers. (2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1, Romans 12:1-2, 1 Thessalonians 4:3-7, Hebrews 12:14, Matthew 6:1-21, Joshua 1:8-9, Ephesians 6:18, Genesis 14:17-20, Malachi 3:10-11 Galatians 6:6-10, Matthew 5:16, Ephesians 2:10, 1 Corinthians 3:14, 1 Peter 1:13-19, Revelation 22:12).


The fellowship of believers (commonly called the Church) is comprised of all those who have put their faith in the Lord Jesus. Believers should attend a local church or Messianic Synagogue to be taught the Scripture, be equipped for ministry, and have fellowship with others. The authority over the Church is the written Scripture and is led by a pastor and elders. The Gifts of the Spirit should operate orderly and freely in the congregation as we seek to be built up in the Word of God. (1 Corinthians 12:12-13, Ephesians 2:11-3:6, Hebrews 10:25, 1 Timothy 3:1-13, Ephesians 4:11-12, Acts 2:38-42, 1 Corinthians 11:23-34).


At the appointed time, this age will end, signified first by the catching away of believers. Followed by the millennial reign and culminated in the final judgment; the reward of the righteous and the punishment of the wicked. (1 Thessalonians 4:15-5:11, 1 Corinthians 14:24-28, Revelation 20:1-15).