Standing on the Authorized 1611 King James Bible alone without apology to anyone!
What We Believe
Bible Believers Baptist Church is a local, autonomous,Bible-believing congregation preaching, teaching, and practicing the Biblical principles of a New Testament church as taught in the word of God. Man was directly created by a supernatural act of God.
We believe the absolute, sole, authoritative rule for faith and practice is the perfect, preserved word of God, which, for English-speaking people, is the AV 1611, King James Bible (Psalm 12:6-7).
We believe in the Deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, His vicarious death for sinners, His literal, bodily resurrection and His literal, bodily return to this earth to reign for a thousand years (1 Timothy 3:16).
We believe that any religious person who depends upon the sacraments or the golden rule or the church or the ten commandments to justify himself before God will be condemned at the White Throne Judgment and banished to the Lake of Fire for trusting their own righteousness instead of the righteousness of Jesus Christ (Romans 4:5).
We believe that water baptism, for the regenerated believer, is immersion in water in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (Matthew 28:19).
We believe in the eternal security of the believer as part of the body of the Lord Jesus Christ, and we subscribe to a mild dispensationalism when dealing with those verses that seem to teach otherwise (John 10:28).
We believe that Christians should attempt to live godly lives and separate themselves as much as possible from the world and its lusts and entanglements (2 Corinthians 6:17).
SECOND COMING OF JESUS CHRIST
We believe in the imminent return of the Lord Jesus Christ to catch out His “bride”, before Daniel’s Seventieth Week (the “Time of Jacob’s Trouble”) takes place and that He will return after the “Marriage of the Lamb” to reign over the “House of Jacob” at Jerusalem on the “Throne of David” (John 14:3).
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper constitute the only two Scriptural ordinances for the church, but neither has any saving power (Luke 22:19).