Testimonies Of God seeks to empower and encourage the members of Christ’s Body in the principles of biblical evangelism and to provide them with practical tools to proclaim the gospel.
What We Do
We are here to provide biblically sound and thoroughly curated content for all things Christian based.
We find it vital that sound Biblical preaching is important to learn and grow with the Lord. “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (Hos. 4:6)
Evangelism and testimonies
Sharing our faith is what connects humanity to the saving grace of God through His Gospel by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of our testimony. (Rev. 12:11)
The importance of apologetics is to protect and guard the Truth, strengthen believers, guide unbelievers, and help shape the culture around us. (1 Pet. 3:15-16)
Merchandise and Tracts
Tracts and other Gospel centered merchandise help sow the Seed of the Good News and provide an opening for us to share our faith. (Isa. 55:11)
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9:00 am - 5:00 pm
MONDAY – FRIDAY
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
MONDAY – FRIDAY
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Statement of Faith
We believe in one God, eternally existing in three equally divine Persons: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This one true God is infinitely perfect in both His love and holiness. He is the immortal and eternal Creator of all things, both visible and invisible. He sovereignly rules over all things, and is providentially at work redeeming and restoring His fallen creation. He is worthy to receive all glory and adoration.
Genesis 1:1; Deuteronomy 6:4; Isaiah 6:3; Matthew 5:48; 28:19; John 10:30; Colossians 1:16; 1 Timothy 1:17; 1 John 4:8; Revelation 4:11
God has graciously revealed His existence and power in created order, and in the Person of His Son, the incarnate Word. God is a speaking God who, by His Spirit, has graciously disclosed Himself in human words through Scripture, the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments, which are both a record and means of His saving work in the world. These writings alone are the verbally inspired Word of God, which is authoritative and without error in the original writings, complete in its revelation of His will for salvation, sufficient for all that God requires us to believe, and final in its authority over every domain of knowledge to which it speaks. In summary, all of Scripture is the inspired, infallible, and inerrant Word of God.
Psalm 19:1–4; Proverbs 30:6; John 1:14; Romans 1:19,20; Hebrews 1:1,2; 2 Timothy 3:15,16; 2 Peter 1:19–21
We believe God created human beings, male and female, in His own image. Adam and Eve belonged to the created order that God declared to be “very good.” Both male and female were created equal in worth and value, and have equal access to God through faith in Jesus Christ. Because we were created in His image, we believe that human life is sacred from conception to its natural end and that we must honor the physical, social, and spiritual needs of all people. Following Christ’s example, we believe that every person should be treated with love, dignity, and respect.
Genesis 1:27,31; 9:6; Exodus 20:13; Mark 12:30,31; Galatians 3:28
We believe that all men everywhere are lost and face the judgment of God. We believe that Adam, made in the image of God, distorted that image and forfeited his original blessedness—for himself and for all who came after him—by falling into sin through Satan’s temptation. Now, all human beings are alienated from God, corrupted in every aspect of their being (physically, mentally, volitionally, emotionally, spiritually) and condemned finally and irrevocably to death—apart from God’s own gracious intervention. The supreme need of all human beings is to be reconciled to the God under whose just and holy wrath we stand; the only hope of all human beings is the undeserved love of this same God, who alone can rescue us and restore us to Himself through the work of Jesus Christ on the cross.
Genesis 3:6–19; Romans 1:18; 3:23; 5:12–14; 1 Thessalonians 1:10
We believe that the eternal Son became human: the Word became flesh, fully God and fully human being, one Person in two natures. The man Jesus, the promised Messiah of Israel, was conceived through the Holy Spirit, and was born of the virgin Mary. He perfectly obeyed His heavenly Father, lived a sinless life, performed miraculous signs, was crucified under Pontius Pilate, arose bodily from the dead on the third day, and ascended into Heaven. He is seated at the right hand of God and is our High Priest and righteous Advocate. We believe that by His incarnation, life, death, resurrection, and ascension, Jesus Christ acted as our representative and substitute. He did this so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God: on the cross He canceled sin, propitiated God, and, by bearing the full penalty of our sins, reconciled to God all those who believe. By His resurrection Christ Jesus was vindicated by His Father, broke the power of death and defeated Satan who once had power over it, and brought everlasting life to all His people; by His ascension He has been forever exalted as Lord and has prepared a place for us to be with Him. We believe that salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name given under Heaven by which we must be saved. Because God chose the lowly things of this world, the despised things, the things that are not, to nullify the things that are, no human being can ever boast before Him—Christ Jesus has become for us wisdom from God—that is, our righteousness, holiness, and redemption.
John 1:1,2,14; 14:6; Acts 4:12; 1 Corinthians 1:27–30; 15:3–5; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Colossians 1:19–22; 2:9; 1 Peter 2:24; 1 Timothy 2:5
We believe that Christ, by His obedience and death, fully discharged the debt of all those who are justified. By His sacrifice, He bore in our stead the punishment due us for our sins, making a proper, real, and full satisfaction to God’s justice on our behalf. By His perfect obedience He satisfied the just demands of God on our behalf, since by faith alone that perfect obedience is credited to all who trust in Christ alone for their acceptance with God. Since Christ was given by the Father for us, and His obedience and punishment were accepted in place of our own, freely and not for anything in us, this justification is solely of free grace, in order that both the exact justice and the rich grace of God might be glorified in the justification of sinners. We believe that a zeal for personal and public obedience flows from this free justification.
Romans 3:21,22,24,26,28–30; 4:3,5; 5:1,9; 10:9,10; Galatians 2:16; Ephesians 2:8,9; Philippians 3:9
The Holy Spirit
We believe that salvation, attested in all Scripture and secured by Jesus Christ, is applied to His people by the Holy Spirit. Sent by the Father and the Son, the Holy Spirit glorifies the Lord Jesus Christ, and is present with and in believers. He convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment, and by His powerful and mysterious work regenerates spiritually dead sinners. We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly life. In Him they are baptized into union with the Lord Jesus, such that they are justified before God by grace alone through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone. By the Spirit’s agency, believers are renewed, sanctified, and adopted into God’s family. The Holy Spirit is Himself the down payment of the promised inheritance, and in this age indwells, guides, instructs, equips, revives, and empowers believers for Christlike living and service.
Matthew 9:13; John 1:12,13; 3:3–7; 5:21; 7:37–39; 16:7–14; Romans 6:13; Ephesians 1:13,14; 2:5; Titus 3:5
THE CHURCH AND ITS GREAT COMMISSION
We believe that God’s new covenant people have been saved into the Church, His bride. This universal Church is manifest in local churches of which Christ is the only Head; thus each “local church” is, in fact, the Church, the household of God, the assembly of the living God, and the pillar and foundation of the truth. The Church is the body of Christ, the apple of His eye, graven on His hands, and He has pledged Himself to her forever. The Church is distinguished by her gospel message, her sacred ordinances, her discipline, her great mission, and, above all, by her love for God, and by her members’ love for one another and for the world. This gospel we cherish has both personal and corporate dimensions, neither of which may properly be overlooked. Christ Jesus is our peace: He has not only brought about peace with God, but also peace between alienated peoples. His purpose was to create in Himself one new humanity, thus making peace, and in one body to reconcile all people to God through the cross, by which He put to death their hostility. The Church serves as a sign of God’s kingdom when its members live for the service of one another and their neighbors, rather than for self-focus. The Church is the corporate dwelling place of God’s Spirit, and the continuing witness to God in the world. We believe it is the mandate of the whole church to go into the world and preach the gospel to every person.
Matthew 28:20; Mark 16:15; John 13:35; 1 Corinthians 12:12–27; Ephesians 4:11–16; 1 Peter 2:9; Revelation 21:2,9,10
We believe in the personal, glorious, and bodily return of our Lord Jesus Christ when He will exercise His role as final Judge, and His kingdom will be consummated. We believe in the bodily resurrection of both the just and the unjust—the unjust to judgment and eternal conscious punishment in Hell, as our Lord Himself taught, and the just to eternal blessedness in the presence of Him who sits on the throne and of the Lamb, in the new Heaven and the new Earth, the home of righteousness. On that day, the Church will be presented faultless before God by the obedience, suffering, and triumph of Christ, all sin purged and its wretched effects forever banished. God will be all in all and His people will be in the presence of His holiness, and everything will be to the praise of His glorious grace.
Matthew 16:27; 25:31–34; John 14:3; Acts 1:11; 1 Corinthians 15:51–53; Ephesians 3:20,21; 1 Thessalonians 4:15–17; Revelation 1:7
The Doctrines Of Grace
Also called "total inability", asserts that as a consequence of the fall of man into sin, every person is enslaved to sin. People are not by nature inclined to love God, but rather to serve their own interests and to reject the rule of God. Thus, all people by their own faculties are morally unable to choose to trust God for their salvation and be saved. The term "total" in this context refers to sin affecting every part of a person, not that every person is as evil as they could be. This doctrine is derived from Augustine's explanation of Original Sin.
Gen. 2:17; John 3:6; John 8:34; Gen. 6:5; Rom. 1:18-32; Jeremiah 17:9; Rom. 3:10-18; Isaiah 64:6-7; Rom. 3:23; Rom. 8:7.8; Isaiah 65:12; Titus 1:15; Jer.13:23; Rom. 5:12; Rom. 5:14-19; Eph.2:1-5; Mark 7:21-23; Psalm 14:2-3; Matt. 7:17-18; Psalm 58:3; John 3:19; 1 Cor. 2:14; Prov. 14:12; 1 Cor.1:18; Col. 2:13; Job 15:14-16
Asserts that God has chosen from eternity those whom He will bring to Himself not based on foreseen virtue, merit, or faith in those people; rather, His choice is unconditionally grounded in His mercy alone. God has chosen from eternity to extend mercy to those He has chosen and to withhold mercy from those not chosen. Those chosen receive salvation through Christ alone. Those not chosen receive the just wrath that is warranted for their sins against God.
Rom. 9:15,16; Eph. 1:9-12; Rom. 9:11; John 1:12,13; Mark 13:20; Rev. 13:8; Rev. 17:8; Rom. 10:20; 1 Cor. 1:27,28; 2 Tim 1:8; John 10:26-30; John 10:15.16; John 6:37 & 44; Rom. 8:29,30; Isaiah 43:20.21; Titus 1:1; Psalm 65:4; Matt. 22:14; 2 Tim. 2:10; Exodus 33:19; Deut. 7:6.7; Acts 13:48; 1 Peter 2:8; John 6:39; John 17:2; Rom. 11:5-7
Also called "particular redemption" or "definite atonement", asserts that Jesus's substitutionary atonement was definite and certain in its purpose and in what it accomplished. This implies that only the sins of the elect were atoned for by Jesus's death. We do not believe, however, that the atonement is limited in its value or power, but rather that the atonement is limited in the sense that it is intended for some and not all. It can also be summarized as "The atonement is sufficient for all and efficient for the elect."
John 3:16-18; Rom. 8:30; John 6:35-40; Matt. 1:21; John 10:11; John 17:9; Acts 20:28; Rev. 5:9; John 10:14-16; Eph. 1:4; Isaiah 53:8,11-12; Eph. 2:1-5; Eph. 2:8; John 5:21,24; John 10:26-27; John 12:37-40; Psalm 85:2; John 14:21-24; John 17:2,9-10; Acts 10:40-41; Acts 13:48; Acts 15:14; Rom. 11:7; Titus 2:14; Heb. 7:25-27; Matt. 26:28
Also called "efficacious grace", asserts that the saving grace of God is effectually applied to those whom He has determined to save (that is, the elect) and overcomes their resistance to obeying the call of the gospel, bringing them to saving faith. This means that when God sovereignly purposes to save someone, that individual certainly will be saved. The doctrine holds that this purposeful influence of God's Holy Spirit cannot be resisted, but that the Holy Spirit, "graciously causes the elect sinner to cooperate, to believe, to repent, to come freely and willingly to Christ." This is not to deny the fact that the Spirit's outward call (through the proclamation of the Gospel) can be, and often is, rejected by sinners; rather, it is that inward call that cannot be rejected.
John 3:3-8; Eph. 2:1-10; John 6:37; John 6:44; John 10:16; Psalm 65:4; Ez. 36:26, 27; John 1:12-13; Rom. 9:15-18; John 5:21; Rom. 11:5,6; Rom. 8:30; John 6:39,65; Heb. 9:15; Phil. 1:6, 29; Phil. 2:13; 2 Tim. 1:9-10; Isaiah 55:11; Acts 13:48; Acts 18:27; Titus 3:5; John 11:43-44; Col. 1:13; Psalm 3:8; 2 Cor. 4:6; Acts 16:14
Perseverance Of The Saints
Also known as "perseverance of God with the saints" and "preservation of the believing." The word "saints" is used to refer to all who are set apart by God, and not of those who are exceptionally holy, canonized, or in heaven. This asserts that since God is sovereign and His will cannot be frustrated by humans or anything else, those whom God has called into communion with Himself will continue in faith until the end. Those who apparently fall away either never had true faith, to begin with (1 John 2:19), or, if they are saved but not presently walking in the Spirit, they will be divinely chastened (Hebrews 12:5–11) and will repent (1 John 3:6–9).
John 17:20, 21; 2 Peter 3:9; Phil. 1:6; Phil. 2:11.12; Heb. 12:2; Rom. 8:28-30; John 10:27-29; Eph. 1:3-14; Rom. 8:31-39; John 6:37-47; John 5:24; Rom. 5:9; Rom. 11:29; Psalm 37:28; Isaiah 46:3.4; Psalm 20:6; Psalm 121:1-8; Jer. 32:3-40; Heb. 6:17-19; Heb 13:20. 21; 1 Peter 1:3-5; 1 Thess. 5:23-29; 1 Jn 5:4.5.11-13; 1 John 3:9; 1 Cor. 1:6-8; 1 Cor 15:10