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. Providence

God, from eternity, decrees or permits all things that come to pass, and perpetually upholds, directs and governs all creatures and all events; yet so as not in any wise to be the author of or give approval to sin, nor to destroy the responsibility of man.

. Jesus our Mediator

Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, is the divinely appointed Mediator between God and man. Jesus Christ is the Word (Logos -  God) who became a man. He added human nature to His divine nature. He is both human and divine, and, therefore, has two natures. Yet, He is one person, not two. He is not part God and part man. He is presently a man, one person, with two natures where one nature is wholly God and the other wholly man. (Phil. 2:5-11; Col. 2:9; 1 Tim. 3:16; Heb. 1:5-13; John 1:1-3,14). Jesus will eternally remain as a man and intercedes for us eternally as a high priest after the order of Melchezedek (Heb. 6:20; 7:25). He is and remains  the only Mediator, the Prophet, Priest and King of the Church and Sovereign of the Universe.


. Fall of Man

God originally created man in His own image, and free from sin; but through the temptation of Satan, he transgressed the command of God and fell from his original holiness and righteousness; whereby, his posterity inherit a nature corrupt and wholly opposed to God and His law, are under condemnation, and as soon as they are capable of moral action, becoming actual transgressors.

. The Lord's Supper

The Lord's Supper is an ordinance of Jesus Christ to be administered with the elements of bread and wine and to observed by His churches till the end of the world. It is in no sense a sacrifice, but is designed to commemorate His death, to confirm the faith and other graces of Christians, and to be a bond, pledge and renewal of their communion with him and of their church fellowship.

. Believer's Baptism

Baptism is an ordinance of the Lord Jesus, required of every believer, wherein he is immersed in water in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, as a sign of his fellowship with the death and resurrection of Christ, or remission of sins and of his giving himself up to God, to live and walk in newness of life.
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