Worship and The Lord's Day

Baptist Confession of Faith

What is Worship and The Lord's Day? The light of nature shows that there is a God who has lordship and sovereignty over all. He is just and good and does...

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Assurance of Grace and Salvation

Baptist Confession of Faith

What is Assurance of Grace and Salvation? Temporary believers and other unregenerate people may deceive themselves with futile and false hopes and unspiritual presumptions that they are in favour with God...

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Baptist Confession of Faith

What is Baptism? Baptism is an ordinance of the New Testament, ordained by Jesus Christ, to be to the person baptized a sign of fellowship with Christ in His death and...

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What do we believe?

The Fellowship of Believers

What is The Fellowship of Believers?

All believers are united to Jesus Christ[1] their Head by His Spirit and by faith,[2] although this does not make them one person with Him.[3] Therefore they have fellowship in His graces, sufferings, death, resurrection, and glory.[4] Being united to one another in love, they have fellowship in each other's gifts and graces,[5] and are obliged to discharge their duties, both public and private, in an orderly way so as to ensure their mutual good in both spiritual and temporal matters.[6]

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The Fall, Sin and its Punishment

What is The Fall, Sin and its Punishment?

God created Adam upright and perfect, and gave him a righteous law which secured life for him while he kept it, but threatened death if he broke it. Yet Adam did not live long in this position of honour.[1] Satan used the subtlety of the serpent to subdue Eve, she seduced Adam, and Adam (without any compulsion) wilfully transgressed the law of their creation and the command given to them by eating the forbidden fruit.[2]God was pleased to permit this act, according to His wise and holy counsel, as it was His purpose to direct it toward His own glory.[3]

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The Church

What is The Church?

The universal church[1] (brought into being by the internal work of the Spirit and truth of grace) may be called the invisible church. It consists of the complete number of the elect who have been, who are, or who shall be gathered into one under Christ its Head. The church is the bride, the body, the fullness of Christ who fills all in all.[2]

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Saving Faith

What is Saving Faith?

The grace of faith (by which the elect are enabled to believe to the saving of their souls) is the work of the Spirit of Christ in their hearts. It is normally brought into being by the ministry of the Word.[1] It is increased and strengthened by the ministry of the Word, and by the administration of baptism and the Lord's supper, prayer, and other means appointed by God.[2]

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What is Sanctification?

Those who are united to Christ, effectually called and regenerated, have a new heart and a new spirit created in them through the efficacy of Christ's death and resurrection.[1] Furthermore, they are also really and personally sanctified[2] through the same means,[3] by His Word and Spirit dwelling in them.[4] The power of every part of the body of sin is destroyed, and its various lusts are increasingly weakened and put to death, and saving graces are increasingly brought to life and strengthened in them so that they practice true holiness[5] without which no one shall see the Lord.[6]

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