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 Lord's Supper

What is The Lord's Supper?

The supper of our Lord Jesus was instituted by Him the same night He was betrayed,[1] to be observed in His churches[2] until the end of the world[3] as a perpetual remembrance [of Him] and to show forth the sacrifice of Himself in His death.[4] It was also instituted to confirm the faith of believers in all the benefits in Christ's death,[5] for their spiritual nourishment and growth in Him,[6] for their further engagement in and commitment to all the duties they owe Him,[7] and to be a bond and pledge of their fellowship with Him and with one another.[8]

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The Law of God

What is The Law of God?

God gave to Adam a law of universal obedience written in his heart,[1] and a specific precept not to eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil.[2] By this He bound him and all his descendants to personal, total, exact, and perpetual obedience. God promised life on fulfilling it, and threatened death on breaching it, and He endued him with power and ability to keep it.[3]

The same law that was first written in the human heart continued to be a perfect rule of righteousness after the fall.[4] It was delivered by God upon Mount Sinai[5] in Ten Commandments (written in two tables) the first four containing our duty towards God, and the other six our duty to our fellow beings.[6]

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The Last Judgment

What is The Last Judgment?

God has appointed a day when He will judge the world in righteousness by Jesus Christ, to whom the Father has given all power and judgment.[1] On that day, not only the apostate angels will be judged,[2] but also all people who have lived on the earth. They will appear before Christ's judgment throne[3] to give an account of their thoughts, words, and deeds, and to receive [judgment] according to what they have done in the body, whether good or evil.[4]

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The Holy Scriptures

What are the Holy Scriptures?

The Holy Scriptures are the only sufficient, certain and infallible rule[1] for saving knowledge, faith, and obedience.[2] Although the light of nature and the works of creation and providence give such clear testimony to the goodness, wisdom and power of God that they leave people without excuse,[3]yet they are not sufficient to give the knowledge of God and His will that is necessary for salvation.

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The Gospel and its Gracious Extent

What is The Gospel and its Gracious Extent?

As the covenant of works was broken by sin and was unable to confer life, God was pleased to promise Christ, the seed of the woman, as the means of calling the elect and bringing to life within them faith and repentance. In this promise the substance of the Gospel was revealed as the effectual means for the conversion and salvation of sinners.[1]

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