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The Bible is God's word

The Bible is the only authoritative book that tells us how to live our lives and tells us how to be prepared for when Jesus returns to the earth. The Bible is real for today.  It is not simply a factual history book about the Jews and the land of Israel but one that has impact on our lives today. The daily reading of the Bible, together with prayer, develops a Christian into a person whom Jesus will be pleased to associate with when he returns.

Read 2 Timothy 3:16 - God's word is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training.

Read 1 Corinthians 2:13 - The apostles wrote down what God had told them through his Spirit.

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There is only one God

The Bible teaches that there is only one God.  He has always existed and always will and although he lives in heaven his power is all around. The God whom we worship now is the same God who was worshipped by Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses and all the Bible characters.  God showed his character in his son, Jesus.  There was no other God before him nor will there be any after him. 

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Jesus is the son of God

Jesus is God's son.  We believe that the Bible is quite specific on this, there are so many references showing that God is Jesus' father and that Jesus is therefore His son.

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Jesus was born with human nature

God worked through his son, Jesus by his power, the Holy Spirit, such that Jesus displayed God's character in his life on earth. He was so like God that he was also known as Emmanuel, God with us. Despite being God's son, Jesus possessed human nature becasue he was also the son of Mary, a descendant of King David.

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Jesus had the ability to sin

Because Jesus was born with human nature, he had the ability to sin. The big difference between Jesus and the rest of human nature, is that he didn't sin.  Jesus' human nature meant that he suffered all the temptations and painful experiences that everyone has suffered from since Adam's sin, including death.

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Jesus - the Lord Jesus Christ

Jesus is our Lord Jesus Christ, he is the promised Seed, the Messiah, the Christ and Lord. The promises that God gave to Adam, Abraham, David and the prophets referred to Jesus, who was a descendant of David and therefore was human like every other person. Because of Jesus' human nature he was condemned to die like everyone else, but because he didn't sin and that he always obeyed God, he didn't deserve to die. Jesus overcame his natural tendency for man to sin and God therefore raised him from the dead because he had overcome sin for himself and for all those who believe in him.

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The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is the name given to God's power. It is God's power to use as he wishes, he created the world, he sustains life now and allows us to see evidence of his power in our lives now. God's power is evident all around us.

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The Death of Human Beings

Adam broke the only law that God had given and God carried out the sentence of death for not obeying.  Adam died and returned to the ground.  Adam was characteristic of all human beings and the sentence of death is now the natural conclusion of all human life.

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Life after Death

There is no automatic life after death for human beings.  The Bible doesn't teach that Godly people go to heaven or that unGodly people go to hell.  The BIble is quite clear that when human beings die they stop breathing and they die.  The Bible says that the "breath goes back to God who gave it".  There is, however, hope for Christians and that is to be raised from the dead when Jesus returns to the earth.

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For Life we have to Accept Jesus Now

Because of man's sinfulness, right from the time of Adam, it was necessary for God to provide Jesus as a sacrifice.  Adam sinned, therefore the whole of the human race is subject to death, but we can live through Jesus.  The contrast can be seen between ordinary men and women, who break God's commands, and therefore die, and Jesus who obeyed.  However, there is an opportunity of life for those who belief and trust in him.

Read 1 Cor 15:21-22; Rom 5:12-19; Gen 3:19; 2 Cor 5:19-21

Because of sin, God had condemned man to a life of work, and then death, this is because God detests sin, but in his love he provided Jesus so that man can be changed before God if we believe.

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Heaven is where God and Jesus are

Heaven is where God and Jesus are now, although their presence is everywhere. The Bible portrays this presence or power as the Holy Spirit.

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The Kingdom will be set up on earth

God's Kingdom will be set up on earth, it will be the only kingdom and it will include the whole earth, therefore all existing nations and kingdoms will be overthrown by God. Jesus will rule perfectly and justly and there will eventually be no more violence in the earth.

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Jesus' teachings

The Gospel (Good News) is centred on Jesus' teachings, which were repeated by the apostles, about the "Kingdom of God", and about how to be saved through Jesus.

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Jesus will return to the earth

When God considers the time is right, when man has done enough damage to himself and the earth has become so ungodly, he will send Jesus back to the earth. On his return, Jesus will pass judgement on everyone for their actions. The Bible quite clearly states that Jesus, God's son, will return to the earth. Jesus was born to "take away the sin of the world".

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Jesus will reward for actions when he returns

The followers of Jesus, those who have done their very best to follow Jesus now, will be given the reward of eternal life, whilst those who have neglected Jesus and not followed him will be condemned to death.

2 Cor 5:10, 2 Tim 4:1, Rom 2:16, Rom 14:10-11.

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Jesus will resurrect people and pass correct judgement