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What We Believe

The Church of God Militant Pillar and Ground of the Truth has as its foundation, the
doctrine of the Apostles and Prophets, and we claim Jesus Christ himself, as the chief cornerstone of our faith. (Ephesians 2:19 -20; I Peter 2:6)

Statement of Faith and Doctrine

The programs and activities governing the form of worship of the Church of God Militant Pillar and Ground of the Truth, Incorporated, are based upon and at all times shall be consistent with the following creed and beliefs: 

Our Declaration

We Believe . . .
 

  • That God’s purpose concerning man is:

            1)   To seek and to save that which is lost
            2)   To be worshipped by man
            3)   To build a body of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ.

 

  • That these believers, saved, and called out of the world, constitute the body or church of the Lord  Jesus Christ, built and established upon the foundation of the apostles, prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone.

  • That the members of the body, the church (ecclesia) of the Lord Jesus Christ, are enjoined to assemble themselves for worship, fellowship, counsel, and instruction in the Word of God, the work of the ministry and for the exercise of those spiritual gifts and offices providing for New Testament church order.

 

  • That we are a cooperative fellowship of Pentecostal, spirit-filled saints from local Pentecostal assemblies of like faith throughout the United States and foreign lands, to be known as The Church of God Militant Pillar and Ground of the Truth, Incorporated. 


      Our purpose is neither to usurp authority over the various local assemblies, nor to deprive them of their scriptural and local rights and privileges, but to recognize and promote scriptural methods  and order for worship, unity, fellowship, work and business for the Lord Jesus Christ; and to  disapprove unscriptural methods, doctrines, and conduct.   We will endeavor to keep the unity of the  Spirit in the bond of peace, “till we all come in the unity of faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.”  (Ephesians 4:13

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