The foundational dogmas of the "House of Bread" church
We believe that the Holy Scriptures are God-inspired, that the Bible is self-sufficient and is the instructions and the foundation for conviction and faith.
We believe in one true God Ė a living entity, who reveals Himself to mankind in three forms.
We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is eternal, His existence has neither a beginning nor an end.
We believe that God has endowed mankind with a free will. The fall into sin was an independent choice and because of this the anger of God in relation to man has basis and is completely just. Disobedience in Eden changed human nature: man died for God and came alive for sin.
We believe in the necessity of church sacraments such as: the water baptism and communion. The first (water baptism) symbolizes the burial of the old man and his resurrection to a new life. The second (communion) proclaims the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We believe in a new birth from the Spirit of God and also in baptism by the Holy Spirit with the sign of speaking in other tongues. But, we consider being born again to be sufficient for eternal life. Though, we find the baptism of the Spirit to be necessary for the fulfillment of your assignment on earth, as it is written "The Spirit of God is upon me, for He has anointed MeÖ" and further on in this verse the ministry of Jesus for which God anointed Him is shown. Godís prophets were anointed by the Spirit of God for a certain ministry, which they could only bring into realization because of the gifts, wisdom from God and special power from above.
We believe in the doctrine of consecration as necessary systematic preventive maintenance for everyone who believes in Jesus Christ. Being admonished by the Holy Spirit through the Holy Scriptures and receiving, through faith, cleansing through the sacrificial blood of Jesus Christ we establish due holiness within ourselves before God. We acknowledge that holiness is an element of Godís nature and not mankindís self-perfection; having once received it as a gift, we attempt to preserve it in our life before God.
We believe in the special ministry of the church on earth, expressed by Christ in the great commission; "Therefore go and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things, whatever I commanded you" Matthew 28:19-20. By means of spiritual gifts and a life changed by Christ, as well as charity and virtue, Christians spread the Good News and the love of God on earth, calling the world to salvation.
We believe in the inner ministry of the church as a spiritual home by way of the workings of each member through the edification of themselves in love. God uses Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers, so that all of the saints would be perfected to the full measure of the stature of Christ.
We believe in divine healing as an integral part of the gospel in action, for it is written that the Word of God will be followed by signs and wonders. (Mark 16:17-18)
We believe in, so called, divine hope, that those who die in Christ will be quickened and rise and from the grave and remain forever with the Lord in Heaven.
We believe in the thousand year reign and the last judgment and also "await a new heaven and a new earth, upon which righteousness dwells".