“For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you 
except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.”
1 Corinthians 2:2 NIV

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Jesus Our Savior

Throughout this web site the words God and Jesus appear many times. We want to do our best to share who God is and about his son Jesus. We realize that not everyone who comes on this web site may agree with us or believe in the God of our faith. That is ok!  We ultimately want you to know that before you came on this web site you were thought about and prayed for.  


We believe in the existence of God ultimately by faith rather than by proof because, being infinite, and therefore beyond the reach of our finite minds, God can be known only by his revelation and not by our reason. We believe in the God of the universe. We believe he created the whole world and claim Psalm 19:1, “The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands”, as truth. Further investigate these passages: Genesis 1:1, Exodus 20:11, 1 Corinthians 8:6 and Psalm 33:6.


We believe in the man Jesus Christ. Jesus was born a little over 2000 years ago to a human mother in Bethlehem. He was born by natural birth to a virgin woman. God used a natural birth to demonstrate Jesus being fully human. He had a human body which felt human pain and human emotions. He experienced trials, tribulations and temptations just as we do. He experienced all of the natural pains known to man yet never had self-pity. He lived only to give glory to his Father.


We believe that Jesus was not only fully human but he was also fully God. He called God the “Father” and himself the “Son” in absolute terms, indicating that there existed between them a unique relationship. Jesus proclaimed to be “one” with the Father (God).  By being “one” with the Father, Jesus was saying He too was God.  In the book of John, Jesus stated to a crowd of people (around 32 AD) that He was “I Am”. Now, to us that may seem harmless. We may even question, “You are what”?  However, to those people, Jesus was claiming to be almighty God himself.  “I Am” is the personal name of God we know today as Yahweh. Wherever most English versions have LORD, the Hebrew reads “I Am”. Jesus said, “I Am”.  Before the beginning of time was “I Am”.  It required five centuries for the church to work out the details of Jesus’ true identity as supposed by the 1st century church. I don’t intend to persuade you with a few sentences of Jesus deity. I challenge you to read the first four books of the New Testament.  They make up hundreds of first hand accounts of Jesus and His divine nature. These people understood, decided and believed that Jesus was God in man form. All though out these four books, Jesus proclaims His “oneness” with God, His lordship and Him being the “author of life”. It wasn’t until later in His ministry that the authors of these books really believed.  


(Luke 1:5, Matthew 4:1-3, Matthew 6:27, Exodus 3:14,

John 8:58, John 7:28, John 5:36-37, the whole New Testament of the Bible)


We finally believe in the Holy Spirit. In John 16:7 Jesus promised to send to those who believed and followed Him a spirit. Not just any spirit but a spirit that contains the character of God himself. The Holy Spirit is given to those who have died to themselves and been raised up in the new life that only Jesus can give. The Bible says to be born “again” is to be born of the Spirit. Jesus Christ can now dwell in our hearts by faith in Him. This is the Holy Spirit!  We believe that God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are all one.


(John 3:6-8, 2 Corinthians 1:22, Ephesians 1:13; 3:16; 4:30, Romans 5:5; 8:9, 2 Corinthians 3:17-18, John 14:26; 15:26; 16:8, 13-14)


Closing:  We encourage you to seek God for who He is. If you seek Him you will find Him. Start by praying a simple prayer and find a Bible and begin reading in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). Then decide who Jesus really was and who He really is. Ultimately every person’s destiny depends on how he or she responds to Jesus’ claim to be “I Am.”