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  1. We place our faith in the sole living God—the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—the Creator of both Heaven and Earth (Genesis 1:1; Deuteronomy 6:4; Isaiah 42:5).

  2. Our belief centers on the eternal existence of the one true God in three distinct persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These three, united as one God, share equal status in terms of divinity, power, and glory.

  3. We hold that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Son of God, the long-awaited Messiah for Israel, and the Redeemer of all humanity. According to the prophecy of Isaiah, Yeshua sacrificed His life to atone for our sins (Isaiah 7:14, 9:6-7; 53:4-10; Psalm 16:9-11).

  4. Our conviction is that salvation is exclusively by grace, through faith alone, in Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah) alone (John 14:6). No human effort or merit can earn the gift of salvation (Isaiah 64:6, John 6:29, John 14:6).

  5. We regard the Torah as the inspired Word of God, free from error in its original form, along with the Prophets (Nevi'im) and the Writings (Ketuvim), as well as the Brit Chadasha (New Covenant) as outlined in Jeremiah 31:31-34. Together, these constitute the comprehensive revelation of God's plan for humanity's redemption (Numbers 12:6-8; Isaiah 8:20; 2 Timothy 3:16, 17).

  6. We firmly believe that anyone, regardless of being Jewish or Gentile, who places genuine faith in Messiah Yeshua as Savior and Redeemer, receives immediate forgiveness of sins and becomes a child of God. This salvation is a divine gift and not attainable through human efforts or deeds.

  7. We emphasize that there is only one pathway to salvation, irrespective of one's background, whether Jewish or Gentile (as previously mentioned).

  8. Our faith rests in the incarnation of God the Son as Yeshua (Jesus), the promised Messiah of Israel. He was conceived by the Spirit of God and born of the Jewish virgin Miriam (Mary). We affirm both His full deity and complete humanity, His sinless life, and the miraculous nature of His actions. We believe that Yeshua's death served as the ultimate sacrifice for humanity's sins, His resurrection occurred on the third day, and His glorious return will establish His physical kingdom on Earth.

Regarding the Scriptures:

  1. We hold that the Scriptures, encompassing both the Hebrew Bible (Tenakh) and the New Testament (Chadashah), derive from God's divine inspiration and serve as His comprehensive revelation to humanity. The 66 books of the Bible are unequivocally true and authoritative, guiding our doctrine, rather than relying on human traditions, even those of esteemed ancient sages.

Concerning God:

  1. We affirm the Shema, which acknowledges, "Hear, O Israel! The Lord our God, the Lord is One." The term "One" implies a complex unity—God exists as one but manifests in three distinct persons. Thus, we hold that God is a Triune being: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. He possesses infinite perfection, eternally existing in three co-equal persons, each embodying the essence of deity while retaining individual personality traits.

  2. As the Creator of the universe, God holds the role of "The Father" over all of creation, asserting His sovereignty. He stands as the exclusive God and King of Israel, designating the Jewish people and the nation of Israel as uniquely His own. He is the Father of Messiah Yeshua, who He sent to redeem humanity, and serves as the Father of all those who place their trust in His gracious provision.

Concerning the Holy Spirit:

  1. We affirm the personhood of the Ruach HaKodesh (The Holy Spirit), attributing to Him the distinct attributes of both deity and personality. We believe that the Spirit of God regenerates, seals, and assists believers in leading holy lives. At the moment of salvation, every believer receives the presence of the Spirit within the body of Messiah, with the Spirit permanently dwelling in the new believer

Replacement Theology, Dispensationlism, Allegorical Interpretation.

 1.Replacement Theology destroys

the identity and distinction of Israel    as well as their calling.Romans 11:29.


 2. Dispensationalism destroys  the

the urgency of reaching the Jewish people as taught in Romans 1:16.


3. Allegorical Interpretation  destroys the distinction of the Wife  of Jehovah (Israel) and the Bride of Christ (New Testament Church).It removes from the Scriptures Gods covenant promises for Israel and the  Jewish people. 

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