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The is the earliest statement of belief that is known.

We prefer to simply accept the Word of (The ) as the final authority in all things regarding the faith.  Still, this credal statement is as pure a summary of the Biblical view as can easily be found.  It is accepted by most denominations.

 

 

A version of the

Apostolic Creed

We believe in G-d, the Father El Shaddai,

creator of heaven and earth.

We believe in Y’shua haMeshiach, his only Son,

our Lord,

who was conceived by the Ruach haKodesh,

born of the Virgin Miriam,

suffered under Pontius Pilate,

was crucified, died, and was buried;

he descended into sheol.

On the third day he rose again;

he ascended into heaven,

he is seated at the right hand of the Father,

and he will come to judge the living and the dead.

We believe in the Ruach haKodesh,

the fullness of the Body of Meshiach,

the communion of saints,

the forgiveness of sins,

the resurrection of the body,

and the life everlasting.      Amen.

 

Borrowed with

permission from

Todah Yisrael

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3 Responses to What we believe

  • Amen and Amen, beautifully worded, Praise and glory to YHWH and Yahushua.

  • yes my wife and i love the fellowship good teaching and worship you will have to try to come over some g-d bless

  • Shalom,
    I live in Gaston, (Scotland) , and have no messianic congregation nearby.
    As messianic believers,do we still have to give the Maasser? ( what is called tithes in most churches today?). I understand that our Lord Yeshua asks us to remember the poor, however can anyone explain to me what is supposed to be the tithes for us today? are we still bound to give it to a pastor? a church?.

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