An Ordained Anointed Minister of Jesus Christ to Minister His Gospel, to this online Church; House of the Nazarene, To spread the Good News of Salvation to the four corners of the Earth.

He is the One who reveals the Father. In addition to that, unless the Father reveals Him, no one will know the Son except the Father and so there is this mutuality. You are not going to recognize Me unless it has been granted that you recognize Me. As also witnessed in Peter’s Confession of Christ. Simon Peter answered, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Jesus replied, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah! For this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by My Father in heaven.
They are still culpable if they choose to reject Him because there is a choice that is being made. The Scriptures never eradicate or eliminate human responsibility and free will that He gave all of His creation. That is why, in verse 28, He gives this offer, “Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.” So, He describes in Matthew the fact that He offers them rest and in this metaphor, He describes the fact that He offers them guidance and provision and protection and care and intimacy. There is a portrait of that intimacy that He enjoyed with His Father and that He is offering to us. Jumping ahead for a minute, turn to John 17:21 and there we will see something of that; His prayer on our behalf is “That they may all be one; even as You, Father, are in Me and I in You, that they may also be in Us, so that the world may believe that You sent Me.” One of the deepest mysteries in all of Scripture is that Jesus is desiring that we will enjoy, somehow, the fellowship that is already being enjoyed among the persons of the Trinity. Just as the Father is in the Son and the Son is in the Father, but they are not each other, so Christ, the Son, is in us and we are in the Son, but we are not each other. There is that mystery, and so it is also, that the Father makes His dwelling in us, and so does the Spirit of God, as we see in John 16 which is what the House of the Nazarene is based on in name and in practice.
Let me take a moment to clarify some questions that have arisen because there is a denomination called Nazarene, and our churches name is, The House of The Nazarene. so, the question was ‘are we of the denomination Nazarene?’ The simple answer is no, however there are many teachings from the Nazarene’s as well as the Baptist’s and Pentecostals that we adhere to, so, since we adhere to the teachings originally taught by Jesus, Paul and the rest of the Apostles, we are considered non-denominational because there isn’t one set of teachings that would set us in a denomination, I hope that makes not only sense but also answers the question. Now, so why the name? Mentioning this part of the deepest mysterious Scripture and remembering that Jesus was considered a Nazarene, and so Christ, the Son, is in us and we are in the Son. The Lord gave me the name of our church as we know it today: The House of The Nazarene. Paul called our body a tent or a house and the Nazarene lives in us. So, we are that are born again are houses of the Nazarene! So, there is a deep and abiding and profound intimacy that we as the church, or the bride of Christ are invited to enjoy!

All Christians have, in profession at least, received Jesus Christ the Lord, consented to him, and taken him for theirs. We cannot be built up in Christ, or grow in him, unless we are first rooted in him, or founded upon him. Being established in the faith, we must abound therein, and improve in it more and more. God justly withdraws this benefit from those who do not receive it with thanksgiving; and gratitude for his mercies is justly required by God.

There is a philosophy which rightly exercises our reasonable faculties; a study of the works of God, which leads us to the knowledge of God, and confirms our faith in him. But there is a philosophy which is vain and deceitful; and while it pleases men’s fancies, hinders their faith: such are curious speculations about things above us, or no concern to us. Those who walk in the way of the world, are turned from following Christ. We have in Him the substance of all the shadows of the ceremonial law. All the defects of it are made up in the gospel of Christ, by his complete sacrifice for sin, and by the revelation of the will of God.

To be complete, is to be furnished with all things necessary for salvation. By this one word “complete,” is shown that we have in Christ whatever is required. “In him,” not when we look to Christ, as though he were distant from us, but we are in him, when, by the power of the Spirit, we have faith wrought in our hearts by the Spirit, and we are united to our Head. The circumcision of the heart, the crucifixion of the flesh, the death and burial to sin and to the world, and the resurrection to newness of life, set forth in baptism, and by faith wrought in our hearts, prove that our sins are forgiven, and that we are fully delivered from the curse of the law.

Through Christ, we, who were dead in sins, are quickened. Christ’s death was the death of our sins; Christ’s resurrection is the quickening of our souls. The law of ordinances, which was a yoke to the Jews, and a partition-wall to the Gentiles, the Lord Jesus took out of the way. When the substance was come, the shadows fled. Since every mortal man is, through the hand-writing of the law, guilty of death, how very dreadful is the condition of the ungodly and unholy, who trample under foot that blood of the Son of God, whereby alone this deadly hand-writing can be blotted out! Let not any be troubled about bigoted judgments which related to meats, or the Jewish solemnities.

The setting apart a portion of our time for the worship and service of God, is a moral and unchangeable duty, but had no necessary dependence upon the seventh day of the week, the Sabbath of the Jews. The first day of the week, or the Lord’s day, is the time kept holy by Christians, in remembrance of Christ’s resurrection. All the Jewish rites were shadows of gospel blessings.

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The Secret Testimony that Overcomes the Enemy

What We Believe

  1. What We Believe: Introduction
  2. How the Bible Was Written
  3. Why Believe the Bible?
  4. The God of the Bible
  5. The Human Race: Its Creation, History, and Destiny The Creation of Man
  6. The Jew and the Gentile Background of the Jew in the Old Testament
  7. Jesus Christ: Messiah and Savior
  8. What Must I Do to Be Saved?
  9. God’s Provision of a Complete Salvation
  10. The Gifts of the Holy Sprit
  11. The Filling of the Holy Spirit
  12. Spiritual Power
  13. When Christ Comes for the Church
  14. Major Events Preceding the Second Coming of Christ
  15. The Second Coming of Christ and the Millennial Kingdom
  16. What Will Heaven Be Like?


God’s Plan of Salvation

The House of The Nazarene’s Fundamental Beliefs

House of the Nazarenes Creeds

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