Our direction has taken some interesting turns over time with study and an open mind. Today, the world at large denies that there is a God unless you subscribe to a heathen god, which is not so easy to recognise. Here, we take a non-worldly-religion approach to the Word of God, and we believe that God and his WORD, his son Jesus, have been set free and are not subject to human or institutional enslavement.
We do not put our trust in men but in God alone. His guidance and Word push us forward, and like the wind, you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. We adopt a fundamentalist view that everything written by God is for a reason, and so far, after many years on this journey, not a single thing has failed.
We do not subscribe to religion, but we wholeheartedly believe that the God of heaven created our world and everything in it. Through our study of the protestant Bible (66 books), The Apocrypha, The Testament of the twelve patriarchs, The book of Jubilees, The Book of Jasher, The Book of Enoch, and The Books of Baruch, we have concluded that the most important thing to do is to Worship God.
To worship God is to keep the temple of our body clean by keeping the commandments of God, glorifying God, fearing (reverencing) Him and showing the world through our image, who God is. By keeping the commandments, not simply by the letter, but by doing them with compassion and love of our neighbour (servants of God) as ourselves, we glorify God.
Why we follow God
Why do we follow these instructions?
To subscribe to any side, one must follow the instructions of that side. Looking at the world and its direction and then at God and his kingdom, we have chosen to serve God because of what he stands for. Justice, compassion, fairness, morality, freedom and righteousness are his kingdom’s foundation. He also has greater power than those in the world and offers a much better world. When facing these two choices, the decision is easy.
These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world. John 16:33
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