What We Believe And Teach
Father Elias Dempsey Smith
What We Believe!
Section 1 – We believe and acknowledge that Jesus’ blood was shed for the remission of sin (Romans 3:23-26), regeneration of penitent sinners from sin and sinning (I John 5:10, Ephesians 1:1-10).
Section 2 – We believe and acknowledge that Jesus’ blood was shed for sin and that the Christ, dwelling in the heart and mind of the justified believer, completely cleanses him from all indwelling sin and from its pollution subsequent to regeneration (Romans 3:24-28).
Section 3 – We believe that the entire sanctification process is an instantaneous, definite, second work of grace, obtainable by faith on the part of the fully consecrated believer.
Section 4 – We believe that the entire sanctification process destroys and eradicates the desire to sin (Romans 6:6; Hebrews 13:12; John 1:29;
John 17:17; 1 Thessalonians 5:23; Acts 26:18; Romans 3:24-28; Ephesians 4:5; Leviticus 11:44).
Section 5 – We believe that Baptism of the Holy Ghost and Fire is obtainable by a definite appropriation of faith on the part of the fully
cleansed believer (Matthew 3:11). The experience of Fire is dependent on the Holy Ghost. We believe in one Lord, on faith, and one baptism as
recorded in Ephesians 4:5. The divine baptism of God is two-fold, with the Holy Ghost and Fire.
Section 6 – We believe in divine healing of the total person as atonement (Matthew 8:16-17; Mark 16:16-18; James 5:14-20; Luke 11:14).
Section 7 – We believe in the second coming of Christ (individuals becoming aware of the Christ as a continuous development that leads to or into perfection), according to the revealed light of the scripture (John 14:19; I John 4:1-8; Revelation 14:6; 1 Corinthians 5:16; Matthew 5:48).
Section 8 – Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ is utterly opposed to all doctrines that are contrary to God’s Written and Revealed Word.
Section 9 – All members of Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ are granted the authority to worship God according to the dictation of their consciousness within the everlasting gospel subject to regulations of the Church and Kingdom.