A Summary Doctrinal Statement

The Book

We believe the King James Bible to be Read More...a faithful translation of the inspired Word of God, preserving it for the English speaking world. We also recognize that the underlying original language texts are valuable as aids in interpretation and application. ...Read Less

The Blood

We believe the shed blood of Christ is Read More...the only basis of our redemption. It is the all sufficient and exclusive provision for the sins of the world (Hebrews 9:12, 22)....Read Less

The Blessed Hope

We believe that Christ is comingRead More... back to the earth, at the end of the Seven Year Tribulation Period, to establish His kingdom on earth (The Revelation 19, 20). But first, He shall come into the air above, just prior to that Tribulation Period, to catch away His Bride, the Church, in the event we term, "The Rapture" (I Thessalonians 4:13-17), also called the "Blessed Hope" (Titus 2:13). ...Read Less

Biblical Separation

We believe that a Christian has aRead More... perfect standing before God, in Christ, and should progressively bring his conduct into conformity to that honorable position (I Peter 1:14-16). Biblical separation, whether personal, or ecclesiastical, must not be defined by personal preferences, but by biblical commands and principles. ...Read Less


The news media is largely absorbed with coverage of the protests that occurred in Egypt, and are now spreading around the world. While the purpose of those in our own country is different, the idea and inspiration for the take over of State Houses in Wisconsin and Ohio, likely stems from the events in Egypt. Every day the media brings news of protests occurring in additional locations, and the fear of growing unrest in our own land.

All the events we are seeing now in unfolding history are the same as has been prophesied in the Word of God from the beginning. Detailed societal developments increase our understanding of the general prophecies, so that they are becoming clearer to us.

The severity of economic and political unrest in America fuels fears of the abandonment of problem solving through the political process, and the alternative Middle-East-inspired method of taking to the streets.

Where will it all lead, and end? The Word of God is clear, even in the midst of some details not yet so clear. Two things, among many, are very clear, and worth our consideration:

One, America will disappear from leadership on the international scene, in either one of two ways: She will either weaken politically, economically and militarily to the extent that she will no longer exercise the supremacy among nations she historically has, but will become just another unheard voice in the halls of the United Nations Assembly. Our nation’s continuing rejection of Christianity, and denial of the dangers of
Koran-believing[1] Muslims, could bring about her demise as a world leader, and find her committed to an ungodly path.

Or, she will be destroyed--annihilated from the world scene, through nuclear means.

Whether the first or the latter--or yet some other occurrence, which we can’t yet perceive--no one knows. But, we do know that all nations will turn to a path contrary to God. The Book of the Revelation, Chapter 18, makes it clear. Note the repeated phrase, “all nations,” in verses three and 23. We are told that “all nations” will follow the Antichrist, from his Iraqi headquarters in rebellion against God, and will be deceived by the ,Satan's Big Lie and the "Strong Delusion" which God will send. Whatever might be America’s state of existence, if at all, she will be in rebellion against God, and will fall under His judgment.

Two, Israel will be forsaken of all the nations, absolutely friendless in this world, and threatened with total annihilation.[2] Iran is doing the latter, now, but cannot carry out her threats. Israel will be brought to the place where she has no one to whom to turn, but God. When she does so, God will deliver her in the destruction of the Antichrist, and divine judgment upon all her enemies. This will occur at the Return of Christ to the Earth.

A very unique Old Testament Scripture verse declares the above truth, found in Isaiah 1:8. The prophet records God’s portrait of Israel abandoned and all alone. She is painted as a “cottage in a vineyard,” and as a “lodge in a garden of cucumbers.” The imagery is vivid, as one paints the picture in one’s mind. This lodge is Israel, and is surrounded by—not cucumber vines alone—for that is how it is now, with a view focused on the Middle East context. But, in that day, at the end, she will be surrounded by vines which are fully matured and loaded with fruit. The whole world is totally in opposition to her, and determined to rid earth of her presence, once for all. But the vines are loaded with fruit--it is harvest time, and the nations of earth are about to be plucked clean! Israel has disobeyed her God, and been chastised (note the context of the whole chapter), and it appears that she is done for. At the last minute, when it will appear that all is lost, the “besieged city” will be delivered by the powerful hand of her God—hallelujah!—our God!

These things will happen—regardless of whatever error may be found in my expressed views—just as our sovereign God says they will, and in accordance with His unchangeable plan. Observe the cucumbers, and make sure you are on His side!

[1] It is not radical Muslims whom we need fear, it is simply Koran-believing Muslims who take their guide book at face value.

[2] Ironically, it appears that our goal to see the Middle East democratized, honorable as that is, may backfire. It may be the very means by which popular vote will empower the enemies of Israel throughout that entire region.