Our Church Doctrine

                                   What we believe and teach.



What We Believe and Teach

Our Basis Union


          We recognize that Jesus' blood was shed for the remission

          of sin (Romans 3:25) and for the regeneration of penitent

          sinners, and for salvation from sin and sinning (1 John 5:10,

          Eph. 1:1-10)


          We further recognize 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)


          We believe that entire sanctification is an instantaneous,

          definite, second work of grace obtainable by faith on the

          part of the fully consecrated believer.


          We believe also that entire sanctification destroys and

          eradicates the desire to sin. (Romans 6:6; Hebrews 13:12;

          I John 1:29, St. John 17:17-19, Isaiah 6:18; I Thessalonians

          5:23, Acts 26:18, Romans 3:24-28, Ephesians 4:5)


          We believe that the 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, one faith, and one baptism as

          recorded in Ephesians 4:5.  For the divine baptism of God

          is two fold with the Holy Ghost and with fire.


          We believe also in divine healing of the total person as

          the atonement (Matthew 8:16-17; Mark 16:16-18;

          James 5:14-20; Luke 11:14).


          We believe in the second coming of Christ (individuals

          becoming aware of the Christ as a continuous development

          that lead to or into perfection).  According to the revealed

          light of the Scripture St. John14:19; I John 4:1-8;

          Revelations 14:6; II Corinthians 5:15;Matthew 5:48.


          Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ is utterly

          opposed to all doctrine that is contrary to God's written

          and revealed word as it relates to the basis of union.


          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 the regulations of the church

          and kingdom.