What we believe: The Triune God
The triune (tri= three; une= one) nature of God is the first great mystery of the Christian Faith. We worship the one and only true God- The Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. God exists in one essence as three distinct persons (see Deuteronomy 6:4-5). The three persons are consubstantial with one another- that is they are not three gods, nor are there three parts of God (modalism), but they are three persons within one Godhead. The Son is eternally begotten from the Father, and the Spirit proceeds eternally from the Father and the Son. All three persons are worthy of worship and praise, and are equal in authority, with distinct roles.
God is infinite, eternal, immutable, impassible, and ineffable. He cannot divide against Himself. He is the source of all goodness, truth, beauty, love and life; he is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, meaning He is all-powerful, He knows all things, and He is present everywhere. God is the creator of all things, and everything exists for His glory alone. He created us, in His own imagine, for relationship with Him, forever. Because of this, He and He alone is worthy of our love, reverence, and obedience, at the loss of all other things.
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