What Is Apostolic Pentecostal?
Apostolic Pentecostal is a church based on the Christian Bible that believes members should lead lives that follow explicit passages and principles from the Bible. Members of the Apostolic Pentecostal church follow the Scriptures, and their set of beliefs includes a fundamental doctrine for full salvation from sin.
The Apostolic Pentecostal doctrine consists of repentance, baptism by water immersion to release sins and speaking with other tongues. Members also believe that the Bible is the word of God and a salvation authority for those adhering to a Christian way of life. Additionally, Apostolic Pentecostals believe that there is only one God and Jesus Christ is his son; together they represent God and man as a result of Jesus' flesh manifestation.
The Apostolic Pentecostal church claims that everyone needs salvation because they have sinned, and that they can only be saved through their faith of believing the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. This church teaches the Gospel that Jesus died for their sins and rose again after being buried. By being repentant, members follow the Gospel and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. By living a Christian life, loving God and others, members live an outward and inward holy life everyday. Lastly, Apostolic Pentecostal members believe that Jesus Christ is coming again for final judgment to give eternal life to those who are worthy.