Command Church Statement of Faith

The difference between our faith vs any other made up faith in the world.

1 Corinthians 4:20 - For the kingdom of God is not in word but in power. The word power here ​is dunamis which means (miraculous) power, might, strength. Every other religion or faith talks ​words but they don’t have the power to heal the sick, cast out demons or raise the dead. They ​can’t even talk to the rain and tell the rain to stop raining. We have the ability to do the ​impossible because it says whatsoever things you desire when you pray believe that you ​receive them and you shall have them in Mark 11:23-24 and whoever believes on the Lord ​Jesus Christ shall not be put to shame in Romans 10:11.

Scriptural Authority

We affirm that the Scriptures, as the breath of God, serve as the definitive guide for Christian ​life and practice. These Scriptures stand unbroken and are fulfilled through Jesus Christ. The ​Old Testament foreshadows the fullness revealed in the New Testament. Through the teachings ​of the Apostles, we understand Christ's work in and through us. (2 Timothy 3:16-17; Hebrews ​1:1-3; John 10:35; Matthew 5:19, 19:17; 1 John 2:3-4; Psalm 8:4-6; Matthew 9:8; Ephesians ​4:15)

Humanity's Divine Image

At Command Church, we hold a fundamental belief that humanity is composed of spiritual ​beings temporarily dwelling in earthly bodies, each with a soul. The soul serves as the seat of ​our carnal mind, where emotions, feelings, and thoughts find their abode. The physical body, ​often referred to as the flesh, serves as the vessel that cloaks the invisible spirit, bestowing ​life upon our earthly existence.

In our conviction, every man and woman is meticulously crafted in the image of God, reflecting ​His divine attributes. This intrinsic likeness to our Creator is woven into the very fabric of our ​being.The human body, or flesh, operates primarily through the five senses—taste, smell, ​vision, hearing, and touch. These senses enable us to interact with the physical world around ​us.However, it is the spirit within us that embodies our true essence. When our earthly journey ​comes to an end, our spirit lives on, destined for either the eternal bliss of Heaven or the ​somber depths of Hell.

We believe that as Christians, we become new spiritual creations, and our spirit possesses a ​spiritual mind. Our mission at Command Church is to assist fellow believers in bridging the gap ​between their perfect spirit and their carnal mind, renewing their thoughts and attitudes to ​become more Christ-like on Earth. It is through the alignment of our renewed minds and bodies ​with the Spirit of God that divine works manifest in our lives, allowing God to operate ​effectively through us to impact the world for His glory. (Romans 5:12; John 3:16; Romans ​5:8; John 14:12)

Humanity's Downfall

Despite our willful defiance and fall, Christ's sacrificial death offers us redemption. Our ​righteousness alone is insufficient; we must profess the righteousness of Christ as our ​redemption. (Romans 5:12; John 3:16; Romans 5:8; Ephesians 2:8)


Even while engulfed in sin, Christ's sacrificial death offers us redemption. Our own ​righteousness is insufficient; we must seek God, professing the righteousness of Christ as our ​solitary redemption. (John 3:16; Romans 5:8; Ephesians 2:8)

Divine Empowerment through the Holy Spirit

We profess that the Holy Spirit emboldens believers to lead a life honoring God, emulate ​Christ's deeds, and cater to humanity's needs. (John 14:12; 16:7-16; Acts 1:8)

The Earthly Church: Christ's Body

We understand the earthly church as encompassing all who embrace the Spirit of Christ. It ​represents Christ's body on earth, continually evolving to reflect Him. (Romans 8:9; Ephesians ​1:23; 4:12-16)

God's Judgement

We believe judgment rests with Jesus, as God presently withholds judgment. Although there is ​a designated Day of Judgment, it remains in the future. (John 5:22; 12:47-48; Acts 17:30-31; ​1 Corinthians 6:2)

Grace and Renouncing Fruitless Actions

The grace, manifested through Jesus Christ, beckons all towards faith in Him. This grace ​encompasses both the chance and the capacity granted to humanity to seek repentance and ​embrace Christ for the absolution of sins. Turning away from fruitless deeds implies renouncing ​any action that one might deem worthy of God's favor or salvation. (John 1:16, 17; Romans ​11:6; Hebrews 6:1; 9:14)

The Divine Trinity

We profess our belief in the Triune God: The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, each distinct yet ​equally divine, embodying the fullness of deity. (1 John 5:7-8; Matthew 1:20-25; 2 Corinthians ​13:14)

Spiritual Beings: Adversaries and Protectors

We acknowledge the existence of the Devil, our spiritual adversary, alongside spirit entities ​known as demons and angels. They hold significant roles within the spiritual realm. (1 Peter ​5:8; Matthew 8:16; Mark 16:17; Hebrews 1:7, 13-14)

The Nature of Sin

Sin, in essence, is the absence of faith. Yet, we rejoice in the belief that our transgressions are ​forgiven and not counted against us. And, in moments of weakness, our advocate, Jesus Christ, ​stands ready to purify us. (Romans 4:8; 6:14; 14:23; 1 John 1:9-2:1)

The Process of Sanctification

In receiving Christ, we also receive sanctification, for He embodies it. Our spiritual journey in ​Christ is one of continuous growth in grace and a deeper commitment to holiness. (1 ​Corinthians 1:30; 1 Thessalonians 4:3; 2 Thessalonians 2:13; 1 Peter 1:2; 2 Peter 3:18)

Healing Through Christ's Sacrifice

We uphold the belief in Divine Healing. God's power can heal both the mind and body. Christ's ​sacrifice encompasses healing for all, making it not only possible but a divine mandate for ​Christians to facilitate healing, always and for everyone. (Psalm 103:2; Isaiah 53:4; Matthew ​8:16-17; 1 Peter 2:24; John 14:12)


We believe, as Scripture attests, that by Jesus' wounds we have been healed. Grounded in the ​holy passages of Isaiah 53:5, Matthew 8:17, and 1 Peter 2:24, our faith maintains that ​believers can reside in a continuous state of divine health, protected from illness and affliction. ​Yet, even as our earthly journey may occasionally bring minor mishaps or unforeseen events, ​we fervently counteract any profound misfortune and assert God's shield over all disciples in ​the powerful name of Jesus. Embracing and cherishing this truth, we confide in His pledge of ​restoration and safeguard. Additionally, we affirm that just as faith in the sanctity of Jesus' ​blood is essential for the gracious gift of salvation, similarly, faith in His broken body bestows ​upon believers the free gift of divine health. Nonetheless, to truly receive these divine ​blessings, one must approach with unwavering faith, avoiding a double-minded stance towards ​God and His Word (James 1:8). We do not force or advise anyone to stop taking medication or ​to stop following advice from medical professionals however we give people the Bible truth and ​knowledge which then gives them an opportunity to choose which knowledge they want to ​serve. We provide factual information about the Bible and general advice and then personal ​advice to those who desire personal advice on the Holy Bible's opinions about one's choices and ​those people who want personal advice on their current situation then we provide it if they ​come to us for knowledge about God's word with their consent.

The Ministry's Role

God has appointed specific individuals to guide and nurture the Body of Christ on earth. These ​leaders, entrusted with the growth and well-being of the faithful, are to lead until the church ​matures in Christ's likeness. (Ephesians 4:11-15; Acts 20:28; 1 Peter 5:1-3)

Unwavering Faith in God

Our faith leans not on our understanding but on God's promises and His unwavering ​faithfulness. We place our trust not in the strength of our faith, but in God's commitment to ​fulfill His Word. (Mark 11:22-23; Hebrews 6:1; 11:11; 2 Timothy 2:13)

Bible Teaching

We are committed to teaching from Bibles that provide accurate and contextual representation ​of the Scriptures, often referring to the Greek definitions as found in Strong's Concordance for ​clarity. While we respect all translations, we do not utilise versions like the NIV that may omit ​verses, such as Mark 11:26. Our intention is not to be overly particular but rather to ensure ​that our teachings deliver the comprehensive and true essence of God's Word.

Christian Mission

We believe that the Christian Mission, rooted in Scripture, is to: Love the Lord our God with all ​our heart, soul, and mind, and to love our neighbor as ourselves. This love is actualised by ​treating others as we wish to be treated. Our deep affection for both God and humanity is ​showcased by multiplying and nurturing disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, both within our ​borders and abroad, employing all methods affirmed in the Holy Scriptures. (Matt. 7:11-29; ​Matt. 28:18-20)



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