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He who seeks will find. He who knocks will be opened.


We believe in God the Father

to his Son, Jesus Christ,

and in the Holy Spirit.

  "Who seeks will find"

(Matthew 7:8 and Luke 11:10).


When someone goes in search of God, God is happy to be found - God promises us that.


The following texts from the Bible confirm this:

  • “The LORD is with you when you are with him; and if you seek him, he will be found by you; but if you forsake him, he will also forsake you!” (2 Chronicles 15:2; Schl)

  • “You will seek and find Me when you will long for Me with all your heart; and I will be found by you, says the LORD. And I will turn your destiny and gather you from all nations and from all places to which I have cast you, says the LORD; and I will bring you back to the place from which I brought you.” (Jeremiah 29:13-14; Schl)

  • "Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you!" (James 4:8 a; Schl)


God loves His children and He delights in our spending time with Him. We can do this by reading the Bible, when we praise and praise Him, when we worship Him. The Creeds (the Apostles and Nicene Creeds) show what Christians believe.

  • God sacrificed His Son Jesus for us on the cross so that we could be set free from our sins and guilt.

  • With the sacrifice He redeemed us from the power of Satan.

  • God wants us to repent and repent.

  • He rejoices in every child that returns to Him (parable of the prodigal Luke 15:11-32)    


The Bible, the Word of God or the Holy Scriptures, with the Old and New Testaments, serve as a basis for us Christians (followers of Jesus of Christ).

Wer suchet, der findet.

Our creed

We believe in the God YHWH. He alone is the Eternal and Holy God. YHWH is our heavenly Father.  He is the Almighty Creator of heaven and earth. (In Hebrew  שָׁמַיִם -shamayim indicates multiple heavens).

Remember: God (YHWH) alone is the Holy Father for his children. (John 17:11)


We believe in God's only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, who became man without sin through the virgin birth (Isa. 7:14). Jesus led a sinless life on this earth (Joh 8:46) and gave his life on the cross on Golgotha as a vicarious sacrifice pleasing to God (Eph.5:2; Joh:10:17-18). He rose bodily from the dead on the third day (Matthew 28:1-10) and after forty days ascended into heaven (Acts 1:9-10) and now reigns at the right hand of God (Acts 7:55). .

Remember: Jesus Christ (Yeshua ha Mashiach) alone is the Mediator between God and man (1 Tim. 2:5; Heb. 9:15).

​We believe in the Holy Spirit (this is the Spirit of God; Ruah haKodesch), who convinces people of sin, of sin, righteousness and judgment (John 16:8-11) and us leads to all truth and which works true repentance and faith, making believers children of God (Jn.3:5-7) and at the same time baptizing them in  the body of Jesus Christ (1.Cor.12 13), sealed (Eph.1:13-14) and inhabited (1 Cor.6:19-20).

Remember: The Holy Spirit is our Comforter and Counselor. He is the Spirit of God.

We believe in ONE God who revealed HIMSELF in THREE different PERSONS (Trinity ) - God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit, but ONE is in BEING, in ESSENCE and in GLORY and YET are these three people are unmistakable in their PERSONALITIES. We believe that GOD YHWH, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit are NEVER at odds with one another and that they ALWAYS act in perfect agreement! You are NOT three gods, but you are ONE god! Three people form an inseparable being! God YHWH, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit only have one will. They always work together; every slightest act of one has the instant assent of the other. You could say the three agree on everything. Man consists of body, soul and spirit. In the same way, GOD is to be understood as only ONE, consisting of the Father, the Son and the Spirit.


​The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are equal (essentially equal) in power and glory. GOD the Father is functionally superior to Jesus and the Holy Spirit (both the Son and the Spirit are obedient to the Father).


We believe that all of Scripture (Old and New Testaments) is God's inspired Word (2 Tim. 3:16-17). The original scriptures are infallible, complete, sufficient, and of supreme, final authority (Matt. 4:3-11). The writers of the Holy Scriptures were people who were led and inspired by the Holy Spirit (2.Petr.1, 20+21). The words they wrote are God's infallible word in various human languages. We must interpret the words with the help of the Holy Spirit, taking into account the grammar, time and history of the time (1 Cor. 2:10 14).

Remember: The Holy Scriptures are only a certain excerpt from all the Scriptures inspired, written and composed by the Holy Spirit. Apocrypha are religious writings of Jewish or Christian origin from the period between about 200 BC and 400 AD that were not included in a biblical canon or there is disagreement about their affiliation, whether for reasons of content or religious policy, or because they were only published after completion of the canon were created or were not generally known at the time of its creation. This includes the Book of Enoch, the Book of Jubilees and much more

We believe in the forgiveness of sins. Jesus the Messiah is the substitutionary sacrifice at Calvary. We believe in the resurrection of the dead and eternal life. "Now this is eternal life, to know you, the only true God, and whom you sent, Jesus Christ." John 17:3Jesus died and rose from the dead. He is the first among us. After his ascension  he became our intercessing high priest (Phil. 2. 5-8; 1.Petr. 2, 24-25; Luk.24; Hebr. 4, 14-16; Acts 1 ,9-11). Even if Jesus died for our guilt, God the Father asks us:

Repent, repent! keep my commandments

especially the first and fourth commandments.

The 10 Commandments

(Exodus 20:1-17)

  • On March 7th, 321 AD under Constantine Sunday was established as a public holiday in honor of the sun god Sol.

  • 43 years after Constantine, the church put the "sanctity of Saturday/ Sabbath" on Sunday through the Council in Laodicea . (Ezek 22, 26 / Matt 15, 9/ Dan 7,25 / Isa 56, 3-8)

  • Under Augustine (356 -430 AD) the 10th commandments in the catechism of the church were changed. Two bids are missing. The fourth commandment has been changed. The 10th commandment became two commandments. (Ezek 22, 26 / Matt 15, 9 / Dan 7, 25).

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For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.

(John 3:16)

Unser Glaubensbekenntnis
Johannes 3:16
Die zehn Gebote
Umkehr und Buße
Jesus liebt dich!

Jesus loves you!

Do you believe that Jesus died for you on the cross (stake) so that the schools could forgive you? Then you have the promise that  will have eternal life.

He has given you the greatest possible gift. He was crucified for you and your guilt and paid the price for you so that you could be free. Will you accept it gratefully?

If you believe in Jesus Christ, you have eternal life and cannot lose your salvation. Since you are rescued from death, you remain saved. As a believer in Jesus, you cannot be separated from God unless you consciously turn against God. In John 11:26 Jesus says: "...and whoever lives and trusts in me will never die, not forever. Do you believe me?" You are God's child and He is your father. You can only do this by surrendering your life to Jesus Christ. In John 1:12+13 it says: (slaughterer)


 In John 1,12a and 13b (slaughterer) says:

But as many as received him (Jesus), to them he gave power to become children of God... they are born of God.

Ask Jesus into your life - he is the way, the truth and the life. (John 14:6) Jesus leads us back into the arms of our heavenly Father. He speaks and is the truth and he leads us to eternal life.

He died for us; he rose from the dead for us; he ascended into heaven; he sits at the right hand of God and from there he will come to judge the dead and the living.

Hold fast to him and his name. He is the rescue.

So that we are not alone, he sent us the Holy Spirit to comfort us, just like his first followers. He guides and guides us, he comforts us; he refreshes us; he gives us his fruit (Galatians 5:22); he builds us up.

surrender prayer

“When I felt lonely and abandoned, with no hope left, I cried out to God and He helped me in my need. I felt the dark cloud of sorrow lift from me and I was filled with God's light, warmth, peace . Do you want to be saved too? Then repeat the coming prayer.”

Dear Heavenly Father, I give you my life. I recognize that I am a sinner and that I have no way of being able to stand righteously before You, great and almighty God. But through Jesus Christ, your only begotten son, you have cleared the way so that I can come to you and have fellowship with you. I now accept this for myself. I accept that Jesus died for me, rose from the dead and now lives for me. I accept the sacrificial death of Jesus for me, which he suffered on my behalf on the cross of Golgotha. I thank his blood for my guilt. I willingly claim it. LORD, I repent for things I have done wrong knowingly or unknowingly. I ask you to lead me into a process of purification, sanctification and growth. I want to live differently than before. I want to live as it pleases you. Please let me grow and mature spiritually. I accept everything that Jesus has done for me. I accept him as my Lord, my Savior and Redeemer. I give you my life with all my worries, needs, fears, ailments, illnesses, pain, depression, self-reproach and all other negative qualities and sins. Please take control of my life. Please give me wisdom, truth and knowledge as well as your Holy Spirit and be my constant companion. Fill my heart and shape me the way you want me to be.   Thank you. In Jesus name amen

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