Our God is mighty to save. Isaiah says, “Behold the Lord’s hand is not shortened, that he cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear: But your iniquities (evilness or sins) have separated between you and your God, and your sins have hid his face from you, that he will not hear” (Isaiah 59:1-2). Just as it was in Isaiah’s day, it is still just as true today, that your sins will separate you from the Lord. Jesus talking to His disciples said, “I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am He, ye shall die in your sins” (John 8:24). Only the word of God can save us. Are you interested in knowing what the Bible tell us to do in order to be saved from your sins. Click on the picture above to learn more.
...to the Rich Creek Virginia Church of Christ Website. During our services we
will not ask you to do anything, nor embarrass you . We do encourage you to join us in
our singing. We offer Free Private Home Bible Studies & Lessons! Video Lessons &
Tracts! We hope to have the privilege of meeting you soon.! If you are in our area
please come and visit us.
What does the church of Christ Believe?
That's a really good question and we are very glad you are here so that we can give you
an answer to that. This is a brief summary of what we believe. We hope you find it of
interest and after reading, seek to look a little deeper into the matter.
First of all, we believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that He established only one
church in New Testament times and that the membership of this one church was made
up of Christians only. When you look around today you see a whole host of different
denominations out there, each one with its own specific belief on doctrinal issues.
Several of them have differing teachings on what one must do in order to live a pleasing
life before God and to inherit an eternal home with Him in heaven. These different
beliefs and teachings are where the concern comes from. Since we cannot come back
from the grave and get a second chance to live an acceptable life, we believe that being
on the path that God has prescribed for us is of utmost importance. Our eternal destiny
depends on whether or not we get it right.
We recognize the Bible as the inspired, inerrant word of God which is our sole authority
for what we practice, what we teach and how we live. We believe the old testament was
the authority for those who lived before Jesus Christ died on the cross. We believe the
new testament is the authority for those living after the death of Christ and is given by