How we define God!


How we define God, is how we will live our lives!

We believe God is Love and so loves the world (John 3:16). We believe God’s love was given to us as a “gift” (Ephesians 2:8-9); given to the world by the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus, The Christ. The arrow you see can be seen as the basis of our definition of God:





Because God came down, in the person of Jesus, we believe we do not have to, and can’t, “go up” to earn God’s grace. We cannot do enough to atone for our sin against God, or, atone for all our sins against each other. Knowing God’s love came down to the world, giving us eternal life, here and now, and forever, we also believe, even though we don’t have to do anything to earn God’s grace, we firmly believe in doing all we can to live God’s love (Ephesians 2:10, Matthew 28:19-20), to help all people know God’s amazing grace; giving us all more hope and peace. If you are new to our understanding of God and God’s grace and have any questions, please leave a comment below.


  1. So what is going to be the sign of the devil that is on the right hand or forehead?

  2. Thanks for your question. First of all, the Book of Revelation is a very difficult book to understand. John wrote to his Churches who were going through the very difficult time of persecution - for being a Christian. He wrote with images and symbolism “they” would readily understand - to give them hope - in the midst of being persecuted; while at the same time, not specifically naming their main persecutor who would have them killed. Many believe the “666” the Book of Revelation speaks of, is not about a spiritual antichrist out to destroy the world, people, or God. Again, many believe, it was about a person, specifically the Roman emperor, Nero. People of that time “had” to have the mark of the emperor on them, somewhere, to be able to buy and sell their goods; to live. Hence, the sign of 666 was symbolism for evil, of oppression, of hate. I believe the overall message of the Book of Revelation, is, God’s love for the world, for people, who are in the midst of being persecuted by evil people. Throughout Revelation there are many references of hope for people, because of what Jesus did on His Cross and at His resurrection to defeat the power of sin, evil, and death, forever, giving all people hope because God has already won our victory. From that viewpoint, in my estimation, besides the gospels, the Book of Revelation is one of the greatest pictures of God’s love for the world in the Bible. Here is a good book to read to learn more about this view of God’s love in Revelation: Revelation by M. Eugene Boring. Again, thank you for your question.