Doctrine of Baptism
Doctrines of Baptism, Doctrines of the Bible

Doctrines of the Bible IV

Greetings in the Name of Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,

I pray you have a blessed week.  This is the final week on the Doctrines of the Bible.  The doctrine of Water Baptism is for repentance.  The doctrine of Spirit baptism is done by Christ alone.  The doctrine of Suffering is not as acceptable or known as the other doctrines taught this month.  This week’s epistle is on the Doctrine of Baptism and to learn more on the final epistle on Doctrines of the Bible this month, click the hyperlink below:

Peace & Blessings,

Seer Apostle Nichole Reddick, Bishop of the Faith

Christian Liberty
Doctrine of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Scribes, Doctrines of the Bible

Doctrines of the Bible III

Greetings in the Name of Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,

I pray you have a blessed week. Doctrine of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Scribes are doctrines of Satan. Jesus called them the generation of vipers. There doctrine contains leaven which leaves the whole lump. Click the hyperlink below on Doctrines of the Bible III to read more on the Doctrine of the Pharisees, Sadducees, and Scribes:

Peace & Blessings,

Originating Pastor, Seer Apostle Nichole Reddick, Bishop of the Faith

Doctrine of Jesus Christ, Doctrines of the Bible

Doctrines of the Bible II

Greetings in the Name of Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,

I pray you have a blessed week. There are many doctrines in the Bible. The doctrine of Jesus Christ gives spiritual understanding from natural teachings. We need an ear to hear what the Spirit is saying through the teacher/preacher. The parables of his teachings are for believers to understand because they have eyes to see. Click the hyperlink below to read more on the Doctrine of Jesus Christ:

Peace & Blessings,

Originating Pastor, Seer Apostle Nichole Reddick, Bishop of the Faith

Doctrines of the Bible, What is Doctrine

Doctrines of the Bible

Greetings in the Name of Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,

I pray you have a blessed week. This month I am revisiting the teachings on the Doctrines of the Bible. These epistles over the next 4 weeks will help you understand what doctrine is, the different types in the Bible and why it is important to the Christian Faith. God’s doctrine will help us fortify and keep us strengthened in our hearts. Click the hyperlink below to learn more on Doctrines of the Bible:

Peace & Blessings,

Originating Pastor, Seer Apostle Nichole Reddick, Bishop of the Faith

Doctrines of the Bible

Doctrines of the Bible IV

Greetings in the Name of Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,

I pray you have had a blessed week.  In celebration of Memorial Day, I just wanted to remember all the martyred and deceased saints in the Army of the Lord that have gone on before us.  They have followed Christ in being an example to those of us who are left behind to preach and teach and share the gospel that others may have spiritual freedom as we do.  One day we will see them and we will rejoice together with them in heaven.  God is not the God of the dead but of the living.  So we must not weep but remember they are alive and well with God our Father and Savior Jesus Christ our Lord.  And to our military men and women who have died on the battle field but fought for our natural freedoms, let us remember them in the giving of their lives for our country.  They have also left us to cherish the freedoms we have today and an example to fight on behalf of liberty.

Our final epistle is on the Doctrine of Baptisms.  There are three types of baptisms discussed this week for your enlightenment and empowerment.  Open your heart and mind to receive of the Lord Jesus Christ.  Click to read:  052719.Doctines of the Bible IV.

Peace & Blessings,

Christ’s Ambassador and Originating Pastor, Nichole Reddick, Elder in the Faith