The Israel of God is a Bible Study Class. Our purpose is to teach the uncut word of God according to the Prophets (Old Testament) and the Apostles (New Testament). We observe the Lord’s Sabbath Day, the Lord’s Feast Days (as outlined in Leviticus 23rd chapter), and the Lord’s Dietary Law (as outlined in Leviticus 11th chapter). We teach and observe the Royal Law, which is the Ten Commandments.
We also believe in the resurrection and that Jesus is the King of Israel who will rule over the House of Jacob forever. We believe Jesus is the God of all people and his house “shall be a house of prayer for all people”. (Isaiah 56:7)
Statement of Beliefs
God is the eternal, all-powerful, supreme creator and sustainer of the entire universe. God is one, composed of spirit and comprising a family presently consisting of two spirit beings with all power: God the Father and Jesus Christ the Son. God is a loving, kind, merciful God who wants to share His magnificent existence by reproducing Himself through man.
Jesus of Nazareth is the Christ, the Son of God, the Holy One of Israel. He was the prophesied Messiah of the Old Testament and is described in the New Testament as being God in the Flesh. As the second member of the Godhead, He has existed throughout eternity as the “Word”. He divested Himself of this power and His majesty and became a human being to die for the sins of all mankind as our loving and merciful Savior. He was then resurrected by God the Father and ascended to heaven to become our High Priest. Jesus Christ shall return to establish the Kingdom of God on earth, and rule as King of Kings with His saints forever in Jerusalem.
The whole Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God containing His plan of salvation, and the record of His participation in history. The Bible is God’s revelation of knowledge that man cannot discover for himself. It is the foundation of knowledge, and man’s instruction manual of life. The Old and New Testaments comprise God’s written Word, which forms the basis of a true Christian as taught by the church.
Dress Code for Sisters
Please wear a head covering, such as a hat, scarf, etc. This is required. Do not wear pants, shorts, skorts, mini or tight-fitting bottoms, halter tops of any kind or revealing splits.
Please wear modest apparel only. Click here for an explanation on the head covering.
Dress Code for Brothers
Please remove any head covering upon entering the building and while in the building. Do not wear sleeveless shirts, short pants, tight-fitting pants, fleece jogging pants or any other revealing pants. Younger brothers: Please wear belts on your pants and pull them up on your waist, tuck your shirt tail in your pants, and if you’re wearing overalls, wear the straps on the shoulders.