Statement of Beliefs

Mission Statement

After the events of 9/11, I started on a journey of seeking truth.  In doing so, it led me to believe that much of the world was a lie.  Our government and false flags, our money system, food, medicine, etc.  I realized that at some point this was all going to come crashing down.  I thought to myself, with so many lies in this world, there must surely be some truth.  This is where my journey in faith began, and I was ultimately saved by Jesus Christ in the summer of 2015.  Using the God given gifts of discernment and teaching, I use this platform to carry out my mission in leading as many souls to Christ as possible.  I do this through exposing the enemy and his deceitfulness, as well as armoring up the church through teachings on the Word of God.  My written testimony can be found here.  I will be video recording my personal testimony shortly.

Statement of Beliefs

Below are my primary doctrinal views on salvation.  There are several other theological beliefs, and will make those available over time.  On Point Preparedness does not belong to a particular denomination.  I feel that Christians stereotype each other once a denomination label as been applied.  I rather evaluate a person by their individual fruits to determine whether they are “In Christ” or not.


I believe that man was created in the image of God.  He sinned and thereby incurred physical and spiritual death.  All human beings are therefore born into a sinful nature and destined to death.

I believe that salvation comes only by grace through faith in Jesus Christ as your savior.  His blood acts as the pure and atoning sacrifice to wash you from your sin.  Salvation requires you to believe in your heart and profess with your tounge that Jesus Christ is Lord and was resurrected from the dead (Romans 10:10).  This, in effect, is full submission of your life over to Jesus Christ.  You’ve repented (turned away from) your sin, crucify your fleshly desires daily and follow him with all your heart.

I also believe that your faith calls you to obedience once the spirit has baptized you.  The very first act is through public baptism by water submersion (Matthew 28:19).  If a saved person who has come to know Christ willingly disobeys callings from God, that person can fall away from faith (Matthew 5:13 and may others).  We are to remain obedient until death and will then be given the crown of life (James 1:2).  This is a controversial opinion in the church, but I prove the legitimacy of this doctrine in the following three videos:

The God Head

I believe that the God head consists of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19).  Each one has a personhood and is uniquely different than another.  However, all present themselves in the full authority of God (Matthew 28:18).

God the Father

God as Father reigns with providential care over all creation according to the purposes of His grace. He is all powerful, all knowing, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in truth to those who become children of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all men.

Holy Spirit

I believe that the Holy Spirit is a divine Person.  He is the Administrator of the Godhead .  He is convicting of sin, revealing Christ, teaching truth, restraining evil, energizing believers in prayer, worship and service and is ever present in the believer as Comforter and Helper (John 14:26).

Jesus Christ

I believe that Jesus Christ is the only son begotten of the Father (John 3:16).  He is fully God and fully man acting as our kinsman redeemer (Hebrews 2: 14-15).

The Bible

I believe the Bible to be the inspired, authoritative, and infallible Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16).  It is the supreme authority in everything it teaches. Its authority is not limited to spiritual, religious, or redemptive themes but includes its assertions in such fields as history and science.  For example, I believe the Genesis account to be an actual account of creation and do not believe in macro-evolution.  The bible is not outdated and does not need any modification.  Those denominations that try to modernize the bible are in fact adding to the world of God and will be punished.

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