The Chapel West Seventh-day Adventist Church Believes...
... in a personal God. Hebrews1:1-3
... in Jesus Christ, as the divine Son of God and as our Saviour. John1:1-3; Hebrews 7:25
... in the Holy Spirit, the Divine Comforter; John 15:26
... in regeneration and the new birth, through the acceptance of the gospel. John 3:1-7; II Corinthians 5:17
... that the Bible is the inpired Word of God.  II Timothy 3:16, 1
... that the second coming of Christ is very near. That it will be literal, personal, and visible to all.  John 14:13; Acts 1:11, Matthew 24:30
... that man by nature is mortal.  Job 4:17; I Timothy 6:15, 16
 ... that immortality and eternal life are the gift of God and are received only through Christ.  Romans 6:23
 ... that the dead are in an unconscious state.  Ecclesiastes 9:5; John 11:11-14
 ... that there will be a resurrection of the dead. I Thessalonians 4:16, 17
... that the wicked will not burn eternally, but will be burned up.  Malachi 4:1-3
 ... that righteouness comes by faith, not by works.  Romans 4:3-5; Ephesians 2:8-9
 ... that salvation comes as a gift of God and is not received through any merit of the sinners.  Ephesians 2:8
 ... that the law of ten commandments is the standard of righteouness by which all will be judged and which all Christians are commanded to obey.  James 2:10-12; Exodus 20:3-17
 ... that the original seventh-day Sabbath has never been changed by divine authority and therefore all Christians are under obligation to keep it holy. Genesis 2:2, 3; Luke 23:54-56
 ... in support of the gospel through tithes and offerings. Leviticus 27:30, 32; Malachi 3:8-11; Matthew 23:23
 ... in baptism by immersion. Mark 1:9, 10; Romans 6:3-5
 ... in the ordinances of humility and the Lord's Supper. John 13:4-17; I Corinthians 11:23-26
 ... in the gifts of the Spirit. Ephesians 4:8, 11; Revelation 12:17; Revelation 19:10
 ... in discarding unhealthful practices, such as the use of intoxicants, drugs or tobacco. Proverbs 23:29-32
... that the forgoing priciples are practiced, not from sense of obligation or to enable the individual to "earn" a place in heaven, but rather come as the result of an experience in which there is a close walk with Christ and are a natural consequence of accepting Him as a personal Saviour.