Summary Statement of Belief for eternal life

Assembly of Yahweh, Cascade, March 26, 2024


We believe in One Almighty Sovereign Creator Power named YHWH (Yahweh). That He is the Ever-living Life-force Essence of the endless eternal Universe (the true G-d) [1] as revealed to the ancient Hebrews by way of His celestial messengers (angels) and by way of the anointed prophets [2] as recorded only in the Hebrew Bible. We are told the Almighty is incorporeal and dwells throughout his created eternal Universe, and that He is everywhere at all times. No mighty g-ds (or evil celestial beings) exist nor can exist before Him or after Him in all of eternity, Isa. 43:10; 44:6; 44:8. Yahweh has always existed, Psa. 90:2. He is set-apart, He is Eternal, Isa. 57:15, He is Omnipotent, Jer. 32:17; 27, He is Omnipresent, Psa. 139:7, He is Omniscient; etc. He alone is Truth, Psa. 117:2, and He is the only Creator, the original originator of all, Isa. 40:12, 22, 26.

We believe the name of this One Almighty Sovereign (He first gave to Moses) is אהיה  (AHYH), Exo. 3:14, AHYH (using English letters). His name means I-am, but we are to say יהוה  (YHWH), Exo. 3:15, He-is. YHWH (when transliterated using English letters) becomes YaH-WeH and means: He-is, He-exists, or Ever-living. Yahweh is the only ONE Almighty to whom we owe our reverence, prayer, and worship. We accept no other as our One Almighty Sovereign Creator Power and do not believe in a Constantine Roman Catholic manufactured three in one 'Trinity g-d, Deut. 5:7, [5].

We believe that Yahweh uses His created celestial messengers, (aka angels) and His terrestrial messengers (the prophets) to administer his will thoughout His endless Universe, His creation. That these messengers also administer Yahweh’s will to us on this globe. We believe these messengers are not capable to counter His supreme will, nor would ever desire to do so, that they would never nor could they ever fall from His grace. In the Hebrew Bible, these celestial messengers may at times be referred to as he-exists, or ever-living when they represent the authority of the Almighty Sovereign Yahweh and are conversing with the Adam-kind.

We believe that Yahweh, because of His mercy forgives the sins of all those who with sincere repentance accept Him as their only Redeemer and Savior, Isa. 1:16-18, [6]. For their thankfulness these saved will observe Yahweh's Covenant (the 10 Commandments) and will strive to do the will of their Almighty Heavenly Father Yahweh, Matt. 12:50, [7]. Yahshua (aka Jesus) calls all those that like him do the will of Yahweh his brothers, sisters, and mother, Matt. 12:50, [8]. Like Yahshua is a son of the Almighty Sovereign Creator Father Yahweh, these also become the sons and daughters of the same heavenly Father. Together all are members of the same household (Host) of their Heavenly Father Yahweh.

We believe that the promise of eternal life is given to all those believers that become members of Yahweh's heavenly household because they will strive to do what Yahweh asks of them for what is good by doing justly, to loving mercy, and thereby they will continue to ‘walk humbly’ with their Almighty Heavenly Father Yahweh. Mic. 6:6-8, [9].

We believe in the precepts and principles found in Torah [10], as was also taught by the Prophet Yahshua (Jesus) Matt. 7:21, [11]. These are all according to his statements as recorded in the Synoptic Gospels [12] of the Greek New Testament (NT). Torah instructions are similar to what a father would provide to guide his children throughout life. We believe that the Covenant (the 10 Commandments), Deut. 5: 2-22, [13] is applicable for all True Israelite believers but not the man-made sacrificial laws, Jer. 7:21-23, [14].

We believe the Greek NT is simply a collection of opinions, conjecture, and hearsay, much of it by unknown authors that were compiled many decades after the fact. Some historical events about the prophet Yahshua may be believable, and some of his sayings or teachings from unknown second or third hand recollections, but only if they appear to follow the precepts that were first established by the anointed Prophets in the Hebrew Bible Torah. However, note, we believe nothing written in the NT claims to be inspired by Yahweh.

We believe Yahshua (aka Jesus) of the NT was a 'natural born' Israelite man, an anointed prophet sent by Yahweh to the Lost tribes of First Century of Israel, Matt. 15:24, [15]. His mission was to preach repentance before Yahweh, to baptize them and to announce the Gospel news - that the Kingdom (council) of Yahweh/of heaven had come, Matt. 4:17, [16]. That the Kingdom of Yahweh was available for them as it is for us today to dwell within all true believers [17]. Yahshua was not and is not Yahweh the Almighty and he was not a sacrifice to please Yahweh so He could forgive sins, Jer. 7:22; Isa. 1:11. Human sacrifice is pagan and strictly forbidden by Yahweh, Psa. 106:37-41; Jer. 7:31.

We believe Yahshua's Mission was to free the First Century Israelites from the religious traditions and manmade oral laws that had enslaved them, and to turn these people back toward their One Original Almighty Sovereign Creator Yahweh, Mark 7:9, [18] for them to seek His counsel only for their lives. This angered the local authorities and became a constant threat to the religious rulers of his day. Over time this eventually resulted in his execution by Roman officials for the crime of sedition, Matt. 12:14, [19].

We believe that Yahshua was resurrected from the dead by Yahweh (according to the Gospels) and subsequently ascended into heaven because he was faithful to his mission. We do not believe that the Bible teaches in a future second coming of Yahshua, but that the second coming of Yahshua has already occurred. We believe this because the New Testament records - that some of those hearing him speak at that time in history would still be alive to see him come into his ‘heavenly’ kingdom, Matt. 16:28, [20].

We believe there is one global collective set-apart Universal Assembly of all True Believers, and in the gathering together of home-group assemblies for worship, fellowship, and communication on weekly appointed times and to observe the seventh day for rest for our benefit, Deut. 5:12-14, [21]. We try to keep the Biblical food laws for health reasons since Yahweh tells us what we should not be eating.


See also extended Statement: 

[1] Yahweh, the Almighty Sovereign Creator. He is above all and to whom only we owe our reverence and worship. True G-d, see Deut. 6:4; Jer. 10:10; Matt. 27:46; Mark 12:29; John 20:17; 1 Cor. 8:6; Eph. 4:6; 1 Tim. 1:17, 2:5; 1 John 4:12; Jude 1:25; Rev. 3:2, 12. Visit:

[2] Deut. 13:1-2, Deut. 13:3, Deut. 18:18-22. Visit:

[3] Exo. 3:14.

[4] Exo. 3:15.

[5] See also: Psa. 96: 1-13. Matt. 22:36-40.

[6] See also: Isa. 55:6-7. Eze. 18:27-32.

[7] See also: Matt. 7:21.

[8] See also: Mark 3:35.

[9] Mic. 6:6-8.

[10] Torah is the totality of instructions found throughout the Hebrew Bible that Yahweh as Father gave to the ancient Israelites for righteous living. Visit:

[11] Matt. 7:21.

[12] Synoptic Gospels - are the gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke that tell the story of the mission of Yahshua, about his life, and quote him from a similar point of view, and are similar in structure. This is likely because all three unknown authors built their gospel using a common source. Matthew and Luke may have used materials not available to early Mark. We do not give any reliable credit to the 2nd century Gospel called John that has falsely spiritualized Jesus into a g-d man. In the Synoptic Gospels Yahshua referred to himself as the son of man many times, but never as G-d the son.

[13] See also: Exo. 20: 1-17.

[14] Jer. 7:21-23, Isa. 1:11-16.

[15] Matt. 15:24.

[16] See also: Matt. 4:23. Visit:

[17] Matt. 4:17. Matt. 7:21.

[18] Mark 7:9.

[19] Matt. 12:14. Mark 3:6.

[20] Matt. 16:28.

[21] Deut. 5:12-14.

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