We believe that the Holy Bible is God’s Word. The truth revealed in it has no human origin, but God. The Holy Spirit inspired holy servants of God to write the Holy Bible. We therefore believe hat the Holy Bible is without error, completely true, relevant and an up-to-date book. We receive the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testament all-sufficient, and the only infallible rule of faith. Its messages intended for the human race. It is expressed in words and in terms, which human beings can understand. Its central theme and purpose is the salvation of humanity. 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:20-21, Psalm 12:6, Matthew 24:35 Psalm 119:160.


We believe in the Divine Trinity. One Triune God exists in three Persons – God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit – eternal in being, identical in nature, equal in power and glory and having the same attributes and perfection. Matthew 3:16-17; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Hebrews 9:14; 1 Peter 1:2; 1 John 5:7.


Jesus of Nazareth is the Christ, the Son of the living God. He came to the world purposely to save sinners according to the scriptures. He has existed through eternity, one of the persons of the Holy Trinity. He is the only begotten Son of God and the beloved of God. His coming to the world had been foretold by prophets. He came in the flesh to die for us. He was conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary without sin. He lived a perfect life, preached the gospel of the kingdom of God, performed miracles, healed the sick and raised the dead. He voluntarily surrendered his life to his enemies to be crucified. He then resurrected, and ascended to heaven to become our High Priest. We believe that Jesus Christ will return to establish the Kingdom of God on earth, and rule as King of Kings and Lord of Lords with His saints forever, Matthew 17:15-17; John 1:1-14; Acts 2:32-33; Hebrews 4:14-15; Revelation :13-16.


Man (Adam) was created in the image of God before whom he walked in innocence, holiness, and purity, but by disobedience and transgression, he fell from the glory of God to the depths of sin. The consequence of this is that all humankind became sinners by nature having been born after the fallen image of Adam. In his fallen state, man is incapable of pleasing God or having any relationship with Him. Ordinarily, every human being is totally inclined to evil, guilty before God and without excuse, deserving the condemnation and judgment of a just and Holy God. Genesis 1:26-31; Genesis 2:7; Psalm 139:14; Col 1:16; Psalm 51:5; Mark 1:15.


Sin is an inward spiritual attitude of rebellion towards God, which is expressed in outward acts of disobedience. Man in his fallen state cannot approach God or save himself and therefore needs a savior. Jesus Christ came to save humanity from sin. He is without sin, but He took our sin upon Himself and died in our place. He rose again from the dead, that we might be forgiven and receive eternal life. The word “salvation” in the Greek means soteria which is translated “saving” or “deliverance “and preservation from destruction and judgment. To appropriate salvation, we must acknowledge our sins and repent from them; we must believe that Christ died for us, and rose again; we must receive the risen Christ as our personal Savior, and we must publicly confess Him as our Lord. Hebrews 9:29, Romans 3:10, 23, Acts 3:19, Romans 10:8-13, Jude 3:24.



The word sanctification in the Greek language is hagiasmos meaning (1) to set apart from sin (2) consecrated unto God, to be conformed to His holiness, purity, and perfection of character. The scripture teaches that “sanctified” is what the believer is (not a process, but a state, which the believer has already entered into once and for all. Acts 20:32; Romans 15:16; 2Thessalonians 2:13; Hebrews 10:10-14; Ephesians 5:25-26; 1Peter 1:2; Acts 26:18, and “perfect” is what he is expected to be. Perfection is a spiritual growth for those who have been sanctified and consecrated. Therefore it is the total yielding of one’s life to the Holy Spirit, living the crucified life; being an over comer; and being conformed to the image of Christ Himself. Perfection and true holiness are impossible without the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Attempts at achieving perfection without the Holy Spirit lead to frustration and failure being the work of flesh. 1Peter 2:21-22; 1Peter 1:15; John 3:8-9; 1Corinthians 10:13; Matthew 5:48.



The baptism in the Holy Ghost is a supernatural endowment with power from heaven to equip the Christian for effective witness and service. The initial evidence of Holy Spirit baptism is speaking in unknown tongues as the Spirit gives utterance. The unknown tongue is a prayer language given to the believer, understood by God but unknown to people except by revelation. It enables the Christian to build up their spiritual life by direct and continual communion with God. It is the gateway into a life in which both the gifts and fruits of the Holy Ghost are manifested. In the New Testament church, this experience was considered normal for all believers. Joel 2:28; Luke 3:16; Acts 2:38-39 Acts 19:2; Mark 16:17



Sickness is a direct consequence of the fall of man and his continuance in sin. Redemption not only dealt with sin but also its consequences, which include sickness and diseases. Christ died on the cross; bore our sins, and sicknesses. Divine healing for our bodies comes through the appropriation of the finished work of Christ on the cross of Calvary and faith in the Word of God. Believers and others receive healing for their bodies through healing ministration and deliverance in the name of Jesus. This can be accomplished by laying on of hands, praying for others in absentia and by getting Bible – believing church elders to anoint them with oil in the name of Jesus. Luke 13:11; James 16; 2Corinthians 1:19-20; 1John 3:8; Mark 16:17-18.



When Jesus Christ first came to the earth about 2010 years ago, His coming exactly fulfilled in every detail all the prophecies of the Bible relating to that event. When He left this earth to return to heaven, He promised His disciples very definitely that He would come back to earth again. Apart from these promises that Jesus gave, there are many prophecies throughout the whole Bible concerning the second coming of Christ more than there are about His first coming. Since the prophecies of His first coming were exactly and literally fulfilled, the RCCG, House of Glory believes that the prophecies of His second coming will be fulfilled in the same way. John 14:2-3; Acts 1:11; Titus 2:13; 1Thessalonians 4: 16-17; 1Corinthians 15:51.



The rapture describes an event in the future when Jesus Christ will in the twinkling of an eye change all believers (living and dead to immortal, giving them a resurrected body, and catching them up in the air. The word “rapture” simply means sudden snatching out of this world of the believers. The actual word used in the Bible is “caught up.” This event marks the beginning of the seven-year reign of the Antichrist. 1Thessalonians 4: 13-18, 1Corinthians 15:23, 51-58, Phil 3:2-21, 1John 3:1-3.



The present earth is full of evil and will pass away after the Great White Throne Judgment. After the dissolution of the present (atmospheric) heaven and earth at the end of the one thousand years (the millennium), God will create a new heaven and a new earth better than anything this world has ever known. The new earth will be the Christian heaven. It is the glorious eternal home of born again believers. Matthew 24:35; Revelation 21: 1-5; John 14: 1-3; Revelation 22:1-5; 2 Peter 3:10



The lake of fire (commonly called hell) is the final abode of satan and those sinners who rejected Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Hell is the place of eternal torment for the devil, his angels and all those who reject Jesus Christ as the savior. Revelation 19:7, Luke 16:19-31; Revelation 20:10, 15; Matthew 25:33-34; John 14:1-3; Revelation 7:15-17.




Believing in Jesus Christ produces an inward change in our heart; baptism in water is an outward act of obedience by which we testify of the change that has taken place in our hearts. By this act, we make ourselves one with Jesus Christ in His burial and resurrection. It symbolizes separation. We are separated from the old life of sin and defeat. We come out of the water to lead a new life of righteousness and victory, made possible by God’s power in us. Mark 16:16; Matt 28:19-20; Acts 2:38:41; Acts 8:37-39; Romans 6:4



The Lord’s Supper, consisting of the elements – bread and the fruit of the vine – is the symbol expressing our sharing the divine nature of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is a memorial of his suffering, death and a prophecy of His Second Coming. Jesus Christ commanded the church to do it in His remembrance. The Bible shows that the early church took this commandment seriously. Luke 22:14-19; Acts 2:42, 46; 2Peter 1:4; 1Corinthians 11:26.



We only recognize marriage as between a man and a woman and we shall not join or recognize any marriage institution that is not a marriage between a male and a female. (Genesis 2:24). We value marital fidelity, where husband and wife can depend on each other to provide spiritual, emotional and intimate needs. Proverbs 5:15-19; 1st Corinthians 7:3-5, Galatians 5:19-20; Hebrews 3:4