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HEAVEN IS EASY MINISTRIES, INC

Mission Statement

Heaven Is Easy Ministries, Inc. is an evangelical Christian ministry whose mission is to passionately evangelize the Good News of eternal life via a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. As evangelists, our sincere desire is to introduce non-Christians to the Savior, and then to nurture new believers in their faith, equipping them for discipleship.

As disciples, Heaven Is Easy Ministries feeds the hungry, assists the homeless, loves the unlovable, and pursues other endeavors that exhibit the love of Jesus Christ. We have pledged our lives to Christ, demonstrated by teaching the Gospel of Grace as we allow the Holy Spirit to minister through us in worship, witnessing, and ministry to the needs of the lost.

“Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this: I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20

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CONTACT US

We would love to hear from those who have accepted Jesus Christ as Savior as a result of our website. 

Please send us an email with your testimony at: salvation@heaveniseasy.org


Or, you may mail it to:

Heaven Is Easy Ministries
PO Box 540864
Lake Worth, FL 33454


Or, telephone: 561.969.7743

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*We would like your feedback regarding our website and/or its content; however, theological arguments are not welcomed.

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 STATEMENT OF FAITH

We believe in the divine inspiration, truthfulness and authority – without error in the original manuscripts – of both the Old Testament and New Testament Scriptures, in their entirety. We acknowledge that there are personal differences in Scriptural interpretations, and we respect the efforts and opinions of those who have earnestly searched and researched the texts seeking their true meanings.

WARNING: Beware of any religion that claims to be of the Christian faith if they have a book, or books, that must accompany the Bible to defend their beliefs. The New and Old Testaments and their Christian commentaries are all that is needed.

We believe in one living God, the Father, eternally existent, Creator of the Heavens and Earth, who concerns himself in the affairs of men; and that he hears and answers prayers. He is manifested in three persons known as the Trinity – Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, equal in power and authority. He saves from sin and death all who come to him through Jesus Christ.

We believe the Lord Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God. Jesus is the second person of the Trinity, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and who took on flesh and dwelt on earth. Sinless and perfect, he was crucified, laid in a tomb, and rose on the third day. His resurrection demonstrated his divinity and power over life and death, thus he has the ability to give believers eternal life. We believe this was God’s plan as a substitute blood sacrifice known as the New Covenant, and the only means for man’s salvation. Jesus’ shedding of blood is God’s free gift to all those who accept it.

We believe Jesus Christ will return again to fulfill the rest of Messianic prophecy.

We believe the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. We believe the Holy Spirit indwells every believer in Jesus Christ and that he is our personal counselor regarding matters of sin, righteousness, and truth. We believe the moment a person accepts Christ as his Savior, the Holy Spirit immediately indwells that believer, who is then born again and sealed with the Holy Spirit. We believe that regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential for the salvation of man.

We believe man is saved by undeserved mercy through faith, and nothing of man’s efforts contributes to his salvation. We believe that one must be saved in order to obtain eternal life in Heaven. We believe a saved person has two births: one of the flesh and one of the Spirit, giving man both a flesh nature and a Spirit nature. The flesh nature is neither good nor righteous. The Spirit man does not commit any sin. This results in a war between the Spirit and the flesh that continues until physical death, or the return of the Lord.

We believe that God gave man free will to accept or reject the salvation he has provided. It is God’s will that all would be saved and that none should perish. God foreknows, but does not predetermine any man to be condemned.

We believe that repentance in salvation means a change of mind from any idea that works or religion may save us. Salvation is the finished work of Christ, and nothing can be added to it.

We believe there are two final judgments awaiting mankind. One is for believers and is called the Bema Seat Judgment aka Christ’s Judgment. The other is for the unbeliever and is called the White Throne Judgment.

We believe one of Jesus’ key teachings was to love one another. He displayed this by loving the outcasts and sinners. He also commanded us to love one another.

We believe in Spiritual gifts – and that love is the most spectacular and important gift. Without love other gifts are worthless.

We believe in water baptism as a public acknowledgement and symbol of one’s faith and rebirth. Although recommended as a testimony to the world, it is not necessary for salvation.

We believe we all have a sinful nature that has been passed down to each human being by Adam and Eve. We believe that sin is any deliberate action, attitude, or thought that goes against God. People often think of sin as an obvious act such as murder, adultery, or theft. We believe that sin may include pride, envy, or worry. Sin can be something you should not have done (sins of commission) or something you should have done (sins of omission). We believe that being a Christian doesn’t mean living a sin-free life, but it means living a life that is freed from the power of sin.

We believe that all true Christians have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ via the Holy Spirit, who is the Christian’s personal counselor. Our personal convictions are conveyed upon us through that relationship.

We believe our newfound freedom does not mean we no longer sin, or have the desire to sin, but it does mean that a process toward excellence has begun in each Christian. As we grow in our faith, our sin nature should become smaller, and our goal should be to become more Christ-like, as guided by the Holy Spirit. However, we must realize that we will never, ever, become divine or perfect. Christianity is a journey of highs and lows; strengths and weaknesses; triumphs and defeats.

We believe that because we are all sinners, we do not have the authority to stand in judgment of anyone.

We believe all believers are sent to be a blessing to the culture around them through a lifestyle that coincides with Jesus’ teachings. The concept of being a missional people centers on the concept of Christians being called by the Holy Spirit to be an active part of the community, called to be a voice for those who have no voice, a friend to those who have no friends, and a family to those who have no family. This may take many evangelical forms, such as social activism, hospitality, acts of kindness and generosity, with a strong emphasis on verbal evangelism – not proselytization.

We believe the world’s sin is unbelief in Jesus Christ as the incarnate Son of God, the Jewish Messiah, and the Savior of the World.

 The world’s sin is unbelief in me.” John 16:9, Jesus’ words

 

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  2. Stephen Pugh on November 4, 2014 at 10:52 am said:

    Tim do you have a statement of Faith?

    • Tim Finley on November 4, 2014 at 6:10 pm said:

      STATEMENT OF FAITH

      We believe in the divine inspiration, truthfulness and authority – without error in the original manuscripts – of both the Old Testament and New Testament Scriptures, in their entirety. We acknowledge that there are personal differences in Scriptural interpretations, and we respect the efforts and opinions of those who have earnestly searched and researched the texts seeking their true meanings.

      WARNING: Beware of any religion that claims to be of the Christian faith if they have a book, or books, that must accompany the Bible to defend their beliefs. The New and Old Testaments and their Christian commentaries are all that is needed.

      We believe in one living God, the Father, eternally existent, Creator of the Heavens and Earth, who concerns himself in the affairs of men; and that he hears and answers prayers. He is manifested in three persons known as the Trinity – Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, equal in power and authority. He saves from sin and death all who come to him through Jesus Christ.

      We believe the Lord Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God. Jesus is the second person of the Trinity, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and who took on flesh and dwelt on earth. Sinless and perfect, he was crucified, laid in a tomb, and rose on the third day. His resurrection demonstrated his divinity and power over life and death, thus he has the ability to give believers eternal life. We believe this was God’s plan as a substitute blood sacrifice known as the New Covenant, and the only means for man’s salvation. Jesus’ shedding of blood is God’s free gift to all those who accept it.

      We believe Jesus Christ will return again to fulfill the rest of Messianic prophecy.

      We believe the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. We believe the Holy Spirit indwells every believer in Jesus Christ and that he is our personal counselor regarding matters of sin, righteousness, and truth. We believe the moment a person accepts Christ as his Savior, the Holy Spirit immediately indwells that believer, who is then born again and sealed with the Holy Spirit. We believe that regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential for the salvation of man.

      We believe man is saved by undeserved mercy through faith, and nothing of man’s efforts contributes to his salvation. We believe that one must be saved in order to obtain eternal life in Heaven. We believe a saved person has two births: one of the flesh and one of the Spirit, giving man both a flesh nature and a Spirit nature. The flesh nature is neither good nor righteous. The Spirit man does not commit any sin. This results in a war between the Spirit and the flesh that continues until physical death, or the return of the Lord.

      We believe that God gave man free will to accept or reject the salvation he has provided. It is God’s will that all would be saved and that none should perish. God foreknows, but does not predetermine any man to be condemned.

      We believe that repentance in salvation means a change of mind from any idea that works or religion may save us. Salvation is the finished work of Christ, and nothing can be added to it.

      We believe there are two final judgments awaiting mankind. One is for believers and is called the Bema Seat Judgment aka Christ’s Judgment. The other is for the unbeliever and is called the White Throne Judgment.

      We believe one of Jesus’ key teachings was to love one another. He displayed this by loving the outcasts and sinners. He also commanded us to love one another.

      We believe in Spiritual gifts – and that love is the most spectacular and important gift. Without love other gifts are worthless.

      We believe in water baptism as a public acknowledgement and symbol of one’s faith and rebirth. Although recommended as a testimony to the world, it is not necessary for salvation.

      We believe we all have a sinful nature that has been passed down to each human being by Adam and Eve. We believe that sin is any deliberate action, attitude, or thought that goes against God. People often think of sin as an obvious act such as murder, adultery, or theft. We believe that sin may include pride, envy, or worry. Sin can be something you should not have done (sins of commission) or something you should have done (sins of omission). We believe that being a Christian doesn’t mean living a sin-free life, but it means living a life that is freed from the power of sin.

      We believe that all true Christians have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ via the Holy Spirit, who is the Christian’s personal counselor. Our personal convictions are conveyed upon us through that relationship.

      We believe our newfound freedom does not mean we no longer sin, or have the desire to sin, but it does mean that a process toward excellence has begun in each Christian. As we grow in our faith, our sin nature should become smaller, and our goal should be to become more Christ-like, as guided by the Holy Spirit. However, we must realize that we will never, ever, become divine or perfect. Christianity is a journey of highs and lows; strengths and weaknesses; triumphs and defeats.

      We believe that because we are all sinners, we do not have the authority to stand in judgment of anyone.

      We believe all believers are sent to be a blessing to the culture around them through a lifestyle that coincides with Jesus’ teachings. The concept of being a missional people centers on the concept of Christians being called by the Holy Spirit to be an active part of the community, called to be a voice for those who have no voice, a friend to those who have no friends, and a family to those who have no family. This may take many evangelical forms, such as social activism, hospitality, acts of kindness and generosity, with a strong emphasis on verbal evangelism – not proselytization.

      We believe the world’s sin is unbelief in Jesus Christ as the incarnate Son of God, the Jewish Messiah, and the Savior of the World.

      “The world’s sin is unbelief in me.” John 16:9, Jesus’ words

  3. Hi, I just visited your site and would like to know your understanding of matt 7; 21-23, I have asked people before but get no reply or mixed messages, I find this Scripture troubling. Please reply. Thank you and God bless you.

    • Tim Finley on October 28, 2014 at 6:17 pm said:

      David,

      Regarding Matthew 7:21-23:

      Please remember that at least 60% of Jesus’ teachings in the New Testament were to the Jews BEFORE he went to the Cross. Consequently, we must be able to rightly divide the Word of God to completely understand the message.

      Jesus is not suggesting that works merit salvation, but that true faith will not fail to produce good works. Keep in mind that when we are saved, our new counselor is the Holy Spirit, who influences our decisions, although we are continually influenced by our carnal nature. Therefore, because of the influence of the Spirit, we will produce works.

      However, good works are not the way we receive everlasting life in Heaven, and then on the New Earth. Jesus was exposing those people who sounded faithful, but who had no relationship with him as the coming Messiah.

      There are many people who sit in church, sing in the choir, tithe, treat their neighbors well, are moral, etc., which are all good attributes. The big BUT is: They do not have the Holy Spirit living in them, obtained only by trusting Jesus as their Savior, and not their “good behavior” for salvation.

      I hope this helps.

      Tim

      PS: In my book, JESUS Is the EASY and ONLY Way to HEAVEN, I have a complete section that addresses misunderstood passages.

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