Bible Students are an association of independent Christian
groups who are not affiliated with any established denominations.
Neither do we subscribe to many of the traditional denominational
practices. We are committed to a diligent searching of the
Scriptures to determine through them the Divine Word of Truth.
extend a warm welcome to anyone like-minded and sympathetic
with our love for the Truth, and who believe in Jesus Christ
as our ransom, to join us in the study of God's Word. No collections
are taken and there are no obligations. If you would like
more information regarding our studies please contact us for
further details by calling us at the number below or using
the "Send Us Your Bible Question" button above.
us at (248) 828-8960
. . That the Church is the "Temple of the Living God"peculiarly
"his workmanship"; that its construction has been
in progress throughout the Gospel Ageever since Christ
became the worlds Redeemer and the Chief Corner Stone
of this Temple. When it is finished, Gods blessing shall
come to "all people" when they shall find access
to Him through this spiritual Temple. 1 Cor. 3:16, 17;
Eph. 2:20-22; Gen. 28:14; Gal. 3:29
. . That Meantime the Chiseling, the shaping, and polishing
of consecrated believers in Christs atonement for sin
progresses; and when the last of these "living stones,"
"elect and precious," shall have been made ready,
the Great Master Workman will bring all together in the First
Resurrection. Then the Temple shall be filled with his glory
and be the meeting place between God and men throughout the
Millennium. Rev. 15:5-8
. . That the Basis of Hope for the Church and the world lies
in the fact that "Jesus Christ, by the grace of God,
tasted death for every man," "a ransom for all,"
and will be "the true light which lighteth every man
that cometh into the world," "in due time."
Heb. 2:9; John 1:9; 1 Tim. 2:5, 6
. . That the Hope of the Church is that she may be like her
Lord, "see him as he is," be "partakers of
the Divine Nature," and share his glory as his joint-heir.
1 John 3:2; John 17:24; Rom. 8:17; 2 Pet. 1:4
. . That the Present Mission of the Church is the perfecting
of the saints for the future work of service; to develop in
herself every grace; to be Gods witness to the world;
and to prepare to be kings and priests in the next Age. Eph.
4:12; Matt. 24:14; Rev. 1:6; 20:6
. . That the Hope for the World lies in Christs Millennial
Kingdom. At that time all will have the opportunity to have
a full knowledge of the truth and to receive restitution blessings,
having all that was lost because of Adam fully restored. All
the willingly obedient will gain perfect life eternal, all
the wilfully wicked, destruction. Acts 3:19-23; Isa.