What We Believe
Pastor Apollo teaches us that only through genuine repentance can the broken relationship between God and man be restored.
Only then can we be called a son or a daughter of the Almighty Father (John 1:12).
“But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:”John 1:12
In the Kingdom of God in Heaven and on Earth, repentance goes beyond feeling sorry for a transgression committed.
Repentance is a covenant — an agreement between God and man. It is a promise and commitment that a man makes to the Father Almighty, using his freedom of choice, when he says, “Not my will Father, but Thy Will be done in my life”.
Absolute and genuine repentance requires a surrender of the old spirit of rebellion and disobedience, the serpent seed of Satan, that was implanted in the heart of mankind when Adam and Eve disobeyed God in the Garden of Eden. It entails a dethroning of that old disobedient spirit and the enthroning of a new one – the spirit of obedience to the Father’s Will.
Without repentance, everything else — all religious doctrines, traditions, the casting out of demons, all prophesy, every grand and lavish cathedral built, and every man-made by-law — is moot.
The Father Almighty will only recognize those who have obeyed His Will (Matthew 7:21-23).
21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.Matthew 7:21-23
22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.
This is the message that the world needs to hear.
No religion or denomination has ever taught repentance the way Pastor Apollo has preached this message to all the world, because he is the Almighty Father’s audible voice in these last days — His Appointed Son — the first among the fallen Adamic race who overcame, and became the fulfillment of Revelation 21:7, Hebrews 1:1-2, and Romans: 5:19.
Baptism is derived from the Latin Greek word, Baptizo, which means to immerse in water.
Baptism follows after repentance which is the death of the old life of sin. Baptism is the burial of the old life of sin, as mentioned in Romans 6:3-4 and we are born again into a new life, a new spirit of obedience to the Will of the Almighty Father. (John 3:5)
The Holy One
We believe in one true God, the Almighty Father, our Lord Jesus Christ, the Creator of all.
Salvation can only be attained through genuine repentance, which is the surrendering of the serpent seed or the spirit of disobedience to the will of the Almighty Father, camouflaging as our human will. Using our freedom of choice, we accept the Righteous Seed, the Spirit of obedience to the Father’s Will. Repentance means we let our human will die from our consciousness as we surrender it to the Almighty Father saying, “from now on, Father, not my will, but Thy Will be done, no matter what.”
We must try our very best in bringing out the most excellent result in everything that we do. That is when the Almighty Father will be glorified in us. For if we haven’t done it excellently we have done nothing at all.
The key is repentance.
Repentance is the complete surrendering of our human will in perfect obedience to the will of our Almighty Father by saying “Father, from now on not my will but Your Will be done in my life no matter what.”
The fruits of the spiritual revolution are the souls that will become sons and daughters of the Almighty Father in the spirit, fully matured, committed, dedicated, obedient and loyal, who have reached the third level of spiritual growth, which is the Son Placement.
In the Parable of the Growing Seed, the corn plant will go thru the processes of growth first as a blade, then a stalk, which will bear a tassel, corn cob, until it reaches maturity, a corn cob with seeds. Each seed bears the life of the original corn plant.
The revelation of the Life of Jesus Christ, like the life of a corn plant, is revealed from faith to faith, going through various stages or faiths, until it reaches its perfect form, the seed, which contains the life of Jesus Christ. When that seed is planted, it shall produce many, having the same likeness and image as the original seed.
We overthrow the spirit of greed and poverty and enthrone the spirit of prosperity and abundance.
Second is the Financial Revolution, the mission of which is to eradicate lack and poverty which is a curse in the Kingdom, and engages yourself in enthroning prosperity and abundance, and be able to be a trustworthy steward of the Father’s financial business on earth.
The key to this is giving. We became givers of ourselves. The Kingdom Nation is a nation of givers.
The spirit of giving is the key to blessings. The fruits are financial and material blessings that we can use for His glory. (Malachi 3:10, Luke 6:38, Deuteronomy 28:1-14)
We must try our very best in bringing out the most excellent result in everything that we do. That is when the Almighty Father will be glorified in us.
For if we haven’t done it excellently we have done nothing at all. (Proverbs 1:5 & 1:7, Job 28:28, 1 Corinthians 14:40)
Revolution of Excellence
We overthrow the spirit of ignorance, stupidity, and mediocrity and we enthrone the spirit of excellence.
The key is Fear of the Lord.
Our primary concern is to always be excellent in our obedience to the will of the Father. It will only be then that the Father will bless us.
No room for mediocrity, mismanagement of time, laziness, irresponsibility, and filthiness. Mediocrity is not allowed in the Kingdom. Anything that is not excellent is not allowed in the Kingdom.
The fruits are talents all used for the Father’s glory in a way that will glorify Him.