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Who Are We?

We are a Bible Trusting, CHRIST-Centered, Non-denominational movement of believers, totally commitment to Christ and the message of the Gospel. 

We Trust in the Bible Fully No Other Text is wanted or Needed
If it Says it in the Bible than that's exactly what happen. Our base Bible is the (KJV)

We believe in the whole counsel of GOD'S Word, and not just in “bits and pieces.” we refuse to do anything less than the WORD allows or instructs us to do.

We Pray only to God
No person, animal, object, statues, Idols, powers, or principalities
 all praise belongs to God and only God -  (Exodus 20  3-4) 

We are not given to “isms” or “schisms,” We will not compromise to be more pleasing to men, or this world —not even to ourselves
It is our desire to serve everyone, especially the least of these (Matthew 25:40).

We firmly believe in the power of prayer —GOD the FATHER, SON, and HOLY SPIRIT. 

We believe in the virgin birth of CHRIST our SAVIOR and LORD —HIS death on the cross, HIS resurrection from the grave for the redemption of this lost world. 

We believe in HIS imminent return —and that one day the kingdoms of this world will become the kingdoms of our LORD and HIS CHRIST to reign forevermore through all eternity according to Revelation chapter 11 verse 15. 


HOPE CHAPEL is the church part of a Closer Walk Ministries We minister on television
via cable channel PCTV-21 in Pittsburgh, PA. Our show entitled “Growing In Grace” airs
according to the schedule set by the station. You may call for air times @ 412-322-7570 for a full schedule review and to watch also. Many of our services can be viewed on line www.acloserwalkmins.com
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https://www.holyspiritspeaks.org/gods-work-gods-disposition-and-god-himself-2/

"Job Once Again Received God’s Blessing and Would No Longer Be Accused by Satan

The word of Jehovah God mentions that “you have not spoken of me the thing that is right, as my servant Job has.” What did Job say? That was the words we have mentioned above, and the many words of Job recorded in the Book of Job. In all these many words, he did not have any complaints or suspicions about God but was just waiting for a result. His waiting was his obedient attitude. Due to his attitude and due to what he said to God, God accepted him. When he was tried and suffered, God was just by his side. Although his pain was not appeased in the least on that account, God saw what He wanted to see and heard what He wanted to hear. Every scene of what Job did and every word he said reached God’s eyes and ears, and God heard it and saw it. This was a fact. Actually, Job’s knowledge of God and his view of God in his heart at that time, in that age, were not as specific as those of people now. But according to the background at that time, God still approved what Job said, because his thoughts and actions and what he manifested and expressed already measured up to God’s requirement. During the time when Job was tried, what he thought and determined to do in his heart showed God a result, and the result was satisfactory to God. Later, God took away the trials, and then, Job went out of the painful situation. Thereafter, the trials upon Job disappeared and never came again. Because he had undergone the trials and had stood and thoroughly triumphed over Satan in the trials, God blessed him justifiably. Just as what is recorded in Job 42:10 and 12, Job once again received God’s blessing and received more than he had before. At that time, Satan retreated, and it said nothing more and did nothing more. From then on, Job was never again disturbed or attacked by Satan, and God’s blessing to him was never again accused by Satan."

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"God become flesh is called Christ, and so the Christ that can give people the truth, give people the truth is called God. There is nothing excessive about this, for He possesses the substance of God, He possesses the substance of God, and possesses God’s disposition, and wisdom in His work, that are unattainable by man. Those who call themselves Christ, those who call themselves Christ, yet cannot do the work of God, are frauds. Christ is not merely the manifestation of God on earth, but instead, the particular flesh assumed by God as He carries out and completes His work among man."
from The Word Appears in The Flesh

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Hello all! I'm an atheist. Before you kick me out purely for that, hear me out.

I was born into a Christian family. I grew up learning all about the gospel of Jesus. I then learned about hell. That scared me a lot, and I got saved at the age of 6. Middle school rolled around, and I became aware that not everyone was Christian. In fact, I met more and more 'lost' people.

Of course they shunned my beliefs. I tried witnessing, but could never quite do it right. Finally, I converted someone! Lets call him Corbin. Corbin wasn't the brightest. But he heard me out on what the bible said and I showed him how to get saved.

Fast forward to High School. Freshman year, things are hectic. I devote less time to prayer and bible-reading. Instead, my studies take over. By sophomore year, church is, if anything, a hindrance to my education.

I made a really good friend. He was a solipsist. This solipsist explained his views to me and explained why he didn't believe in mine.

I dated a witch. They're called Wiccans, everyone. And no, they don't have large pots or witches brews. They don't hex or curse people who they hate. In fact they believe that stuff is very very wrong.

As time progressed, Corbin slipped back into my life. He told me about all sorts of things he'd learned since becoming a Christian, and I learned a lot from it. He'd been browsing a lot of apologist websites. These tried to disprove science with science to show that it can only be god.

I began to think about it more and more. My faith wavered. Finally, after doing my own research, I learned a whole lot about the science side of things. Many people who try to discredit science end up showing their lack of knowledge about the subject. It's really a beautiful system that's a pain to get through.

Finally, I did some soul searching and realized something: I had never 'heard' god. Never before had I experienced something I could only attribute to divine intervention. Either I was in an extremely emotional state or I was pretending. Prayer looked a whole lot like chance. Reading my bible was more of a chore than a habit. I didn't enjoy it anymore.

I denounced my faith a little less than a year ago. I looked at a bunch of different sources for where to go then. My solipsist friend sounded a bit crazy. The whole "Life is an illusion" thing threw me off.

My Wiccan ex was no help. She gave me a couple books and I tried some stuff, but it "Works on the power of belief".

Finally, I looked into the atheist community. Not only did they make sense! They had answers one could verify with about fifteen minutes of research. It was deeper than "God did it" and a whole lot more interesting. Also the stories made more sense.

I'd like to join your community to share my message. It's not one of hate. Feel free to try to convert me if you'd like. I'm not going to speak out against anybodies beliefs, but I will tell you what I believe. Also, if you're wrong, I'll ask for sources.

Sorry for the essay. Hope you found it somewhat enlightening.
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Give ear to my words, o Lord, consider my groaning. O lord , lead me in your righteousness. For it is you who blesses the righteous man , o Lord, you surround him with favor as with a shield.( Bible)

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Looking At Temptation Sermon By: Dr Rev Alfred Brown
 James 1:1King James Version (KJV)
1 James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad, greeting.
2 My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations;
3 Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.
4 But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.

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