The Word of God
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| The Word of God
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· Pierric Bross ·
The Word of God
The Word of God is the holy doctrine of The Church of the New World and is followed by all of its members.
The Church Authority
Church Power of Authority
- The Church of the New World is the one and only true Church that was ordained by God and created by his servants. Through the world of God the Church was made the sole source of his word, and therefore, the sole interpreters of the Word of God.
- As the power of God’s Word is with us, we are with it. The Church has been made to spread the word of God, and open the Gates of Heaven for those to enter it, and no other Church has the right or authority to do so, because the Church is ordained by God for this purpose and the powers to forgive sin, spread the world, and to be a shepherd to the world and lead them into Heaven, has been given specifically the Church, and it alone.
- Pope is unquestionable, but we may ask him to reconsider, and that we should advise him, also that he may change doctrine to suit the times, the new ages, and the new beliefs that come to the forefront and are found to be the truth. Also, he must ask an advisory council of their thoughts first.
Papal Powers and Rights
- The Pope is to be elected by majority votes of the Cardinals. This Pope is to not be the most popular, but the decisions based on his works, and service to God and the Church
- The Pope stays in office until he dies, commits a blatant act against the lord proving he is truly not the most connected with God, or steps down. (Violation of the Laws in the most severe case, and voted on by a Judiciary Council, is the only way a pope may be kicked out of the office for violation of doctrine).
- The Pope has the power to appoint Cardinals and the Arch Cardinal, as well as all other Church offices
- The Pope has the right and the power to create and destroy any and all Church offices accept the Cardinalship and the Judiciary Council
- The Pope may reject a nation from entering the Church as well as accept any nation into it
- The Pope has the power to excommunicate an entire nation after going through a Judiciary Committee and supplying the substantial evidence.
- The Pope may excommunicate any member with probable cause. He may also excommunicate a Cardinal after going through a Judiciary Council and supplying substantial evidence.
- The Pope has the ability to pass Papal Decrees that are unquestionable, unless they are against Doctrine and a substantial case is brought up against it at the Judiciary Council.
- The Pope may not ever eliminate this office
- This office has the right to interpret legal doctrine and makes the final choice on cases of ex-communication and Papal Law Violations
- This Council is to be made up of the Arch Cardinal, the Pope and 3 other Cardinals.
- The Cardinals, excluding the Arch Cardinal and the Pope, are elected by all members of the Church. Those that receive most of the votes win, top 3 are put on the council.
- The Arch Cardinal is the Head of the Council and is the only one that can open or close a section of the Council, must be approved by the Pope.
- Any member may present a case to the court if done with the agreement of at least one Cardinal from there nation.
- The Judiciary Council can open up, with the approval of the Pope and one other, any other Church Council, and in that stead close it as well.
- The Cardinal is selected by the Pope
- The Cardinal is his/her representative of their nation to the Pope and Council
- The Cardinalship is in place for one appointed person per country, save one, other than the Arch Cardinal, in the Vatican
- The Cardinal is to write sermons every Sabbath for Mass
- The Cardinal can vote in Papal elections
- Cardinals can request the removal of the Pope through the Judiciary Council
- Cardinals can challenge Church Doctrine through the Judiciary Council
- Cardinals must be members of the Church that have either served for at least one month as an Arch Bishop, or are the first from their respective nation.
- A nation may receive a Cardinalship only after 5 others plus a Bishop join the Church from their nation
- Nation’s Cardinalship can be placed on Judiciary Review by the Judiciary Council
- A nation’s Cardinalship can be revoked after Judiciary Review by the Judiciary Council and the approval of the Pope
- Cardinals can attend Church Councils
- Cardinals can be placed under Judiciary Review at the request of the Pope, Arch Cardinal, or Judiciary Council by majority vote
- A Cardinal can be removed from office if the Judiciary Review finds one guilty of the charges
- Arch Bishops are appointed by the Cardinal of the particular nation, and must be approved of by the Judiciary Council
- Arch Bishops are in charge of the Bishops directly and write sermons every Sabbath.
- Arch Bishops can only obtain that position after serving at least one month.
- Arch Bishops can only appeal to the Judiciary Council after going through their nation’s Cardinal
- Arch Bishops can attend Church Councils; however, limits may occur
- Arch Bishops can be placed under Judiciary Review at the request of the Cardinal, Pope, Arch Cardinal, or Judiciary Council by majority vote
- Arch Bishops can be removed from office if the Judiciary Review finds one guilty of the charges
Bishops and Priests
- They are the shepherds of the people who bring them to the Church and teach the sermons every Sabbath
- They can be placed under Judiciary Review at the request of the Cardinal, Pope, Arch Cardinal, or Judiciary Council by majority vote
- They can be removed from office if the Judiciary Review finds one guilty of the charges
Prophets and Holy People
- All prophets of the faiths are considered equal in the eyes of the Church. The members have the right to make the distinctions and fill out the words of the prophets for themselves. However, the only prophets that are under this are those in "faiths of the book."
- The prophets who are long gone, as well as, Popes upon death, or stepping down, are to be considered Saints.
Rights of Believers
- All have the right to worship as they wish in relations to the belief in the words of particular prophets, only those that are accepted by the Church.
- All members have the right to appeal to the Judiciary Council, their nations Cardinals, the Pope, and all Bishops and Arch Bishops within their nation, for any reason once so ever.
- The members of the Church of the New World have all rights of the New World.
- All members have the rights given to them by their nations respectively, unless the contradict with the Word of God, Church Doctrine, or the Laws of the New World.
Commandments of the Church
Commandments of God
- Obey the Word of God without question.
- Obey the Church of the New World as the true advocate of God on eEarth.
- Do not use the tongue God gave to man for foul purpose.
- Do not obtain wealth in ways contrary to good proper means and channels.
- Work hard for the Lord your God.
- Never blaspheme or commit heresy against God or his Church.
- Do not bare false witness.
- Love the Lord your God
- Do not commit murder
- Obey all authority above you, unless it is in opposition to the Word of God and the Church.
- Do not worship false God’s
- Partake in the Mass in remembrance of the Sabbath
- Do not covet what is on eEarth
Interpretation of God’s commandments
- This is to mean that the Word of God is the true word’s of the Lord, and to go against it in any way would be to break it.
- The Church is the true advocate of God and to go against it would be to break the Word of God and be in opposition to God’s will.
- Do not swear in the forums, in the media, to your brother, or to your enemy.
- Do not steal wealth from anyone or thing in any way shape or form. Only obtain money from work that is approved of by the Laws of the New World, and in the case of the Church, and other lawful groups, by donations.
- Do all actions in the name of the Church, and work not for yourself in greed, but God and his Church.
- Do not speak out against God or his Church, nor believe contrary to that of God’s one true Church.
- Do not lie to anyone for any reason no matter what it may be.
- Worship, serve, live and breath for God and him and his Church alone.
- Do not go to war unless it is Just.
- Obey all authority above you, unless it is in opposition to the Word of God and the Church.
- Do not worship anyone or thing but God, this includes the false God’s of man, Dio, and others, and the worship of items and wealth over God.
- Mass must be attended on the Sabbath day, and work should not be done until that time in which you have done so
- Do not strive for worldly goods, be one with God and seek only what he wishes you to seek, and be happy with the wealth you have.
Moral Identity of the Old
The Moral Identity of the Old is what has existed before the dawn of the New World. The ideas and values that were instilled before the Lord God created the New World in order to make a better place for us all. However, he calls his Church to protect them and inform those of His New World of the ways of the Old. Thus it is our duty and one that the Church and its members should hold, even if they are not all “involved” with any more, they still hold moral precedence form the Old World to this New World of our Lord; as well as, some elements apply still today.
The Moral Identity of the Old
- Thou shall not murder
- Thou shall not bear false witness
- Thou shall not commit adultery
- Thou shall honor thy father and mother
- Thou shall not worship false Idols
- Thou shall not say the name of the Lord in vain
- Thou shall remember the Sabbath
- Thou shall not covet
- Thou shall not carve one self in the image of anything but what God has made thee
Sacraments of the Church
Justification for the Sacraments
The Sacraments are given to the Church to fulfil the mission of salvation and moral purity that God set us out to accomplish. The only way in which to do this is to participate in the Church and partake in the Seven Sacraments. These seven were given to the Church by the Word of God.
Sacrament of Baptism
This is to be “conducted” out of subservience to God and to clean the believer of their natural sin. This is a requirement to partake in the Church and receive the Sacraments, and thus to go to Heaven.
Sacrament of Communion
This is to be “taken” every Friday in subservience to God and partake in his worship.
Sacrament of Confession
This is to be done once a month at Mass, on a Friday and is to be “sent” by letter to the Pope who will respond by forgiving you of your sins in the name of God, this can be done, and will be done at later dates by Priests and all others.
Sacrament of Penance
This is to be done at the same time in which you confess in the form that fits the sin committed. This can be in the form of donations to the Church, to those you harmed, apologies in the media or forums, etc.
Sacrament of Eucharist
This is the ability to go to Mass and partake in the Holy Communion. This is done by “posting” at the Mass.
Sacrament of Attendance
This is done by “posting” “present” at Mass. This is the ability of one to attend Mass and be a member of the Church.
Sacrament of Priesthood
This is the ability for one who is a member of the Church to become a member of the hierarchy in which they can serve and live a closer relationship with God.