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About Us





  • Who We Are
  • What We Believe

1 John 4:10–11(NKJV)
"In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.

  At Jacob Minsitries, we believe that we are the beloved of God. He demonstrated this by freely giving up the heaven’s best, His only Son Jesus Christ, for us all. When we believe and rest in this truth, God fills us with His love till it overflows from our hearts and touches the lives of those around us. That is the beauty of living in the cycle of God’s love. And our desire is that you will experience His amazing love and grace in your own life.

  So it doesn’t matter if you are young or old, single or married, rich or poor, our Lord Jesus can take care of whatever situation you are going through the Scripture says..There is nothing impossible with God. We are here to love you and serve you, and point you to the love and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

  God has called us to teach the truth of the Gospel to the body of Christ with special emphasis on God’s unconditional love and the balance between grace and faith.

  Jaya and I are so thankful that our path has crossed with yours. In fact, we believe it was a divine appointment. Over 9 years ago, God called us out of religious beliefs system to have a personal relationship with Him, which dramatically changed our lives forever, and we believe He’ll do the same for you. We consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to share the truth of His life-changing power and grace with you.

  We pray that you will discover how abudantly you're blessed, how highly you're favored and how deeply loved you're by our Father God. May the Lord bless you and your loved ones as you put your trust in His unfailing love.

  Grace and peace,

  Sujith and Jaya

Statement of Faith

  We believe in one God, who exists in three Persons — the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He is loving, holy and just.

  We believe that the Bible is God’s Word. It is inspired, infallible and authoritative. It is our only perfect guide in all matters of life.

  We believe that sin has separated us all from God, and that only through Jesus Christ can we be reconciled to God.

  We believe that Jesus Christ is both God and Man. He was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. He led a sinless life,as He walked among men, demonstrated the authority and power of God in works and speech, took all our sins upon Himself, died on the cross and rose again from the dead on the third day. Today, He is seated at the right hand of the Father as our High Priest and Mediator having accomplished all that is necessary for man's salvation.

  We believe that salvation is the gift of God to man.It is essential for man to repent of sin and by faith receive the finished work of Christ by confessing Him as Lord with his mouth and believing in his heart resulting in regeneration by the Holy Spirit.which inturn produces works pleasing to God.

  We believe that through water baptism a believer is proclaiming his/her testimony of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

  We believe that the Holy Spirit is our Comforter. He guides us in all areas of our lives. He is continuing the work He started at Pentecost empowering believers to yield the fruits of the Spirit to live a godly life and also blesses us with spiritual gifts.

  We believe that the Holy Communion also called the Lord's Table is a celebration of Jesus’ death and our remembrance of Him.

  We believe that God wants to transform, heal and prosper us, so that we can live blessed and victorious lives that will impact and help others.

  We believe all born-again believers have been commissioned to share the complete Gospel to all the world.

  We believe the true Church is composed of all born-again believers in Christ, regardless of denominational affiliation.

  We believe in the imminent return of Jesus and that those who have believed in Him will be resurrected to a heavenly dwelling in an incorruptible body, and those who do not believe will join Satan and his host in everlasting punishment.

Our Lord Jesus

  In the beginning, God called forth the earth from the void, and then His masterpiece, man. Created in God’s own image, man was meant to fellowship with God, walking and talking with Him in the garden of Eden.

  However, Adam, the first man, disobeyed God and lost his right to remain in the presence of a perfect and sinless God. Man’s fall resulted in expulsion from the garden, and the introduction of death into the world. Having an eternal spirit, this meant that man would die and suffer forever in hell.

  But God, though a God of perfect justice, is also a God of love. And He had foreseen that man would fall. In His goodness and mercy, God devised a plan to redeem man and restore him to fellowship with Himself. In His plan, God would send His Son, Jesus Christ, to earth as a substitute for man. Born as a man Himself, Jesus would suffer and pay the price for man’s sin.

  Long before Jesus was born, the prophet Isaiah had spoken about His coming:

Isaiah 9:6–7 (NKJV)
"For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given; and the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of His government and peace there will be no end, upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, to order it and establish it with judgment and justice from that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this."

  Jesus lived a sinless and perfect life for the 33½ years that He was on earth. At the age of 30, He began His ministry, preaching, teaching, healing and touching the hearts and lives of people everywhere He went.

  Luke 7:11–15 tells of the story of a widow whose only son had just died. Having previously lost her husband, the loss of her son not only added to her emotional trauma, but also left her without any means of financial support. Jesus heard her crying as He was passing by. Moved with compassion, He did not wait to be asked but went forward, raised the dead man from his coffin and returned him to his mother.

  From this incident, as in many others, we not only see Jesus’ power and authority as the Son of God, but also His tender compassion and love for humanity. Perfect in all aspects, Jesus bridged the gap by becoming the God-Man: Completely divine, yet also completely human, the King of kings, yet Servant of all, our almighty God and Saviour is touched by and understands our infirmities and weaknesses.

The finished Work of Christ

  In plain English, "gospel" means good news. So what is so good about the news in the New Testament?

  When Jesus came to earth as a Man, the last Adam (1 Corinthians 15:45), He came to fulfil the law of the old covenant and to pay the price for humanity’s transgressions, which have their root in the first Adam. Jesus came to establish the new covenant based on grace.

  At the start of His earthly ministry, Jesus revealed this when He entered a synagogue in Nazareth and read the following verses from the book of Isaiah.

Luke 4:18–19 (NKJV)
"The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because he has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord."

  Jesus stopped there and closed the scroll, leaving out the last line of Isaiah’s original words: “And the day of vengeance of our God”. (Isaiah 61:2)

  He did so because He came to demonstrate God’s grace and lovingkindness, not His wrath and justice. The Bible says that the law was given through Moses, but grace and truth came in the person of Jesus. (John 1:17) He did not come to condemn the world, but to save it. (John 3:17)

  The glory of Jesus’ finished work is in what took place on the cross at Golgotha. Through His pain and suffering, He took upon Himself all our sin, our curse, our sicknesses and diseases. He bore on our behalf the full wrath and judgment of God Almighty.

  The Scripture tells us that when He took all that for us, He became so hideous and deformed that God in His mercy covered the face of the earth with darkness for three hours to hide Him from sight. Yet Jesus held on until all of God’s fiery judgment for sins had been exhausted.Then Jesus said ".....I thirst"(John 19:28)

  Beloved, Brothers and Sisters, what Jesus did at the cross effected the divine exchange on our behalf — He took all our blame and was punished in our place, while we take His place. He did not just take away the bad things from us, but also gave us every good thing that He had in His position as the beloved Son of God. Isaiah 53 and 54 describes all that Jesus suffered, so that the very opposite might become ours.

  The Divine Exchange

At the cross, Jesus so that we might
became ugly have His beauty
was rejected be accepted
suffered pain and sorrow have joy and be happy
was despised be esteemed
carried all sicknesses and diseases have healing and health
suffered anguish and despair have peace and hope
was judged and punished be forgiven and justified
had no one to speak on His behalf forever have a perfect High Priest who speaks on our behalf in heaven

  The moment Jesus had fully paid for our sins and died, God tore the veil in the temple that hid the Holy of Holies from top to bottom. The veil was there to separate sinful man from God, so by tearing it, God demonstrated that there was no longer anything to stop us from coming into His presence.

  On the cross, Jesus exhausted God’s wrath and justice. His body was broken and His blood was shed as our substitute and He settled the sin issue with God once and for all. And because Jesus is also God, He was not consumed by the judgment, but instead rose from the dead and sat down at the right hand of God the Father in heaven.

  Today, our right standing with and access to God is perfect and complete, because Jesus’ work on the cross is perfect and complete. We come to God based on what Jesus has done, and not what we have or have not done.

  Through His sacrifice, Jesus has also made us children of God. Our Father in heaven hears our every prayer and answers our every request because of the finished work of His beloved Son, Christ Jesus.

How The Cross Applies To You

  Isn’t Jesus beautiful? Isn’t He amazing, and His work so wonderful? Yet, all that Jesus did for you means nothing if your only response is to nod your head and say, “Yes, that’s really great!”

  My friend, the finished work of Christ can become real in your life only if you make the decision to accept Him. He has already done everything necessary to redeem you and restore you to fellowship with Him and God.

  Accepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior will not only save you from sin and hell, but also give to you health, joy, peace, love, hope, unconditional acceptance, favor, the power to get wealth, all good things you can think of and more.

  If you would like to accept Jesus and all that He has done for you, say this prayer, and mean it from your heart:

   Lord Jesus, thank You for loving me and dying for me on the cross. Your precious blood washes me clean of every sin. You are my Lord, my Savior and my God now and forever. I believe that You rose from the dead, and that You are alive today. God, You are my Father and I am Your child because of Jesus. Thank You for filling my heart with Your peace and joy. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

  Please use the contact us if you have said this prayer and would like to know more about your new life in Christ.

God Bless You.