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Nicene Creed

“The Old Nicene Creed”. Something about the “old” that holds a deep meaning within me. With all respect, meaning, like the way it use to be. Just like the Truth of long ago!

The Creed was defined by Bishops in both Nicaea (AD 325) & Constantinople (AD 381). Over 300 Church leaders from all over the world met to compose the Creed. These Church leaders found this most necessary to combat and confront heresy. During these times it was called “Arianism”. This heresy denied that Jesus was fully and Wholly God. The Nicene Creed comes from the Scriptures where God Himself reveals Trinitarian Truth and Catholic Faith. The Greek, Latin translation begins with ‘I” believe. It is almost like saying to us that it is an individual belief and also when we use “We” it represents us, the One Body of Christ, us, the Church. Before the Nicene Creed at Baptism early Christians were Trinitarian. The Nicene prayer is like our calling to live the Gospel life and called to live the Nicene Creed, rooted in Christian worship, truth and prayer.

“I”/ “We” Believe in One God, the Father Almighty

Maker of Heaven and Earth, of All That is Seen and Unseen

We Believe in One Lord Jesus Christ Eternally Begotten of the Father

God from God, Light from Light, True God from True God

Begotten, Not Made

One Being With The Father

Through Him All Things Were Made

For us Men and for our Salvation, He Came Down from Heaven

By the Power of the Holy Spirit, He was Born of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Became Man

For our sake He Was Crucified under Pontius Pilate

He Suffered, Died, and Was Buried

On the Third Day He Rose Again in Fulfillment of the Scriptures

He Ascended Into Heaven and is Seated at the Right Hand of the Father

He Will Come Again in Glory to Judge the Living and the Dead and His Kingdom Will Have No End

We Believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord, the Giver of Life

Who Proceeds from the Father and the Son

With the Father and Son, He is Worshipped and Glorified

He Has Spoken Through the Prophets

We Believe in the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church

We Acknowledge One Baptism for the Forgiveness of Sins

We Look for the Resurrection of the Dead, and the Life of the World to Come




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