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Frequently asked questions

Why baptized by immersion?

First Bible Lesson: John 3:5

"Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."

Second Bible Lesson: Act 2:38

"Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost."

Golden Text: Hebrews 8:10-11



Why do members of BCS wear white robe?
The long white robes or garment called 'Soutane' is worn by all members regardless of their age or position within the Kingdom, to Bethels or outside the Bethel. Rev.3:4-5, 7:9 & 14. White soutane is the same raiment that Our Lord Jesus Christ wore when He was transfigured, Matt 17:2. White symbolizes "righteousness", "purity" and peace.
Why do members of BCS knock their head on the ground (Fall on their face to the ground)?
BCS members knock their heads on the ground three times in reference to the holy Trinity God before and after Prayers and at any time, place or occasion that is, whenever the holy spirit prompts and directs Genesis chapter 17 verse 3, Joshua chapter 5 verse 14; II Chronicles chapter 7 verse 3, Matthew chapter 2 verse 11; Matthew 26 verse 39, 1 Cor. 14 verse 25, Revelation chapter 4 verse 10 to 11 Psalm 66:4, Mark 5:6, Revelation 4:10-11, Revelation 19:4 and John 16:13.
What is feast?
BCS Feast Is the food that our Lord Jesus Christ promised will be fulfilled in the Kingdom of God, Luke 22:15-16. Our Lord Jesus Christ gave a demonstration, (Luke 22:19-20) of this most precious food and revealed the bread to be His body and the cup (water), as His new testament in His blood; The Love Feast. John 6:51-57, 1 Corinthians 10:16-17 Feast in BCS consists of fruits, vegetables, rice etc., and water. It is purely vegan and is blessed and served after service or fasting.
Why do BCS walk barefoot?
This is in recognition of the holiness of the divine sanctuary of God and the purity of His presence. Luke 10:4, Luke 9:3, Acts 7:33, Exodus 3:5 and Luke 22:35.