Salvation is by grace and is applied to honest faith in Jesus.
Christ is true God and true flesh.
The sacrifice of Jesus was remissional.
Humans must receive a new nature, as the nature of heaven, if they want to get there. That means that born again, must in this day be re-explained and experienced all over, as to what it means biblically. Assurance of salvation is based in the fruit of conforming to the new nature as the essence that this change has taken place.
Being filled with the Holy Spirit to live for God is essential.
Temperance showing itself through self-control and being reasonable, avoiding extremes is essential. This does not mean to succumb to status quo in a passion for God, but relates to issues of life having essential ethical guideposts.
Eternal judgment (heaven or flame) is immediate in status and also future in state and done by Jesus' resurrection as to there being only one way to life as Jesus was justified by the Spirit before the world.
*Rev The Nations is inter-denominational in emphasis, while maintains an ethos and doctrinal flavor that reflects the interpretation paradigm of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and Inductive method, the intention is conformity to evangelical in the historic understanding of stemming to the early church and patristic message and as exterior in precedent.