The designation of Hebrew Pentecostal emphasizes the relevance of both Old and New Testament principles in modern day worship and service to God.
The term Hebrew comes from a root word that means to (cross over.) Abraham believed God and crossed over out of the land of his fathers and from his kindred. Abraham%s faith was counted to him for righteousness. Jesus Christ is the promised seed of Abraham.
Through faith in Jesus Christ we are heirs according to the promise that God gave to Abraham. The promise of Jesus Christ to send the Holy Ghost was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost. In accordance with Scriptures, the House of God emphasizes the necessity of the Holy Spirit in the life of every believer.