1. Scripture Only: The Holy Scripture, the only infallible rule of faith and practice, is all sufficient in matters of the Faith once delivered unto the Saints. It is it's own Interpreter. Holy men of God wrote the Words of Scripture by the Inspiration of God, and It is the only verbal revelation given to man. It is the supreme sole authority in the Church, and can not be superseded, or outdated. As a translation, the Authorized Version (KJV), has the full authority of the original, in as it stands on the Original. His Word is divinely preserved. It has sixty six books, containing 31,101 verses, no more, no less.
2.Grace Only: Salvation is by grace, alone, being given as unconditional favor, and not based on merit, present, or foreseen,.It is not by any action, work of righteousness, or charity on our part (including any and all rituals, or sacraments), nor family line, or race. It is solely by the free gift of God, given for reasons only found in God, Himself, by His free choice. The Wind bloweth where it listeth.
3.Christ, Only: Jesus Christ, the divine second member of the Holy Trinity, alone is King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. He is the Sole Head of the Church, both in Heaven and on Earth, and will not be usurped. The Savior, being the only way, the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father, except through Him. He alone, is the Lord of Salvation, being the Author and Finisher of our Faith. It is in Christ, alone, and His Work of shedding His blood on the cross, that Justice is satisfied. It is He Who saves us, and not we ourselves. He mediates for and keeps His Sheep, and loses none.
4.Faith Only: Salvation is by Faith, alone, and that not originating in us, but is of God. "The Just shall live by Faith," teaches that salvation is a daily living, trusting, working faith, not just a one time decision. We simply trust Him for all our needs, both daily and eternally.
5.God's Glory, Only: to God be the Glory, First. and Only. He is worthy! A Christian's motivation is to glorify the Savior, having Christ ever first, and not drawing attention to himself, on purpose, or his efforts, accomplishments, talent, past, present, or future. He is not left on earth to honor himself with impressive positions, titles, and accolades, though not excluded from them, but, rather, to humbly glorify and honor the Only Wise God, our Father, with thanksgiving and service. A Christian should manifest grace and a life of virtue, ever bowing to His Word, by living for his Savior, til He Comes.