He Who Spoke In Tongues

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  1. Maugami
    17th century – Early Quakers, such as Edward Burrough, make mention of tongues speaking in their meetings: "We spoke with new tongues, as the Lord gave us utterance, and His Spirit led us".
  2. Gomuro
    Speaking in tongues for edification. Speaking in tongues in itself can benefit a person. Paul states: “He who speaks in a tongue edifies himself.” 1 Corinthians Speaking in tongues can help you express what is in your spirit and which you cannot express with words.
  3. Nishura
    Indeed, he explicitly says, “do not forbid to speak with tongues” (v. 39b). Paul also writes: “He who speaks in a tongue edifies himself, but he who prophesies edifies the church. I wish you all spoke with tongues, but even more that you prophesied” (vv. 4– 5a). Paul clearly is teaching the comparative superiority of prophecy over.
  4. Megis
    Therefore, he who speaks in a tongue should pray for the power to interpret. (1 Corinthians RSV) That suggests that when God gives the gift of tongues, as he did in that 1st century world, very obviously, he also gives with it the gift of interpretation.
  5. Shaktijind
    For he who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God, for no one understands him; however, in the spirit he speaks mysteries. King James Bible For he that speaketh in an unknown tongue speaketh not unto men, but unto God: for no man understandeth him .
  6. Tushicage
    Jan 02,  · Many today see “tongues” as some sort of unintelligible, supernatural form of speech. Biblically, the gift of speaking in tongues occurs when someone speaks a language he does not know in order to edify someone who does speak that language (1 Corinthians ).
  7. Mektilar
    Information that is provided by several passages within the chapter reveals that some of the Corinthian saints, who possessed the divine gift of being able to speak in foreign languages[ordinary human tongues] in a supernaturalmanner, were abusing that gift.
  8. Kigagal
    There he taught that speaking in tongues was the scriptural evidence for the reception of the baptism with the Holy Spirit. On January 1, , after a watch night service, the students prayed for and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. Parham received this same experience sometime later and began.