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Why, When, and How did the Apostle Paul Speak in Tongues?

October 31, 2013 | by: Sam Storms| 1 Comments

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Daniel

Oct 31, 2013

"The only possible answer is that Paul exercised his remarkable gift in private, in the context of his personal, devotional intimacy with God." So good. This is explains why he said, "But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silent in church and speak to himself and to God." (1 Cor 14:28)

Thanks for a balanced message on this. On the one hand, it warns crazies from having "conversations" in "tongues" on stage without interpretation, but on the other hand, warns intellectuals against emphasizing the mind to the point that it's the only avenue through which our spirits can be edified or God can be pleased with our worship.

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