Living a Word-Life!

Class this past Sunday was Terrific!!  We had revelation from God!

We learned that Speaking in Tongues in Acts 2:4 was not what we’ve been taught.  It wasn’t a sounding of gibberish that we can’t understand. Rather, the word “tongue” in the Greek is glossai, glosson or glossa meaning “a language, the supernatural gift of speaking in another language without its having been learnt.” (Strong’s Concordance, Greek Dictionary)

This verse talks about the disciples speaking in languages of many other nationalities than their own without ever being taught to do so.  Hmmm… that’s in the Word.  Thank God for the “Truth.” (John 8:32).

Next week we are going to go even deeper!!  We’re going to go to a place you’ve never gone before….GET READY!!!!!

Stephen B.


Comments on: "Speaking In Tongues..Not What You Thought…." (2)

  1. I am excited to attend and see what we learn next week!

  2. My bigger unanswered question is: are we mixing speaking in tongues with praying in tongues? Speaking in the sense of delivering a message to others in the congregation that requires interpretation and praying or singing in the Spirit which are completely separate spiritual phenomenons.

    As outlined so well by scripture during class that on the Day of Pentecost was hearing and understanding unlearned languages, my confusion centers around what I believe is an inference not to speak in tongues during regular church services without interpretation.

    I hope we will have an opportunity soon to clarify the question.

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