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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by chosenone on Today at 13:48:40 »
No Judy, that's incorrect~unknown tongues in the scriptures is without exception a known language somewhere in this world~it would be nice to think otherwise for a few reasons, mainly, NO ONE COULD could verify what you were saying.

I will give a Few Ideas sober words from the Apostles concerning unknown tongues....later. Is it not strange that our Lord never worship God in that manner, but did worship God when considering certain Bible truth, mainly God's sovereignty in revealing the truth to some and hiding truths from others, which all Pentecostals hates the thoughts of! Selah.

I dont need anyone to verify what God gives me to pray because I trust Him. I know thats its always in His will. There have been many examples where someone who was praying in tongues was told what language it was by someone from that country who was there. In my last church a message was given in tongues, that a visitor told him afterwards was a message to her church in her own language. He was amazed as he had no idea that he was speaking in that language, and had never been to her country.


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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by chosenone on Today at 13:44:14 »
^^^truth
 

In my experience it very much is.
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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by mommydi on Today at 13:27:32 »
No Judy, that's is incorrect~unknown tongues in the scriptures is without exception a known language somewhere in this world~it would be nice to think otherwise for a few reasons, mainly, NO ONE COULD could verify what you were saying.

I will give a Few Ideas sober words from the Apostles concerning unknown tongues....later. Is it not strange that our Lord never worship God in that manner, but did worship God when considering certain Bible truth, mainly God's sovereignty in revealing the truth to some and hiding truths from others, which all Pentecostals hates the thoughts of! Selah.

+1
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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by RB on Today at 13:15:10 »
When I pray in tongues I just start praying. I can't write it any more than I could write Japanese or Chinese. It's a spiritual language.
No Judy, that's incorrect~unknown tongues in the scriptures is without exception a known language somewhere in this world~it would be nice to think otherwise for a few reasons, mainly, NO ONE COULD could verify what you were saying.

I will give a Few Ideas sober words from the Apostles concerning unknown tongues....later. Is it not strange that our Lord never worship God in that manner, but did worship God when considering certain Bible truth, mainly God's sovereignty in revealing the truth to some and hiding truths from others, which all Pentecostals hates the thoughts of!
Quote from: Jesus' attitude of God's sovereignty in the affairs of men as far as relating to divine revelation of truth~ 32 AD
Matthew 11:25-27~"At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes. Even so, Father: for so it seemed good in thy sight. All things are delivered unto me of my Father: and no man knoweth the Son, but the Father; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son, and he to whomsoever the Son will reveal him."
Selah.
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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by mommydi on Today at 13:06:05 »
You are attacking what God gives, just be aware of this.

What if God gave him a word of knowledge to post that - to shake some sense into you? By rejecting his post, you may be rejecting God's message to you.


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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by mommydi on Today at 13:03:07 »
This prayer languages stuff isn't in the bible as practiced by its adherents. 

^^^truth

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Christian Politics Forum / Re: Jeff Sessions
« Last post by Texas Conservative on Today at 12:56:52 »
I don't like the job that Sessions does outside of the recusal.

The DOJ reversed an Obama era decision on non-criminal asset forfeiture.  Sessions is an opponent of liberty and private property, and this is one of the reasons I never liked him.

"The specific issue here mainly touches on Sessions’s plan to revoke certain Obama-era restrictions on asset forfeiture. In response to the general unjustness of asset forfeiture and specific cases of abuse associated with it, many states have limited the use of the process, and 13 of them require an actual criminal conviction before seizing assets. But the federal government offered police agencies operating under more restrictive state rules an out in the form of cooperative seizures — “equitable sharing,” they call it — under which federal authorities accepted seized assets in a cooperative capacity and then shared them with local agencies. Which is to say, the federal government set up a program of official money-laundering in order to make an end run around state laws. Cute, that. The Obama-era reforms cut back on that, and Sessions means to return to the status quo ante as part of an aggressive new campaign to expand the use of forfeiture against drug traffickers. No American should be deprived of liberty or property without due process. Which is to say, conservatives should object to this on due-process grounds and on Tenth Amendment grounds — if the states wish to restrict the use of asset forfeiture, then Washington has no business interfering. Conservatives, and all Americans, also should object to the abuses of forfeiture that have been well documented for years."



Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/449670/jeff-sessions-civil-asset-forfeiture-plans-conservatives-should-oppose

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Chosenone, I guess that you asked me a direct question here.

And my answer is, unequivocally, "Yes."

(As I have mentioned in my previous posts, I would determine, by the year 1993, that the only meaningful prophecies in the Book of Revelation are Revelation 11:3 & Revelation 12:5.)

My previous posts have mentioned that you are full of it.
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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by Texas Conservative on Today at 12:51:01 »
 

Its all in the Bible. Paul taught a lot on the spiritual gifts.

This prayer languages stuff isn't in the bible as practiced by its adherents.  Scriptures are used with what they feel is implied meaning with anecdotal stories.

If it helps you out, and there isn't anything explicit condemning it in scripture, I am going to remain skeptical but not condemn it either.
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Devotionals / Re: Praying in Tongues-Few Ideas
« Last post by MeMyself on Today at 11:57:37 »
oh, the babblers certainly feel THEY are "more spiritual" then those that dont jibber-jabber.

And for those that do; its wrong.

But

just as wrong is the name calling and labels that belittle their convictions on tongues.

I really wish God's people could embrace and understand what it means to show grace in disputable matters. 
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