1)You are saying God is a sinner.
Where did I say that? Show me when I said God was a sinner. If you can do that, I will concede the point. Until then, stop misconstruing my points.
Jesus said every believer shall speak in tongues, And for you to say, "not everyone will", Is saying Jesus is telling us lies, And God is a respecter of people.
The Bible says not everyone will. Your case has failed.
If God gives ONE person the tongues to build them up, He has to give every Christian tongues, Otherwise He is a repecter of people, And that make Him a sinner, And Jesus a liar.
It is clear you do not understand what "respecter of persons" means. I've already told you what was meant, but you ignore it.
Every time people in the Bible were baptised in the Holy Ghost, They spoke in tongues.
Even if that were true, it doesn't mean everyone will. Besides, as I've pointed out, Paul didn't speak in tongues when he received the Spirit, so you are arguing under a false pretense.
So there you have three witnesses.
No, we have your mistaken interpretations.
Jesus said every believer shall speak in tongues.
Does every believer now speak in tongues? Like I've said, there are many Bible-believing Christians who have not.
God gives them to build us up, [And He isn't a respecter of people].
To build them up, yes. But there are many ways to be built up in the faith.
Everyone in the Bible who was baptised in the Holy Ghost, Spoke in tongues.
Again, see the account of Paul's conversion.
Your arguement is against God and the Bible..Not me.
It's most definitely against you. You are giving bizarre interpretations that cannot be substantiated.
2)Praying in tongues and praying in the Spirit are the smae thing.
PLEASE KEEP 1 Cor 14 in it's right context, When Paul is talking about praying in the Spirit, He is talking about praying in tongues.
KEEP v14--18 in context.
Please tell me where in the Bible it says that praying in tongues and praying in the spirit are the same thing. If you cannot, then you are just making up that interpretation.
3)If tongues are essential, Why would God give them??..He gave them because they are essential.
They are essential, but they aren't necessarily needed by everyone. If it strengthens an individual's relationship with Christ, then fine. My only argument is that you claim one must speak in tongues if you have received the Holy Ghost.
4)We receive the baptism in the Holy Ghost by faith, Or we don't receive through lack of faith.
If people don't receive the Holy Ghost, That isn't God's fault.
His desire is for all His people to be baptised in the Holy Ghost and speak in tongues.
But that doesn't account for the many true believers that never speak in tongues, good people believing in traditional Christian doctrine. If they have not spoken in tongues, then it is YOU who believes God is a respecter of persons.
5)As for the gifts of the Spirit, God gives to the people, the gifts that goes with their calling and Ministry.
For instance, An Evangelist would have the gifts of healings.
Yes, we are given gifts according to our calling and our place in the church. Agreed. But it illustrates the fact that God does not give all things to all people. In his wisdom, he bestows on each those things that pertain to them for their benefit and for the benefit of others.
But you still haven't answered an important question. If Tongues are proof, and Satan can imitate this proof, how do you know which source it came from? Wouldn't you agree that it cannot be proof if it can be imitated?