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Old 07-28-2019, 08:31 PM
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Re: Tongues- A sign or THE sign Of Spirit Infillin

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Originally Posted by Michael The Disciple View Post
1 Cor. 14:18-19



Why did Paul thank God he spoke in tongues more than they all? Was he walking in pride? Trying to put others down?

On the contrary it would seem he is trying to ENCOURAGE THEM to speak in tongues more than they were.

If he spoke in tongues more than they all and it was NOT IN THE CHURCH where was it?

Obviously in his private prayer time.

It seems either he was boasting or using himself as an example that the believer should take advantage of the benefit of praying in tongues. And if they all could NOT pray in tongues it would SEEM indeed he was boasting.
Very good thoughts you bring up here...

I’m not sure that I agree this either shows Paul as 1. boasting, or 2. Encouraging all all to speak in tongues...

He certainly did encourage prophecy in lieu of speaking in tongues, yet, makes it clear that not all prophesy...
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