The Mechanics and Practice of Speaking in Tongues: How to Speak in Tongues on Purpose with Purpose

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The Challenge
We are going to present (and prove) a number of concepts in this study that are new and even revolutionary to the student of speaking in new tongues. Among these concepts are:

• All men have (passively) spoken in tongues from birth, even before they spoke in their native tongue. This includes non-Christians.
• Speaking in tongues is a natural and normal thing to...

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Overview

The Challenge
We are going to present (and prove) a number of concepts in this study that are new and even revolutionary to the student of speaking in new tongues. Among these concepts are:

• All men have (passively) spoken in tongues from birth, even before they spoke in their native tongue. This includes non-Christians.
• Speaking in tongues is a natural and normal thing to do.
• People were (actively) speaking in tongues hundreds of years before Christ was born.
• New tongues are not real languages and cannot be understood by any man. They can be understood by God because of His power.
• The believers in Acts Chapter Two were not speaking in new tongues.
• Jesus spoke in new tongues.
• By speaking in new tongues one can commune with God, heal the sick, and raise the dead.
• You can learn to (actively) speak in new tongues, and do it at will.
• Speaking in new tongues is for all intents and purposes gibberish. It is gibberish that only God (by His supernatural power) can understand.
• A spiritual thing is not necessarily a supernatural thing.
• Speaking in new tongues is a "merely spiritual" manifestation as opposed to a supernatural manifestation.
• Speaking in new tongues is not "diversities of tongues".
• "Diversities of tongues" is both a spiritual manifestation and a supernatural manifestation.
• Speaking in tongues is a co-operative effort between the spirit and the soul.

Numbers.

It is estimated that:
• 600 million humans believe in the practice of speaking in tongues.
• As of April 2006, 500 million humans practice speaking in tongues.
• The number of those speaking in tongues has increased 168 million since 1988.
• Denominations that promote speaking in tongues add 20 million converts to their pews each year.
• 100 million Catholics identify with the Charismatic movement and speaking tongues.
• If these statistics are true and continue. By 2025 there could be over 1.14 billion believers who practice speaking in tongues.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492990338
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/14/2013
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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