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Morning Rundown: 4 Truths About Speaking in Tongues

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Charisma Media Staff

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Four Truths About Speaking in Tongues  

Most Christians know the church was founded on the Day of Pentecost and many liturgical churches celebrate the day. But many ignore or overlook what happened that day—the Baptism in the Holy Spirit was given, including speaking in tongues.

There were many foreign visitors in Jerusalem that day and they heard their own languages. But this practice died down over the centuries until the modern Pentecostal movement that began with the Azusa Street revival of 1906 and which has swept the world.

Nevertheless, speaking in tongues has continued to be misunderstood and even controversial in many circles.

Stay Holy Stay Strong: Defending your purity in a world without boundaries

An increasing number of Christian leaders have resigned because of inappropriate sexual behavior. The regrettable result of these highly publicized sins has been one of two mindsets that have developed in many leaders in His church:

  • “This is unavoidable, and will I be next?”
  • “I would never succumb to such a sin as that!!”

Both responses are faulty. Neither fatalism nor arrogance will safeguard you from sin, so how can you avoid Satan’s traps?

Why Faith Over Feelings Matters to God

Are you feeling sad, guilty, mad, hurt or depressed? Are you trusting your emotions more than trusting God these days? Many people have fallen into that trap.

After all, these are the days that try men’s souls. The truth is, emotions can go up or down, east and west, but God never changes no matter how WE feel.

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