Pentecost Sunday Special Message  The Gift of Tongues

Acts 2:1-12, I Corinthians 12:7, 10-11;
I Corinthians 13:1; I Corinthians

When you read Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians, tongues was the greatest gift
Understanding tongues from our text.
Acts 2:1-12
A ____________________ that one is being filled with the spirit.

Tongues can be languages of ____________________ or of angels.

Tongues can be a ____________________ of the wonderful works of God or praising God in a language you don’t understand.
I Corinthians 12:7, 10-11

The gift of speaking in ____________________ kinds of tongues.

Interpretation of tongues-it is a form of prophecy, when a message in tongues uttered by the Spirit is interpreted by the Spirit through another.
I Corinthians 14:2,4,5,13-15, 18
____________________ use of tongues.

Speaking in tongues is speaking to ____________________ beyond one’s own understanding.

Speaking in tongues is for personal ____________________.

Tongues is a form of ____________________ where one bypasses the limitation of the mind and one’s spirit, infused by the Holy Spirit, prays.

____________________ believer should speak in tongues.

What God is saying.
God is concerned about ____________________ personally, and he is concerned about his ____________________, so tongues is for both.

Tongues and tongues and interpretation are under the control of the person speaking and the leadership in the church.
Be ____________________ with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues.

How to be filled with the Holy Spirit.
____________________ to be.

Have ____________________ laid on you.

Praise and adore the Lord.
Take a step of ____________________.


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