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Date Posted:17/12/2010 8:22 AMCopy HTML

Mrs Mole advises that between the two meetings they have a special meeting to teach children how to speak in tongues.

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Re:Childrens' Prayer Meeting

Date Posted:17/12/2010 10:50 PMCopy HTML

They do not teach anyone to speak in tongues. They encourage everyone, including children who are old enough and showing interest, to pray for the Holy Spirit. Not the same thing.

The only case I know of where people were "taught" to speak in tongues was in a false, perverted church operating under the communist regime in the former Soviet Union. It did not work of course, so the state failed to show that it could accomplish things reserved only for God to perform.
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Re:Childrens' Prayer Meeting

Date Posted:17/12/2010 11:47 PMCopy HTML

Good morning, Alan.

They do not teach anyone to speak in tongues. But of course they do. The entire 'seeker' process is designed to condition (i.e. 'teach') people how to babble away mindlessly in Revivalist 'tongues', a process that is completely absent in the very few cases described in the book of Acts where we encounter the miracle of languages. Reflect, we're not 'noobs' off the street lacking experience in this subject; we're former Revivalists, people who were once just as you are now but who through the grace of God have shunned the lie that is Revivalist 'salvation'. They encourage everyone, including children who are old enough and showing interest, to pray for the Holy Spirit. Not the same thing. Correct! Revivalist 'tongues' and 'praying for the Holy Spirit' are not the same thing.

The only case I know of where people were "taught" to speak in tongues was in a false, perverted church operating under the communist regime in the former Soviet Union. It did not work of course, so the state failed to show that it could accomplish things reserved only for God to perform. My experience of Revivalism, spanning 25 years and addressing every state in Australia, is obviously quite different to yours. You claim to have encountered only one person who was taught 'tongues', whereas I've personally come across hundreds! I can only presume, then, that your (naive) perspective is so rigidly and uncritically ingrained towards defending the nonsense that your heretical sect promotes, that you're simply incapable of discerning truth from error. For instance, there have been about nine scientifically conducted linguistic research studies into Pentecostal 'tongues' speaking undertaken since the 1950s that I'm personally acquainted with. Of the hundreds of 'tongues-speakers' who've submitted to having their babble analysed, not a single case of xenoglossy was ever proven. Not a one. This established 'truth with proof' demolishes your "God gave me a real language that I've never learned" claim. Likely as not it wasn't God. Chances are it was the person who stood beside your baptism tank, or those who knelt beside you in the 'Seeker's Meeting', and who coached you to babble away, that really gave you your Revivalist 'tongue'.

It's time that you discard your Revivalist fables; turn to God and believe the Gospel.

Goose.

Ian
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