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The SPEAKING in TONGUES in the Fields of the Wood at Prayer Mountain in Murphy, NC

The SPEAKING in TONGUES in the Fields of the Wood at Prayer Mountain in Murphy, NC

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A. J. TOMLINSON SPEAKING IN TONGUES IN 1907 – CHURCH OF GOD (OF PROPHECY) CLEVELAND, TN

A. J. TOMLINSON SPEAKING IN TONGUES IN 1907 – CHURCH OF GOD (OF PROPHECY) CLEVELAND, TN

Aug. 19, 1907 Union Grove, One received the baptism with the Holy Ghost and spoke with other tongues. Nov. 19, 1907 Just came home last night from the Tellico mountains, where I have been for a week holding meetings. While I was preaching some laughed, about all cried, and one fell off his seat and just bellowed out in good fashion. Nov. 10, 1908 I went to Chattanooga on Monday, Nov. 2, and remain... »

PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS Nov. 26, 1908 Cleveland….

PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS Nov. 26, 1908 Cleveland….

PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS Nov. 26, 1908 Cleveland. During my sermon I broke down and went to crying, and the Holy Ghost… PREACHING in TONGUES among early PENTECOSTALS Nov. 26, 1908 Cleveland. During my sermon I broke down and went to crying, and the Holy Ghost caught up Homer, my own son... »

The gift of tongues was a divinely bestowed supernatural ability…

The gift of tongues was a divinely bestowed supernatural ability…

This IMO is the right position on Tongues … It is the position that I hold anyway The gift of tongues was a divinely bestowed supernatural ability to speak in a human language that had not been learned by the one speaking. According to the Apostle Paul, when believers exercised the gift of tongues in church, they were to speak one at a time, and only two or three were to speak in… »