Even some 2,000 years after the last stoke of ink was used to complete the writing of the Bible, some argue the value of parts of its content. A case in point concerns the importance of praying in the Spirit, or, in other words, praying in other tongues.
Really, this is a waste of brain cells to even consider discussing this matter. The man who wrote over half of the New Testament, had a personal visitation by Jesus while on his way to Damascus, visited the third heaven (most people would be thrilled to just make the first heaven), witnessed things on his visit to heaven that he declared to be unlawful to tell, wrote …
“Now I wish that you might all speak in (unknown) tongues …”
1 Corinthians 14:5 (Amplified Bible)
“… and do not forbid or hinder speaking in (unknown) tongues.”
1 Corinthians 14:39 (Amplified Bible)
Looking at the credentials of the person giving these directives … well, enough said. The discussion is closed.