Your Prayer Language And How To Interpret

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4 Comments

  • Reply August 14, 2018

    Joe Absher

    Pentecostal and I luv it!

  • Reply August 16, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    I wouldnt call it prayer language but oh well

  • Reply August 17, 2018

    Scotty Searan

    I do speak in tongues some when I pray.
    But I don’t necessarily believe PRAYING IN THE SPIRIT is only when I speak in tongues
    I believe that the Holy Ghost can take over your prayer in your native tongue, Just like the Holy Ghost will inspire you to say something in your native tongue while preaching or teaching and you wonder within yourself where it came from. It may change the flow of the lesson or message.

  • Reply August 17, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    speaking in tongues is the classical terminology
    prayer language was introduced by the Jesus movement
    then picked up by the Vineyard and community churches
    finally becoming reflective of the neo-Charismatic movement
    I believe we’ve discussed this with William DeArteaga and Peter Vandever on several occasions before to clarify it

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