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Why do some people believe we need to speak in tongues in order to go to Heaven?   Find the answers in the Free book below, including the Bible verses, in Chapter III and its subchapters.

 

       When we study Speaking in Tongues in the Bible, we will mainly be studying the book of Acts and the book of 1 Corinthians.  In the book of Acts, we study about Speaking in Tongues upon receiving the Holy Ghost (Holy Spirit).  In the book of 1 Corinthians, we study about Speaking in Tongues during a Church service, and during a Christian's life.

       The Bible declares if we do not have the Holy Ghost (the Spirit of God) dwelling in us, we are not a Christian.  We must receive the Holy Ghost; it is absolutely necessary!

       The book of Acts records events of people receiving the Holy Ghost.   When people received the Holy Ghost in the Bible, they spoke in tongues.  This happened repeatedly, forming a pattern.  It is believed, speaking in tongues naturally takes place when someone receives the Holy Ghost.

       The belief concludes, if we did not speak in tongues, we did not receive the Holy Ghost. This belief about speaking in tongues upon receiving the Holy Ghost is based on Biblical records, personal experiences, and eye witnessing: speaking in tongues happened in the Bible; speaking in tongues happened to them; speaking in tongues happens to other people in their church.  They see a big Godly change in a person’s life after he receives the Holy Ghost, genuinely speaks in tongues, and continues to follow the Spirit of God.

       For a deeper understanding about speaking in tongues, including Bible verses, download and read the following book.  The book also contains many other interesting topics.

 

The missing Bible verses are verses that are missing from common beliefs, because they are ignored.

 

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