Saul to Paul and Tongues

Paul's Experience With Speaking in Tongues By Mel C. Montgomery The Book of Acts and Paul's own epistles reveal the entire cycle of the Holy Spirit in Paul's life and ministry. There is no need for guesswork. Scriptures plainly tell us how Paul received the Spirit, that he spoke in tongues, and then how that … Continue reading Saul to Paul and Tongues

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How Does Speaking in Tongues Sound?

In this post you will hear  Raymond speaking in tongues (languages). They are a supernatural gift of God given via the Baptism in the Holy Spirit. The bible speaks of this in many scriptures. Each Christian has a different tongue and even have different tongues (language) when praying at different times. You are not speaking … Continue reading How Does Speaking in Tongues Sound?

20 Truths of Baptism 

The New Testament associates many benefits with salvation, with faith, with obedience, and with repentance. The following list puts into perspective just how much the New Testament also says about the role of baptism. Many of the things here, which are clearly linked to baptism in the passages listed, cannot be explained outside of the … Continue reading 20 Truths of Baptism 

Evidence for the Baptism of The Holy Spirit – Smith Wigglesworth

There is much controversy today as regards the genuineness of this Pentecostal work, but there is nothing so convincing as the fact that over fifteen years ago a revival on lines began and has never ceased. You will find that in every time throughout the world God has poured out His Spirit in a remarkable … Continue reading Evidence for the Baptism of The Holy Spirit – Smith Wigglesworth

Is Baptism Part of Salvation?

The problem here is a western mindset trying to understand and take apart something that was never meant to be separated. Baptisms were always done as part of a conversion in the bible. For example, when Philip preaches to the Ethiopian eunuch what is his response to the gospel? "Here is some water. What would … Continue reading Is Baptism Part of Salvation?

Is the Sinners Prayer in the Bible?

The Sinner's Prayer as a Substitute for Biblical Baptism For the first fifteen hundred years of Christianity, baptism was viewed by Christians as the mechanism for receiving Christ and the remission of sins. It was the entrance into a covenant relationship with God through Christ. Baptism placed the repentant believer in contact with the death, … Continue reading Is the Sinners Prayer in the Bible?

Repentance and Baptism Not Symbolic

Then Peter said to them, "Repent, and let every one of you be baptised in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. For the promise is to you and to your children, and to all who are afar off, as many as … Continue reading Repentance and Baptism Not Symbolic

Practical Information on the Baptism of The Holy Spirit

Introduction According to the Bible three very important steps are necessary for each true believer. Born again (To be saved). Water Baptism. Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Jesus started His ministry at the age of thirty, after His water baptism and the baptism of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 3:13-17). Jesus received the Holy Spirit without … Continue reading Practical Information on the Baptism of The Holy Spirit

What is the Contentious Baptism of Fire?

There has been a new teaching and practice operating in the church circa 2005 but it could have been much before this date. Christians are getting baptised with “FIRE” as a separate event to the baptism with the Holy Spirit with accompanying strange signs. Many Charismatic and Independent Churches have started teaching about it and … Continue reading What is the Contentious Baptism of Fire?

Is Baptism Part of Salvation?

The problem here is a western mindset trying to understand and take apart something that was never meant to be separated. Baptisms were always done as part of a conversion in the bible. For example, when Philip preaches to the Ethiopian eunuch what is his response to the gospel? "Here is some water. What would … Continue reading Is Baptism Part of Salvation?