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FORMS
CONSTANTINE
CONFUSION
MEANWHILE
INITIAL
SPLIT
CREATING
SPOONS
BEAKS
UNKNOWN TONGUES
PRAYER LANGUAGE
DAUGHTER TONGUES
TONGUES DIFFERENT COLORS
SPIRIT BAPTISM
WAGGING
LONG TONGUES
HOLY SPIRIT BAPTISM
IRANIAN TONGUES
THEMSELVES
MOTHER TONGUES
MEANS
EXPERIENCE
CHRISTIAN
MOVEMENT
PEOPLES
RISE
EARTH
GREEK
BOOK
ORGANIC
PREY
RELIGIONS
BELIEF
ARMENIAN
ROLL
PAUL
LANGUAGE
DENOMINATIONS
PERSON
FLAME
FIRE
SANDERS
ITALY
IRVING
ARAGON
NUMBER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Tongues were given at the Azusa Street revival and the Spirit is now restoring prophets and apostles to the church for a new government. (Web site)
  2. Tongues are wagging over a recent sighting of supermodel Elle Macpherson and NBC legal eagle Dan Abrams. (Web site)
  3. Two tongues are being spoken locally.
  4. These tongues are likely descended from Hittite or Luwian.
  5. Speaking in Tongues is the "Initial Evidence" The initial evidence of the baptism with the Holy Spirit is speaking in tongues.

Forms

  1. Mental Phenomena use mental energy to produce forms of mediumship such as Clairvoyance, Psychometry, Gift of Tongues, and Inspirational and Trance Speaking.

Constantine

  1. Constantine had his uncle's eyes put out and the tongues of his father's four other brothers cut off. (Web site)

Confusion

  1. Kabbalistic grammatical speculation was directed at recovering the original language spoken by Adam and Eve in Paradise, lost in the confusion of tongues. (Web site)

Meanwhile

  1. Cobain's lyrics, meanwhile, were imbued with the Pentecostal passion of someone speaking in tongues. (Web site)

Initial

  1. Believes a person must speak in tongues as an initial evidence of the Holy Spirit in him.

Split

  1. These tongues later also split up still further, eventually giving rise to the many modern Indo-European languages.

Creating

  1. Subjects frequently develop a habit of pushing the metal stud in their tongues up against and between the front teeth, creating a gap. (Web site)

Spoons

  1. However, in Tongues, actual objects are never reached for as one would reach for a spoon in Spoons.

Beaks

  1. To aid in the digestion of their food animals evolved organs such as beaks, tongues, teeth, a crop, gizzard, and others. (Web site)

Unknown Tongues

  1. When the Baptism in the Holy Spirit is received, unknown tongues will follow. (Web site)

Prayer Language

  1. One being tongues as a prayer language given at the baptism of the Holy Spirit. (Web site)

Daughter Tongues

  1. So the proto-Indo-European language could not have started to split into its daughter tongues much before that date, some linguists argue. (Web site)
  2. With reconstructed protoforms (including intermediary) and the attested forms in daughter tongues for each etymon.

Tongues Different Colors

  1. The kids have multi-colored tongues, because, as Danny Antonucci stated, kids are almost always eating something that turn their tongues different colors.

Spirit Baptism

  1. Irvingites believed that their "speaking in tongues" was the same as reported at Pentecost, and evidence of Spirit baptism.

Wagging

  1. Tongues began wagging at court, telling tales of incest but in fact Honorius was probably only displaying immature and inappropriate brotherly affection.

Long Tongues

  1. Woodpeckers are small to medium sized birds with chisel like beaks, short legs, stiff tails and long tongues used for capturing insects. (Web site)

Holy Spirit Baptism

  1. Even among those who accept this, opinion is divided as to whether all those who receive the Holy Spirit baptism also receive the gift of tongues.

Iranian Tongues

  1. It is known as the golden era of Persian.The Islamic conquest of Iran commenced a synthesis of the Arabic and Iranian tongues.

Themselves

  1. The complaints of the merchants and artisans were vain; the Papal Governors and nipoti held their tongues, or took themselves off on the first opportunity. (Web site)

Mother Tongues

  1. Many Catalans and Basques refuse to identify themselves as Hispanic in the US census, especially those who have Catalan and Basque as mother tongues.
  2. This is the first time serious statistics were computed about the proportion of mother tongues in France.
  3. However, they bring into classrooms the knowledge of their mother tongues and their cultural and linguistic values.

Means

  1. This is not limited to speaking in tongues, but can also include other means of communication such as prophecy.
  2. Also, pentecostals have different views on the idea of what "tongues" actually means. (Web site)

Experience

  1. Agnes Ozman was the first student to experience the fullness of the Holy spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues.

Christian

  1. Today, Wimber, Wagner and other third wave leaders do speak in tongues but do not make it an evidence that a Christian has been filled with the Holy Spirit. (Web site)

Movement

  1. The great majority of the Movement rejected "tongues" as a necessary evidence or accompaniment of the experience of entire sanctification.

Peoples

  1. And he gave him power and glory and a kingdom: and all peoples, tribes, and tongues shall serve him.

Rise

  1. These contact languages, or " pidgins," give rise to " creoles " if they become mother tongues in their own right. (Web site)

Earth

  1. And all the peoples, tribes, and tongues of the earth shall enter in. (Web site)
  2. Dyson warned the three men returning to Earth not to stick their tongues out during the Soyuz's jarring landing.

Greek

  1. During the seances, Kelley was to speak in more than a few tongues, including Latin and Greek as well as the Enochian language. (Web site)

Book

  1. The book is not written as a theological argument for tongues and only those from a charismatic experience can truly appreciate Hayford's book. (Web site)
  2. Nonetheless, the tongues of Pentecost differed according to God’s will and purpose, as did the tongues in the book of Corinthians. (Web site)

Organic

  1. They commonly contain tongues of mineral and organic horizons, organic and mineral intrusions and oriented rock fragments. (Web site)
  2. With an organic, and rootsy vibe, Sin puts his own California-grown spin on a sound that's reminiscent of the Native Tongues.

Prey

  1. Leiopelmids are nocturnal and catch their prey by lunging at it, as they do not have protrusible tongues (unlike most frogs). (Web site)

Religions

  1. Survey turns up atheists who believe in God, Orthodox who pray in tongues, and evangelicals who think many religions lead to eternal life. (Web site)

Belief

  1. The first is the belief that the "charismatic gifts" of the Holy Spirit, such as tongues, prophecy, and miraculous healing, are still in effect today.

Armenian

  1. After all, Persian, which they knew, is an Indo-European language, as is Sanskrit, as well as Greek, Armenian and the tongues of many of their subjects. (Web site)

Roll

  1. It's just that their names don't roll off the tongues of magazine editors, or appear in newspapers or campaign ads.

Paul

  1. When Paul placed his hands on them, the Holy Spirit came on them, and they spoke in tongues and prophesied. (Web site)
  2. St. Paul speaks of "kinds of tongues", which may imply that glossolalia manifested itself in many forms: e.g. (Web site)

Language

  1. It's so Christian that I honestly feel that Enochian language IS the deciphered language of speaking in tongues.
  2. Paumotu (the language of the Tuamotu Islands), and Mangarevan (spoken in the Gambiers) are both native tongues.

Denominations

  1. They deny the legitimacy of the conversion of "born again" Christians from other denominations where tongues are rarely, if ever, spoken. (Web site)

Person

  1. For example the Holy Spirit may give one person the ability to speak in tongues but grant another person the ability to interpret tongues.
  2. Once a person has spoken in tongues, it is a recurrent phenomenon, involved in direct communication with God. (Web site)
  3. This is when a person is moved by God to speak in tongues during a church service or other Christian gathering for everyone to hear. (Web site)

Flame

  1. The Holy Spirit in Christianity is described as "tongues of flame".

Fire

  1. On the first Pentecost, Jesus' disciples were gathered in Jerusalem when a mighty wind was heard and tongues of fire appeared over their heads. (Web site)

Sanders

  1. Coltrane and Sanders were described by Nat Hentoff as " speaking in tongues ".

Italy

  1. The Romance Languages of Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, and Romania developed from a hybrid version of spoken Latin and native tongues. (Web site)

Irving

  1. Irving also believed that tongues and prophecy had divine origin and were truly revelatory in nature. (Web site)

Aragon

  1. The holdings were organized into eight tongues (one each in Aragon, Auvergne, Castile, England, France, Germany, Italy, and Provence).

Number

  1. English shares these feature with a number of tongues, but its structural development has led to such distinctive traits as merit attention.
  2. The number of mother tongues in India is as high as 1652. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Thought > Belief > God > Holy Spirit
  2. Religion > Christianity > Sacraments > Baptism
  3. Speaking
  4. Belief > Religion > Judaism > Prophecy
  5. Gifts

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