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Is Speaking in Tongues the Necessary Evidence of Receiving the Holy Spirit?

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Joanne Lee

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Is it biblical to say that speaking in tongues is the necessary evidence of receiving the Holy Spirit? Does everyone who receives the Holy Spirit speak in tongues? To answer these questions, let us look at the apostolic experience and ask, "How did the apostles know whether a person had received the Holy Spirit?"

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When does a person receive the Holy Spirit? The common belief is when he or she accepts Jesus Christ as their Savior. Yet the accounts in Acts indicate that the indwelling of the Holy Spirit is a separate event that usually takes place after a person's acceptance of Christ and baptism. The baptism of the Holy Spirit is also contingent on whether a person accepts the complete gospel of salvation. The article examines the apostolic precedent, as well as the difference between preaching and praying in tongues mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12.

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Is Speaking in Tongues the Necessary Evidence of Receiving the Holy Spirit?

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1590, 122, 328, 393, 144, 2, 329, 377, 390, 247, 243, 235, 244, 246, 245, 230, 239, 237, 241, 234, 242, 238, 231, 240

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