Thursday, April 12, 2018

PRAYING WITH THE SPIRIT 2

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1 Corinthians 14:2 (NKJV)
For he who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God, for no one understands him; however, in the spirit he speaks mysteries.

One of the reasons why Femi stopped praying in tongues before he experienced spiritual dryness was because ever since he started praying in tongues, he had never heard himself speak in any human language, so he sometimes wondered if his tongues were really genuine. But after the experience he had, he decided that whether he spoke in a language or not, he was going to continue to pray in tongues.

When you pray in tongues and people hear you speak in their own native language, this is a sign and wonder from God. The Miracle is performed in their hearing process. That is why in Acts 2:5, there were people from every nation under heaven, yet each person heard the disciples speaking in their own native languages (see Acts 2:6,8). Acts 2 didn’t say the disciples spoke in different languages, but it says each person heard them in his own language.

From today’s Bible verse, we can see that in reality, when a person prays in tongues, no one understands him, however, in the spirit he speaks… In the flesh, it may appear that he isn’t really speaking but uttering nonsense or simply groaning, but in the spirit, he speaks mysteries.

When God causes people to begin to understand what you are saying in tongues, it is a sign and a wonder and not usually the general rule. Even when a person is not praying to God, but giving the people a message from the Lord in tongues, he speaks mysteries and no one understands him, that is why in that case, there is the need for an interpreter.
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