Tongues / Ted Cruz

Tongues / Ted Cruz

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There is not time to discuss the Bible and all of these Ted Cruz spiritual matters – not that anyone would be interested anyway.

Besides for me to speak the Truth into the Ted Cruz matter would make me a whole set of  new enemies – on both sides of the isle.

On the issue of the spiritual gift of tongues, these things must present.

  • Only one person at time can speak in tongues.
  • Their must be an interpretation of the tongue or the speaker must keep quiet.
  • When you hear a group of individuals speaking in tongues – it is sin.

If anyone speaks in a tongue, two–or at the most three–should speak, one at a time, and someone must interpret. If there is no interpreter, the speaker should keep quiet in the church and speak to himself and God. (1 Corinthians 14:27-28)

PENTECOSTAL ted cruz logo* this post should not viewed for or against Ted Cruz. : opinion that counts |  Friday, March 11, 2016

Article Reference

(—The name “Pentecostal” derives from the feast of the Pentecost, typically celebrated fifty days after Easter, and identified in the Acts of the Apostles 2:1-31 as the day when the Holy Spirit descended in “purifying fire” upon the Apostles of Jesus Christ, inspiring them to go forth from hiding in fear to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Pentecostals believe the Apostles of Jesus were aided by the Holy Spirit’s “gift of tongues,” in what Pentecostals consider as “baptism by the Holy Spirit,” deriving from 1 Corinthians 12:14, that gave the Apostles the ability to speak in a “God-enabled prayer language” that Pentecostals believe even today allows the unintelligible human utterances of an Pentecostal evangelist to be understood by foreigners who do not speak the Pentecostal evangelist’s language.

Heidi Nelson Cruz, Ted’s wife, is the daughter of Seventh-day Adventist missionaries, explaining why she spent part of her childhood traveling with her parents to places like Kenya. “Speaking in Tongues” Religion reporter Sarah Pulliam Bailey, writing in the Washington Post on March 25, 2015, was of the first to recognize Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign logo and the purifying tongue-of-fire logo used commonly to identify Pentecostal churches.

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