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tongue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jake Wilson 14 hours ago. 17 Replies

Does the messianic community practice the tongue like Pentecost or Charismatic? ( sorry if my English language less, i usually speak Indonesia )

baptisan

Started this discussion. Last reply by beryl etanah Dec 18, 2017. 4 Replies

Baptisan dalam komunitas Mesianik seperti apa?

apa arti carilah dahulu kerajaan Tuhan

Started this discussion. Last reply by denis desmanto Dec 3, 2017. 2 Replies

Apa arti carilah dahulu kerajaan Tuhan?

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Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi Mikha, what is your background if I may ask? Are you Jewish?"
14 hours ago
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi Mikha, No, of course not - no one can say that (a good example in the Tanakh is Hannah). As Elohim sees our heart/thoughts, one can pray surely also inwardly, but the initial question referred to "praying in tongues". Why were the…"
yesterday
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Quote: Well, I wanted to know whether you speak in tongues out of personal interest (and after all it’s the initial subject), and your explanation showed that you don’t speak in tongues. If a persons prayer utterances are not audible…"
yesterday
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi, Yes, as mentioned already, the term “Christians” seems to have been used by ignorant people, and in a scornful way. However, I would emphasize that the original derogatory term was a Hebrew one: Mashiachim, i.e., Messianics (it seems…"
Monday
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Jake, Looks like we are coming to a consensus at last. I agree that Nazarene's were likely at times called X-tian by unknowing/without understanding persons. It's your use of the term "Jews" that we may yet not agree on.…"
Monday
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Mikha, I didn't assert that the talmidim called themselves Christians, at least not in this last reply. ACTS 26:28 and 1. PETER 4:16 seem to support the notion that 'Christian' was indeed a derogatory term, once used by Agrippa and…"
Sunday
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Jake, I agree with most of what you said above. It's these items, especially the 1 st one, that need further addressing perhaps or perhaps we need to agree to disagree: The word 'Christians' under Constantine doesn't describe…"
Sunday
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi Mikha, The Tanakh contains hundreds of prophecies about Yeshua, and many prophecies about the outpouring of the Rauch HaKodesh (pointing towards some anointing). The Torah was given 50 days after the Exodus, and the power to fulfil the Torah…"
Sunday
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Jake, ...the above has grown to large to follow so I have condensed things... All of Twistianity is "counterfeit", Yeshua did not come to start a new religion, rather He came to be the savior of the ONE faith that existed, Judaism. This…"
Saturday
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Thanks Mikha, Firstly, and to take the edge off a bit, I'd like to give you my take on the term "Christian": You will probably agree that the "Whore of Babylon" is Antichrist, viz. that it promotes a counterfeit…"
Saturday
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Jake, I'm almost certain it's quite fine to continue discussions here. I have italicized yours... Re Dr. Trimm's blogI would hesitate to establish doctrine on one single quote, i.e: “But these… did not call themselves…"
Saturday
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
Jan 8
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Jake, Sure thing, (...being patient) 1) Your 1st post used that term to describe the collection of books commonly known here as I have mentioned above. 2) Now using Jer 31:31 to describe the renewed covenant... Jer 31:31  “See, the days…"
Jan 7
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi Mikha, Thanks for your reply. Yes, I'm aware of the timing. 'Brit chadashah' in JER 31:31 aptly describes what occurred on Shavuot in 31 AD, so - sorry, please be patient with me in regards to the usage of the 'correct'…"
Jan 6
Mikha El replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Hi Jake, Glad you have found us. I hope I don't start a lot of "rabbit trails" here in my reply. I would much rather stick to the thread topic instead. A few preliminary things for you to consider if you wish... Are you aware the…"
Jan 6
Jake Wilson replied to denis desmanto's discussion tongue
"Shalom, I've just joined Nazarene Space and came across this discussion. My background is Pentecostal, and I received the gift of the Holy Spirit some 26 years ago (gift = dorea in Greek, not charisma as for 9 gifts - sorry, don't know the…"
Jan 4

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