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“The Lord is my shepherd. I do not lack.” David knew about the power of God’s word. The word of God can transform us—from the inside out. It can purify us. It can help us change the way we think. So that our thinking is more and more aligned with how God thinks. God’s word has the power to protect us. From the enchantments and witchcraft in today’s media. God’s word allows us to be able to see the world through the lenses of God. When we have received the Holy Spirit, He helps us in that process. The Holy Spirit illuminates the word. The word and the Spirit work together. Learn to meditate the word of God—to say it to yourself. Use the word of God in your prayer life by praying the word. By changing the words of scripture to make it personal. Read the insights in this booklet on this subject. They will impart to you valuable revelation knowledge and rhema words. They will encourage you and give you the tools to grow by leaps and bounds in your walk with God.

“The Lord is my shepherd. I do not lack.”
David knew about the power of God’s word.
The word of God can transform us—from the inside out.
It can purify us.
It can help us change the way we think.
So that our thinking is more and more aligned with how God thinks.
God’s word has the power to protect us.
From the enchantments and witchcraft in today’s media.
God’s word allows us to be able to see the world through the lenses of God.
When we have received the Holy Spirit, He helps us in that process.
The Holy Spirit illuminates the word.
The word and the Spirit work together.
Learn to meditate the word of God—to say it to yourself.
Use the word of God in your prayer life by praying the word.
By changing the words of scripture to make it personal.
Read the insights in this booklet on this subject.
They will impart to you valuable revelation knowledge and rhema words.
They will encourage you and give you the tools to grow by leaps and bounds in your walk with God.

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SAY IT!

Speak the Word

to yourself—it is

powerful

Speak the Word

to Yourself — It

Is Powerful

ALBERT ELISHA OBERDORFER

SAY IT1

ALBERT ELISHA OBERDORFER


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I WILL SAY.

DAVID, or whoever wrote Psalm 91,

understood this.

The power of words.

David wrote,

“I will say of the Lord ... (verse 2)

In this case, David said

“He is my refuge and my fortress;

My God, in Him I will trust.” (verse 2)

On many other occasions, David

confessed in the first person.

This is very powerful.

“I shall not lack.” (Psalm 23:1)

He first referred to the nature of God.

And then he confessed about how this

relates to Him.

Like in Psalm 23, the first verse.

“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not

want.”

There is something better, still.

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It is better to confess in the present tense.

As if a thing had already come to pass.

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GOD CALLS THOSE

THINGS WHICH ARE

NOT AS IF THEY WERE.

WE CAN learn from God.

He

“quickeneth the dead, and calleth those

things which be not as though they were”

(Romans 4:17, KJV).

There is power in a confession to bring the

very thing to come to pass.

God knows this.

That is why he changed Abraham’s name.

From Abram to Abraham.

“Father of many nations.”

And Abraham would have called himself

by that name.

“Good morning! I’m Abraham.”

And others called Abraham by that name.

Mind you, this was all before Abraham

had any children.

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Such is the power of a confession.

It has the power to bring into being.

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LET NOT THE

INHABITANT OF ZION

SAY, I AM SICK.

WE FIND this statement in Isaiah that

says,

“And the inhabitant shall not say, I am

sick ...” (Isaiah 33).

The context of this passage is a beautiful

prophetic picture.

Of the effects of salvation.

So what then shall we say, if we find

ourselves having symptoms of sickness in

our bodies?

Stick with the power of confession.

We can acknowledge that we have certain

symptoms.

Sure.

But what shall we say?

What Peter instructs us to say.

“By whose stripes you were healed” (1

Peter 2:24)

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Better still: make it personal.

“By His stripes, I am healed.”

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God calls

those things

which are not

as though

they were.

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CONTENTS

I WILL SAY. 3

GOD CALLS THOSE THINGS WHICH ARE NOT AS IF

THEY WERE. 7

LET NOT THE INHABITANT OF ZION SAY, I AM

SICK. 11

1 THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD. 19

2 BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ARE LISTENING

TO. 27

3 NOT ALL IS AS IT APPEARS. 33

4 THE WORD AND THE SPIRIT. 39

5 RIGHTLY DIVIDING THE WORD OF GOD. 45

6 CONFESSION. 49

7 A POWERFUL METHOD. 51

8 OUR BRAIN NEEDS RE-WIRING. 57

9 FILTERING. 61

10 SAY IT. 63

11 WIN WITH THE WORD OF GOD. 71

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1 THE POWER OF THE

SPOKEN WORD.

A SPOKEN word is powerful.

It has the ability to create.

God said,

“Light be.”

And there was light.

I once heard the audible voice of Jesus in

a dream.

He was speaking to me, calling me by my

name.

I have said it before.

His voice is characterized, as I perceived

it at that time, by 2 things.

Total unconditional love.

And total authority.

I knew that whatever Jesus commands

comes to pass.

Thre is power in a spoken word.

As believers, we ought to be acutely

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aware of this.

So that we watch what we say.

Because Jesus says that we can have what

we say.

This is where the rubber meets the road.

What we really believe in our hearts will

eventually come out of our mouths.

Here is the passage with a bit more

context.

“Now in the morning, as they passed by,

they saw the fig tree dried up from the

roots. And Peter, remembering, said to

Him, “Rabbi, look! The fig tree which You

cursed has withered away.”

So Jesus answered and said to them,

“Have faith in God. For assuredly, I say

to you, whoever says to this mountain,

‘Be removed and be cast into the sea,’ and

does not doubt in his heart, but believes

that those things he says will be done,

he will have whatever he says. Therefore

I say to you, whatever things you ask

when you pray, believe that you receive

them, and you will have them.” (Mark 11:

20-24)

Take note: Jesus says that we will have

“whatever we say.”

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It is true with negative things as well.

This is how we activate the power of

negativity.

By saying.

This is basically agreeing with the devil.

The King James Bible puts it well in

Matthew 6.

Jesus says,

“Therefore take no thought, saying, What

shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or,

Wherewithal shall we be clothed?” (verse

31)

Thoughts may be flying over our heads.

Even in our heads.

They fly around.

Thoughts that are not of God.

Thoughts that the enemy puts there.

Thoughts that come from sources that are

empowered by Satan.

Watch out for the media!

But these thoughts have no power yet.

They take on power when we take them

and verbalize them.

That is why the KJV says,

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“Take no thought, saying ...”

It is when we verbalize those thoughts.

When we make them our own.

Then we are agreeing with the enemy.

We give him the right to do his diabolical

work.

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2 BE CAREFUL WHAT

YOU ARE LISTENING TO.

JESUS warns us.

He says,

“Pay attention to what you are listening to.

That it’s the right stuff.”

“Take heed what you hear. With the same

measure you use, it will be measured to

you; and to you who hear, more will be

given.” (Mark 4:24)

The enemy is a slimy fellow.

He seeks to gain dominion over people by

deception.

This is the keyword in these last days.

It comes over and over when Jesus speaks

about the times we are living in.

He says,

“Let no one deceive you ...”

Deception is the tool number one in the

toolbox of the enemy.

He wants us to agree with his lies.

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And then he’s got us.

So we need to be alert.

We need to be very, very careful about

what we are listening to.

Best is to filter everything through the

word of God.

We ought to be working on our filter.

The word of God.

The problem arises when people don’t

have the filter of the word of God.

So that they can measure what they hear

with the word of God.

That’s why Paul admonishes Timothy to

study the word.

“Study to shew thyself approved unto

God, a workman that needeth not to be

ashamed, rightly dividing the word of

truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15, KJV)

Why study the word?

So that we can develop a good filter that

will protect us from the onslaught of the

enemy.

We can resist Him with the word.

If that word dwells in us richly.

That is why Paul admonishes the

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Colossians—and us!—saying,

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly

in all wisdom, teaching and admonishing

one another in psalms and hymns and

spiritual songs, singing with grace in your

hearts to the Lord.” (Colossians 3:16)

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3 NOT ALL IS AS IT

APPEARS.

THE AGENDA of the prince of the air is

this.

To veil the gospel.

To prevent people from experiencing the

glory of God fall on them.

And how does the devil do that?

By blinding people’s minds.

Paul puts it like this:

“But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to

them that are lost: In whom the god of

this world hath blinded the minds of

them which believe not, lest the light of

the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the

image of God, should shine unto them.”

(2 Corinthians 4:3-4, KJV)

That ugly fellow is a mind blinder.

Yet the mystery is that religion doesn’t

appear ugly.

To the natural mind, that is.

To the spiritual mind, religion appears

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very ugly.

It is all pomp.

But no power.

No divine glory.

Earthly glory, yes.

Because the deceiver is behind it.

He can appear as an angel of light.

Look good.

But only to the unspiritual.

That is why Paul says,

“Don’t pay attention to how things look.”

“Pay attention to the power of God that is

manifested.”

He says this to the Corinthians.

“Now some are puffed up, as though I

were not coming to you. But I will come

to you shortly, if the Lord wills, and I

will know, not the word of those who are

puffed up, but the power. For the kingdom

of God is not in word but in power. What

do you want? Shall I come to you with a

rod, or in love and a spirit of gentleness?”

(1 Corinthians 4:18-20)

Appearance-wise, things may look good.

But that should not be our focus.

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Our focus should be on the power of God.

How much power flows through a

minister of God?

This should be our real focus.

The devil plays the appearance game.

To deceive.

He is a master deceiver.

So don’t let him play his tricks on you.

Don’t let him blind your mind through the

illusion of a grand appearance.

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4 THE WORD AND THE

SPIRIT.

OF COURSE, the word of God is not

enough.

We need to have the word and the Spirit

working together.

The Spirit of God illuminates the word of

God.

This is the mystery.

Before a person truly receives the Holy

Spirit, the word of God is very much a

mystery to them.

They can’t understand it.

But once people have received the Holy

Spirit, they begin to be drawn to the word

of God.

I remember when I came to the Lord

many years ago.

In the desert of Australia.

After I had come to the Lord, I asked my

first spiritual father to please give me a

bible.

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He forgot to ask me whether I had one.

But after 2 days, I could not stand it

anymore.

I asked him for a bible.

And he gave me a Gideon bible. A New

King James Version.

Once I got the bible, I started to devour it.

Nobody told me to read it.

I just did it because I had received the

Holy Spirit.

So the Holy Spirit was working in me.

I had my best times, sitting in an

underground cave—where I came to the

Lord (in Coober Pedy). Most people there

live in underground caves carved out

from sandstone because the temperatures

outside are otherwise too hot (50 degrees

Celcius +).

I was just sitting there, reading and

underlining and highlighting my bible for

hours on end.

Another highlight for me was when

a couple of years later, I discovered a

concordance.

The same thing. I would be sitting there

with my gargantuan Young’s Analytical

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Concordance to the Bible combing

through tons of bible verses as the Holy

Spirit would lead me.

I was super excited whenever the Holy

Spirit gave me an insight into bible

scriptures or when he illuminated a

passage to me by showing me how

passages were connected.

I have never been to a formal bible school,

apart from the theological training I got

at a college called the Harvest School in

Pemba, Mozambique.

Yet, I have had this insatiable appetite for

the word of God.

This is the work of the Holy Spirit.

So the word and the Spirit need to work

together.

The Spirit illuminates the word.

You need both: the Spirit and the word.

My spiritual father Leif Hetland puts it,

tongue in cheek:

“If you only have the word, you dry up.”

“If you only have the Spirit, you blow

up.”

“But if you have the Spirit and the word,

you grow up.”

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5 RIGHTLY DIVIDING

THE WORD OF GOD.

THIS IS another point.

We need the Holy Spirit so that He can

teach us to rightly divide the word of God.

It is essential that we recognize that in the

bible there are several covenants.

The law covenant is weak and obsolete.

Paul reminds the Hebrews,

“For on the one hand there is an

annulling of the former commandment

because of its weakness and

unprofitableness, for the law made

nothing perfect; on the other hand,

there is the bringing in of a better hope,

through which we draw near to God.”

(Hebrews 7:18-19, KJV)

So we need to be careful when we read

the bible.

We need to rightly divide it.

Lest we are in the wrong covenant.

A covenant that is, in the words of Paul

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- weak

- unprofitable

and is

- disannulled.

A covenant that is no longer valid!

I have seen a lot of confusion in the

churches that happens when people mix

covenants.

It is a matter of not rightly dividing the

covenants.

That is why Paul admonishes Timothy to

be careful with this.

“Be diligent to present yourself approved

to God, a worker who does not need to

be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of

truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15)

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6 CONFESSION.

SO LET us get back to the topic of

confession.

When I say confession, I mean confessing

the Word.

This is the meaning of confession.

In Greek, the word for confession is

‘homologeo.’

Homo means the same.

And ‘logo’ means the word.

So when we confess the Word of God, we

are agreeing with what God says in the

Word.

This is what Paul, or whoever the writer

of Hebrews was means when he says,

“Let us hold fast the confession of our

hope without wavering, for He who

promised is faithful.” (Hebrews 10:23)

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7 A POWERFUL

METHOD.

THERE is a powerful method that we

can apply to the word of God to make it

personal.

So we can use it as a confession.

Some Scriptures are already written in the

style of a confession.

For example, Psalm 27, verse 1:

“The Lord is my light and my salvation;

whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength

of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?”

We can use this scripture directly.

Or Psalm 23, verse 1:

“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not

want.”

Better still, we can say, “I do not want.”

This is calling things that are not as

though they were.

Call them in the present tense.

And use the ‘I’ form.

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If you do this in a group, say ‘we.’

So if we do this, we can use many

scriptures from the bible directly as they

are written.

But often, we need to re-phrase them and

make them personal to us.

For example, Psalm 34:10:

“The young lions lack and suffer hunger;

But those who seek the Lord shall not lack

any good thing.”

So, in your confession, say,

“The young lions lack and suffer hunger.

But I seek the Lord. I do not lack any

good thing.”

“I love God.

I am called according to his purpose.

All things work tother for good for me.”

This was an example of a re-phrasing of

Romans 8:28 which says,

“And we know that all things work

together for good to those who love God,

to those who are the called according to

His purpose.”

So what you are doing when you are

re-phrasing scripture is this.

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You make it personal to yourself.

You are re-wiring your brain.

So that you begin more and more to think

along with God’s thoughts.

You begin to think like him.

This is super important if you want to

grow spiritually.

That you align your thinking to be along

God’s way of thinking.

Because, otherwise, how can you walk

with Him, if He is thinking one thing, and

you are thinking another thing.

Amos puts it that way,

“Can two walk together, unless they are

agreed?” (Amos 3:3)

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8 OUR BRAIN NEEDS

RE-WIRING.

GOD DOESN’T change our thinking, the

instant we come to him.

This is a process.

And confessing the word—saying it—is a

powerful tool in this process.

Paul admonishes the Romans to be

changed in their thinking.

Because thought patterns are ingrained

in us right from the moment, and even

before, we are born.

They need changing.

They need to be conformed to the

thoughts of God.

This is what Paul says in Romans 12:2:

“And do not be conformed to this world,

but be transformed by the renewing of

your mind, that you may prove what is

that good and acceptable and perfect will

of God.”

As any mature believer will tell you: the

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attlefield is the mind.

That’s why we need to be alert and careful

about what we allow ourselves to listen to.

Much in media is mind programming.

In religion as well.

Bewitching.

Enchanting.

Much of popular media is connected to

magic and witchcraft.

The source of all this is demonic in nature.

But the word of God can break all this.

Jeremiah 23:29 says,

“Is not My word like a fire?” says the

Lord,

“And like a hammer that breaks the rock

in pieces?”

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9 FILTERING.

THE WORD of God is a filter.

It helps us to see the world through the

thoughts of God.

Without the word of God, we are easy

prey.

But if the word of God resides in us, we

can resist the devil.

We can resist the impulses and

programming of culture.

David says,

“Your word I have hidden in my heart,

That I might not sin against You.” (Psalm

119:11)

The word in us makes us overcomers.

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10 SAY IT.

WHEN WE READ the book of Joshua,

we see that Joshua had great success.

As a whole.

There were a few mishaps.

But, overall Joshua had an astonishing

level of success.

Because right at the start of His journey

as a leader, God gave him His success

strategy.

Which was saying the Word.

Mediating theWord, meaning saying it.

To yourself.

This is what the word ‘mediate’ in

Hebrew means.

To mutter.

This means, to speak to yourself.

Here is the well-known passage from

Joshua.

“1 After the death of Moses the servant

of the Lord, it came to pass that the Lord

spoke to Joshua the son of Nun, Moses’

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assistant, saying: 2 “Moses My servant

is dead. Now therefore, arise, go over

this Jordan, you and all this people, to

the land which I am giving to them—the

children of Israel. 3 Every place that the

sole of your foot will tread upon I have

given you, as I said to Moses. 4 From the

wilderness and this Lebanon as far as the

great river, the River Euphrates, all the

land of the Hittites, and to the Great Sea

toward the going down of the sun, shall be

your territory. 5 No man shall be able to

stand before you all the days of your life;

as I was with Moses, so I will be with you.

I will not leave you nor forsake you. 6 Be

strong and of good courage, for to this

people you shall divide as an inheritance

the land which I swore to their fathers

to give them. 7 Only be strong and very

courageous, that you may observe to do

according to all the law which Moses

My servant commanded you; do not turn

from it to the right hand or to the left, that

you may prosper wherever you go. 8 This

Book of the Law shall not depart from

your mouth, but you[c] shall meditate in it

day and night, that you may observe to do

according to all that is written in it. For

then you will make your way prosperous,

and then you will have good success. 9

Have I not commanded you? Be strong

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and of good courage; do not be afraid,

nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God

is with you wherever you go.”” (Joshua

1:1-9)

This was God’s success strategy.

He needed Joshuah to meditate the Word.

Speak it.

“This book of the law shall not depart

from your mouth ...”

Note.

It “shall not depart from your mouth.”

God needs to transform us from the inside

first.

Before we can have something, we need

to possess it already inside.

This a faith principle.

“Believe it ... in your heart ... and then you

shall have it.”

This is what Jesus says.

“Have faith in God. For assuredly, I say

to you, whoever says to this mountain,

‘Be removed and be cast into the sea,’ and

does not doubt in his heart, but believes

that those things he says will be done, he

will have whatever he says. Therefore I

say to you, whatever things you ask when

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you pray, believe that you receive them,

and you will have them.” (Mark 11:22-24)

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11 WIN WITH THE

WORD OF GOD.

WIN THE battle.

With the word of God.

By training yourself to speak according to

the word of God.

To speak as the Spirit—the Holy Spirit—

leads you to speak.

And speak to yourself.

The word of God.

Paul, the apostle, loved Jesus.

He also loved the church.

Us.

So, he gives us this instruction to

“Be filled with the Spirit” (Ephesians

5:18),

By

“Speaking to yourselves in psalms and

hymns and spiritual songs, singing and

making melody in your heart to the Lord”

(Ephesians 5:19).

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We win.

By the word of God.

As we speak it.

It transforms our thinking.

From the inside out.

And then we begin to do.

We begin to act on the word.

As the Holy Spirit prompts us.

When this happens, we have good

success.

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ACCOUNTANT

18 Exiting

Personal

Testimonies of

How Believers

Received the

Holy Spirit

Like in Acts

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The word 'testimony' means to do it

again.

Jesus baptizes with the Holy Spirit and

fire.

This is His hallmark.

By this, we know that we have to do it

with the real Jesus.

Anything other than that is counterfeit.

John, the Baptist, said,

“I indeed baptize you with water unto

repentance, but He who is coming

after me is mightier than I ... He will

baptize you with the Holy Spirit and

fire.” (Matthew 3:11)

This is what we see happening in the book

of Acts.

And this is what Jesus is still doing today.

I have seen it so often, and I’d like to

share some of my experiences with you.

So that you may be inspired.

Perhaps you haven’t made this experience

yet.

Take heart.

What Jesus has done for others, He will do

for you.

In this book, Albert Elisha shares 18 compelling

personal testimonies that will inspire you.

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A FLAME FOR

EVERY HEAD

"If you have a head, God has a flame for you."

- Reinhard Bonnke

Receive the Holy Spirit

Today—as in the Book

of Acts

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Have you already received the

wonderful gift of the Holy Spirit since

you became a believer in Jesus Christ?

If not yet, find out how you can easily

receive Holy Spirit today—even if you have

already tried to receive many times before.

There can be only one of two reasons w h y

you haven't received the Holy Spirit yet.

1) You may not yet clearly understand that

there is a Holy Spirit and why we can receive

Him. You may be in the same position as

some disciples from Ephesus in Acts 19.

When Paul met them, he asked them, "Did you receive

the Holy Spirit when you believed?" They said to him,

"We haven’t heard whether there is a Holy Spirit."

2) Or, you may be in the same position as

some believers from Samaria in Acts 8.

They had "believed" and "they were baptized."

But they still hadn’t received the Holy Spirit at that

point. So then Peter and John came and "prayed

for them, that they might receive the Holy Spirit."

Whichever position you are in—your

time to receive Holy Spirit has come!

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DO ALL

SPEAK IN

TONGUES?

"I thank my God, I speak in tongues more than you all."

- Paul, the apostle

Yes and No

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From a strictly biblical perspective, the

answer is straightforward.

'Yes and No.'

Everybody who has received the Holy Spirit

speaks in tongues as a sign.

But not everybody also operates in the gift

of tongues.

In other words, in the bible, we find two

types of speaking in tongues.

The accompanying sign of speaking in

tongues, according to Jesus in Mark 16:17:

"And these signs shall follow those

who believe ... in my name ... they will

speak with new tongues ..."

And the gift of tongues, according to Paul

in 1 Corinthians 12:10-11:

"To one is given ... to another different

kinds of tongues .. one and the

same Spirit works all these things,

distributing to each one individually as

He wills."

Get a crystal-clear insight into this subject

that has baffled many believers for

centuries.

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AND THEY ALL

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