Cessationist Eisegesis

(An article by Link Hudson. Cessationism, by the way, is the doctrine that miraculous gifts and true prophetic utterances from God ceased either after the 12 apostles all died, or once the Scripture was assembled. Eisegesis is where you bring into a Bible text something from the outside and explain the Bible text by appealing […]

John Edwards on Cessationist Arguments

These posts were made originally by John Edwards on the group "Christians against the Pentecostal / Charismatic Movement". What a delightful name for a group.

 

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit are For Today – Biblical Proof

The very passage some try to use to demonstrate that “tongues have ceased” is one passage that proves that the Gifts of the Holy Spirit are for today.

Are the Spiritual Gifts in the Bible Still for Today?

I contend that there is NOTHING in the New Testament that says or even implies that God will withdraw the supernatural spiritual gifts from the church. Neither did the Holy Spirit promise to stop communicating with people as He did in Bible days.

I intend to show from the Sciptures that tongues, prophecy and words of knowledge will continue until Jesus comes back and we see Him face to face. (1 Corinthians 13:8-12).

Speaking in Tongues through the Holy Spirit

What is Speaking in Tongues

Speaking in tongues, for the Christian, is a way of allowing the regenerated human spirit to pray to God or to praise God, or to speak a message from God, without the interference or limitations of the human mind. Speaking in tongues actually happens when a person allows syllables to flow out of their mouth without consciously controlling them. When a Christian is empowered by the Holy Spirit in this, it is a powerful spiritual practice.

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