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1st Corinthians/Spiritual Gifts at Christchurch Newport

Pete Greasley of Christchurch Newport in the UK has been LAYING IT DOWN for over a month on the Gifts of the Spirit. The whole series on 1 Corinthians is here, but so far my favorites are:

Concerning Spiritual Gifts
Prophecy Today
The use and abuse of Tongues part 1
The use and abuse of Tongues part 2

I encourage you to follow the series through subscribing to their iTunes feed. Very solid Bible teaching. Encouraged!

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Filed under: Bible, Charismatic, Doctrine, Holy Spirit, Pete Greasley, prophecy, Theology, Tongues

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    […] heatlight placed an observative post today on 1 Corinthians/Spiritual Gifts at Christchurch Newport.Here’s a quick excerpt:Pete Greasley of Christchurch Newport in the UK has been LAYING IT DOWN for over a month on the Gifts of the Spirit. The whole series on 1 Corinthians is here, but so far my favorites are: […]

  2. Dan says:

    That’s encouraging to hear – I heard recently that Chistchurch Newport stopped corporate singing in the Spirit because they didn’t want unbelievers coming in and getting confused as to what was going on. I appreciate some may feel that tongues is a private prayer language but the Bible does also talk about singing spiritual songs together. The unbelievers think we are weird enough just for being church – I don’t think just stopping singing in the Spirit will prove to be particularly seeker-sensitive enough!

  3. heatlight says:

    i’m absolutely blessed to hear that! unless someone is interpreting the tongues being sung, and are only being sung/spoken (same thing, but one is to music) by 3 or less people per service, it’s absolutely anti-Biblical to sing-in-tongues, anyway. i’m always over-joyed to hear of charismatics aligning themselves more closely with God’s word. On a similar note, can you give me any reason to believe that ‘singing in the spirit’ is the same as singing tongues? i can’t find any, so i’d be interested to hear someone make a case for it. thanks for dropping by, and i look forward to hearing from you!

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