This message is taken from Acts 19:7-11, in Acts of the [Only] Apostles sermons series. The message deals with the unconverted disciples in Ephesus who had not heard of the Holy Spirit. They had to be baptized, and then upon Paul’s laying on of hands, they manifested tongues and prophecy. The question is answered as to why the gift of tongues is not a secondary experience today, and why we should not expect to see the Spirit manifest Himself this way, and what exactly was the purposes of xenoglossia.
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