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Sunday Seminar 3:
What The Bible Says About Speaking in Unlearned Languages

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Acts 2:1-11, 1 Corinthians 14

1. In the Bible, speaking in unlearned languages is reported but never commanded and it is never forbidden. This is a scriptural fact.

2. This ability to speak Aramaic in a way that everyone could understand it had a specific purpose that day..

3. The out-of-towners were amazed and said, in Verse 8, "each of us hears them in his own native language."

4. By the time the church at Corinth was organized, Paul was having trouble with certain Christians who took pride in being able to "speak in unlearned languages". Already, they had forgotten that the miracle was in the hearing and not the speaking. This problem caused him to write what we now know as 1 Corinthians 14.

5. In this chapter, we learn the following facts:

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