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OLd TESTAmENT
IntroduCtIon to the septuagInt
In the BegInnIng … tongues
tongues Interpreted
the holy spIrIt speaks through prophets
the holy spIrIt speaks through songs
Jehovah speaks
Jehovah’s prophesy of a pure language
all languages wIll know “god Is wIth us”
old testaMent revIew and suMMary
NEw TESTAmENT
new Covenant
feast of the fIrst fruIts
partIng asunder
other tongues
It shall CoMe to pass
the wonderful works of god
he shall testIfy of Me
If I speak wIth the tongues of Men
Jesus speaks In tongues
If I speak wIth the tongues … of angels
that whICh Is perfeCt
If there Be no Interpreter
he that speaketh In a tongue speaketh not unto Men
… wIth groans whICh Cannot Be uttered
speaketh not to Men But to god…
new testaMent revIew and suMMary
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Pentecostal Languages

Pentecostal Languages

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Unlike other commentaries that focus on debating if the gift of speaking in tongues exists or does not exist to the present day, Pentecostal Languages researches the history of tongues within Scripture. This work examines the origin of this phenomenal gift and its usage by prophets, kings, priests, angelic beings, songwriters, Jehovah, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit Himself.

Since the Apostles and others made reference to the Septuagint (the first translation of the Hebrew Bible) in their quotations to establish the authority of Scripture, so also does author D. E. Didymus canvass this ancient work by comparing the Greek texts of the Septuagint and the New Testament. The Septuagint is translated from the most ancient and surviving Hebrew scrolls of the Torah.
Unlike other commentaries that focus on debating if the gift of speaking in tongues exists or does not exist to the present day, Pentecostal Languages researches the history of tongues within Scripture. This work examines the origin of this phenomenal gift and its usage by prophets, kings, priests, angelic beings, songwriters, Jehovah, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit Himself.

Since the Apostles and others made reference to the Septuagint (the first translation of the Hebrew Bible) in their quotations to establish the authority of Scripture, so also does author D. E. Didymus canvass this ancient work by comparing the Greek texts of the Septuagint and the New Testament. The Septuagint is translated from the most ancient and surviving Hebrew scrolls of the Torah.

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