Did Jesus Speak in Tongues?

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What Does it Mean that Jesus “Descended Into Hell”?It is inevitable that a person who is baptized in the Spirit not to speak in tongues. John the Baptist himself said, “I indeed baptize you with water…. But He (Jesus) will baptize you with the Holy Spirit who is jesus and fire. “(Matt 3: 11). What fire he is speaking about, he is speaking about the “… divided tongues [or tongues as of fire, distributed and resting on each], as of fire. ” (Acts 2: 3).

The disciples were very eager to know the secret of Jesus’ prayer and His power. Some of the disciples who were with John before joining Jesus were taught methods to pray to God by John the Baptist. So when they saw Jesus praying continuously, when ever He had time He spoke in tongues and they too wanted it. You may ask how do you know? In Luke 11: 1, Jesus was praying in a particular place, When He ceased [When something that is flowing suddenly stops, it is known as ceasing], the curious disciples did not understand a bit of the prayer that Jesus prayed, So they asked Him to teach them how to pray like Him (Luke 11: 1). The same word ‘cease’ is used by Paul in the New Testament for stopping from continuously praying in tongues in 1 Cor 13: 8 and 1 Thessalonians 5: 17.

The Greek word used here is ‘pauo’. For the word cease can be translated as leave or refrain. This word “he ceased” in Luke 11: 1 is the same word that is used in 1 Cor 13: 8 that says tongue will cease. And it is also the same word that is used to indicate prayer of thanksgiving in Ephesians 1: 16. And again Paul says in 1 Corinthians 14: 15-17, “when you pray in tongues you give thanks well”, which strongly indicates that Jesus prayed in tongues. So it is stated elsewhere: ‘You will not let your Holy One see canker. God raised Jesus from the dead and He did not see decay. Consequently, everyone who turns to Jesus, and repents of sin wherein which the Ten Commandments have been transgressed, shall receive the eternal blessing of David. So in Revelation chapter four and five we see the triumph of the worship of Jesus. The prophet said: “Tell the daughter of Zion, Behold, your King is coming to you, Meek, and riding upon a donkey, And upon a colt, the foal of a donkey. ‘ And the disciples went, and did just as Jesus had instructed them, and brought the donkey, and the colt, and put on them their garments; and he sat thereon. Upon his entrance into Jerusalem, those who recognized their need for Jesus spread their garments in the road; and others cut branches from the trees, and spread them in the road. And the crowds that went before him, and that followed, cried out, saying, ‘Hosanna [save now!] to the son of David: Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. So, in the last Days, in Revelation chapter four (4) and five (5) we see million upon millions offering divine worship to Him that sits upon the eternal throne of servant David. Not only in the heavens is Jesus worshipped. He is worshipped by all creation. Everything in the earth, the sea, and under the earth worships Jesus, the unicorn of the tribe Judah and the root of David. The wicked said despoil the worshippers of Jesus, and forbid them to teach or preach in the name of Jesus.

The heathens said to Jesus: ” it is not lawful for you to receive praise”. The heathens said to Jesus: “you are not God, you have no right to receive worship. Tell these people who are worshipping you that they are under a curse, because they contrary to the law are worshipping a man. ” Jesus said: “These cannot hold their peace, because it’s like fire shut up in their bones. For at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow and every tongue shall admit that Jesus is the Lord God Almighty in both heaven and earth. Every person that confesses that Jesus is Almighty God come in the flesh shall be saved. Every spirit that confesses Jesus is God discernible in the flesh is of God. Only the children of the beast deny the absolute divinity of Jesus. In these last days, those that offer uncoerced thanks to Jesus will be persecuted. But the Christian believer is willing to suffer maltreatmentfor the wonderful name of Jesus; for Jesus is the worthy of all praise, honor, glory, empire and power. Jesus has rescued the Church from every principality, power, ruler of gloominess, and spiritual flagitiousness in high places. Jesus has forgiven the elect, with his blood, from every charisma of the devil, sin, death, hell, and the lake of fire. Jesus is majestic.

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