ANSWERS: 4
  • Sounds like a Pentecostal Church. I've been to one a couple of times - not exactly my cup of tea. But neither is organized religion, itself. I'm far from being an Atheist, but I don't practice conventional church services, either. I have a personal relationship with God and it seems to work out perfectly for me.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing with us
  • Yes, and what they do is supported by Scripture. (Acts chapter 2).
    • 1465
      If what they're doing is real.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing with us Jenny
    • Jenny Rizzo is brilliant ⭐
      1465, whether they are acting or not, only God knows.
  • I've seen the same sort of thing - and more, er, "remarkable" (read: "surprising") things than those at United Pentecostal Church and some other churches. My OPINION is that these are not authentic workings of the Holy Spirit. However: I realize that I might be mistaken. In a few cases I have been quite certain that an individual was acting without being led by the Holy Spirit.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing with us
  • Yup, a couple times. They are a bit disconcerting, IMHO. It seems the Holy Spirit overcomes several of them and their ministers at every meeting. They begin to speak in the unknown tongues then. The unknown tongues always have some variation of "andalay babba messiah, babba lay babba lay messiah" Along those lines. I attended the last one several years ago with a friend, and I told her if they start to pass out cups of Kool-Aid, I'm sprinting for the door! One person fell to the floor and rolled around while the spirit had him too. It was classic!
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing with us

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