Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room

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Faith Library Publications, Incorporated, 2007 - Religion - 353 pages
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Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room looks at common objections to and misconceptions about tongues, scriptural purposes of speaking in other tongues, common excesses, praying out God's plan, pressing into greater depths in prayer, guidelines to receiving the Baptism in the Holy Spirit, and much more!

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No ordinary book

User Review  - Dania -

This book is annoited. I always wanted to speak in tongues. I was raised in the pentecostal religion since I was 6yrs old, but never experienced the manifistation of speaking in tongues. God used this ... Read full review

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User Review  - J Whittum -

After reading the majority of this book (roughly 280 pages), I could not stomach any more of Hagin's blatant exegesis in his desire to read tongues into every nook and cranny. If considering this ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Kenneth E. Hagin was born in 1917. He was an evangelical minister, who began his ministry in Texas in 1934. He is the founder of the Kenneth Hagin Ministries and RHEMA Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. His international ministry also has centers in South Africa, Australia, and Canada. Some of his works included Doing the Works of Jesus, Doubt and Faith Food Devotions. He died September 19, 2003.

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