Ecclesiastical Physiology by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from Actual tape) March 9, 1986 AM,



I Corinthians 12:12-31

I trust you have your Bibles open to Corinthians chapter number 12.
Begin with 10b and go through the end of the chapter. I don't know
about you, but I think our new uh pastor just looks great. Young and
handsome, debonair, that's the marks of a false prophet. What he has
done is scriptural. It really is. Hezekiah, 1812, what God hath not
wrought he went out and bought. I think it's great. Let's go to the
Lord in prayer together.
Father, it's fun to be in your house and to lauah with the brethren; to
know that truly You love us and, therefore, it's great to love one
another. We're here in this place, in this hour to do business with
you. Speak to us, speak through us, tabernacle among us. 0, Lord, let
me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy message may be heard,
understood, received, and incorporated into our living. We make this
prayer in the strong Holy name of Jesus Christ, our Savior and our Lord.
We've been dealing with the spiritual gifts. You know scholars had
divided them in three categories. There are speaking gifts, there are
sign gifts and there are service gifts. In our listing here in I
Corinthians 12, we have dealt with all of the gifts except the last two
listed in the tenth verse there of this twelfth chapter and that's the
gift of various kinds of tongues and the gift of interpretation of
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tongues. We will deal with glossalalia extensively as Paul does in the

fourteenth chapter of I Corinthians.

But pausing here simply to say a clarifying word. The gift of tongues
ca ...

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