Acts 2:6 (KJV)<quoted text>
I see what you're saying. Also, when a person speaks in tongues, isn't he/she supposed to have an interpreter there? In other words, isn't the "tongues" supposed to be a true language?
I'm like you, though. I don't believe speaking in tongues is a true happening these days. We are under a new covenant, aren't we? This is in Hebrew, chapter 8, I believe. Or does the new covenant have anything to do with speaking in tongues?
I have to get off now. But I'll be back on tomorrow morning, and I'll see your answer then. Have a good evening, and thanks for answering my post.
Now when this was noised abroad, the multitude came together, and were confounded, because that every man heard them speak in his own language.
In his own language. They were speaking known languages. Tongues aren't necessary today because we have the written word. The crap today is just man made nonsense.