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"Unspeakable Words, The New Praise in Spirit and Truth"

What is the language of praise in heaven? 

            We discussed before the unity of praises by harmony of sounds and praising by one heart without divisions.  Humility is the source of unity.  The One Spirit works in one accord and connects all members as a spiritual harp.

            What is the language of praise in heaven?  St. John the apostle saw a great multitude from all languages and tongues, Revelation 7:9.  The tongues were united by the Holy Spirit in the day of Pentecost as the diverse tongues started in Babylon because of sin, pride, and disobedience. 


Chinese Language

            The Bible describes that man was told to spread out over the earth after the worldwide flood, yet he rebelled and built a tower to his own glory. God ended this rebellion by confusing man's languages so that they set out and journeyed across the globe in different language groups. Interestingly, the ancient Chinese chose to use the identical symbols for confusion and rebellion... a combination of tongue and right leg (or journey).

Thus, to confuse is to set out on a journey with a new tongue (or language).

(The Discovery of Genesis, by C.H. Kang and Ethel Nelson)


            Christ gathered the scattered children of God into one (John 11:52), through His work of reconciliation on the cross.  He attracted all (John 12:32), by this redemption and through the work of the Holy Spirit at the day of Pentecost on the disciples and the apostles that were gathered in the upper room waiting for the promise of the Father.  “And being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem but wait for the promise of the Father, which, says He, you have heard of me,” Acts 1:4.  The promise of the Father by speaking tongues was to build the church and for ministry everywhere and to spread the gospel. 

            There is only one language in the heaven as the Scriptures say: “The tongues will end,” 1 Corinthians 13:8.

 And I knew such a man, (whether in the body, or out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth;) How that he was caught up into paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter. (2 Corinthians 12:3-4)

 "Unspeakable Words, The New Praise in Spirit and Truth"

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