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Faith Library Publications Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room

Brother Hagin leads you to the Upper Room--the place where 120 believers were mightily filled with the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost. Along the way, Hagin addresses common objections to and misconceptions about tongues, and he explains the true scriptural purposes of tongues. He shows you how to take advantage of this supernatural gift so you can fulfill God's highest purpose for your life! 368 pages, softcover from Faith Library Publications.
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Review 1 for Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room
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No ordinary book

Date:May 24, 2011
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Dania
Location:new haven, ct
Age:35-44
Gender:female
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 book to babtise me in the Holy Spirit. This book has been a blessing to me. I highly recomend it to those seeking the babtism in the Holy Spirit.
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Review 2 for Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room
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Date:January 21, 2010
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AB
Wonderful. One of the most enlightening books on the market. Definitely a quality addition to any library.
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Review 3 for Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room
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Date:May 15, 2009
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This book is an eye opener and a great encouragement. Be prepared for another enlightened read from Kenneth Hagin!
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Review 4 for Tongues: Beyond the Upper Room
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Date:February 12, 2009
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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 book for doctrinal discernment, I would highly recommend reading commentary on the same passages dealt with in the book by non-Pentecostals. Read with an open, but objective mind and pray that God will show you the truth.
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