Speaking in tongues is one of the ways the Holy Spirit manifests Himself. The church speaks a different language than the rest of the world. In doing so, we represent the culture of heaven and invite the world to repentance.
The central mystery in Christianity is the Trinity. It’s intentionally a paradox because we aren’t meant to understand it. Rather, we’re meant to humble ourselves and enjoy the beauty and wonder the proceeds from mystery. As we embrace the mystery of things like God and love, the smaller riddles of life are untangled.
Special Guest Brian Clark from Grace Life Church shares about experiencing God in 3D. We must stop reading the Bible like it’s a movie and instead see ourselves participating in the story. When we experience the God who does the impossible, not only are we changed, but we bring breakthrough into the lives of those around us.
In chapters 5 and 6, the bride of Christ goes through a crisis where it appears Jesus has abandoned her. She’s persecuted and questioned. In the midst of this, she choose to worship Jesus. As she does, she gets the revelation that Jesus would never leave her, and even if she can’t feel Him, she know’s He’s in her heart. This revelation can free us from roller coaster Christianity.