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Yes Im sure God does still use miracles today in His own good will, I used to think i spoke in tongues and even translated, but then one day it was placed on my heart to stop as i was talking in a child like Gibberish and I was also translating Gibberish, recently an experiment was carried out in a Church meeting, a well educated Pastor recited our Lords prayer,. Our Father who art in Heven,..in Latin, some one in the meeting 'like i used to do' translated Gods prayer into utter made up rubbish, because he did not know the experiment was in Latin 'how embarrassing. We must be very careful, Tongues was a real language used to convey the good news of the gospel message in a proper native language to glorify God, not as some charismatic and other movements do today, sadly they really do think they can speak in another language when all it really does amont to is vodo gibberish, please look into it. With love Paul
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