The experience of speaking in tongues is a manifestation of the _____.
Speaking in tongues as the Holy Spirit gives the utterance is a _____ communication.
The believer speaks in exact response to the _____ of the Holy Spirit.
The initial outward evidence of the _____ in the Holy Spirit is speaking in tongues.
According to Acts 2:4, speaking in tongues on the part of the believers was _____ by and _____ by the unction of the Holy Spirit.
The believers did not _____ their speaking in tongues.
Acts 10:44 records the event of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon _____.
Those who accompanied Peter to Cornelius’ house were convinced that the Holy Spirit had been given to Cornelius and his household because they heard them _____.
Before Paul administered water baptism to certain believers in Ephesus, he enlightened them on the message of _____, _____ baptism, and the gift of the _____.
The Ephesian believers received the outpouring of the Holy Spirit when Paul _____.
The Acts 19 record shows that the Ephesians _____.
Speaking in tongues is an experience associated with the _____ in the Holy Spirit.
Speaking in tongues is an experience _____ by and _____ upon the moving of the Holy Spirit.
Speaking in tongues is consistently used by the New Testament church as _____ of the baptism with the Holy Spirit.
The Old Testament prophecy of Joel 2:28-32 shows that the gift of the Holy Spirit is for _____.
_____ cites the prophecy of Joel in his message on the Day of Pentecost in Acts 2:17.
Peter also associated Joel’s promise with the _____ of the gospel.
Acts 2:38, 39 describes the _____ application of Joel’s promise concerning the Holy Spirit.
Paul showed that the experience of speaking in tongues would continue in the church by his instructions to the _____.