Prepositions used with "tongue"
"in tongue" or "of tongue"?
|In 48% of cases tongue in is used|
|Cardale also began to speak in tongues and to prophesy.|
|REPLY: Ah, a smartass who speaks in tongues, noted for future bit bucketing.|
|Chortles, whistles, grunts, whines, moans, screeches, incoherent speaking in tongues.|
|Cardale's sister Emily also began to speak in tongues and prophesy, and others followed them.|
|So it is wrong to regard the Holy Spirit as just speaking in tongues, or shaking or twisting.|
|The Holy Spirit you receive should not be just to speak in tongues or to pray when you are scared at night.|
|Speaking in tongues is the common sign given in the Bible by which persons were identified as having received the gift of the Holy Ghost.|
|Out of my bell flows rivers of living waters I speak in tongues more And i am like an edife I am charged up always I am full of life and I exude life.|
|Tom says: 05:49pm 09/07/12 Lou B, if you put speaking in tongues in Brisbane on par with shooting a woman in cold blood for adultery, you are the one that is weak-minded.|
|In 27% of cases tongue of is used|
|LINGUISTS are masters of tongues.|
|The Presidency beckons but it is not for just anybody who is glib of tongue.|
|The Gift of tongues mentioned by Paul in 1 Corinthians 14: 1-40 is given for self-edification and the edification of the church.|
|Not all believers exercise the gift of tongues, which is different in function from the tongues given by God as the initial sign of the baptism of the Holy Ghost.|
|In 12% of cases tongue by is used|
|They believe that all humans are one and they are separated only by tongues.|
|This makes one hundred extollments by tongue and and one thousand good deeds in the scale.|
|This makes one hundred and fifty (daily extollments) by tongue, and one thousand five hundred (good deeds) in the scale.|
|Lawrence Edmonds has staked his claim as Britains first every cathedral licker by tongue tickling an incredible 42 in less than two years.|
|I entered and walked until I came to a building of crystal stones and surrounded by tongues of fire, and it began to strike terror into me.|
|In 6% of cases tongue with is used|
|I say this with tongue in cheek.|
|In one of the first experiments author asks reader to touch battery leads with tongue -- what a fun way to begin learning electronics.|
|In 4% of cases tongue for is used|
|As for prophecies, they will pass away; as for tongues, they will cease; as for knowledge, it will pass away.|
|I think that for tongue, this was definitely high quality, enough for it to be presented in such a ' naked ' way.|
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