I’ll relate again another from a dear friend in the Pacific NW.
She went on a tour to visit half a dozen or so Native American tribes as a kind of mission outreach.
At the closing of her time with 3 DIFFERENT tribes, while a tribal leader was praying over their shared time, she was praying quietly in tongues more or less under her breath but loud enough for someone standing nearby to hear her.
In EACH of those 3 DIFFERENT TRIBES WITH 3 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES, after the ending of the ending prayer time, an old timer in the tribe who’d been standing near my friend, spoke up and asked her “Where did you learn the more eloquent, [archaic] form of our language? You gave a flawless summary of the Gospel story in the old, seldom used, more formal form of our language.”
My friend had no idea she’d been speaking their language at all. She was just doing her usual of praying in tongues as she had ran out of things to pray in English.
When the Apostles "spoke in tongues," was it that all understood what was said, or that they actually spoke all opf those languages. I go with explanation (A). That is, the Apostles spoke and that each of the multitude heard what they said in their own language. Is it creditable that they spoke all of those tongues simultaneously?
What is the point of praying in a language you don't understand? What if what you are saying is offensive to God?
What's with the unreadable fonts? Please use a font normal people can read.