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talk

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converse

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lecture

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deal with

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speak for something or someone: represent

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  • represent
  • act for or on behalf of
  • appear for
  • hold a brief for
  • hold a mandate for

speak for something or someone: support

speak out or up: speak publicly

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  • speak publicly
  • have your say
  • speak your mind
  • sound off
  • stand up and be counted
  • speak openly
  • speak frankly
  • make your position plain

speak out or up: speak loudly

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  • speak loudly
  • raise your voice
  • make yourself heard
  • say it loud and clear

speak to someone: address

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to engage in spoken exchange

to direct speech to

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to express oneself in speech

to talk to an audience formally

speak for: to serve as an official delegate of

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Be ready to integrate new insights into your spiritual journey, as Steve clarifies the nine most common and misunderstood interpretations of Biblical teaching on the controversial gift of speaking in tongues.
Influenced by the spiritual renewal of the Azusa Street Revival -- a Pentecostal revival meeting that took place in Los Angeles in 1906 -- the Assemblies grew with interracial services that included speaking in tongues, prophecy and faith healing.
While Pentecostal-like phenomena had been present in the 1905 revival, the more controversial occurrences of speaking in tongues came later.
With Speaking in Tongues, Murray presents a full album of spirituals--each interpreted with a heavy dose of electrified soul.
Bodily, rather than mere cognitive, participation" is normal and the "gifts of the Holy Spirit" are affirmed- although speaking in tongues usually occurs outside of corporate worship (20).
Speaking in tongues in public is in order only when followed by interpretation.