From atestring: <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Pentecostals that know Jesus and Baptist that know Jesus, and have recieved Him into their hearts, are Brothers and Sisters in Christ. Let's love one another for love is of God and everyone that loveth is born of God and knoweth God. He that knoweth not God knoweth not love for God is love. In Christ There is neither bond nor free, Jew nor Greek Male or female. Is irt safe to say that there is neither Baptist nor Pentecostal. But we are all members of his body placed in his church severlally as it pleases God.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>I'd normally just agree and move on; but something needs to be pointed out. If someone states that if I haven't been baptized, I'm not saved, then I have a biblical requirement to tell that person the error of his/her doctrine. Same goes with this subject: If someone states that I must speak in tongues in order to show that I've been filled with the Holy Ghost, then I have a biblical requirement to tell that person they are in error. What it boils down to is people implying that if we don't speak in the tongue of angels, then we haven't been filled with the Holy Ghost; and ultimately, they're implying that those that don't speak in tongues aren't saved. That's the biblical problem here. No one HAS to speak in tongues to be filled with the Holy Ghost, and no one HAS to speak in tongues to be saved. And no one HAS to "prove" their salvation, through speaking in tongues or other methods, to anyone else. Filling of the Holy Ghost and the gift of tongues two different things? I see people admitting that; but they just happen to be the same people that put your salvation into question if you haven't spoken in tongues. Other than that, I agree with atestring 100%.