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Open but Cautious -> Charismatic

Mark Lauterbach, one of my favorite bloggers, posted a followup to his very helpful, personal post "How Did I Become a Reformed Continuationist?" on his journey from cessationist, to open-but-cautious, and finally ending up being a reformed continuationist. Very helpful stuff. This is the kind of stuff that helps us figure out what this whole debate in the Reformed blogosphere is about (my two previous posts referencing this here and here). I think that cessationists over-react, thinking that the Reformed Charismatics are slaying people in the Spirit, dancing around, spouting false prophecy, and speaking in tongues in a big confused mess. Likewise, cessationists may be characterized as unfeeling, Spirit-diminishing, joyless, fundamentalists. Mark has given in his first post a very personal look at his journey to Sovereign Grace and the continuationism, now in post two he gives a little more explanation with some of the biblical basis for his position, and now I am asking him to complete the series giving examples of where this journey has brought him both personally and pastorally:

Can you follow up with a part 3 now of what physical manifestations of the Spirit now that you have moved from open but cautious to desirous? I'm following you completely so far and am thirsting to see how this change has manifested itself (specific examples) in your pastoral and personal life? (ie Do you pray in tongues? Do you prophecy? Do you heal? Do you have people in your flock who do these things? How does it look?). Give us a day in the life of Reformed, Charismatic, Gospel-Driven Mark Lauterbach. [From my comments at his post]

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