In this chapter, Paul addresses tongues and brings the challenge that everything has its place and we need to communicate in a way that people can understand what we’re saying.
But it’s more than just spiritual languages that we need to be logical with. Even when we’re speaking our native tongue to those that also have that as their first language, we need to be good communicators.
What’s the point in delivering some great flowery-word, deep theological sermon if no-one can understand it? No point at all.
Rev Stewart Bloor