Q: Can unknown tongues be interpreted? Say for example, tongues of angels (1 Corinthians 13:1)
A: Yes

Q: If you pray in tongues, and don’t receive the interpretation from the Holy Spirit, should you only pray in tongues in private until someone who can interpret tongues are present? (1 Corinthians 14:13)

Q: If when you first prayed and asked Yahuah for the ability to interpret, and you still were unable to interpret tongues, should you continue to pray in tongues in private?
A: Interpretation of tongues is not an administration gift (apostle/prophet/evangelist/shepherd), it’s a Holy Spirit operations gift. That means its transient, given by the Holy Spirit “in the moment” as He operates thru the Body.

Sometimes interpretation of tongues tends to work just like the gift of prophecy. It’s not really a “translation” but an interpretation. Which means once you let it out, you can listen to the Holy Spirit and give what the Spirit was saying in a prophetic word.

Q: If I speak, or pray, or sing in tongues, but never receive the ability to interpret what I spoke, prayed, or sang in that tongue, and no one else either with or without the ability to interpret what I spoke, prayed, or sang, should I stop speaking, praying, or singing in tongues altogether?

A: In a meeting, yes. If you are by yourself, it’s okay to continue edifying yourself. Sometime the interpretation will come to you later, in a non-dramatic way. It may just come as a normal revelation.

Q: Paul said that people talk only to Elohim when they speak in tongues (1 Cor. 14:2), and only people’s spirit prays when they pray in tongues (1 Cor. 14:14) — is that because the language is of an angel (1 Cor. 13:1), or because it’s a language on earth that you have never learned before (1 Cor. 13:1), and won’t know it until it has been interpreted either by you or someone with the gift of interpreting tongues (1 Cor. 14:13, 1 Cor. 12:10)?

A: It could be either. A certain type of tongues is a heavenly language (tongues of angels). Sometime its an earthly language.

Q: In 1 Corinthians 14:2, is Paul talking about a tongue of an angel or a known tongue on earth? Because in verse 5, it seems Paul is saying that it can be interpreted.

A: I think in that scripture he’s talking about people praying in languages they don’t know. But yes if you pray, you can get an interpretation of the revelation that the Holy Spirit was speaking thru your spirit.

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