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Here’s why: -Apostolic Pentecostals believe that one must have the Acts experience (that is, repenting of your sins, being baptized in the name of Jesus, and receiving the Holy Ghost with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues).
Further, women are to let their hair grow long while men should keep their hair short.
Now, having grown up Apostolic Pentecostal I wasn’t aware that people believed differently about God than I had always been taught, but when they said this I thought, – Apostolic Pentecostals believe that anybody who does not follow the plan of salvation that they do is not saved. With all these things together, it only made sense that I left the Apostolic Pentecostal church. I looked into several religions: Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, agnosticism (not much to learn about that one), once I was even invited to join a group of people in going to the desert in Texas to find UFOs and try and contact extraterrestrials (you think I’m kidding but I’m not. I had known what it was like to stand in God’s presence. I had seen people get the Holy Ghost with the initial evidence of speaking in tongues. Ok, so I had it settled that Jesus is God, no doubt about it.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Now that you know the reasons I left, I find it only fair that I give the reasons I CAME BACK: A year after I left the church I started a downward spiral of depression. I questioned if God even existed (for if He did, why did He allow bad things to happen? Thank God I had enough sense to cut those people off immediately after the invite). I had been baptized in Jesus name and remembered the feeling when I came up out of the water. But now I was faced with the reality that there were many denominations out there–many churches full of people who love God and whom God loves. , I thought, so I knew I had to get into the Bible and find out what it really says so I could find a church that preaches what the Bible actually says.
So I started reading the Bible and researching many denominations, where they came from, who decided what they would teach, what do they teach, etc.
And what I found out was this: -Most denominations and churches preach that the Bible is infallible and that Christians should follow it.