My own husband grew up Pentecostal, spoke in the false babbling of tongues and swore up and down it was real at the time, and now will tell everyone it was all a lie that he was deceived by. And everyone who finally escapes the Pentecostal deceptions will tell you that. I posted an article not all that long ago by a pastor who left the Pentecostal church after he realized he just could not in good conscious keep lying to himself and his congregation. I've heard countless stories like this!
I'm not against Pentecostals as a whole. Duh, if I was, I would never have spent years with all you Pentecostals, including you Refreshed, who is a wanna-be-Pentecostal! That should be proof enough that I am not against Pentecostals as a whole. I have family who used to be Pentecostal. Most of them are no longer Pentecostal, but was I against them when they were? No! I still loved them the same as I do now.
You always bring this accusation that I am not balanced. And I will always respond to that accusation by saying there in no balance in false doctrines. I would like to see people escape those false doctrines as my husband did, not find balance in them. And he will tell you how freeing it was to get out of his deceptions. You said I need to find someone I trust who wouldn't make up stories to me and guess what? I did!
But you'll never convince me you are fine with me exposing charlatans. Why? Because it always ends up like this where you are not applauding the exposing of charlatans but instead end up joining in with the accusations that I just don't believe the workings of the Holy Spirit.