Others are right also, aren’t they?
Acts 21:20 “When they heard this, they praised God. Then they said to Paul: “You see, brother, how many thousands of Jews have believed, and all of them are zealous for the law.”
Paul gave a report and then James and the elders gave theirs. Both reports were about salvations. Both were very different. Gentiles being saved and relying totally on the grace of God. Jews being saved and holding passionately to the Jewish laws and customs that kept them close to God.
James and the elders rejoiced. Paul and his team rejoiced. Surely there was no problem was there?
Experiences of the salvation of God may be different but they don’t cause problems between one another, do they?
I mean a person’s experience of God may be beautifully personal and powerfully impacting but that person knows they don’t have a monopoly on all the possible experiences of God, don’t they?
Jewish salvation, Gentile salvation, Evangelicals to Orthodox to Pentecostals and everyone in between, no one holds the definitive truthful experience, do they?
No one will turn their head away at the other with a roll of their eyes to say that the others experience is a lesser one to their perfect one, will they?
Surely not …