Moves of God usually come with a stigma – something that is unappealing and considered repulsive to some. Tongues became the 20th Century stigma that many were unwilling to bear. G Campbell Morgan, the great man of God and Bible expositor, rejected the Pentecostal revival, calling it the last vomit of hell. Bearing reproach is often a requirement to walk in revival.
From the book "When Heaven Invades Earth: A Practical Guide to a Life of Miracles"