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1 CORINTHIANS. Lord's supper. you? shall I praise you in that we should not be conthis? I praise you not. demned with the world, f 23 For I have received of 33 Wherefore, my brethren, the Lord that which also I when ye come together to eat, delivered unto you, That the tarry one for another. Lord Jesus the same night in 34 And if any man hunger, which he was betrayed took let him eat at home; that yé bread:
come not together unto cona 24 And when he had given demnation. Ånd the rest will thanks, he brake it, and said, I set in order when I come. Take, eat: this is my body, CHAP. XII.
OW do in remembrance of me, d 25 After the same manner not have you ignorant. also he took the cup, when he 2 Ye know that ye were had supped, saying, This cup Gentiles, carried away unto is the new testament in my these dumb idols, even as blood: this do ye, as oft as ye ye were led. drink it, in remembrance of t 3 Wherefore I give you to
understand, that no 26 For as often as ye eat speaking by the Spirit of God this bread, and drink this calleth Jesus accursed: and cup, ye do shew the Lord's that no man can say that Jedeath till he come.
sus is the Lord, but by the 27 Wherefore whosoever Holy Ghost. shall eat this bread, and 4 Now there are diversities drink this cup of the Lord, of gifts, but the same Spirit. unworthily, shall be guilty 5 And there are differences of the body and blood of of administrations, but the the Lord.
same Lord, d 28 But let a man examine t 6 And there are diversities himself, and so let him eat of operations, but it is the of that bread, and drink of same God which worketh all that cup.
in all, 29 For he that eateth and 7 But the manifestation of drinketh unworthily, eateth the Spirit is given to every and drinketh damnation to man to profit withal. himself, not discerning the 8 For to one is given by the Lord's body.
Spirit the word of wisdom; 30 For this cause many are to another the word of knowweak and sickly among you, ledge by the same Spirit; and many sleep.
9 To another faith by the 31 For if we would judge same Spirit; to another the ourselves, we should not be gifts of healing by the same judged.
Spirit; 6 32 But when we are judged, 10 To another the working we are chastened
praised. of angels, and have not cha- man, I put away childish rity, I am become as sound- things. ing brass, or a tinkling cym- 6 12 For now we see through bal.
a glass, darkly; but then face 2 And though I have the to face: now I know in part; gift of prophecy, and under- but then shall I know even stand all mysteries, and all as also I am known. knowledge; and though I 13 And now abideth faith, have all faith, so that I could hope, charity, these three; remove mountains, and have but the greatest of these is not charity, I am nothing. charity.
3 And though I bestow all d CHAP. XIV. my soods to feed the pool F
TOLLOW after charity,
and desire spiritual to be burned, and have not gifts, but rather that ye may charity, it profiteth me no- prophesy. thing
2 For he that speaketh in € 4 Charity suffereth long, an unknown tongue, speakand is kind; charity envieth eth not unto men, but unto not; charity vaunteth not God: for no man understanditself, is not puffed up,
eth him; howbeit in the spirit 5 Doth not behave itself un- he speaketh mysteries. seemly, seeketh not her own, d3 But he that prophesieth is not easily provoked, think-speaketh unto men to edifieth no evil;
cation, and exhortation, and 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, comfort. but rejoiceth in the truth; 4 He that speaketh in an c7 Beareth all things, be- unknown tongue edifieth lieveth all things, hopeth all himself; but he that prophethings, endureth all things. sieth edifieth the church. t 8 Charity never faileth: 5 I would that ye all spake but whether there be pro- with tongues, but rather that phecies, they shall fail; whe-ye prophesied: for greater is ther there be tongues, they he that prophesieth than he shall cease; whether there be that speaketh with tongues, knowledge, it shall vanish except he interpret, that the away.
church may receive edifying. 9 For we know in part, and 6 Now, brethren, if I come we prophesy in part. unto you speaking with
10 But when that which is tongues, what shall I profit perfect is come, then that you, except I shall speak to which is in part shall be you either by revelation, or
by knowledge, or by prophed 11 When I was a child, I sying, or by doctrine? spake as a child, I under- i 7 And even things without stood as a child, I thought as life giving sound, whether a child: but
of prophesying. 1 CORINTHIANS. The resurrection. d 26 How is it then, brethren? of God out from you? or when ye come together, came it unto you only? every one of you hath á 37 If any man think himpsalm, hath a doctrine, hath self to be a prophet, or spià tongue, hath a revelation ritual, let him acknowledge hath an interpretation. Let that the things that I write all things be done unto unto you are the commandedifying
ments of the Lord. 27 If any man speak in an 38 But if any man be ignounknown tongue, let it be by rant, let him be ignorant. two, or at the most by three, 39 Wherefore, brethren, and that by course; and let covet to prophesy, and forbid one interpret.
not to speak with tongues. 28 But if there be no in- d 40 Let all things be done terpreter, let him keep si- decently and in order. lence in the church; and let
CHAP. XV. him speak to himself, and to
MORFeclare unto you the God,
29 Let the prophets speak gospel which I preached un. two or three, and let the to you, which also ye have reother judge.
ceived, and wherein ye stand; d 30 If any thing be revealed 2 By which also ye are sav. to another that sitteth by, leted, if ye keep in memory the first hold his peace.
what I preached unto you, 31 For ye may all prophesy unless ye have believed in one by one, that allo may vain. learn, and all may be com- t 3 For I delivered unto you forted.
first of all that which I also 32 And the spirits of the received, how that Christ prophets are subject to the died for our sins according to prophets.
the scriptures; i 33 For God is not the au- t 4 And that he was buried, thor of confusion, but of and that he rose again the peace, in all churches of third day according to the the saints.
scriptures: p 34 Let your women keep / 5 And that he was seen of silence in the churches: for Cephas, then of the twelve: it is not permitted unto them. 6 After that, he was seen to speak; but they are com- of above five hundred bremanded to be under obedi. thren at once; of whom the ence, as also saith the law.
greater part remain unto 35 And if they will learn this present, but some are any thing, let them ask their fallen asleep. husbands at home: for it is f7 After that, he was seen a shame for women to speak of James, then of all the in the church.
apostles. 36 What! came the word /'& And last of all he was