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THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PAUL
TO THE
CORINTHIANS

CHAPTER 11

3. Imitating the Apostle
11:1


1 1Be aimitators of 2me, as I also am bof Christ.


VIII. Dealing with Head Covering
11:2-16

A. The Headship in the Universe
vv.2-3


2 But I apraise you because in all things you have bremembered me and hold fast the 1cthings that I have handed down even as I handed 1them down to you.

3 But I want you to know that 1Christ is the ahead of every man, and the 2man is the bhead of the woman, and 3God is the chead of Christ.


B. The Head Covering
vv.4-6


4 Every man praying or 1aprophesying with his head covered 2disgraces his head.

5 But every woman apraying or bprophesying with her head 1uncovered disgraces her head; for it is one and the same as she who is 2cshaved.

6 For if a woman is not covered, let her hair also be cut off; but if it is shameful for a woman to have her hair cut off or to be shaved, 1let her be covered.


C. The Reasons
vv.7-15


7 For a man ought not to have his head covered, since he is 1God's aimage and glory; but the woman is the 2bglory of the man.

8 For man is not out of woman, but 1woman aout of man;

9 For also man was not 1created for the sake of the woman, but 2awoman for the sake of the man.

10 Therefore the woman ought to have a 1sign of submission to aauthority on her head for the 2sake of the bangels.

11 However neither is woman without man, nor man without woman, 1in the Lord.

12 For just as the woman is 1out from the man, so also is the man 1through the woman; but aall things are out from God.

13 aJudge this in your own selves: Is it fitting for a woman to pray uncovered to God?

14 Does not even 1nature itself teach you that if a man has long hair, it is a dishonor to him,

15 But if a woman has long hair, it is a glory to her, because her long hair has been given to her for a covering.


D. No Contention
v.16


16 But if anyone seems to be contentious, we do not have 1such a custom of being so, neither the 2achurches of God.


IX. Dealing with
the Lord's Supper
11:17-34

A. The Rebuking of the Disorder
vv.17-22


17 1But I give you 2this charge and do not apraise you, because you bcome together not for the better but for the worse.

18 For first of all, when you come together 1ain the church, I hear that bdivisions exist among you; and some part of it I believe.

19 For there must even be 1parties among you, that those who are 2approved may become 3manifest among you.

20 When therefore you come together in the same place, it is not to eat the 1Lord's supper;

21 For in your eating, each one takes his own 1supper first, and one is hungry and the other is drunk.

22 Do you not have houses to eat and drink in? Or do you despise the achurch of God and bput those to shame who have not? What shall I say to you? Shall I praise you? In this I do not cpraise you.


B. The Review of the Definition
vv.23-26


23 For I areceived from the Lord that which also I delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus bin the night in which He was 1cbetrayed dtook bread,

24 And having given thanks, He 1broke it and said, This is My body, which is given for you; this do 2unto the 3remembrance of Me.

25 Similarly also the cup after they had dined, saying, This 1cup is the anew covenant established in My blood; this do, as often as you 2drink it, unto the remembrance of Me.

26 For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you 1declare the Lord's death 2until He acomes.


C. The Need of Proving and Discerning
vv.27-29


27 So then whoever aeats the bbread or adrinks the bcup of the Lord in an 1unworthy manner will 2be guilty of the body and of the cblood of the Lord.

28 But let a man 1aprove himself, and in this way let him eat of the bread and drink of the cup.

29 For he who eats and drinks, eats and drinks 1judgment to himself if he does not 2discern 3the body.


D. The Discipline of the Lord
vv.30-34

30 Because of 1this many among you are 2weak and sick, and a number 3asleep.

31 But if we 1discerned ourselves, we would not be judged.

32 But being 1judged by the Lord, we are adisciplined that we may not be 2bcondemned with the world.

33 So then, my brothers, when you come together to eat, 1wait for one another.

34 If anyone is hungry, let him eat at ahome, that you may not bcome together for judgment. And the 1rest I will set in order when I come.