G. Functioning in the Church
1. Concerning Each One
26 What then, brothers? Whenever you acome together, each one 1has a bpsalm, has a cteaching, has a drevelation, has a etongue, has an finterpretation. Let all things be done for 2gbuilding up.
2. Concerning Speaking in Tongues
27 If anyone speaks in a tongue, it should be by atwo, or at the most three, and in turn, and one should interpret;
28 But if there is no interpreter, he should be silent ain the 1church, and speak to himself and to God.
3. Concerning Prophesying
29 And as to prophets, atwo or three should speak, and the others 1bdiscern.
30 But if something is revealed to another sitting by, the first should be silent.
31 For 1you can aall prophesy one by one that all may learn and all may be 2encouraged.
32 And the 1aspirits of prophets are bsubject to prophets;
33 For God is not a God of aconfusion but of 1peace. 2As in ball the 3churches of the csaints,
4. Concerning Women
34 The awomen should be silent 1bin the churches, for they are not permitted to 2speak; but they should be csubject, even as the 3dlaw also says.
35 But if they desire to learn anything, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is a shame for a woman to speak in the church.
36 Or was it from you that the word of God went forth? Or 1did it reach only to you?
37 If anyone thinks he is a 1aprophet or bspiritual, let him fully know the things which I write to you, that they are the 2ccommandment of the Lord.
38 But if anyone aignores this, let him ignore it.
39 So then, my brothers, 1adesire earnestly the bprophesying, and 1do not forbid the speaking in tongues.
40 But all things must be done 1becomingly and in 1aorder.