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1Let me remind you, my friends, that our ancestors were all under the cloud, and all of them passed through the Red Sea;

2so they all received baptism into the fellowship of Moses in cloud and sea.

3They all ate the same supernatural food,

4and all drank the same supernatural drink; for they drank from the supernatural rock that accompanied their travels -- and that rock was Christ.

5Yet most of them were not accepted by God, for the wilderness was strewn with their corpses.

6These events happened as warnings to us not to set our desires on evil things as they did.

7Do not be idolaters, like some of them; as scripture says, “The people sat down to feast and rose up to revel.”

8Let us not commit fornication; some of them did, and twenty-three thousand died in one day.

9Let us not put the Lord to the test as some of them did; they were destroyed by the snakes.

10Do not grumble as some of them did; they were destroyed by the Destroyer.

11All these things that happened to them were symbolic, and were recorded as a warning for us, upon whom the end of the ages has come.

12If you think you are standing firm, take care, or you may fall.

13So far you have faced no trial beyond human endurance; God keeps faith and will not let you be tested beyond your powers, but when the test comes he will at the same time provide a way out and so enable you to endure.

14SO THEN, my dear friends, have nothing to do with idolatry.

15I appeal to you as sensible people; form your own judgement on what I say.

16When we bless the cup of blessing, is it not a means of sharing in the blood of Christ? When we break the bread, is it not a means of sharing in the body of Christ?

17Because there is one loaf, we, though many, are one body; for it is one loaf of which we all partake.

18Consider Jewish practice: are not those who eat the sacrificial meal partners in the altar?

19What do I imply by this? That meat consecrated to an idol is anything more than meat, or that an idol is anything more than an idol?

20No, I mean that pagan sacrifices are offered (in the words of scripture) “to demons and to that which is not God”; and I will not have you become partners with demons.

21You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons. You cannot partake of the Lord's table and the table of demons.

22Are we to provoke the Lord? Are we stronger than he is?

23“We are free to do anything,” you say. Yes, but not everything is good for us. We are free to do anything, but not everything builds up the community.

24You should each look after the interests of others, not your own.

25You may eat anything sold in the meat market without raising questions of conscience;

26“for the earth is the Lord's and all that is in it”.

27If an unbeliever invites you to a meal and you accept, eat whatever is put before you, without raising questions of conscience.

28But if somebody says to you, “This food has been offered in sacrifice,” then, out of consideration for him and for conscience' sake, do not eat it --

29not your conscience, I mean, but his. “What?” you say. “Is my freedom to be called in question by another's conscience?

30If I partake with thankfulness, why am I blamed for eating food over which I have said grace?”

31You may eat or drink, or do anything else, provided it is all done to the glory of God;

32give no offence to Jews, or Greeks, or to the church of God.

33For my part I always try to be considerate to everyone, not seeking my own good but the good of the many, so that they may be saved.

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