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1Follow my example as I follow Christ's.

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2I COMMEND you for always keeping me in mind, and maintaining the tradition I handed on to you.

3But I wish you to understand that, while every man has Christ for his head, a woman's head is man, as Christ's head is God.

4A man who keeps his head covered when he prays or prophesies brings shame on his head;

5but a woman brings shame on her head if she prays or prophesies bareheaded; it is as bad as if her head were shaved.

6If a woman does not cover her head she might as well have her hair cut off; but if it is a disgrace for her to be cropped and shaved, then she should cover her head.

7A man must not cover his head, because man is the image of God, and the mirror of his glory, whereas a woman reflects the glory of man.

8For man did not originally spring from woman, but woman was made out of man;

9and man was not created for woman's sake, but woman for the sake of man;

10and therefore a woman must have the sign of her authority on her head, out of regard for the angels.

11Yet in the Lord's fellowship woman is as essential to man as man to woman.

12If woman was made out of man, it is through woman that man now comes to be; and God is the source of all.

13Judge for yourselves: is it fitting for a woman to pray to God bareheaded?

14Does not nature herself teach you that while long hair disgraces a man,

15it is a woman's glory? For her hair was given as a covering.

16And if anyone still insists on arguing, there is no such custom among us, or in any of the congregations of God's people.

17In giving you these instructions I come to something I cannot commend: your meetings tend to do more harm than good.

18To begin with, I am told that when you meet as a congregation you fall into sharply divided groups. I believe there is some truth in it,

19for divisions are bound to arise among you if only to show which of your members are genuine.

20The result is that when you meet as a congregation, it is not the Lord's Supper you eat; when it comes to eating,

21each of you takes his own supper, one goes hungry and another has too much to drink.

22Have you no homes of your own to eat and drink in? Or are you so contemptuous of the church of God that you shame its poorer members? What am I to say? Can I commend you? On this point, certainly not!

23For the tradition which I handed on to you came to me from the Lord himself: that on the night of his arrest the Lord Jesus took bread,

24and after giving thanks to God broke it and said: “This is my body, which is for you; do this in memory of me.”

25In the same way, he took the cup after supper, and said: “This cup is the new covenant sealed by my blood. Whenever you drink it, do this in memory of me.”

26For every time you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord, until he comes.

27It follows that anyone who eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord unworthily will be guilty of offending against the body and blood of the Lord.

28Everyone must test himself before eating from the bread and drinking from the cup.

29For he who eats and drinks eats and drinks judgement on himself if he does not discern the body.

30That is why many of you are feeble and sick, and a number have died.

31But if we examined ourselves, we should not fall under judgement.

32When, however, we do fall under the Lord's judgement, he is disciplining us to save us from being condemned with the rest of the world.

33Therefore, my friends, when you meet for this meal, wait for one another.

34If you are hungry, eat at home, so that in meeting together you may not fall under judgement. The other matters I will settle when I come.

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