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1Though

I speak with the tongues of men and of angels,


and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass,
or a tinkling cymbal.. And though I have the gift of
prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all

knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could

remove mountains, and


have not charity, I am
nothing.3And though I bestow all my goods to feed the
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poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have


Bible Study -- Corithians41 (5)
not charity, it profiteth me nothing. Charity suffereth
11~13
long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth
Chapter
11~13
5
not itself, is not puffed up, Doth not behave itself
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unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked,
thinketh no evil;6Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth
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in the truth; Beareth all things, believeth all things,
hopeth all things, endureth all things.8Charity never
faileth: but whether there beprophecies, they shall fail;
whether there betongues, they shall cease; whether
there beknowledge, it shall vanish away.9For we know
in part, and we prophesy in part.10But when that which
is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be
done away.11When I was a child, I spake as a child, I
understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I
became a man, I put away childish things.12For now we

Corithians

II.

13 111~16 (&)
13.1 (Observation)( )x
KJV()

13.1.1
(Who)
13.1.1.1 (1,3x2)
13.1.1.2 (3,4,7x2,8x2,9x2,11x2,12x2,14)
13.1.1.3 (3,5,6,7,8x2,9x2,10,11x2,12x2,13,15)
13.1.1.4 (3,7,12,13,16)
13.1.1.5
13.1.1.6
13.1.1.7

(10)
(11)
(16)

13.1.2
(What)
13.1.2.1 (3x3,4x2,5x2,6x2,7)head
13.1.2.2 (5,6,15) (14,15)
13.1.3
13.1.3.1

(When):
(8)

13.1.4
(Where)
13.1.4.1 (10)
13.1.5 (Why)
13.2
KJV
()KJV
( a. v. n. )

1) n. head 10 9
2) ()n. man/ husband 32
14
3) ()n. woman/ wife 41
16
4) v. pray 8 3
5) v. ashame 5 3
6) v. shave 2 2

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7) v. unveil/ uncover 2 2

8) v. cover 3 3
9) n. glory 12 3
10) n. Lord 66 7
11) v. praise/ approve 4 4
(1~16 )()()

V. 1~16
1

(n. imitator)(as)(and I)
()()
()

416
4164
16
(
)
~
(praise)(remember in all things)(hold fast)
(v. deliver;)
2

()

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()

()
()
()
()

()

11

(
)


4

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--

Richard Hays

Alice Rousselle

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~
8
(for)(out)(but)9

(for)

10

(n. power)
( 14
13~14)( 124)

( 27)

(space;without, not independent)


12 (all)
13 (judge)(proper)
11

(moreover)(in the Lord)

space
(any one)(all
things)(judge)(distinguish)
(decide)(proper; suitable)

(nature itself)(teach)
15(glory)
16
(a. contentious)(custom; practice)

14

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()

(nature)

13.3
13.3.1
3
(113,7)

14 1117~34 (&)
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14.1 (Observation)( )x
KJV()

14.1.1
(Who)
14.1.1.1 (20,23,26,27,32)(23)
14.1.1.2 (22)
14.1.1.3 (30)
14.1.1.4 (30)
14.1.1.5 (30)
14.1.1.6 (32)
14.1.1.7

(33)

14.1.2
(What)
14.1.2.1 (21)
14.1.2.2
14.1.2.3
14.1.2.4
14.1.2.5
14.1.2.6
14.1.3
14.1.3.1
14.1.3.2
14.1.3.3
14.1.3.4
14.1.3.5
14.1.3.6
14.1.3.7
14.1.3.8
14.1.3.9
14.1.3.10
14.1.3.11

(23,26,27,28)
(24,27)(29)
(25,26,28)
()(25,27)
(25)
(When):
(17)
(18,19)
(20)
(23)
(23)
(25)
(25)
(26)
(32)
(33)
(34)

14.1.4
(Where)
14.1.4.1 (34)
14.1.5 (Why)
14.2
KJV
()KJV

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( a. v. n. )

1) v. praise/ approve 4 4
2) n. supper 2 2
3) v. eat 10 3
4) v. drink 14 7
5) n. bread 7 4
6) n. drink (vessel); cup 8 5
7) n. blood 4 2
8) v. discerning 5 2
9) v. judge 17 3

V. 17~34

17

(yet, but)(command)(together

come)(better)(worse, less)18
(n. division)(n. part)19
(n. faction)(acceptable, approved;accepted)
(appeared; manifest)
(yet, but)

110~1733~5

31~2
()
(approved)
(acceptable)
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20

(then)(come together)(be)(not)(eat)(dinner)

(v. eat)(in)22
(despise)(no)(have)
(v. ashamed)
21

()
(21312)
(246)

(Lords supper1120)(Lords table1021)


()
pot luck

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23

25
26

24

1123~262626~291422~252217~20
23

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i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

27

(a. guilty)

28 (man)(himself)(prove)29
(judgement)

()
(irreverently; unworthy)27

()()

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28

(prove)(test)
2931(separate thoroughly)29
(n. judgement)
()

()

31(v. to
separate thoroughly;judge)(judge)32
(chasten)(v. judged, condemned)33

30

(wait)34
(into)(judgement, be condemned)(yet)(other)
(command)
3034
(command)

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()
14.3
14.3.1
28(man)(himself)(prove)29
(1128~29)

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15 121~27 (&)
15.1 (Observation)( )x
KJV()

15.1.1
(Who)
15.1.1.1 (1)
15.1.1.2 (2)
15.1.1.3 (2)
15.1.1.4 (3,6,18,24)
15.1.1.5 (3x2,4,7,8x2,9x2,10,11,13x2)
15.1.1.6
15.1.1.7
15.1.1.8

(3x2)(3,5)(12,27)
(6)every
()(8,9,10x4)

15.1.1.9
15.1.1.10
15.1.1.11
15.1.1.12
15.1.1.13

(7,11,18)each
(13)
(13)
(13)
(13)

15.1.2
(What)
15.1.2.1 (12x3,13,14,15x2,16x2,17,18,19,20,22,23,24,25,27)body
15.1.2.2 (12x2,14,18,19,20,22,25,26x4,27)members
15.1.2.3
15.1.2.4
15.1.2.5
15.1.2.6
15.1.2.7
15.1.3
15.1.3.1
15.1.3.2

(15,21)
(15,21)
(16,17)
(16,17,21)
(21)
(When):
(2)
(18)now

15.1.4
(Where)
15.1.4.1 (6)
15.1.5 (Why)
15.2
KJV
()KJV
( a. v. n. )
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1) a. spiritual 15 1
2) ()n. spirit 40 12
3) 25 2
4) n. lord 66 2
5) n. gift 7 5
6) n. varities 3 3
7) v. give 15 3
8) ()a. changeanother 23
6
9) n. abilitymiracle 15 3

10) n. tongue 21 4
11) v. work 2 2
12) conj. according as 19 2
13) n. body 46 18
14) ()a. one 27 12
15) a. many 18 5
16) n. member 16 13
17) n. value; honor 4 2
1~27 ()
()
()(members)

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121 1433

(GIVE)

7:7

9:15

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

12311313 ()
(12:7)14:1~23 (14:12 )(14:4
)(14:33)(14:40)

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9.

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V. 1~11
(spiritual)(the)(unknow)2
(as)(ever)(led)(from lead;lead away)
(toward)(know)3

V. 4~11
4

(gift)(n. varities)5 (n. ministry, service)

6 (n. operation, work)


(v. work)7 (each)(give)(toward)
(v. be expedient, profit)8 (which)(give)(another)
9 (a. different; another)
10
(a.change; another)
11 (v. work)(divide)

a gratuity(), a spiritual endowment(


), religious qualification(), or miraculous
faculty()gift

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()
910~15(

)
(
)
()

V. 12~27 ~
12
(body)(members)(many)
13
14
15
16
1718
(v. place; arrange)

2021
22
(weak)(necessary)23
(a. un-valued; w/o honor)(more)(put on)(n. value;
honor)(a. un-figured; uncomely)(more)(have)
(well-figure)24
19

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25(v. care)26
(v. glorify)
(v. together joy)27

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15.3
15.3.1
(127)

(311)
(4
1)

(410)
(413)

(312)

(48)

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()

(414~16)

(123)

15.3.2
411(12
4,11)

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12

53~4

(
)

15.3.3 ()
1118

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(1211,18)

(
)

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2~19
( 1 )

(
1 )

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high

16 1228~1313 (&)
16.1 (Observation)( )x
KJV()

16.1.1
(Who)
16.1.1.1 (12:28)
16.1.1.2 (12:28)
16.1.1.3 (12:28,29)
16.1.1.4 (12:28,2913:2, 8)
16.1.1.5 (12:28,29)
16.1.1.6 (12:28,29)
16.1.1.7 (12:28,29)
16.1.1.8 (12:28)
16.1.1.9 (12:28)
16.1.1.10
16.1.1.11
16.1.1.12
16.1.1.13
16.1.1.14
16.1.1.15
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(12:28,29)
(131)men
(13:1)
(13:4)
(13:10)(13:12)
(13:11x5)child

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16.1.1.16 (13:11)man
16.1.2
(What)
16.1.2.1 (13:1)coppergongbrass
16.1.2.2 (13:1)hollowcymbal
16.1.2.3 (13:2)
16.1.2.4 (13:12)
16.1.3
16.1.3.1
16.1.3.2
16.1.3.3
16.1.4

(When):
(13:11)
(13:12x2,13)now
(13:12x2)

(Where)

16.1.5 (Why)
16.2
KJV
()KJV
( a. v. n. )

1) v. talk 34 2
2) n. love () 14 9
3) n. part 7 2
4) adv. At present; now 7 4

5) v. destroy, , (to be entirely idle)


9 4
13

V. 1228~31
28

29
30
31(v. boil; zealously affect)
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(still)(according to)(n. a throwing beyond; excellent)


(way)(v. show)

a gratuity(), a spiritual endowment(


), religious qualification(), or miraculous faculty(
)gift

(superiority)agape
V. 131~12
1

2
3 (bestow to
feedgive away)()

()

()

(, To
,)
Love

Agp

()

,
,

,, To Like

phila

(, To Lust
,)

eros ()

epithumea

To Lust

()
)

Agap
agape
Agape
//(542159~1015
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3016245142411411331
47121) (172625)
(48416)(410)
(55)(839)
(312)
(1335)(1533
16)(perfection)(314)(15)
(222)(48)(
215)(418)(6)
(agape)

127~8


(Taare Zameen Par)
agape
agape
(Aung San Suu Kyi)
agape
agape(James Hudson
Taylor)agape

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6 7
8 (never)(fall)
Agape

( )
()()
()
()()(
)

agape

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GOOD without GOD is O(
)
V. 138~12
(destroy)(tongue)(cease)
(destroy)9(part)
10
(destroy)
(to be entirely idle)
(part)
(finished)
perfect
agape

philaagape

(Steve Jobs)

()()
(v. talk)(v. think)(a. an infant)
(v. recon)(inactive)12

11

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(v. know)

(181~5)



V. 1313
13
(now)(remain)(greater)

(824~25)

16.3
16.3.1 ~
45
6
7 8
(134~8)

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16.3.2
(138)
(1313)

(faith)

(hope)()GPS

()()(
)()()
()()
()

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()

agape

()()
()()

()(
)
()
()

()()

()

(
)

GPS

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