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1 CorinthiansEdit

Chapter 2Edit

1 What did Paul not come with when he came to the Corinthians?--eloquence or superior wisdom

1 When did Paul not come with eloquence or superior wisdom?--when he came to the Corinthians

1 What kind of wisdom did Paul not come with when he came to the Corinthians?--superior

1 What did Paul proclaim to the Corinthians when he came to them?--the testimony about God

1 About whom was the testimony that Paul proclaimed to the Corinthians when he came to them?--about God

2 What did Paul resolve to know while he was with the Corinthians?--nothing (except Jesus Christ and him crucified)

2 What did Paul resolve while he was with the Corinthians?--to know nothing except Jesus Christ and him crucified

2 Except what did Paul resolve to know nothing?--Jesus Christ and him crucified

3 In what did Paul come to the Corinthians?--weakness and fear

3 With what did Paul come to the Corinthians?--much trembling

4 What was Paul's message and preaching not with?--wise and persuasive words

4 What were not with wise and persuasive words?--Paul's message and his preaching

4 What were Paul's message and preaching with?--a demonstration of the Spirit's power

4 Whose power were Paul's message and his preaching a demonstration of?--the Spirit's

5 Why were Paul's message and preaching not with wise and persuasive words?--so that your faith might not rest on men's wisdom, but on God's power.

5 On whose power was the Corinthians' faith to rest?--God's power

6 Paul spoke a message of wisdom among whom?--the mature

6 What was Paul's message not?--the wisdom of this age or of the rulers of this age

6 Of whom was Paul's message not?--the rulers of this age

6 Who are coming to nothing?--the rulers of this age

6 What are the rulers of this age coming to?--nothing

7 What do we speak of?--God's secret wisdom

7 What has been hidden?--God's secret wisdom

7 What did God destine for our glory before time began?--God's secret wisdom

7 When did God destine his secret wisdom for our glory?--Before time began

8 Who didn't understand God's secret wisdom?--the rulers of this age

8 What did none of the rulers of this age understand?--God's secret wisdom

8 What would the rulers of this age not have done if they had understood God's secret wisdom?--crucified the Lord of glory

8 Who would the rulers of this age not have crucified (if they had understood God's secret wisdom?)--the Lord of glory

9 What has no eye seen, no ear heard, or no mind conceived?--what God has prepared for those who love him

9 What has seen (what God has prepared for those who love him)?--no eye

9 What has heard (what God has prepared for those who love him)?--no ear

9 What has conceived (what God has prepared for those who love him)?--no mind

10 Who has revealed what God has prepared for those who love him to us?--God

10 By what has God revealed what he has prepared for those who love him to us?--by his Spirt

11 Who searches all things?--the Spirit

11 What does the Spirit search?--all things, even the deep things of God

11 Even what does the Spirit search?--the deep things of God

11 Who among men knows the thoughts of a man?--the man's spirit within him

11 What does a mans spirit within him know?--the thoughts of a man

11 Who knows the thoughts of God--the Spirit of God

11 What does the Spirit of God know?--the thoughts of God

12 What did we not receive?--the spirit of the world

12 What did we receive?--the Spirit who is from God

12 Why have we received the Spirit who is from God?--that we may understand what God has freely given us

13 In what words do we speak?--in words taught by the Spirit

13 In what words do we not speak?--in words taught us by human wisdom

13 How do we express spiritual truths?--in spiritual words

13 What do we express spiritual words?--spiritual truths

14 Who does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God?--the man without the Spirit

14 Why does the man without the Spirit not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God?--They are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned.

14 Why are the things that come from the Spirit of God foolishness to the man without the Spirit?--because they are spiritually discerned

14 Why cannot the man without the Spirit understand the things that come from the Spirit of God?--they are spiritually discerned

15 Who makes judgments about all things?--the spiritual man

15 What does the spiritual man make judgments about?--all things

15 Who is not subject to any man's judgment?--the spiritual man

15 Whose mind do we have?--the mind of Christ

15 What do we have?--the mind of Christ

Chapter 3Edit

1 What could Paul not address the brothers as?--spiritual

1 What could Paul address the brothers as?--worldly—mere infants in Christ

1 What were the brothers in Christ?--mere infants

2 What did Paul give the brothers?--milk

2 What did Paul not give the brothers?--solid food

2 Why did Paul not give the brothers solid food?--for you were not ready for it

2 What were the brothers not ready for?--solid food

2 What were the brothers still not ready for?--solid food

3 What is among the brothers?--jealousy and quarreling

3 Like whom are the brothers acting?--mere men

4 What does one say?--"I follow Paul."

4 What does another say?--"I follow Apollos."

5 What are Paul and Apollos?--only servants through whom you came to believe

5 Through whom did the brothers come to believe?--Paul and Apollos

5 What did the Lord assign to Paul and Apollos each?--to each his task

6 Who planted the seed?--Paul

6 Who watered the seed?--Apollos

6 Who made the seed grow?--God

7 Who is not anything?--neither he who plants nor he who waters

7 Who is something?--God, who makes things grow

7 Who makes things grow?--God

8 Who has one purpose?--the man who plants and the man who waters

8 Who will be rewarded for his own labor?--each (the man who plants and the man who waters)

8 According to what will each be rewarded?--his own labor

9 What are Paul and Apollos?--God's fellow workers

9 What are the brothers?--God's field, God's building

10 By what did Paul lay a foundation as an expert builder?--by the grace God had given him

10 As what did Paul lay a foundation?--as an expert builder

10 What did Paul lay?--a foundation (as an expert builder)

10 Who is building on the foundation that Paul laid?--someone else

10 What should each one do?--be careful how he builds

10 What should each one be careful of?--how he builds

10 What is someone else building on?--the foundation that Paul laid 11 Who can lay any foundation other than the one already laid?--no one

11 What can no one do?--lay any foundation other than the one already laid

11 Who is the foundation that is the one already laid?--Jesus Christ

12 What might any man use to build on this foundation?--gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay, or straw

12 Where might any man build?--on this foundation

12 What might any man do?--build on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw

13 What will happen if any man builds on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw?--his work will be shown for what it is

13 Why will any man's work be shown for what it is?--because the Day will bring it to light

13 With what will any man's work be revealed?--with fire

13 What will the fire test?--the quality of each man's work

13 What will test the quality of each man's work?--the fire

14 How will each man receive his reward?--if what he has built survives

14 What will happen if what each man has built survives?--He will receive his reward.

15 How will each man suffer loss?--if it is burned up

15 What will happen if what each man has built is burned up?--He will suffer loss.

15 How will each man himself be saved?--as one escaping through the flames

16 What are you yourselves?--God's temple

16 Who lives in you?--God's Spirit

17 What will happen to anyone who destroys God's temple?--God will destroy him

17 When will God destroy anyone?--If anyone destroys God's temple

17 What is sacred?--God's temple

17 Who is God's temple?--the believers

18 What should the believers not do?--deceive themselves

18 What should anyone who thinks he is wise by the standards of this age do?--He should become a "fool" so that he may become wise.

18 What should anyone who thinks he is wise by the standards of this age become?--a "fool"

18 Why should anyone who thinks he is wise by the standards of this age become a "fool"?--so that he may become wise

19 What is foolishness in God's sight?--the wisdom of this world

19 What is the wisdom of this world in God's sight?--foolishness

19 In what does God catch the wise?--in their craftiness

19 Who does God catch in their craftiness?--the wise

20 What are futile?--the thoughts of the wise

20 What does the Lord know?--that the thoughts of the wise are futile

20 What are the thoughts of the wise?--futile

21 No more what?--boasting about men

21-22 What eight things are the believers'?--Paul, Apollos, Cephas, the world, life, death, the present, the future

23 Of whom are the believers?--Christ

23 Of whom is Christ?--God

Chapter 4Edit

1 What ought men to regard us as?--servants of Christ and as those entrusted with the secret things of God.

1 What are we entrusted with?--the secret things of God

1 What things are we entrusted with?--the secret things of God

2 What is required?--that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful

2 Who must prove faithful?--those who have been given a trust

2 What must those who have been given a trust prove?--faithful

3 What does Paul care very little about?--if he is judged by the Corinthians or by any human court

3 How much does Paul care if he is judged by you or by any human court?--very little

3 By whom might Paul be judged?--by you or by any human court

3 By what kind of court might Paul be judged?--any human court

3 Paul does not even judge whom?--myself

4 What is clear?--Paul's conscience

4 What does not make Paul innocent?--that his conscience is clear

4 Who judges Paul?--God

4 What does Paul's conscience being clear not make him?--innocent

5 What should the Corinthians judge before the appointed time?--nothing

5 Till when should the Corinthians wait?--till the Lord comes

5 What will the Lord do to what is hidden in darkness?--bring it to light

5 What will the Lord bring to light?--what is hidden in darkness

5 What will the Lord expose?--the motives of men's hearts

5 What will the Lord do to the motives of men's hearts?--expose them

5 When will each receive his praise from God?--at that time

5 What will happen at that time?--Each will receive his praise from God.

6 What did Paul apply to himself and Apollos for the Corinthians' benefit?--these things

6 To whom did Paul apply these things?--to himself and Apollos

6 For whose benefit did Paul apply these things to himself and Apollos?--for your (the Corinthians') benefit

6 Why did Paul apply these things to himself and Apollos?--for the Corinthians' benefit, so that they may learn from them the meaning of the saying: "Do not go beyond what is written."

6 Do not go beyond what?--what is written

6 What will you not take pride in?--one man over against another

6 Over against whom is one man?--another

7 What do you do as though you did not receive it?--boast

8 What do you have already?--all you want

8 What have you become already?--rich

8 When have you become rich?--already

8 What have you become without us?--kings

8 What does Paul wish?--that the Corinthians really had become kings so that they might be kings with them

8 Why does Paul wish that the Corinthians really had become kings?--so that the apostles might be kings with them

9 Who put the apostles on display at the end of the procession?--God

9 Where did God put the apostles on display?--at the end of the procession

9 Like whom did God put the apostles on display at the end of the procession?--like men condemned to die in the arena

9 Where are men condemned to die?--in the arena

9 Who are condemned to die in the arena?--men

9 What are men condemned to do in the arena?--die

9 To whom have the apostles been made a spectacle?--to the whole universe, to angels as well as to men

10 For whom are we fools?--for Christ

10 What are we for Christ?--fools

10 What are you in Christ?--so wise

10 If the apostles are fools for Christ, what are the believers?--wise in Christ

10 If the apostles are weak, what are the believers?--strong

10 If the believers are honored, what are the apostles?--dishonored

11 When do the apostles go hungry and thirsty?--to this very hour

11 What eight hardships do the apostles experience?--They go hungry and thirsty, they are in rags, they are brutally treated, they are homeless, they work hard with their own hands, they are cursed, they are persecuted, they are slandered.

11 How are the apostles treated?--brutally

12 With what do the apostles work hard?--with their own hands

12 What do the apostles do when they are cursed?--They bless.

12 What do the apostles do when they are persecuted?--They endure it.

13 What do the apostles do when they are slandered?--They answer kindly.

13 When have the apostles become the scum of the earth?--up to this moment

13 What have the apostles become up to this moment?--the scum of the earth, the refuse of the world

14 What is Paul not writing this to do?--to shame the believers

14 Why is Paul writing this?--to warn the believers, as his dear children

14 As whom is Paul writing this to warn the believers?--as his dear children

15 How many guardians in Christ do the believers have?--ten thousand

15 In whom do the believers have ten thousand guardians?--in Christ

15 What do the believers not have many of?--fathers

15 What did Paul become for the believers through the gospel?--their father

15 Through what did Paul become the believers' father?--through the gospel

16 What did Paul urge the believers to do?--imitate him

17 Why is Paul sending Timothy to the believers?--for this reason (so that they can imitate him)

17 Who is Paul's son?--Timothy

17 Who does Paul love?--Timothy

17 Who is Paul sending to the believers?--Timothy

17 Who is faithful in the Lord?--Timothy

17 In whom is Timothy faithful?--the Lord

17 What will Timothy do?--remind the believers of Paul's way of life in Christ Jesus

17 What will Timothy remind the believers of?--Paul's way of life in Christ Jesus

17 In whom is Paul's way of life?--Christ Jesus

17 What agrees with what Paul teaches everywhere in every church?--Paul's way of life

17 What does Paul's way of life agree with?--what Paul teaches everywhere in every church

18 Who has become arrogant?--some of the believers

18 How were some of the believers becoming arrogant?--as if Paul were not coming to them

18 What were some of the believers becoming?--arrogant

19 What will Paul do very soon, if the Lord is willing?--come to the believers

19 Under what condition will Paul come to the believers very soon?--if the Lord is willing

19 What will Paul find out when he comes to the believers?--not only how these arrogant people are talking, but what power they have

20 What is the kingdom of God not a matter of?--talk

20 What is the kingdom of God a matter of?--power

21 Paul asks if the believers prefer him to come to them in which two ways?--with a whip or in love and with a gentle spirit

21 If Paul comes in love, with what spirit will he come?--a gentle spirit

Chapter 5Edit

1 What is actually reported?--that there is sexual immorality among the Corinthians

1 What kind of sexual immorality occurs among the believers?--a man has his father's wife

1 What does not occur even among pagans?--a man has his father's wife

1 Whose wife does a man have?--his father's

2 What should have the believers been filled with?--grief

2 What should the believers have done to the man who has his father's wife?--put him out of their fellowship

2 Who should the believers have put out of their fellowship?--the man who has his father's wife

3 In what way is Paul not present with the believers?--physically

3 In what way is Paul with the believers?--He is with them in spirit.

3 On whom did Paul already pass judgment?--on the one who did this (had his father's wife)

3 How did Paul already pass judgment on the one who had his father's wife?--as if he were present

3 What did Paul already pass?--judgment

4-5 When should the believers hand this man over to Satan?--when they are assembled in the name of our Lord Jesus, and Paul is with them in spirit, and the power of our Lord Jesus is present

4 In whose name will the believers be assembled?--in the name of our Lord Jesus

4 Where will the power of the Lord Jesus be when the believers are assembled in his name?--present

4-5 Why should the believers hand this man over to Satan?--so that the sinful nature may be destroyed and his spirit saved on the day of the Lord

5 What may be destroyed on the day of the Lord?--the sinful nature

5 What may be saved on the day of the Lord?--the man who had his father's wife's spirit

6 What is not good?--the believers' boasting

6 What works through the whole batch of dough?--a little yeast

6 Through what does a little yeast work?--the whole batch of dough

6 Paul asks if the believers don't know what?--that a little yeast works through the whole batch of dough

7 What should the believers get rid of?--the old yeast

7 Why should the believers get rid of the old yeast?--so that they can be a new batch without yeast (as they really are)

7 What is a new batch without?--yeast

7 Who has been sacrificed?--Christ, our Passover lamb

7 Who is our Passover lamb?--Christ

8 With what should we keep the Festival?--with bread without yeast, the bread of sincerity and truth

8 What should we not keep the Festival with?--the old yeast, the yeast of malice and wickedness

8 What is the bread without yeast?--the bread of sincerity and truth

8 What is the old yeast?--the yeast of malice and wickedness

9 What did Paul write in his letter?--not to associate with sexually immoral people

9 Who did Paul write to the believers in his letter not to associate with?--sexually immoral people

10 What did Paul not at all mean when he wrote to the believers not to associate with sexually immoral people?--the people of this world who are immoral, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters

10 What would the believers have to do if Paul meant for them not to associate with the people of this world who are immoral?--they would have to leave this world

10 Who was Paul not at all meaning?--the people of this world who are immoral, or the greedy and swindlers, or idolaters

11 Now what is Paul writing to the believers?--that they must not associate with anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or a slanderer, a drunkard or a swindler

11 Who must the believers not associate with?--anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or a slanderer, a drunkard or a swindler

11 What should the believers not do with such a man?--eat with him

11 With whom should the believers not eat?--such a man

12 Paul asked what business it is of his to judge whom?--those outside the church

12 Who are the believers to judge?--those inside the church

13 Who should the believers expel from among them?--the wicked man

13 What should be done to the wicked man?--Expel him from among you.

13 In what book is it written: "Expel the wicked man from among you."?--Deuteronomy

Chapter 6Edit

1 Before whom does any of you dare to take a dispute for judgment?--before the ungodly

1 Before whom should any of you take a dispute for judgment?--before the saints

1 What does any of you dare to take before the ungodly for judgment?--a dispute

1 For what does any of you dare to take a dispute before the ungodly?--for judgment

1 Instead of before whom does any of you dare to take a dispute before the ungodly for judgment?--instead of before the saints

2 Who will judge the world?--the saints

2 What will the saints judge?--the world

2 What are the saints competent to judge?--trivial cases

2 Who are competent to judge trivial cases?--the saints (the believers)

3 Who will the believers judge?--angels

3 What things will the believers judge?--the things of this life

4 When should the believers appoint as judges even men of little account in the church?--if they have disputes about such matters

4 Who should the believers appoint as judges if they have disputes about such matters?--even men of little account in the church

5 Why does Paul say that the believers should appoint as judges even men of little account in the church?--to shame the believers

5 Paul asks if what is possible?--that there is nobody wise enough to judge a dispute between believers

5 Paul asks if it is possible that there is nobody wise enough to do what?--to judge a dispute between believers

6 Against whom does one brother go to law?--another brother

6 In front of whom does one brother go to law against another?--in front of unbelievers

7 What fact means that the believers have been completely defeated already?--the very fact that you have lawsuits among you

7 What does the very fact that the believers have lawsuits among them mean?--that they have been completely defeated already

7 What two things should the brothers rather be?--wronged, cheated

8 What do the believers themselves do to their brothers?--cheat and do wrong

8 Who cheats and does wrong?--the believers themselves

9 What will the wicked not inherit?--the kingdom of God

9 Who will not inherit the kingdom of God?--(see below answer)

9-10 What eleven types of people will not inherit the kingdom of God?--the wicked, the sexually immoral, idolaters, adulterers, male prostitutes, homosexual offenders, thieves, the greedy, drunkards, slanderers, swindlers

11 What were some of the believers?--(see above answer)

11 Who was washed, sanctified and justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God?--the believers

11 In whose name were the believers washed, sanctified, and justified?--in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ

11 By what spirit were the believers washed, sanctified, and justified?--by the Spirit of our God

11 In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of God, what three things happened to the believers?--they were washed, sanctified, and justified

12 What is permissible for Paul?--everything

12 What is beneficial?--not everything

12 By what will Paul not be mastered?--anything

13 What is for the stomach?--food

13 What is for food?--the stomach

13 Both what will God destroy?--food and the stomach

13 What is the body not meant for?--sexual immorality

13 What is the body meant for?--the Lord

13 What is the Lord meant for?--the body

14 By whose power did God raise the Lord from the dead?--by God's power

14 Who did God raise from the dead by his power?--the Lord

14 From what did God raise the Lord?--from the dead

14 Who will God also raise?--us (the believers)

15 What are members of Christ himself?--the believers' bodies

15 What are the believers' bodies?--members of Christ himself

15 Paul asked if he should take what and unite them with a prostitute?--the members of Christ

15 With whom did Paul ask if he should unite the members of Christ?--a prostitute

15 When should Paul unite the members of Christ with a prostitute?--never

16 Who is one with a prostitute in body?--he who unites himself with a prostitute

16 With whom is he who unites himself with a prostitute one in body?--with her (the prostitute)

16 In what book is it written: "The two will become one flesh."?--Genesis

16 What will the two become?--one flesh

16 Who will become one flesh?--the two

17 Who is one with the Lord in spirit?--he who unites himself with the Lord

17 With whom is he who unites himself with the Lord one in spirit?--with the Lord

18 From what should the believers flee?--sexual immorality

18 Where are all other sins a man commits?--outside his body

18 What are outside a man's body?--all other sins a man commits (besides sexual immorality)

18 Who sins against his own body?--he who sins sexually

18 Against what does he who sins sexually sin?--against his own body

19 Of whom is your body a temple?--the Holy Spirit

19 What is your body?--a temple of the Holy Spirit

19 Who is in the believers?--the Holy Spirit

19 Who did the believers receive from God?--the Holy Spirit

19 From whom did the believers receive the Holy Spirit?--from God

19 The believers are not whose?--their own

20 How were the believers bought?--at a price

20 With what should the believers honor God?--with their body

20 Who should the believers honor with their body?--God

Chapter 7Edit

1 What is it good for a man not to do?--to marry

2 Why should each man have his own wife?--since there is so much immorality

2 Why should each woman have her own husband?--since there is so much immorality

2 What should each man have?--his own wife

2 What should each woman have?--her own husband

3 What should the husband fulfill?--his marital duty to his wife

3 What duty should the husband fulfill?--his marital duty to his wife

3 What should the wife fulfill?--her marital duty to her husband

4 To whom does the wife's body not belong?--to her alone

4 To whom does the wife's body also belong?--to her husband

4 To whom does the husband's body not belong?--to him alone

4 To whom does the husband's body also belong?--to his wife

5 Do not deprive each other except by what?--except by mutual consent

5 When can the believing husband and wife deprive each other?--by mutual consent and for a time

5 Why might the believing husband and wife deprive each other?--to devote themselves to prayer

5 Why should the believing husband and wife come together again?--so that Satan will not tempt them because of their lack of self-control

5 Because of what will Satan tempt the believing husband and wife who deprive each other?--because of their lack of self-control

7 What does Paul wish that all men were?--as he is (unmarried)

7 What does each man have from God?--his own gift

7 Who has his own gift from God?--each man

7 From whom does each man have his own gift?--from God

8 To whom does Paul say, "It is good for them to stay unmarried as I am."?--to the unmarried and the widows

8 What is good for the unmarried and the widows to do?--to stay unmarried as Paul is

9 When should the unmarried and the widows marry?--if they cannot control themselves

9 Why should the unmarried and the widows marry if they cannot control themselves?--It is better to marry than to burn with passion.

9 It is better to marry than what?--burn with passion

10 To whom does Paul give this command, "A wife must not separate from her husband."?--to the married

10 What must a wife not do?--separate from her husband

10 From whom must a wife not separate?--her husband

10 What command does the Lord - not Paul - give?--that a wife must not separate from her husband

11 What must a husband not do?--divorce his wife

11 If a wife separates from her husband, how must she remain?--unmarried

11 To whom must a wife who separates from her husband be reconciled?--to her husband

12 To whom does Paul - not the Lord - say: "If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him, he must not divorce her."?--to the rest

12 When must a brother who has a wife who is not a believer not divorce her?--if she is willing to live with him

13 When must a woman who has a husband who is not a believer not divorce him?--if he is willing to live with her

14 Who has been sanctified through his wife?--the unbelieving husband

14 Who has been sanctified through her believing husband?--the unbelieving wife

14 What are the believers' children?--holy

15 In what circumstances are a believing man or woman not bound?--if their unbelieving husband or wife leaves

15 How has God called us to live?--in peace

16 What does Paul ask the wife with an unbelieving husband?--"How do you know whether you will save your husband?"

16 What does Paul ask the husband with an unbelieving wife?--"How do you know whether you will save your wife?"

17 What should each one retain?--the place in life that the Lord assigned to him and to which God has called him

17 What is the rule that Paul lays down to the churches?--Each one should retain the place in life that the Lord assigned to him and to which God has called him.

18 What should a man already circumcised when he was called not do?--become uncircumcised

18 What should a man uncircumcised when he was called not do?--be circumcised

19 What are nothing?--circumcision and uncircumcision

19 What counts?--keeping God's commands

20 Where should each one remain?--in the situation which he was in when God called him

21 Don't let what trouble you?--if you were a slave when you were called

21 If who can gain his freedom he should do so?--the believer who was a slave when he was called

22 Who is the Lord's freedman?--he who was a slave when he was called by the Lord

22 Who is Christ's slave?--he who was a free man when he was called

23 What were the believers bought at?--a price

23 What should the believers not become slaves of?--men

24 In what situations should each man remain in?--the situation God called him to

24 To whom is each man responsible?--to God

25 About whom does Paul have no command from the Lord, but gives a judgment as one who by the Lord's mercy is trustworthy?--about virgins

25 How does Paul give a judgment about virgins?--as one who by the Lord's mercy is trustworthy

25 What is Paul by the Lord's mercy?--trustworthy

26 What does Paul think because of the present crisis?--that it is good for the believers to remain as they are

26 Why does Paul think that it is good for believers to remain as they are?--because of the present crisis

27 Who should not seek a divorce?--those who are married

27 Who should not look for a wife?--those who are unmarried

27 What should the married not do?--seek a divorce

27 What should the unmarried not do?--look for a wife

28 If you do marry, what have you not done?--sinned

28 If a virgin marries, what has she not done?--sinned

28 Who will face many troubles in this life?--those who marry

28 What does Paul want to spare the believers of?--many troubles in this life (for those who marry)

29 When should those who have wives live as if they had none?--from now on

29 How should those who have wives live?--as if they had none

30 How should those who mourn live?--as though they did not

30 How should those who are happy live?--as if they were not

30 How should those who buy something live?--as if it were not theirs to keep

31 How should those who use the things of the world live?--as if not engrossed in them

31 What is passing away?--this world in its present form

32 What would Paul like the believers to be?--free from concern

32 What is an unmarried man concerned about?the Lord's affairs—how he can please the Lord

33 What is a married man concerned about?--the affairs of this world—how he can please his wife

34 Whose interests are divided?--the married man's

34 What is an unmarried woman or virgin concerned about?--the Lord's affairs

32,34 Who is concerned about the Lord's affairs?--an unmarried man, an unmarried woman or virgin

34 What is an unmarried woman's aim?--to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit

34 What is a married woman concerned about?--the affairs of this world-how she can please her husband

33-34 Who is concerned about the affairs of this world?--a married man/woman

35 Why is Paul saying this?--for the believers' own good, not to restrict them, that they may live in a right way in undivided devotion to the Lord

36 Towards whom might anyone think he is acting improperly?--toward the virgin he is engaged to

36 Who might be getting along in years?--the virgin anyone is engaged to

36 When should anyone do as he wants?--if anyone thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to, and if she is getting along in years and he feels he ought to marry

36 What should anyone who thinks he is acting improperly toward the virgin he is engaged to and the virgin do?--get married

37 Who also does the right thing?--the man who has settled the matter in his own mind, who is under no compulsion but has control over his own will, and who has made up his mind not to marry the virgin

37 What has the man who has settled the matter in his own mind made up his mind not to do?--marry the virgin

37 Under what is the man who has settled the matter in his own mind?--no compulsion

37 Over what does the man who has settled the matter in his own mind have control?--his own will

37 Where has the man settled the matter?--in his own mind

38 Who does right?--he who marries the virgin

38 Who does even better?--he who does not marry the virgin

39 How long is a woman bound to her husband?--as long as he lives

39 To whom is a woman bound as long as he lives?--her husband

39 When is a woman free to marry anyone she wishes?--if her husband dies

39 What is a woman free to do if her husband dies?--marry anyone she wishes; But he must belong to the Lord.

40 In whose judgment is the woman whose husband dies happier if she stays as she is?--Paul's

40 In Paul's opinion, when is the woman whose husband dies happier?--if she stays as she is

40 Who does Paul think has the Spirit of God too?--himself (Paul)

Chapter 8Edit

1 What puffs up?--knowledge

1 What is food sacrificed to?--idols

1 What do we all possess?--knowledge

1 What builds up?--love

2 Who does not yet know as he ought to know?--the man who thinks he knows something

2 How does the man who thinks he knows something not yet know?--as he ought to know

3 Who is known by God?--the man who loves God

3 Who is the man known by God loved by?--God

4 What is nothing at all in this world?--an idol

4 What two things do we know?--that an idol is nothing at all in the world and that there is no God but one

4 There is no God but what?--one

5 If there are so-called gods, where are they?--whether in heaven or on earth

5 What are there many of?--"gods" and "lords"

6 For us, what is there?--but one God, the Father

6 From whom did all things come?--God, the Father

6 For whom do we live?--God, the Father

6 Through whom did all things come?--the Lord, Jesus Christ

6 Through whom do we live?--the Lord, Jesus Christ

7 Not everyone knows what?--that there is but one God, the Father, from whom all things came and for whom we live; and there is but one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things came and through whom we live

7 When some people eat such food, what do they think of it?--as having been sacrificed to idols

7 Why when some people eat such food do they think of it as having been sacrificed to idols?--because they are still so accustomed to idols

7 What are some people still so accustomed to?--idols

7 Since their conscience is weak, what is defiled?--such food (that some people eat, food that was sacrificed to idols)

7 Why is such food defiled?--since their conscience is weak

8 What does not bring us near to God?--food

8 Food does not bring us near to whom?--God

8 When are we no worse?--if we do not eat

8 When are we no better?--if we do eat

9 Be careful of what?--that the exercise of your freedom does not become a stumbling block to the weak

9 What might become a stumbling block to the weak?--the exercise of your freedom

9 What might the exercise of your freedom become?--a stumbling block to the weak

9 To whom might the exercise of your freedom become a stumbling block?--the weak

10 Won't who be emboldened to eat what has been sacrificed to idols?--anyone with a weak conscience

10 Where might anyone with a weak conscience see you who have this knowledge eating?--in an idol's temple

10 Who might anyone with a weak conscience see eating in an idol's temple?--you (the believers), who have this knowledge

11 Who is destroyed by your knowledge?--this weak brother

11 For whom did Christ die?--for this weak brother

11 By what is this weak brother for whom Christ died destroyed?--by your (the believers') knowledge

12 When do you sin against Christ?--when you sin against your brothers in this way and wound their weak conscience

12 When do you wound your brother's weak conscience?--when you sin against your brothers in this way

12 What do you wound when you sin against your brothers in this way?--their weak conscience

13 What will I never eat again if what I eat causes my brother to fall into sin?--meat

13 When will I never eat meat again?--if what I eat causes my brother to fall into sin

13 Why will I never eat meat again?--so that I will not cause my brother to fall

13 What might cause my brother to fall into sin?--what I eat

Chapter 9Edit

1 Paul asks if he is not what?--free or an apostle

1 Paul asks if he has not seen whom?--Jesus our Lord

1 Paul asks if the believers are not a result of what?--of his work in the Lord

1 Who are the result of Paul's work in the Lord?--the believers

1 Of what are the believers a result?--Paul's work in the Lord

2 To whom may Paul not be an apostle?--to others

2 Who are the seal of Paul's apostleship in the Lord?--the believers

2 The believers are the seal of what?--Paul's apostleship in the Lord

3 To whom is Paul's defense?--to those who sit in judgment on him

4 Who has a right to food and drink?--the apostles

5 Who has a right to take a believing wife along with them?--the apostles

5 Whom do the other apostles, and the Lord's brothers and Cephas take along with them?--a believing wife

6 Who must work for a living?--Paul and Barnabas

7 Paul asks, "Who serves as a soldier at what?"?--his own expense

7 Of what does he who plants a vineyard eat?--its grapes

7 Of what does he who tends a flock drink?--of the milk

8 From what point of view does Paul ask if he says this?--merely from a human point of view

8 What does the Law say?--the same thing

9 What is written in the Law of Moses?--"Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain."

9 When should you not muzzle an ox?--while it is treading out the grain

9 Paul asks if God is concerned about what?--oxen

10 For whom does God say, "Do not muzzle an ox while it is treading out the grain."?--the apostles

10 Why was this written for us?--because when the plowman plows and the thresher threshes, they ought to do so in the hope of sharing in the harvest

10 Who ought to plow and thresh in the hope of sharing in the harvest?--the plowman and the thresher

10 In what hope ought the plowman plow and the thresher thresh?--in the hope of sharing in the harvest

11 What kind of seeds did the apostles sow?--spiritual seeds

11 What kind of harvest do we have a right to reap?--a material harvest from the believers

12 Who should have the right of support from the believers even more?--the apostles

12 What right did we not use?--the right of support from the believers

12 On the contrary, what did the apostles put up with rather than hinder the gospel of Christ?--anything

12 Why do we put up with anything?--rather than hinder the gospel of Christ

12 Rather than hinder what, do we put up with anything?--the gospel of Christ

13 Where do those who work in the temple get their food?--from the temple

13 What do those who work in the temple get from the temple?--their food

13 Who share in what is offered at the altar?--those who serve at the altar

13 What do those who serve at the altar share in?--what is offered at the altar

14 In the same way, what has the Lord commanded?--that those who preach the gospel should receive their living from the gospel

14 Who should receive their living from the gospel?--those who preach the gospel

14 What should those who preach receive from the gospel?--their living

15 What has Paul not used?--any of these rights

15 In what hope is Paul not writing this?--that you the believers would do such things for Paul

15 What would Paul rather do than to have anyone deprive him of this boast?--die

15 Paul would rather die than have anyone deprive him of what?--this boast

16 What is Paul compelled to do?--to preach

16 When cannot Paul boast?--when he preaches the gospel

16 Why cannot Paul boast?--because he is compelled to preach

16 When Paul preaches the gospel, what cannot he do?--boast

17 What does Paul have if he preaches voluntarily?--a reward

17 When does Paul have a reward?--if he preaches voluntarily

17 If Paul preaches not voluntarily, what is he doing?--He is simply discharging the trust committed to him.

17 If Paul preaches not voluntarily, what is he discharging?--the trust committed to him

18 What then is Paul's reward? that in preaching the gospel he may offer it free of charge (and so not make use of his rights in preaching it)

18 What may Paul offer free of charge?--the gospel

18 In preaching what may Paul not make use of his rights?--the gospel

19 Though Paul is free and belongs to no man, what does he make himself?--a slave to everyone

19 Why does Paul make himself a slave to everyone?--to win as many as possible

19 Paul belongs to whom?--no man

20 To whom did Paul become like a Jew?--to the Jews

20 Why did Paul become like a Jew?--to win the Jews

20 To whom did Paul become like those under the law?--to those under the law

20 Why did Paul become like those under the law?--so as to win those under the law

21 Paul is not free from what law?--God's law

21 Paul is under whose law?--Christ's law

21 To whom did Paul become like those not having the law?--to those not having the law

21 Why did Paul become like those not having the law?--so as to win those not having the law

22 To whom did Paul become weak?--to the weak

22 Why did Paul become weak?--to win the weak

22 What has Paul become to all men?--all things

22 To whom has Paul become all things?--to all men

22 Why has Paul become all things to all men?--so that by all possible means he might save some

23 Why does Paul do all this?--for the sake of the gospel

23 What may Paul share in?--the gospel's blessings

24 Who runs in a race?--all the runners

24 Who gets the prize?--only one

24 Run in what way?--in such a way as to get the prize

25 Who goes into strict training?--everyone who competes in the games

25 What does everyone who competes in the games do?--goes into strict training

25 Why do they go into strict training?--to get a crown that will not last

25 How long will the crown that believers get last?--forever

26 How does Paul not run?--like a man running aimlessly

26 How does Paul not fight?--like a man beating the air

27 What does Paul beat?--his body

27 What does Paul make his slave?--his body

27 What does Paul do to his body?--he beats it and makes it his slave

27 Why does Paul beat his body and make it his slave?--so that after he has preached to others, he himself will not be disqualified for the prize

27 When will Paul himself not be disqualified for the prize?--after he has preached to others

27 What will Paul himself not be disqualified for?--the prize

Chapter 12Edit

26 If one part suffers, who suffers with it?--every part

26 What happens if one part is honored?--every part rejoices with it

26 If one part is honored, who rejoices with it?--every part

27 Who are the body of Christ?--the believers

27 Who is a part of the body of Christ?--each one of the believers

28 Who did God appoint first of all?--apostles

28 Who did God appoint second?--prophets

28 Who did God appoint third?--teachers

28 What eight people has God appointed?--apostles, prophets, teachers, workers of miracles, those having gifts of healing, those able to help others, those with gifts of administration, those speaking in different kinds of tongues

28 In the church, who has God appointed?--(see above answer)

29 Paul asks if all are what?--apostles, prophets, teachers

29-30 Paul asks if all do what?--work miracles, have gifts of healing, speak in tongues, interpret

31 What should the believers eagerly desire?--the greater gifts

31 What way will Paul show the believers?--the most excellent way

Chapter 13Edit

1 When will Paul be only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal?--if he speaks in the tongues of men and of angels, but has not love

1 What will Paul be if he speaks in the tongues of men and of angels but has not love?--a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal

1 What two kinds of tongues might Paul speak in?--tongues of men and of angels

2 When is Paul nothing?--if he has the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge and if he has a faith that can move mountains, but has not love

2 What might Paul fathom?--all mysteries and all knowledge

2 What can move mountains?--faith 3 When does Paul gain nothing?--if he gives all he possesses to the poor and surrenders his body to the flames, but has not love

3 To whom might Paul give all he possesses?--to the poor

3 To what might Paul surrender his body?--to the flames

4 What is patient?--love

4 What is kind?--love

4 Love has what two qualities?--patient and kind

4-5 What four things is love not?--proud, rude, self-seeking, easily angered

4-6 What four things does love not do?--envy, boast, keep record of wrongs, delight in evil

5 What does love keep no record of?--wrongs

6 What does love rejoice with?--the truth

7 What four things does love always do?--protects, trusts, hopes, perseveres

8 What does love never do?--fail

8 What will cease?--prophecies

8 What will be stilled?--tongues

8 What will pass away?--knowledge

9 How do we know?--in part

9 How do we prophesy?--in part

10 When will the imperfect disappear?--when perfection comes

11 When Paul was a child, what three things did he do like a child?--He talked like a child, thought like a child, and reasoned like a child.

11 When did Paul put childish ways behind him?--when he became a man

11 What did Paul put behind him?--his childish ways

11 What did Paul do when he became a man?--put childish ways behind him

12 As in what do we see but a poor reflection?--a mirror

12 Now what kind of reflection we now see as in a mirror?--a poor reflection

12 How shall we see then?--face to face

12 How do I know now?--in part

12 How shall I know then?--fully, even as I am fully known

12 How shall I know fully?--even as I am fully known

13 What three remain?--faith, hope and love

13 What is the greatest of faith, hope, and love?--love

Chapter 14Edit

1 What way should the believers follow?--the way of love

1 What should the believers eagerly desire?--spiritual gifts

1 Especially what gift should the believers eagerly desire?--the gift of prophecy

2 Who does not speak to men but to God?--anyone who speaks in a tongue

2 To whom does anyone who speaks in a tongue not speak?--to men

2 To whom does anyone who speaks in a tongue speak?--to God

2 Indeed, who understands anyone who speaks in a tongue?--no one

2 Who utters mysteries with his spirit?--anyone who speaks in a tongue

2 With what does anyone who speaks in a tongue utter mysteries?--with his spirit

3 Who speaks to men?--everyone who prophesies

3 Why does everyone who prophesies speak to men?--for their strengthening, encouragement, and comfort

4 Who edifies himself?--he who speaks in tongues

4 Who edifies the church?--he who prophesies

5 what would Paul like everyone of the believers to do?--speak in tongues

5 What would Paul rather have every one of the believers do than speak in tongues?--prophesy

5 Who is greater than one who speaks in tongues?--he who prophesies

5 How may the church be edified?--if the one who speaks in tongues interprets

6 Unless he brings what, Paul asks what good he will be to the believers if he comes to them and speaks in tongues?--some revelation or knowledge or prophecy or word of instruction

7 Name two lifeless things that make sounds?--flute or harp

7 Paul asks in what case will anyone know what tune is being played?--in the case of lifeless things

7 Unless there is a distinction in what, will anyone know what tune is being played?--the notes

8 If what does not sound a clear call, Paul asks who will get ready for battle?--trumpet

9 Paul asks that unless you speak what, how will anyone know what you are saying?--intelligible words

9 With what will you speak intelligible words?--with your tongue

9 When will the believers be just speaking into the air?--if they don’t speak intelligible words with their tongues

10 Undoubtedly, what are there all sorts of in the world?--languages

10 None of what is without meaning?--all sorts of languages in the world

11 When is Paul a foreigner to the speaker?--if he does not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying

11 What is Paul to the speaker if he does not grasp the meaning of what someone is saying?--a foreigner

12 What are the believes eager to have?--spiritual gifts

12 In what gifts should the believers try to excel?--gifts that build up the church

12 What should the believers try to excel in?--gifts that build up the church

13 What should anyone who speaks in a tongue do?--He should pray that he may interpret what he says.

14 When does my spirit pray but my mind is unfruitful?--if I pray in a tongue

14 When does my spirit pray?--if I pray in a tongue

14 When is my mind unfruitful?--if I pray in a tongue

15 What will I pray with?--my spirit but also with my mind

15 What will I sing with?--my spirit but also with my mind

16 Why can one not say "Amen" to your thanksgiving?--since he does not know what you are saying

16 What can one who finds himself among those who do not understand not say to your thanksgiving?--"Amen"

16 With what are the believers praising God?--their spirit

17 How may the believers be giving thanks--well enough

17 Who is not edified if you are praising God with your spirit?--the other man

18 What does Paul thank God for?--that he speaks in tongues more than all of the believers

18 What does Paul do more than all the believers?--speak in tongues

19 What would Paul rather speak than speak ten thousand words in a tongue?--five intelligible words to instruct others

19 Paul would rather speak five intelligible words to instruct others than to speak how many words in a tongue?--ten thousand

20 Whom should the believers stop thinking like?--children

20 In regards to evil, what should the believers be like?--infants

20 What should the believers be in their thinking?--adults

21 In what book is it written: "'Through men of strange tongues and through the lips of foreigners I will speak to this people, but even then they will not listen to me,' says the Lord."?--Isaiah

21 Through whom will the Lord speak to this people?--men of strange tongues

21 Through the lips of whom will the Lord speak to this people?--foreigners

21 When will this people not listen to the Lord?--even then (after speaking to them through men of strange tongues and through the lips of foreigners)

22 For whom are tongues not a sign?--for believers

22 For whom are tongues a sign?--for unbelievers

22 For whom is prophecy?--for believers

22 For whom is prophecy not?--for unbelievers

23 If the whole church comes together and everyone speaks in tongues, what will some who do not understand or some unbelievers who come in say?--that the believers are out of their minds

23 Who will come in and say that the believers are out of their minds?--some who do not understand or some unbelievers

23 When will some who do not understand or some unbelievers come in and say that the believers are out of their minds?--if the whole church comes together and everyone speaks in tongues

24 When will an unbeliever or someone who does not understand be convinced by all that he is a sinner and will be judged by all?--if he comes in while everybody is prophesying

25 The secrets of whose heart will be laid bare?--an unbeliever or someone who does not understand

25 Who will fall down and worship God, exclaiming, "God is really among you!"?--an unbeliever or someone who does not understand

25 What will an unbeliever or someone who does not understand exclaim?--"God is really among you!"

26 When the believers come together, what does everyone have?--a hymn, a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue, an interpretation

26 What must be done for the strengthening of the church?--all of these (a hymn, a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue, an interpretation)

26 For what must all of these be done?--for the strengthening of the church

26 For the strengthening of what must all of these be done?--the church

27 How many should speak in a tongue?--two, or at the most three

27 How many at a time must speak in tongues?--one at a time

28 What must someone do if anyone speaks in a tongue?--interpret

28 When should the speaker keep quiet in the church?--if there is no interpreter

28 To whom should the speaker speak if there is no interpreter?--to himself and God

28 Where should the speaker keep quiet if there is no interpreter?--in the church

29 How many prophets should speak?--two or three

29 What should the others do when a prophet is speaking?--weigh carefully what is said

29 What should the others weigh carefully?--what is said

30 When should the first speaker stop?--if a revelation comes to someone who is sitting down

30 What may come to someone who is sitting down?--a revelation

30 What should the first speaker do if a revelation comes to someone who is sitting down?--stop

31 Why can the believers all prophesy in turn?--so that everyone may be instructed and encouraged

31 How can the believers all prophesy?--in turn

31 Everyone may be what when you all prophesy in turn?--instructed and encouraged

32 What are the spirits of prophets subject to?--the control of prophets

32 What are subject to the control of prophets?--the spirits of prophets

33 What is God not a God of?--disorder

33 What is God a God of?--peace

33-34 As in where should women remain silent in the churches?--as in all the congregations of the saints

34 Where should women remain silent?--in the churches

34 Who are not allowed to speak in the churches?--women

34 Who must be in submission in the churches?--women

35 What should women do if they want to inquire about something?--They should ask their own husbands at home.

35 Who should women ask at home?--their own husbands

35 When should women ask their own husbands at home?--if they want to inquire about something

35 Why if women want to inquire about something should they ask their own husbands at home?--for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the church

35 Where is it disgraceful for a woman to speak?--in the church

35 What is disgraceful?--for a woman to speak in the church

36 Paul asked if the word of God originated with whom?--the believers

36 Paul asked if who are the only people the word of God has reached?--the believers

37 Let who acknowledge that what Paul is writing to you is the Lord’s command?--anybody who thinks he is a prophet or spiritually gifted

37 What should anybody who thinks he is a prophet or spiritually gifted acknowledge?--that what Paul is writing to the Corinthians is the Lord’s command

37 Whose command is what Paul is writing to the believers?--the Lord’s command

38 If he ignores this, who will be ignored?--he himself

38 What will happen to anyone who ignores this?--he himself will be ignored

39 What should the believers be eager to do?--prophesy

39 What should the believers not forbid?--speaking in tongues

40 What should be done in a fitting and orderly way?--everything

40 How should everything be done?--in a fitting and orderly way

40 In what way should everything be done?--in a fitting and orderly way

Chapter 15Edit

1 What does Paul want to remind the believers of?--the gospel he preached to them

1 What gospel does Paul want to remind the believers of?--the gospel he preached to them

1 What did the believers receive and take their stand on?--the gospel Paul preached to them

1 What did the believers do with the gospel Paul preached to them?--They received it and took their stand on it.

2 By what gospel are the believers saved?--the gospel Paul preached to them

2 When are the believers saved?--if they hold firmly to the word Paul preached to them

2 To what may the believers hold firmly?--to the word Paul preached to them

2 Otherwise, what will the believers have done in vain?--believed

3 What did Paul pass on to the believers as of first importance?--what he received

3 What did Paul do with what he received?--He passed it on to the believers.

3 How did Paul pass on what he received?--as of first importance

3 According to what did Christ die for our sins?--according to the Scriptures

3 For what did Christ die?--our sins

3 Who died for our sins?--Christ

4 Who was buried?--Christ

4 Who was raised on the third day?--Christ

4 When was Christ raised?--on the third day

5 Who appeared to Peter and then to the Twelve, more than 500 of the brothers, James, all of the apostles, and Paul?--Christ

5-8 To whom did Christ appear?--Peter, the Twelve, more than 500 of the brothers, James, all of the apostles, Paul

6 When did Christ appear to more than five hundred of the brothers?--at the same time

6 Most of whom are still living?--the more than 500 of the brothers that Christ appeared to

6 Some of whom have fallen asleep?--some of the more than 500 of the brothers that Christ appeared to

8 Who did Christ appear to last of all?--Paul

8 How did Christ appear to Paul?--as to one abnormally born

9 Who is the least of the apostles?--Paul

9 What does Paul not even deserve to be called?--an apostle

9 Who does not even deserve to be called an apostle?--Paul

9 Why does Paul not even deserve to be called an apostle?--because he persecuted the church of God

9 Who did Paul persecute?--the church of God

10 By what is Paul what he is?--by the grace of God

10 What was not without effect?--God’s grace

10 God’s grace to Paul was not without what?--effect

10 Who did Paul work harder than?--all of them

10 Who worked harder than all of them?--Paul (yet not him, but the grace of God that was in him)

10 The grace of whom was in Paul?--the grace of God

11 Whether, then, it was whom, this is what we preach?--I or they

12 From what has Christ been raised?--the dead

12 If it is preached that what, how can some of you say that there is no resurrection of the dead?--that Christ has been raised from the dead

12 Who has been raised from the dead?--Christ

12 If it is preached that Christ has been raised from the dead, how can some of you say what?--that there is no resurrection of the dead

12 Some of you say there is no what?--resurrection of the dead

13 Not even who has been raised if there is no resurrection of the dead?--Christ

13 Not even Christ has been raised if what?--if there is no resurrection of the dead

13 When has not even Christ been raised?--if there is no resurrection of the dead

14 What is useless if Christ has not been raised?--the apostles’ preaching and the believers’ faith

14 When is the apostles’ preaching and the believers’ faith useless?--if Christ has not been raised

15 More than that, who are then found to be false witnesses about God?--the apostles

15 About whom have the apostles testified?--about God

15 What did the apostles testify about God?--that he raised Christ from the dead

16 When has Christ not been raised either?--if the dead are not raised

16 If who are not raised, then Christ has not been raised either?--the dead

16 Christ has not been raised either if what?--the dead are not raised

17 When is your faith futile?--if Christ has not been raised

17 What is futile if Christ has not been raised?--the believers' faith

17 You are still in what if Christ has not been raised?--in your sins

17 When are you still in your sins?--if Christ has not been raised

18 Who also are lost if Christ has not been raised?--those also who have fallen asleep in Christ

19 When are we to be pitied more than all men?--if only for this life we have hope in Christ

19 More than whom are we to be pitied if only for this life do we have hope in Christ?--more than all men

20 From what indeed has Christ been raised?--from the dead

20 Christ is the firstfruits of whom?--those who have fallen asleep

20 Who is the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep?--Christ

21 What came through a man?--death

21 What comes also through a man?--the resurrection of the dead

22 In whom do all die?--Adam

22 In whom will all be made alive-- Christ

22 What will all be made in Christ?--alive

23 Who is the firstfruits?--Christ

23 When will those who belong to Christ be made alive?--when he comes

23 Who will be made alive when Christ comes?--those who belong to him

24 Then what will come?--the end

24 When will Christ hand over the kingdom to God the Father?--the end, after he has destroyed all dominion, authority, and power

24 What will Christ hand over to God the Father?--the kingdom

24 To whom will Christ hand over the kingdom?--to God the Father

24 What will Christ destroy?--all dominion, authority and power

24 When will Christ destroy all dominion, authority and power--the end

25 Until when must Christ reign?--until he has put all his enemies under his feet

25 Who will Christ put under his feet?--all his enemies

26 What is the last enemy to be destroyed?--death

27 In what book is it written: "For he has put everything under his feet."?--Psalms

27 Where has Christ put everything?--under his feet

27 What has Christ put under his feet?--everything

27 Who has put everything under his feet?--Christ

27 What does not include God himself?--when it says "He has put everything under his feet."

27 What is clear?--that when it says "everything" has been put under him, this does not include God himself

27 Who put everything under Christ?--God himself

27 What did God put under Christ?--everything

28 When will the Son himself be made subject to him who put everything under Christ?--when Christ hands over the kingdom to God, the Father

29 Who will be made subject to him who put everything under him?--Christ

29 Why will Christ be made subject to him who put everything under him?--so that God may be all in all

29 To whom will Christ be made subject?--to him who put everything under him (God himself)

29 Who put everything under Christ?--God himself

29 So that who may be all in all, Christ will be made subject to him who put everything under him?--God

29 Now if there is no resurrection from the dead, what will who do?--those who are baptized for the dead

29 What will those who are baptized for the dead do if what?--if there is no resurrection

29 Paul asks why people are baptized for the dead if what?--if the dead are not raised

30 Why do we endanger whom?--ourselves

30 When do we endanger ourselves?--every hour

31 How often does Paul die?--every day

31 What does Paul do every day?--He dies.

31 Just as surely as what, Paul dies every day?--just as surely as Paul glories over the believers in Christ Jesus our Lord

31 Over whom does Paul glory?--the believers

31 In whom does Paul glory over the believers?--in Christ Jesus our Lord

32 What did Paul fight in Ephesus?--wild beasts

32 Where did Paul fight wild beasts?--in Ephesus

32 Paul asks what he has gained if what?--if he fought wild beasts in Ephesus for merely human reasons

32 For what reasons might Paul have fought wild beasts in Ephesus?--for merely human reasons

32 In what book is it written: "Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die."?--Isaiah

32 Let us do what, if the dead are not raised?--eat and drink

32 When do we die if the dead are not raised?--tomorrow

33 Do not be what; bad company corrupts good character?--misled

33 What does bad company corrupt?--good character

33 What is good character corrupted by?--bad company

34 The believers ought to come back to what?--their senses

34 What should the believers stop doing?--sinning

34 Why ought the believers to come back to their senses and stop sinning?--for there are some who are ignorant of God

34 Of whom are some ignorant?--God

34 Why does Paul say this?--to the believers’ shame

35 What may someone ask?--How are the dead raised? With what kind of body will they come?

36 What does not come to life unless it dies?--what one sows

36 Unless what, what you sow does not come to life?--unless it dies

37 What do you not plant when you sow?--You do not plant the body that will be.

37 What do you plant when you sow?--just a seed

37 What kind of seed do you plant when you sow?--perhaps of wheat or of something else

37 What body do you not plant when you sow?--the body that will be

38 How does God give the seed a body?--as he has determined

38 What does God give to each kind of seed?--its own body

39 What is not the same?--all flesh

39 Who have one kind of flesh?--men, animals, birds, fish

40 What two kinds of bodies are there?--heavenly and earthly

40-41 What kinds of splendor are there?--the heavenly bodies, the earthly bodies, the sun, the moon, the stars

41 Star differs from star in what?--splendor

42 How is the body that is sown perishable raised?--imperishable

42 How is the body that is raised imperishable sown?--perishable

43 How is the body that is sown in dishonor raised?--in glory

43 How is the body that is raised in glory sown?--in dishonor

43 How is the body that is sown in weakness raised?--in power

43 How is the body that is raised in power sown?--in weakness

44 How is the body that is sown a natural body raised?--a spiritual body

44 How is the body that is raised a spiritual body sown?--a natural body

42-44 What four ways is the body sown?--perishable, in dishonor, in weakness, a natural body

42-44 What four ways is the body raised?--imperishable, in glory, in power, a spiritual body

45 In what book is it written: "The first man Adam became a living being."?--Genesis

45 Who became a living being?--the first Adam

45 What did the first Adam become?--a living being

45 Who became a life-giving spirit?--the last Adam

45 What did the last Adam become?--a life-giving spirit

46 What did not come first?--the spiritual

46 What came first?--the natural

46 What came after the natural?--the spiritual

47 Of what was the first man?--of the dust of the earth

47 Who was of the dust of the earth?--the first man

47 From where was the second man?--from heaven

47 Who was from heaven?--the second man

48 As was whom are those who are of the earth?--the earthly man

48 Who are as was the earthly man?--those who are of the earth

48 As is whom are those who are of heaven?--the man from heaven

48 Who are as the man from heaven?--those who are of heaven

49 Whose likeness have we born?--the likeness of the earthly man

49 Whose likeness shall we bear?--the likeness of the man from heaven

50 What cannot inherit the kingdom of God?--flesh and blood

50 What cannot flesh and blood inherit?--the kingdom of God

50 What doesn’t inherit the imperishable?--the perishable

50 What does the perishable not inherit?--the imperishable

51-52 What is the mystery that Paul tells the believers?--We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed

51 What will we not all do?--sleep

51 Who will all be changed?--we (believers in general)

52 When will we all be changed?--in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet

52 What will happen in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet?--We will all be changed.

52 At what trumpet will we be changed?--the last trumpet

52 At the twinkling of what will we be changed?--an eye

53 What must clothe itself with the imperishable?--the perishable

53 What has the perishable been clothed with?--the imperishable

53 What must clothe itself with the immortal?--the mortal

53 What has the mortal been clothed with?--immortality

54 When will the saying that is written come true: "Death has been swallowed up in victory."?--when the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality

54 In what book is it written: "Death has been swallowed up in victory."?--Isaiah

54 What has been swallowed up in victory?--death

54 In what has death been swallowed up?--in victory

55 In what book is it written: "Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?"?--Hosea

56 What is the sting of death?--sin

56 What is the power of sin?--the law

56 Sin is the sting of what?--death

56 The law is the power of what?--sin

57 But thanks be to whom?--God

57 Who gives us victory through our Lord Jesus Christ--God

57 Through whom does God give us the victory?--our Lord Jesus Christ

57 Who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ?--God

58 How should the brothers stand?--firm

58 What should the brothers let move them?--nothing

58 To what should the brothers give themselves fully?--the work of the Lord

58 To whose work should the brothers give themselves fully?--the Lord's

58 Why should the brothers give themselves fully to the work of the Lord?--because they know that their labor in the Lord is not in vain

58 What do the brothers know is not in vain?--their labor in the Lord

58 What labor do the brothers know is not in vain?--their labor in the Lord

Chapter 16Edit

1 For whom is the collection?--God’s people

1 What should the Corinthians do about the collection for God’s people?--do what Paul told the Galatian churches to do

1 What churches did Paul tell what to do about the collection for God’s people?--the Galatian churches

2 When should each one of you set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income?--on the first day of every week

2 What should each one of you set aside on the first day of every week?--a sum of money

2 In keeping with what, each one of you should set aside a sum of money?--in keeping with his income

2 Why should each one of you set aside a sum of money in keeping with his income, saving it up every week?--so that when Paul comes, no collections will have to be made

2 What will not have to be made when Paul comes?--collections

3 When will Paul give letters of introduction to the men the believers approve?--when he arrives

3 To whom will Paul give letters of introduction?--the men the believers approve

3 Who will Paul send with the believers' gift to Jerusalem?--men the believers approve

3 Where will Paul send the men the believers approve?--to Jerusalem

4 When will the men the believers approve accompany Paul?--if it seems advisable for Paul to go also

5 When will Paul come to the Corinthians?--after he goes through Macedonia

5 where will Paul be going through?--Macedonia

6 Where will Paul perhaps stay awhile or even spend the winter?--with the Corinthians

6 What might Paul even spend with the Corinthians?--the winter

6 Why might Paul stay with the Corinthians awhile or even spend the winter?--so that the Corinthians can help him on his journey

6 How can the Corinthians help Paul?--on his journey, wherever he goes

7 What does Paul not want to do?--to see the Corinthians now and make only a passing visit

7 What kind of visit does Paul not want to make?--a passing visit

7 With whom does Paul hope to spend some time?--the Corinthians

7 If who permits, Paul hopes to spend some time with the Corinthians?--the Lord

8 Until when will Paul stay on at Ephesus?--until Pentecost

8 Where will Paul stay on until Pentecost?--at Ephesus

9 Why will Paul stay on at Ephesus until Pentecost?--because a great door for effective work has opened to him, and there are many who oppose him

9 What has opened to Paul?--a great door for effective work

9 For what has a great door opened to Paul?--for effective work

9 Whom do many oppose?--Paul

9 To whom did a great door for effective work open?--Paul

10 The Corinthians are to see to it that who has nothing to fear?--Timothy

10 When should the Corinthians see to it that Timothy has nothing to fear?--while he is with them

10 Who are carrying on the work of the Lord?--Timothy and Paul

10 Why should the Corinthians see to it that Timothy has nothing to fear while he is with them?--He is carrying on the work of the Lord, just as Paul is.

11 Whom should no one refuse to accept?--Timothy

11 Who should refuse to accept Timothy?--no one

11 Who should the believers send on his way in peace?--Timothy

11 How should the believers send Timothy on his way?--in peace

11 Why should the believers send Timothy on his way in peace?--so that he may return to Paul

11 To whom may Timothy return?--Paul

11 Who is Paul expecting along with the brothers?--Timothy

11 Along with whom is Paul expecting Timothy?--along with the brothers

11 Who is expecting Timothy along with the brothers?--Paul

12 Who did Paul strongly urge to go to the Corinthians with the brothers?--our brother Apollos

12 To whom did Paul strongly urge Apollos to go?--the Corinthians

12 With whom did Paul strongly urge Apollos to go to the Corinthians?--with the brothers

12 How did Paul urge Apollos to go to the Corinthians with the brothers?--strongly

12 What was Apollos quite unwilling to do now?--go to the Corinthians

12 When will Apollos go to the Corinthians?--when he has the opportunity

12 What will Apollos do when he has the opportunity?--go to the Corinthians

13 In what should the Corinthians stand firm?--the faith

13 What kind of men should the Corinthians be?--men of courage

13 What three things the Corinthians be?--on their guard, men of courage, strong

14 How should the Corinthians do everything?--in love

15 Who were the first converts in Achaia?--the household of Stephanas

15 The household of whom were the first coverts in Achaia?--Stephanas

15 Who devoted themselves to the service of the saints?--the household of Stephanas

15 To what did the household of Stephanas dedicate themselves?--the service of the saints

16 To whom does Paul urge the Corinthians to submit?--such as these (the household of Stephanas) and to everyone who joins in the work and labors at it

17 Paul was glad when who arrived?--Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus

17 Why was Paul glad when Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus arrived?--because they have supplied what was lacking in the Corinthians

17 What did Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus supply?--what was lacking in the Corinthians

18 Whose spirits did Stephanas, Fortunatus and Achaicus refresh?--Paul’s and the Corinthians’ spirits

18 What do such men deserve?--recognition

19-20 Who send greetings to the Corinthians?--the churches in the province of Asia, Aquila and Priscilla, the church that meets at Aquila and Pricilla’s house, all the brothers here

20 Who greets you warmly in the Lord?--Aquila and Priscilla

20 What is "Priscilla" in Greek?--Prisca

20 How should the Corinthians greet one another?--with a holy kiss

21 With what did Paul write this greeting?--his own hand

22 On whom should a curse be?--anyone who does not love the Lord

22 What is "Come O Lord" in Aramaic?--Maranatha

23 Whose grace should be with the Corinthians?--the Lord Jesus's

23 With whom should the grace of the Lord Jesus be?--the Corinthians

24 To whom does Paul send his love?--all of the Corinthians

24 In whom does Paul send his love to all of the Corinthians?--in Christ Jesus

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