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  1. Four hair lengths • Covered (as woman should be) 15 • Uncovered (as man should be) 14 • Shorn, 6 • Shaved, 6 • Paul’s hair “shorn” in Cenchrea, Ac.18:18 • Did he have long hair before this? • Hair can be too short to be a covering but long enough to shear

  2. Put On and Take Off? • Man w. long hair: “Shame” • True all the time • Woman w. long hair: “Glory” • True all the time • What is shameful under normal circumstances is more so when praying or prophesying

  3. Permanent practice Passage Act of worship Turn ear from law Pro.28:9 Prayer is abomination Bloody hands Is.1:15 Prayer rejected Holy hands 1 Tim.2:8 Prayer accepted Uncovered 1 Co.11:5, 15 Praying

  4. “A” Covering, not “The” Covering (15) • 1 Jn.2:2, a propitiation for our sins • 1 Tim.2:6, a ransom for all • 1 Pt.2:8, a Head of the corner • 1 Pt.4:19,a faithful Creator

  5. Different words 4: having down the head 5-7, 13:covered(depends on context) 15: for a covering (as a garment) • Different words: more than one? • Church, kingdom, body, house(Mt.16:18-19; Ep.1:22-23; 1 Tim.3:15) • Disciples, Christians(Ac.11:26)

  6. Lord’s Supper / The Assembly • “Cometogether”: • 17, 18, 20, 33, 34 • “Asachurch”: 18 • As a congregation, in meeting, assembly • “Among you”: • 18, 19 (twice), 30 • “Inoneplace”: 20 (cf. 14:23) • “One another”: 33

  7. Contrasts (1/2) • Praise – no praise, 17, 22 • Not better – but worse, 17 • Factions – approved, 19 • Eat – but not Lord’s supper, 20-21 • Houses – one place, 20, 22 • Hungry – “drunk,” 21

  8. Contrasts (2/2) • No houses – despise church, 22 • Haves – have nots, 22 • Received – delivered, 23 • Unworthy – examine self, 27-28 • Judge self – not judged, 31 • Chastised – not condemned, 32

  9. God’s providence (11:19) • Brings good things out of evil • Factions (divisions, 18) • Those who are approved / recognized • Ezk.9. 1 Jn.2:19 • Illustration: a brother… • Urges unity • Stays above the division • Returns good for evil

  10. “Drunk”? (11:21) 1. “Drunk” contrasts w. hunger(not sober) **Is.55:10; 58:11; Jn.2:10; Rv.17:2, 6** 2. Why not condemn drunkenness? 3. Drink / get drunk in houses (22)? a. Bedrunk(1 Sm.1:13; Mt.24:49; Ac.2:15) b.Bewatered, drenched (Is.58:11, garden)

  11. “In an unworthy manner”(11:27) Whoever“He who”(29) “Judge ‘selves”(31) Who, not How Unworthy manner“So…eat”(28) How, not Who

  12. Weak, sick, asleep (11:30-31) • If physical – • Don’t need v.19; see who is sick/dead • Live forever? • How is it discipline? • Weak= 4:10; 9:22 • Sick= Ph.2:26 • Sleep = Ep.5:14; 1 Th.5:7, 10

  13. Principles • Communion with Christ (24-26) • Regular assemblies (when you come together, 33) • Spiritual, not secular (to eat, 33) • Structured (wait for one another, 33) • When? Discussed elsewhere (Ac.20:7) • Frequency? . . . (Ac.20:7)

  14. If hungry, eat at home (11:34) • Did Paul not eat when traveling? Ac.27:33-35 • Eating in other places: 1 Co.10:27-29; Ac.2:46; 11:3…7 • When you pray…room (inner chamber, Mt.6:6. [Jesus had no room] • Synecdoche; v.22, houses • Church did not provide social and/or recreational activities; these were done “at home”