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5 Now I wish that you all aspoke in tongues, but beven more that you would prophesy; and greater is one who prophesies than one who aspeaks in tongues, unless he interprets, so that the church may receive cedifying.
9 So also you, unless you utter by the tongue speech that is clear, how will it be known what is spoken? For you will be aspeaking into the air.
10 There are, perhaps, a great many kinds of 1languages in the world, and no kind is without meaning.
17 For you are giving thanks well enough, but the other person is not aedified.
22 So then tongues are for a sign, not to those who believe but to unbelievers; but aprophecy is for a sign, not to unbelievers but to those who believe.
35 If they desire to learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at home; for it is 1improper for a woman to speak in church.
36 1Was it from you that the word of God first went forth? Or has it come to you only?
38 But if anyone does not recognize this, he 1is not recognized.
40 But aall things must be done properly and in an orderly manner.
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