1 Co 12:1 About then the spirituals, brothers, I want you not to be ignorant.
1 Co 12:2 You know that when gentiles, you were to the voiceless idols as if led, misled.
1 Co 12:3 Therefore I reveal to you that no one by the Spirit of God speaking says: “Accursed Jesus,” and no one can say: “Lord Jesus,” if not by the Holy Spirit.
1 Co 12:4 Divisions then of gifts there are, the same Spirit then;
1 Co 12:5 and divisions of services there are, and the same Lord;
1 Co 12:6 and divisions of activities there are, but the same God working all in all.
1 Co 12:7 To each then the appearance of the Spirit is given for the gathering.
1 Co 12:8 For to one by the Spirit a word of wisdom is given, to another then a word of knowledge according to the same Spirit,
1 Co 12:9 to another faith by the same Spirit, to another then gifts of healing by the one Spirit,
1 Co 12:10 to another then workings of miracles, to another prophecy, to another discernings of spirits, to another kinds of tongues, to another then translation of tongues;
1 Co 12:11 All these then, one and the same Spirit works, distributing to each one’s own just as He wills.
1 Co 12:12 For just as the body is one and has many parts, all then those parts of the body being many, one is the body, thus also the Christ.
1 Co 12:13 For also in one Spirit we all were baptized into one body, whether Jews whether Greeks whether slaves whether free, even all received drink of one Spirit.
1 Co 12:14 For even the body is not one part but many.
1 Co 12:15 If then the foot may say, “Because I am not a hand, I am not from the body.” Even with this, is it not from the body?
1 Co 12:16 If then the ear may say, “Because I am not an eye, I am not from the body.” Even with this, is it not from the body?
1 Co 12:17 If the whole body an eye, where the hearing? If the whole hearing, where the smelling?
1 Co 12:18 Now then God placed the parts, each one of them in the body, just as He willed.
1 Co 12:19 If then all were one part, where the body?
1 Co 12:20 Now then many a part, but one body.
1 Co 12:21 The eye then is not able to say to the hand, “I have no need of you,” or again the head to the feet, “I have no need of you.”
1 Co 12:22 Rather by much more, the part of the body seeming to be weaker is necessary;
1 Co 12:23 and what we suppose to be more dishonorable of the body, to these we bestow greater honor, and our unseemly have greater presentability.
1 Co 12:24 Those then our presentables have no need. Rather, God composed the body giving greater honor to the one lacking,
1 Co 12:25 that there would be no division in the body, rather, the parts would care the same for one another.
1 Co 12:26 Also if one part suffers, he suffers with all the parts, and if a part is glorified, he rejoices with all the parts.
1 Co 12:27 You then are the body of Christ and parts from part.
1 Co 12:28 Also whom God placed in the church, firstly apostles, secondly prophets, thirdly teachers, thereupon miracles, thereupon healing gifts, helps, administrations, kinds of tongues.
1 Co 12:29 Not all apostles? Not all prophets? Not all teachers? Not all miracles?
1 Co 12:30 Not all have healing gifts? Not all speak in tongues? Not all translate?
1 Co 12:31 Strive then for the greater gifts.
And yet down a far better road I point you:
1 Co 13:1 If with the tongues of men I speak and of the angels, yet love have I not, I have become brass sounding or cymbal wailing.
1 Co 13:2 And if I have prophecy, and see the mysteries all and all the knowledge; and if I have all the faith so as to remove mountains, yet love have I not, I am nothing.
1 Co 13:3 And if I donate all my possessions, and if I deliver my body that I may boast, yet love have I not, I profit nothing.
1 Co 13:4 Love is patient, kind is love, is not jealous, is not boastful, is not arrogant,
1 Co 13:5 is not dishonorable, seeks not things of herself, is not provoked, counts not the evil,
1 Co 13:6 rejoices not upon the injustice, rejoices then with the truth;
1 Co 13:7 bears all, believes all, hopes all, endures all.
1 Co 13:8 Love never falls; if then prophecies, they shall cease; if then tongues, they shall stop; if then knowledge, it shall cease.
1 Co 13:9 By part therefore we know and by part we prophesy;
1 Co 13:10 when yet comes the perfect, the by part shall cease.
1 Co 13:11 When I was a child, I spoke as a child, thought as a child, reasoned as a child; when I became a man, I ceased these of the child.
1 Co 13:12 We see therefore now through a mirror by a riddle, then yet face to face; now I know by part, then yet I shall recognize even as also I am recognized.
1 Co 13:13 Now then remain faith, hope, love, these three; greater then of these, love.
1 Co 14:1 Pursue love, covet then the spirituals, more then that you may prophesy.
1 Co 14:2 For one speaking in a tongue speaks not to men but to God, for no one hears. In spirit then he speaks mysteries;
1 Co 14:3 One then prophesying speaks to men, edifying and comforting and encouraging.
1 Co 14:4 One speaking in a tongue edifies himself; One then prophesying edifies the church.
1 Co 14:5 I then want you all to speak in tongues, more then that you prophesy; greater then is one prophesying than one speaking in tongues, unless he translates, that the church may receive edifying.
1 Co 14:6 Now then, brothers, if I come to you speaking in tongues, what will I profit you, unless I speak to you either by revelation or by knowledge or by prophecy, or teaching?
1 Co 14:7 Yet the lifeless giving sound, whether flute whether lyre, if it gives not distinct tones, how will the flute or the lyre be made known?
1 Co 14:8 For also, if an unclear trumpet gives a sound, who will prepare for battle?
1 Co 14:9 Thus also you by the tongue, unless you give a significant word, how will the spoken be known? For you will be speaking into the air.
1 Co 14:10 So many, it might be, kinds of voices are in the world, and none soundless.
1 Co 14:11 If therefore I know not the power of the sound, I will be to the one speaking barbarous, and the one speaking with me barbarous.
1 Co 14:12 Thus also you, since you are zealous of spirituals, to the building of the church, be zealous that you may abound.
1 Co 14:13 Therefore, the one speaking in a tongue, pray that he may interpret.
1 Co 14:14 For if I pray in a tongue, my spirit prays, and my mind is unfruitful.
1 Co 14:15 What therefore is it? I will pray with the spirit and I will pray also with the mind; I will sing with the spirit and I will sing also with the mind.
1 Co 14:16 If when blessing in the spirit, the one filling the place of the unskilled, how will he say the “Amen” upon your thanksgiving, since what you say, he knows not?
1 Co 14:17 For you indeed thank beautifully, but the other is not built.
1 Co 14:18 I thank God, of all of you, I speak more tongues;
1 Co 14:19 but in the church I want five words with my mind to speak, that also others I may instruct, rather than myriads of words in a tongue.
1 Co 14:20 Brothers, become not children in thought, but in vice be infants, in thoughts then become perfect.
1 Co 14:21 In the law, it is written that,
In other tongues and with other lips I will speak to this people
and not even thus will they hear me, says the Lord.
1 Co 14:22 So, tongues are for a sign, not for those believing, but for those unbelievers, then prophecy not for those unbelievers, but for those believing.
1 Co 14:23 If therefore the whole church gathers upon itself and all speak in tongues, then enter the unskilled and unbelievers, will they not say that you are mad?
1 Co 14:24 If then all prophesy, then enters some unbeliever or unskilled, he is convicted by all, he is discerned by all,
1 Co 14:25 the secrets of his heart become visible, and thus falling upon face, he will worship God, announcing that God really is among you.
1 Co 14:26 What therefore is it, brothers? When you convene, each has a psalm, has a teaching, has a revelation, has a tongue, has an interpretation; let all become for housebuilding.
1 Co 14:27 If also in a tongue someone speaks, by two or at most three; and by part and let one translate;
1 Co 14:28 if then there is no translator, let him be silent in the church, to himself then let him speak, and to God.
1 Co 14:29 Prophets then, two or three, let them speak and the others, let them discern;
1 Co 14:30 if then to another is revealed, sitting, the first, let him be silent.
1 Co 14:31 For you are able by one all to prophesy, that all may learn and all may be encouraged.
1 Co 14:32 Also, spirits of prophets to prophets subordinate,
1 Co 14:33 for He is not the God of disturbance, but of peace. As in all the churches of the saints,
1 Co 14:34 the women in the churches, silence; for it is not permitted for them to speak, but subordinate, even as also the law says.
1 Co 14:35 If then anyone wishes to learn, one’s husband at home let them ask; for shameful it is for a woman to speak in church.
1 Co 14:36 Or from you the word of God went out, or to you alone it reached?
1 Co 14:37 If someone seems a prophet to be, or spiritual, let him recognize what I write to you, that of the Lord it is a command.
1 Co 14:38 If then anyone ignores, he is ignorant.
1 Co 14:39 Therefore, my brothers, be zealous to prophesy and to speak, forbid not in tongues;
1 Co 14:40 all then decently and in order let happen.
1 Co 15:1 I reveal then to you brothers the gospel, which I preached to you, which also you received, in which also you stand,
1 Co 15:2 by which also you are saved, which word I preached to you if you retain it, else if not you believed in vain.
1 Co 15:3 For I delivered to you among firsts, what also I received, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures,
1 Co 15:4 and that He was buried, and that He was raised the third day according to the Scriptures,
1 Co 15:5 and that He was seen by Kephas then the twelve;
1 Co 15:6 thereupon He was seen by more than five hundred brothers at once, from which the many remain until now, but some slept;
1 Co 15:7 thereupon He was seen by Jacob, then all the apostles;
1 Co 15:8 last then of all as though to one untimely born He was seen also by me.
 Tongue in context means language.