onsdag 29. juni 2011

Nr. 13: Why should women be covered during the service and not the man, why?

Nr. 13: Why should women be covered during the service and not the man, why?

Question 13:

Why should women be covered during the service and not the man? What is the word of God about this in the 1st Cor. 11?


The gospel I preached is not man's work. I have not received or learned by any man, but by Jesus Christ revealed himself to me. "In 1 Cor. 4, 17, he calls his message" my way in Christ Jesus, as I teach everywhere in every the churches. "This is part of the Gospel and Paul learned this in all the churches he founded and taught in and for.

1. Cor. 11 Therefore, Paul says in verse 2 I praise you that ye remember me in all things and hold fast to my statutes, as I gave you them.
This here Paul taught in all churches and everywhere and there were large cultural differences within its Roman empire in which Paul worked. When to start doing this culturally determined is totally misleading and a breach of the right interpretation of scripture.
It is because of the angels that the woman should be covered and the long hair is to the world that we live in. When it comes to man is the opposite. And it comes when the church is gathered, not only when women are gathered as some claim.

3 But I want you to know that Christ is every man's head, and the man's wife, but God is the head of Christ.

It is spoken about the subordinate principle that we teach are God-given!
Verse 4: Why is it that a man "who prays or prophesies with his head covered, dishonors his head"? Yes, because Christ is man's head. So if the man cover his head, so cover up his Christ. This is confirmed by verse 7

Verse 5: Why is it that a woman "dishonors his head" if she does not mask his head? Yes, because when she does not cover the man's honor, which is itself. When she was covering for himself (the man's honor), it appears Christ's honor / glory alone as the head. This is confirmed by verse 7

Verse 6: This verse confirms that not only is the hair that is the sign of submission, as some believe. For if a woman does not cover up his long hair, then she should cut it off.

Verse 7: This is what confirms my understanding of verses 4-5. The man is the image and glory. Why should he not cover his head, for God's glory will not be covered. Covering him to his head, as he covers the Christ (verse 3). The woman is the glory of man. It should be covered. God's glory will not be covered in church. But the glory of man (woman) to be covered.

Verses 8-9: This I will come back to my commentary of verse 16

Verse 10: Because. creates the scheme, the woman having a visible sign of their submission to the man's head - Christ. Since this is a "word-for-word" translation, so the word under the pot safety signs. However, in other "opinion translations," as the word authority signs. For submission, which involves authority above the devil and his åndehær. See eg James from 4.6 to 8, 1 Pet 5.5 to 9.

Moreover, using Paul's perhaps a bit mysterious (misunderstand me wrong) statement: she is in fact used this visible sign of submission, for the sake of angels. In "A living book" translation, it reads as follows: "A woman should therefore carry a cover on his head as a sign that she is subordinate to man, something that all the angels to notice and rejoice." And Satan and his demon army and the fallen angels dislike and hate it when a course like that show God reverence and faith in God's decrees are visible!

It can thus serve as a reminder of the angels that fell, that they must submit to the Lord as well. That they should not forget the others who died, 2 Peter 2:4, Jude 1.5 to 6. I have also heard interpretations that are the angels that are not subordinate to the authorities (the Lord), but fell and became demons. They will then go around and want to "control" the women who are not under any other authority.
Verses 11-12: These verses confirm that all are equal in Christ, but differ in mission and ministry. The woman is the man, while man is the woman.

Verse 13: Here some interpreters that the words "judge" means "decide for yourself whether this is true or not." To a certain extent that right. But the only thing we can decide is whether we want to do so or not. We can not decide if this is true or not. That this is true of Paul confirms his conclusion "it proper for a woman to pray to God with her head uncovered?" Some of his answers are pretty clearly no, as we see in verse 3 to 6.10, 14-15. It is also quite evident from the verses 3.8 and 9, that this is an eternal plan in the New Testament church.

Verse 14: Nature teaches us that it is typically feminine to have long hair, while the typical male having short hair.

Verse 15: The long hair is a woman's honor. And "the long hair is given her veil." Of this there are some who believe that "holding" with long hair, long hair is given her veil. It is true, however, not according to verse 5, where the woman's long hair is seen as clear-cut if she can not cover up the hair. The same thing we see from verse 6, where it says that the woman might as well be cutting her hair off, if she does not obscure it.

Verse 16: This is perhaps the most controversial verse in the entire chapter. And it is this verse used to dismiss verses 3-15. The Bible must be interpreted, not interpreted ":" The relationship is in the text, must be studied. Bible's words are coherent stories, and not free-standing single cross. Therefore, all single cross construed in accordance with and not contrary to their context.

If we interpret what that verse 16 repeals verse 3, which actually is the foundation for everything (see verses 8-12), so we interpret the conflict with the context. Trettekjærhet repeals in fact not the Word of God. Moreover, we have to read a bit carefully this verse. It says, "but if someone wants to be contentious, so he must know that such a practice, we have not." This custom we do not have, is to be quarrelsome with God's Word. This is confirmed by many verses in the New Testament, including Gal 1.10. I will use "A living book" translation, to clarify my point:

1 Corinthians 11.16 "If someone wants to create controversy about this, then all I can say that we never learn anything other than a woman to wear a veil on her head when she prophesy or pray publicly in church. All the churches have same view on this. "

It is also confirmed by verses 8-9 that it is the custom to fight for God's Word we are talking about in verse 16, as they explain the basis for this is creating the scheme together with verses 3 and 12

Some might argue that this is lovvisk and that I might be lovvisk. Where would I express that this is a result of sanctification. It starts in the spirit, go out to the soul (mind, our actions, etc.), and the soul will then bring it into action; body. See 1 Thessalonians 5.23. It is never lovvisk to follow God's Word, but it is such lovvisk believe you will find eternal life by studying and reading God's Word (Jn 5.39), without obeying the word in his life. However, we are encouraged to read God's Word and being obedient to the Lord, see Mt 22.29, Rom 6.17, 2 Tim 3.16 to 17, 1 Pet 1.22.

It is wrong if one is forced to both have long hair or use the visible sign of submission. When the server is not its proper purpose, namely, among others to emphasize Christ's glory.

It is clear that a woman pray without any head, dishonors his head. Is it due. culture? No, but because. verse 3 and verse 7 That is how the Lord to us holy through and through (1 Thessalonians 5.23), and if there has been an interior sanctification, it will also show you the exterior. It begins in the inner (spirit), go out to the thought life (which is part of the soul), and finally it will show you the external (body).

1 Peter 1.14-16: As obedient children, do you not fit you for the desires that you had, in their ignorance. 15 But the weather for the Saints who called you, ye also holy in all manner of conversation. 16 For it is written: You shall be holy, for I am holy.

It's clear that we must put away our self-determination and not think about fashion, etc. When we are the part of the world, and world friends are the enemies of God (James 4:4). We should be concerned with the heavenly. Where will our hearts be and when will our taxes be there (Matthew 6.19-21). If the Lord, we do not want to be obedient and believe we get what we ask for, it is clear that he does not want to reveal this to us, you have faith (Heb 11.6).

To access the text again in 1 Corinthians 11: 3 But I want you to know that Christ is every man's head, and the man's wife, but God is the head of Christ.

This is not culture-dependent. The Father is the head of Christ, Christ is the man's head, and the man is the woman's head. Completely independent of culture or not. It is because of this verse, the woman should cover her head, but not the man. We see this because of verse 7:

7 A man should not cover the head, for he is the image and glory. But the woman is the glory of man.

That is completely independent of culture and tradition. A man should not cover to his head, because he is the image and glory. Not due. culture. If you cover to their head due. it is culture and tradition, but do not have obvious self, I am afraid it is stillborn.

8 For man is not from woman, but woman from man. 9 Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man's sake. 10 Therefore the woman should have a pot under the safety signs on its head because of the angels.

So regardless of culture, so should the woman have a pot under the safety signs on its head. Why? Because. she is of the man and was created for man's sake. It does not mean that she is worth less than the man or some such thing (see verse 11). For had it not been for the woman, had of course been no man, and vice versa (see verse 12). But this has clear lines to 1 Gen. 3:16.

6 For if a woman does not mask itself, let her also cut off his hair! But it is a shame for a woman to cut or shave off his hair, let her cover up.

Here Paul continues in verse 5 from He says no one should deny a woman to cut him, if she does not mask them. So then it does not help with the long hair, if you have not signed. But, says Paul, if it is a shame to have short hair for a woman (which it is), then do not deny a woman to cover up! So is this verse completely independent of culture.

1 Cor 11.6, if she will not wear a veil, she should cut off his hair! But when it now is shameful for a woman to cut or shave off her hair, she should wear a veil.

There is also talk of rebellious women who would use head cover. Some would cut themselves, and Paul exhorts not to deny it! But it's a shame for a woman to cut him, why should she keep her hair and use the head cover, he concludes. For it is in the introduction to the chapter in 1930 translation:

Paul loads the Corinthian women because they pride would not have a veil on the head when they pray or prophesy.

I am fully aware that the introduction, or chapter-list is not God's Word, but it gives us still a good guidance on what chapter contains.

It is very wrong to take one scripture out of the context and interpret it in conflict with the rest! The Bible is not a lot of simple cross, but coherent story and letter. Therefore, one can not interpret in conflict with the context, but in line with!

In the Christian church, the women always covered their heads in worship.
If you look at a picture from a church for approx. fifty years side, you will see women with covered heads. So it is with hair.
Fashion has long hair in different productions. In old pictures, you look far to find someone who is short clip. Short hair is of recent date and reflect the times we live in.


Cover is for the angels because subordinate the principle that all creation is sustained and regulated by the!

v. 10 Therefore the woman should have a pot under the safety signs on its head because of the angels. (Or rather, to angels and all the unseen spiritual world).

When we started the church Smyrna Oslo the first time in 1990, the ladies of the church to follow God's word here, and we experienced God's power and anointing that I have never known before or since in a church neither here in Norway or anywhere else in the world. We shall know the doctrine.

John 7.17: "The one who will do his will, shall know of the doctrine, or whether I have it from myself."

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