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1 Corinthians 10.29
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1 I don't want you to forget, dear brothers and sisters, what happened to our ancestors in the wilderness long ago. God guided all of them by sending a cloud that moved along ahead of them, and he brought them all safely through the waters of the sea on dry ground.
Exode 14.29, Néhémie 9.11-9.12, Psaumes 105.39, Psaumes 66.6, Psaumes 78.13-78.14, Nombres 14.14, Josué 4.23, 1 Corinthiens 14.38, Psaumes 136.13-136.15, Psaumes 114.3-114.5, Néhémie 9.19, Apocalypse 15.2-15.3, Jean 4.20, Hébreux 11.29, Galates 3.29, Esaïe 58.11-58.13, Nombres 9.15-9.22, Deutéronome 1.33, Exode 40.34, Exode 13.21-13.22, Psaumes 77.16-77.20, Psaumes 106.7-106.11, Romains 11.21, Psaumes 78.53, Romains 4.11, Nombres 33.8, 1 Corinthiens 12.1, Exode 14.19-14.22,
2 As followers of Moses, they were all baptized in the cloud and the sea.
Hébreux 3.2-3.3, Jean 9.28-9.29, Exode 14.31, Galates 3.27, 1 Corinthiens 1.13-1.16, Romains 6.3,
3 And all of them ate the same miraculous food,
Deutéronome 8.3, Néhémie 9.15, Néhémie 9.20, Exode 16.35, Psaumes 105.40, Exode 16.15, Exode 16.4, Jean 6.22-6.58, Psaumes 78.23-78.25,
4 and all of them drank the same miraculous water. For they all drank from the miraculous rock that traveled with them, and that rock was Christ.
Exode 17.6, Nombres 20.11, Psaumes 78.15, Hébreux 10.1, Galates 4.25, Daniel 2.38, Deutéronome 9.21, Matthieu 13.38-13.39, Matthieu 26.26-26.28, Jean 4.10, Psaumes 105.41, Esaïe 43.20, Psaumes 78.20, Esaïe 48.21, Ezéchiel 5.4-5.5, Jean 4.14, Jean 7.37, Colossiens 2.17, 1 Corinthiens 11.24-11.25, Apocalypse 22.17, Genèse 41.26, Genèse 40.12,
5 Yet after all this, God was not pleased with most of them, and he destroyed them in the wilderness.
Hébreux 3.17, Nombres 26.64-26.65, Jude 1.5, Nombres 14.28-14.35, Psaumes 106.26, Nombres 14.37, Deutéronome 2.15-2.16, Psaumes 95.11, Psaumes 90.1, Deutéronome 1.34-1.35, Psaumes 90.7-90.8, Psaumes 78.32-78.34, Nombres 14.11-14.12,
6 These events happened as a warning to us, so that we would not crave evil things as they did
Nombres 11.4, 1 Corinthiens 10.11, Psaumes 106.14-106.15, 2 Pierre 2.6, Psaumes 78.27-78.31, Hébreux 9.24, 1 Pierre 3.21, Sophonie 3.6-3.7, Jude 1.7, Nombres 11.31-11.34, Romains 5.14, Hébreux 4.11,
7 or worship idols as some of them did. For the Scriptures say, "The people celebrated with feasting and drinking, and they indulged themselves in pagan revelry."
Exode 32.6-32.8, Deutéronome 9.16-9.21, 1 Corinthiens 5.11, Exode 32.19, Deutéronome 9.12, Psaumes 106.19-106.20, Exode 32.17, Exode 32.4, 1 Corinthiens 8.7, 1 Jean 5.21, 1 Corinthiens 6.9, 1 Corinthiens 10.14, 1 Corinthiens 14.20-14.22,
8 And we must not engage in sexual immorality as some of them did, causing 23,000 of them to die in one day.
Nombres 25.1-25.9, 1 Corinthiens 6.18, Psaumes 106.29, 1 Corinthiens 6.9, Apocalypse 2.14,
9 Nor should we put Christ to the test, as some of them did and then died from snakebites.
Nombres 21.5-21.6, Exode 17.7, Exode 17.2, Psaumes 78.18, Psaumes 95.9, Psaumes 106.14, Psaumes 78.56, Hébreux 3.8-3.11, Deutéronome 6.16, Hébreux 10.28-10.30, Exode 23.20-23.21,
10 And don't grumble as some of them did, for that is why God sent his angel of death to destroy them.
2 Samuel 24.16, Exode 12.23, 1 Chroniques 21.15, Nombres 16.41, Hébreux 11.28, Nombres 14.2, Psaumes 106.25, Nombres 14.37, Philippiens 2.14, Nombres 16.46-16.49, Actes 12.23, Matthieu 13.39-13.42, Jude 1.16, Apocalypse 16.1, Nombres 14.27-14.30, Exode 15.24, 2 Thessaloniciens 1.7-1.8, Exode 16.2-16.9, 2 Chroniques 32.21, Exode 17.2-17.3,
11 All these events happened to them as examples for us. They were written down to warn us, who live at the time when this age is drawing to a close.
Romains 15.4, 1 Corinthiens 9.10, Romains 13.11, 1 Jean 2.18, Philippiens 4.5, 1 Corinthiens 7.29, Hébreux 10.37, Romains 4.23, Hébreux 10.25,
12 If you think you are standing strong, be careful, for you, too, may fall into the same sin.
Romains 11.20, Matthieu 26.40-26.41, Matthieu 26.33-26.34, Apocalypse 3.17-3.18, Proverbes 16.18, 2 Pierre 3.17, 1 Corinthiens 4.6-4.8, Proverbes 28.14, 1 Corinthiens 8.2,
13 But remember that the temptations that come into your life are no different from what others experience. And God is faithful. He will keep the temptation from becoming so strong that you can't stand up against it. When you are tempted, he will show you a way out so that you will not give in to it.
2 Timothée 4.18, 2 Pierre 2.9, Luc 22.46, 1 Pierre 5.8-5.9, Ephésiens 6.12-6.13, 1 Thessaloniciens 5.24, Hébreux 12.4, Daniel 3.17, Romains 8.28-8.39, Apocalypse 3.10, 2 Thessaloniciens 3.3, Apocalypse 2.10, Matthieu 24.21-24.24, Jean 10.28-10.30, Jacques 5.10-5.11, 1 Pierre 1.5-1.7, 2 Corinthiens 12.8-12.10, 1 Corinthiens 1.9, 1 Pierre 4.19, 1 Jean 1.9, Esaïe 11.5, Esaïe 25.1, Deutéronome 7.9, 2 Timothée 2.11-2.13, Hébreux 11.11, Hébreux 10.23, Jérémie 29.11, Lamentations 3.23, Genèse 19.20-19.21, Exode 3.17, Esaïe 49.7, 2 Corinthiens 11.23-11.28, 2 Corinthiens 1.10, Psaumes 125.3, Hébreux 6.18, Jérémie 12.5, Luc 16.26, Psaumes 124.7, Psaumes 36.5, Psaumes 89.33, Luc 22.31-22.32, Hébreux 11.35-11.38, Apocalypse 19.11, Osée 2.20, Actes 27.44, Luc 11.4,
14 So, my dear friends, flee from the worship of idols.
1 Corinthiens 10.7, 1 Jean 5.21, Apocalypse 22.15, Apocalypse 21.8, Romains 12.19, Apocalypse 13.8, Apocalypse 2.14, 1 Pierre 2.11, 2 Corinthiens 7.1, 2 Corinthiens 12.15, 2 Corinthiens 6.17, 2 Corinthiens 11.11, 1 Corinthiens 10.20-10.21, Philippiens 4.1, Philémon 1.1, 2 Corinthiens 12.19,
15 You are reasonable people. Decide for yourselves if what I am about to say is true.
1 Corinthiens 8.1, 1 Thessaloniciens 5.21, 1 Corinthiens 6.5, Job 34.2-34.3, 1 Corinthiens 11.13, 1 Corinthiens 4.10, 1 Corinthiens 14.20,
16 When we bless the cup at the Lord's Table, aren't we sharing in the benefits of the blood of Christ? And when we break the loaf of bread, aren't we sharing in the benefits of the body of Christ?
Matthieu 26.26-26.28, Actes 2.42, Actes 20.7, Luc 22.19-22.20, 1 Jean 1.7, 1 Corinthiens 12.13, 1 Jean 1.3, 1 Corinthiens 10.20-10.21, Jean 6.53-6.58, Actes 20.11, 1 Corinthiens 1.9, Actes 2.46, Marc 14.22-14.25, 1 Corinthiens 11.23-11.29, Hébreux 3.14,
17 And we all eat from one loaf, showing that we are one body.
Romains 12.5, 1 Corinthiens 12.27, 1 Corinthiens 12.12, Colossiens 3.15, Colossiens 3.11, Galates 3.26-3.28, Ephésiens 4.16, 1 Corinthiens 10.3-10.4, Ephésiens 4.4, Ephésiens 4.12-4.13, Ephésiens 3.6, Ephésiens 1.22-1.23, Colossiens 2.19, 1 Corinthiens 10.21, 1 Corinthiens 11.26-11.28, Ephésiens 4.25, Ephésiens 2.15-2.16,
18 And think about the nation of Israel; all who eat the sacrifices are united by that act.
Romains 4.1, Lévitique 3.3-3.5, Ephésiens 2.11-2.12, 2 Corinthiens 11.18-11.22, Galates 6.16, 1 Corinthiens 9.13, Lévitique 3.11, Romains 4.12, Philippiens 3.3-3.5, 1 Samuel 9.12-9.13, Lévitique 7.6, Lévitique 7.11-7.17, 1 Samuel 2.13-2.16, Romains 1.3, Romains 9.3-9.8,
19 What am I trying to say? Am I saying that the idols to whom the pagans bring sacrifices are real gods and that these sacrifices are of some value?
1 Corinthiens 8.4, 1 Corinthiens 1.28, Esaïe 41.29, Esaïe 40.17, 1 Corinthiens 3.7, 2 Corinthiens 12.11, 1 Corinthiens 13.2, Deutéronome 32.21,
20 No, not at all. What I am saying is that these sacrifices are offered to demons, not to God. And I don't want any of you to be partners with demons.
Apocalypse 9.20, 2 Corinthiens 4.4, Psaumes 106.37-106.39, 2 Chroniques 11.15, Deutéronome 32.16-32.17, Lévitique 17.7,
21 You cannot drink from the cup of the Lord and from the cup of demons, too. You cannot eat at the Lord's Table and at the table of demons, too.
Matthieu 6.24, Esaïe 65.11, 1 Rois 18.21, 1 Corinthiens 8.10, Deutéronome 32.37-32.38, 2 Corinthiens 6.15-6.17, 1 Corinthiens 10.16,
22 What? Do you dare to rouse the Lord's jealousy as Israel did? Do you think we are stronger than he is?
Deutéronome 32.21, Ecclésiaste 6.10, Ezéchiel 22.14, Deutéronome 32.16, Deutéronome 6.15, Hébreux 10.31, Sophonie 1.18, Job 9.4, Deutéronome 4.24, Esaïe 45.9, Exode 20.5, Exode 34.14, Job 40.9-40.14, Psaumes 78.58, Josué 24.19,
23 You say, "I am allowed to do anything"— but not everything is helpful. You say, "I am allowed to do anything"— but not everything is beneficial.
1 Corinthiens 6.12, 1 Corinthiens 8.9, Ephésiens 4.29, 1 Corinthiens 14.17, 1 Corinthiens 14.26, 2 Corinthiens 12.19, 1 Corinthiens 8.1, Romains 14.15, 1 Corinthiens 14.12, Romains 15.1-15.2, Romains 14.19-14.20, 1 Thessaloniciens 5.11, 1 Corinthiens 14.3-14.5, 1 Timothée 1.4,
24 Don't think only of your own good. Think of other Christians and what is best for them.
1 Corinthiens 13.5, Philippiens 2.21, 1 Corinthiens 10.33, Philippiens 2.4-2.5, 1 Corinthiens 9.19-9.23, Romains 15.1-15.2, 2 Corinthiens 12.14,
25 Here's what you should do. You may eat any meat that is sold in the marketplace. Don't ask whether or not it was offered to idols, and then your conscience won't be bothered.
1 Corinthiens 8.7, 1 Timothée 4.4, Actes 10.15, Romains 14.14, Tite 1.15, Romains 13.5, 1 Corinthiens 10.27-10.29,
26 For "the earth is the Lord's, and everything in it."
Psaumes 24.1, Psaumes 50.12, Exode 19.5, Job 41.11, Deutéronome 10.14, 1 Corinthiens 10.28, 1 Timothée 6.17,
27 If someone who isn't a Christian asks you home for dinner, go ahead; accept the invitation if you want to. Eat whatever is offered to you and don't ask any questions about it. Your conscience should not be bothered by this.
Luc 19.7, 2 Corinthiens 1.13, 1 Corinthiens 10.25, 1 Corinthiens 5.9-5.11, 2 Corinthiens 5.11, 2 Corinthiens 4.2, Luc 5.29-5.30, Luc 15.23, Luc 10.7-10.8,
28 But suppose someone warns you that this meat has been offered to an idol. Don't eat it, out of consideration for the conscience of the one who told you.
1 Corinthiens 10.26, Deutéronome 10.14, Psaumes 115.16, 1 Corinthiens 8.10-8.13, Exode 9.29, Psaumes 24.1, Jérémie 27.5-27.6, 1 Corinthiens 8.7, Matthieu 6.31-6.32, Romains 14.15,
29 It might not be a matter of conscience for you, but it is for the other person. Now, why should my freedom be limited by what someone else thinks?
1 Corinthiens 9.19, 1 Thessaloniciens 5.22, 1 Corinthiens 10.32, Romains 14.15-14.21, 2 Corinthiens 8.21, 1 Corinthiens 8.9-8.13,
30 If I can thank God for the food and enjoy it, why should I be condemned for eating it?
Romains 14.6, 1 Timothée 4.3-4.4,
31 Whatever you eat or drink or whatever you do, you must do all for the glory of God.
Colossiens 3.17, Colossiens 3.23, 1 Pierre 4.11, Luc 11.41, Deutéronome 12.18, Deutéronome 12.7, Deutéronome 12.12, Néhémie 8.16-8.18, Zacharie 7.5-7.6,
32 Don't give offense to Jews or Gentiles or the church of God.
Actes 20.28, 1 Corinthiens 8.13, Romains 14.13, 1 Timothée 3.5, 2 Corinthiens 6.3, 1 Timothée 3.15, 1 Corinthiens 11.22, Philippiens 1.10, 1 Corinthiens 10.33, Actes 24.16,
33 That is the plan I follow, too. I try to please everyone in everything I do. I don't just do what I like or what is best for me, but what is best for them so they may be saved.
1 Corinthiens 10.24, Galates 1.10, 1 Corinthiens 9.19-9.23, 2 Corinthiens 11.28-11.29, Romains 11.14, Romains 15.2-15.3, 2 Corinthiens 12.19,

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