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1 Corinthians 14:28
But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church, and let him speak to himself and to God.
but if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church; and let him speak to himself, and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, the one [who wishes to speak in a tongue] must keep silent in church; let him speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no one to do the interpreting, let each of them keep still in church and talk to himself and to God.
But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church; and let him speak to himself, and to God.
However, if there is no interpreter, then they should keep quiet in the meeting. They should speak privately to themselves and to God.
And if there is no one present who can interpret, let the people who speak in tongues keep silent when the congregation meets — they can speak to themselves and to God.
If no one can explain, you must keep silent in church and speak only to yourself and to God.
but if there be no interpreter, let him be silent in [the] assembly, and let him speak to himself and to God.
But if  there is no interpreter, let him be silent in church. And let him speak to himself  and to God.
But if there be no interpreter, let him hold his peace in the church, and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, then anyone who speaks in a different language should be quiet in the church meeting. They should speak only to themselves and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silent in church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silent in church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, then they should ·be quiet [remain silent] in the church meeting. They should speak only to themselves and to God.
But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the Church, which speaketh languages, and let him speak to himself, and to God.
But if an interpreter isn’t present, those people should remain silent in church. They should only speak to themselves and to God.
But if no one is there who can explain, then the one who speaks in strange tongues must be quiet and speak only to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, that person should keep silent in the church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, then anyone who speaks in a different language should be quiet in the church meeting. He should speak only to himself and to God.
If an interpreter is not present, the speaker should remain silent in the church and speak to himself and God.
If the question of speaking with a “tongue” arises, confine the speaking to two or three at the most and have someone to interpret what is said. If you have no interpreter then let the speaker with a “tongue” keep silent in the church and speak only to himself and God.
But if there is no interpreter, let him keep silence in the congregation, and let him speak to himself and to God.
But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church; and let him speak to himself, and to God.
But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church; and let him speak to himself, and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, he must be silent in the church, but let him speak to himself and to God.
But if no one is present who can interpret, they must not speak out loud. They must talk silently to themselves and to God in the unknown language but not publicly.
So here’s what I want you to do. When you gather for worship, each one of you be prepared with something that will be useful for all: Sing a hymn, teach a lesson, tell a story, lead a prayer, provide an insight. If prayers are offered in tongues, two or three’s the limit, and then only if someone is present who can interpret what you’re saying. Otherwise, keep it between God and yourself. And no more than two or three speakers at a meeting, with the rest of you listening and taking it to heart. Take your turn, no one person taking over. Then each speaker gets a chance to say something special from God, and you all learn from each other. If you choose to speak, you’re also responsible for how and when you speak. When we worship the right way, God doesn’t stir us up into confusion; he brings us into harmony. This goes for all the churches—no exceptions.
But if there is no interpreter, let him remain silent in the church, and let him speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no one who can interpret, the speaker should remain silent in church and speak to himself and to God.
But if an interpreter isn’t present, those people should remain silent in church. They should only speak to themselves and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, the person should keep silent in the church and speak to himself and to God.
but if there is no interpreter, he must keep silent in the church; and let him speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, then those who speak in a different language should be quiet in the church meeting. They should speak only to themselves and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, he should be silent in the church. Let him speak to himself and to God.
If there is no one to explain, the person speaking should keep quiet in the church. They can speak to themselves and to God.
If there is no interpreter, the speaker should keep quiet in the church and speak to himself and to God.
If there is no interpreter, the speaker should keep quiet in the church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, let him keep silent in church, and let him speak to himself and to God.
If no one is there who can tell the meaning of the special sounds, he should not speak in the church. He should speak only to himself and to God.
But if no one is present who can interpret, they must be silent in your church meeting and speak in tongues to God privately.
But if there is no one to interpret, let them be silent in church and speak to themselves and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let them be silent in church and speak to themselves and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let them be silent in church and speak to themselves and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let them be silent in church and speak to themselves and to God.
But if there is no one to give the pitron, let the one with the lashon (tongue) be silent in the kehillah and let him instead speak to himself and to Hashem.
But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silence in church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silence in church and speak to himself and to God.
But if there is no interpreter, let him keep silent in the community but speak to himself and to God.
If there is not an interpreter present, then the one should stay silent during the gathering, speaking only to himself and God.
But if there is no interpreter, let him keep silent in the assembly, and let him speak to himself, and to God.
But if there is no one to tell the meaning, a person must not talk in a tongue of a different language in the church meeting. He should talk to himself and to God.
But if there be not an interpreter, be he still in the church, and speak he to himself and to God.
and if there may be no interpreter, let him be silent in an assembly, and to himself let him speak, and to God.
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