Correspondence: 1COR 14:34-37 and 1TI 2:8-12; JAM 5:14; 1COR 11:15;1JO 3:14

1 Corinthians 14:34-37; 1 Timothy 2:8-12; James 5:14; 1 Corinthians 11:15; 1 John 3:14
Answer: These portions teach us that it is the Lord’s will for women to keep silence in a public meeting of men and women. If subject to the Lord, they will obey these scriptures.
Answer: It fits in where a sick one believes he is chastened by the Lord for some faults, and desires godly fellowship and help in restoration.
Answer: The covering on the woman’s head is her acknowledgment before the Lord of her distinct place from the man in creation’s order. Figuratively, the man represents Christ; the woman represents the Church. The angels learn by each man or woman taking his or her place according to divine arrangement. (See verse 10.)
Answer: This verse tells us, love of the brethren is one of the traits of the new life, eternal life, which all God’s children have. Those who have it not, abide in death.