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The Great Bible 1539

 

   

26:1And it came to passe, when Iesus had fynisshed all these sayinges he sayde vnto his discyples:
26:2ye knowe that after two dayes shalbe Easter, and the sonne of man shalbe delyuered ouer, to be crucifyed.
26:3Then assembled together the chefe prestes & the scrybes & the elders of the people vnto the palace of the hye preste, (whych was called Cayphas)
26:4and helde a counsell, that they myght take Iesus by suttelte, and kyll him.
26:5But they sayd: not on the holy daye, lest there be an vproure amonge the people.
26:6When Iesus was in Bethany, in the house of Simon the leper,
26:7ther came vnto him a woman hauyng an alabaster boxe of precious oyntment, and powred it on his heed, as he sate at the bourde.
26:8But when his disciples sawe it, they had indignacyon, sayinge. Wherto serueth this wast?
26:9This oyntment myght haue bene well solde, and geuen to the poore.
26:10When Iesus vnderstode that, he sayde vnto them: why trouble ye the wooman? For she hath wrought a good worcke vpon me.
26:11For ye haue the poore all wayes, with you: But me shal ye not haue alwayes.
26:12And in that she hath cast this oyntment on my bodye, she dyd it to burye me.
26:13Uerely I saye vnto you: wheresoeuer thys gospell shalbe preached in all the world, there shall also this that she hath done, be tolde for a memoriall of her.
26:14Then one of the twelue (which was called Iudas Iscarioth) went vnto the chefe prestes,
26:15and sayd vnto them: what will ye geue me, and I wyll delyuer him vnto you? And they apoynted vnto hym thyrty peces of syluer.
26:16And from that tyme forth, he sought oportunite to betraye him.
26:17The fyrst daye of swete breed, the disciples came to Iesus, sayinge vnto him: where wilt thou that we prepare for the, to eate the passeouer?
26:18And he sayd: go into the cytie, to soche a man, and saye vnto him, the master sayeth: my tyme is at hand, I will kepe myne Easter by the, wyth my disciples:
26:19And the disciples dyd as Iesus had apoynted them, and they made ready the passeouer.
26:20When the euen was come, he sate doune wyth the twelue.
26:21And as they dyd eate, he sayd: Uerely, I saye vnto you, that one of you shall betraye me.
26:22And they were exceadynge sorowfull, and beganne euery one of them to saye vnto him: Lord, is it I?
26:23He answered and sayde: he that dyppeth hys hande with me in the disshe, the same shall betraye me.
26:24The sonne of man truly goeth, as it is written of him: but wo vnto that man, by whom the sonne of man is betrayed. It had bene good for that man, if he had not bene borne.
26:25Then Iudas which betrayed him, answered, and sayd: master, is it I? He sayde vnto him: thou hast sayd.
26:26Whan they were eatyng, Iesus toke bread, and whan he had geuen thankes, he brake it, & gaue it to the disciples, & sayd: Take, eate, this is my body.
26:27And he toke the cup, & thanked, and gaue it them, sayinge: drincke ye all of this.
26:28For this is my bloud (which is of the new testament) that is shed for many, for the remissyon of synnes.
26:29But I saye vnto you: I will not dryncke hence forth of this frute of the vyne tree, vntyll that daye, when I shall drincke it newe with you in my fathers kyngdome.
26:30And when they had sayde grace, they went out vnto mount Oliuete.
26:31Then sayeth Iesus vnto them: all ye shalbe offended because of me this nyght. For it is wrytten: I will smyte the shepeherde, & the shepe of the flocke shalbe scattered abroade.
26:32But after I am rysen agayne, I will go before you into Galile.
26:33Peter answered, & sayde vnto him: though all men be offended because of the, yet will not I be offended.
26:34Iesus sayd vnto him: Uerely, I saye vnto the, that in this same myght, before the cocke crowe, thou shalt denye me thryse.
26:35Peter sayde vnto him. Yee, though I shuld dye with the, yet will I not denye the: Like wyse also sayde all the disciples.
26:36Then came Iesus wt them vnto a farme. place (which is called Gethsemane) and sayde vnto the disciples: syt ye here while I go and praye yonder.
26:37And he toke with him Peter and the two sonnes of Zebede, and began to wexe sorowfull and heuye.
26:38Then sayde Iesus vnto them: my soule his heuy, euen vnto the deeth. Tary ye here: and watche wt me.
26:39And he went a lytell farther, and fell flat on his face, and prayed, sayinge: O my father, yf it be possible, let this cuppe passe from me: neuerthelesse, not as I will, but as thou wilt.
26:40And he came vnto the disciples, & founde them aslepe, and sayeth vnto Peter: what, coulde ye not watch with me one houre:
26:41watche, and praye, that ye entre not into temptacyon. The sprete is willinge, but the fleshe is weake.
26:42He went awaye once agayne and prayed, sayinge, O my father, yf this cuppe maye not passe awaye from me, excepte I drincke of it, thy will be fulfylled.
26:43And he came, and founde them aslepe agayne. For their eyes were heuy.
26:44And he lefte them & went agayne, and prayed the thyrd tyme, sayinge the same wordes.
26:45Then commeth he to his disciples, and sayeth vnto them Slepe on now, and take youre rest. Beholde, the houre is at hande & the sonne of man is betrayed into the handes of synners.
26:46Ryse, let vs be goinge: beholde, he is at hande, that doth betraye me.
26:47Whil he yet spake: lo: Iudas one of the nombre of the twelue, came & with him a greate multitude, wt sweardes and staues, sent from the chefe prestes and elders of the people.
26:48But he that betrayed him gaue them a token, sayinge: whomsoeuer I kysse, that same is he, hold him fast.
26:49And forth with he came to Iesus, and sayde, hayle Master: and kyssed him.
26:50And Iesus sayde vnto him: frende, wherfore art thou come? Then came they, and layed handes on Iesus and toke him.
26:51And beholde, one of them whych were with Iesus, stretched out his hande, and drue his swearde, and stroke a seruaunt of the hye hye prestes, and smote of his eare.
26:52Then sayd Iesus vnto him: put vp thy swearde into his sheath. For All they that take the swearde, shall perishe with the swearde.
26:53Thinkest thou that I cannot now praye to my father, and he shall geue me more then twelue Legions of angels?
26:54But how then shall the scriptures be fulfylled? for this must it be.
26:55In that same houre sayde Iesus to the multitude: ye be come out as it were vnto a thefe, with swerdes and staues, for to take me. I sat daylie with you, teachinge in the temple, and ye toke me not.
26:56But all this is done, that the scriptures of the prophetes myght be fulfilled.
26:57Then all the disciples forsoke him, and fleed. And they toke Iesus, & led him to Cayphas the hye Preste, where the Scribes and the elders were assembled.
26:58But Peter folowed him a farre of, vnto the hye prestes palace: & went in, and sate with the seruauntes, to se the ende.
26:59The chefe Prestes and the elders, and all the councell, sought false witnes agaynst Iesus (for to put hym to deeth)
26:60but founde none: yee, when many false witnesses came, yet founde they none. At the last came two false witnesses,
26:61and sayde: This felowe sayde. I am able to destroye the temple of God, & to buylde it agayne in thre dayes.
26:62And the chefe preste arose, & sayd vnto him: answerest thou nothyng? Why do these beare wytnes against the?
26:63But Iesus helde hys peace. And the chefe preste answered and sayde vnto him: I charge the by the lyuinge God, that thou tell vs, whether thou be Christ the sonne of God.
26:64Iesus sayeth vnto hym, thou hast sayd. Neuerthelesse I saye vnto you here after shall ye se the sonne of man syttinge on the right hande of power, and commyng in the cloudes of the skye.
26:65Then the hye preste rent his clothes, sayinge: he hath spoken blasphemye. what nede we of eny moo witnesses? Beholde, now ye haue hearde his blasphemy:
26:66what thinke ye? They answered, and sayde: he is worthy to dye:
26:67Then dyd they spytt in his face, & buffeted him with fistes. And other smote him on hys face wyth the palme of their handes,
26:68sayinge: tell vs thou Christ, who is he that smote the?
26:69Peter sat with oute in the palace. And a damsell came to him, sayinge: Thou also wast with Iesus of Galile:
26:70but he denyed before them all, saying. I woot not what thou sayest.
26:71When he was gone out into the porche, a nother wenche sawe him, and sayde vnto them that were there: This felowe was also with Iesus of Nazareth.
26:72And agayne he denyed with an othe: (sayeng.) I do not knowe the man.
26:73And after a whyle, came vnto him they (that stode by) and sayde vnto Peter. surely thou art euen one of them, for thy speache be wrayeth the.
26:74Then beganne he to curse and to sweare, that he knewe not the man. And immediatly the cocke krew.
26:75And Peter remembred the worde of Iesu, which sayde vnto him: before the cocke crowe, thou shalt denye me thryse: and he went out, and wepte bytterly.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."