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Bishops Bible 1568



15:1I am the true vine, and my father is the husbandman.
15:2Euery braunche that beareth not fruite in me, he will take away: And euery braunche that beareth fruite wyll he pourge, that it may bryng foorth more fruite.
15:3Nowe are ye cleane through the worde which I haue spoken vnto you.
15:4Byde in me, and I in you. As the braunche can not beare fruite of it selfe, except it byde in the vine: no more can ye, except ye abyde in me.
15:5I am the vine, ye are the braunches. He that abydeth in me, and I in hym, the same bryngeth foorth much fruite: For without me can ye do nothyng.
15:6Yf a man byde not in me, he is cast foorth as a braunch, and withereth, and men gather them, and cast them into the fyre, and they burne.
15:7Yf ye byde in me, and my wordes abyde in you, aske what ye wyll, and it shalbe done for you.
15:8Herein is my father glorified: that ye beare much fruite, and become my disciples.
15:9As the father hath loued me, euen so haue I loued you: Continue ye in my loue.
15:10Yf ye kepe my commaundementes, ye shall abyde in my loue, euen as I haue kept my fathers commaundementes, and abyde in his loue.
15:11These thynges haue I spoken vnto you, that my ioy might remayne in you, and that your ioy myght be full.
15:12This is my commaundement, that ye loue together, as I haue loued you.
15:13Greater loue hath no man, then this: yt a man bestowe his life for his frendes.
15:14Ye are my frendes, yf ye do whatsoeuer I commaunde you.
15:15Hencefoorth call I you not seruautes: for the seruaunt knoweth not what his Lorde doeth. But you haue I called frendes, for all thynges that I haue hearde of my father, haue I made knowen to you.
15:16Ye haue not chosen me, but I haue chosen you, and ordayned you, to go, and bryng foorth fruite, and that your fruite shoulde remayne, that whatsoeuer ye aske of the father in my name, he may geue it you.
15:17This commaunde I you, that ye loue together.
15:18Yf the worlde hate you, ye knowe that it hated me before it hated you.
15:19If ye were of the worlde, the worlde would loue his owne: Howbeit, because ye are not of the worlde, but I haue chosen you out of the worlde: therfore the worlde hateth you.
15:20Remember the worde that I sayde vnto you: the seruaunt is not greater then the Lorde. If they haue persecuted me, they wyll also persecute you. If they haue kept my saying, they wyll kepe yours also.
15:21But all these thynges wyll they do vnto you for my names sake, because they haue not knowe hym that sent me.
15:22Yf I had not come and spoken vnto them, they shoulde haue had no sinne: but nowe haue they nothyng to cloke their sinne withall.
15:23He that hateth me, hateth my father also.
15:24Yf I had not done among them, the workes which none other man dyd, they shoulde haue had no sinne. But nowe haue they both seene, and hated not only me, but also my father,
15:25But [this commeth to passe,] that the worde myght be fulfylled, that is written in their lawe: They hated me without a cause.
15:26But when the comforter is come, whom I wyl sende vnto you from the father, euen the spirite of trueth, which proceadeth of the father, he shall testifie of me.
15:27And ye shall beare witnesse also, because ye haue ben with me from the begynnyng.
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.