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The Great Bible 1539



11:1And when they came nye to Ierusalem vnto Betphage & Bethanie, besydes mount Olyuete, he sendeth forth two of hys discyples,
11:2and sayeth vnto them: Go youre waye into the toune, that is ouer agaynst you. And as sone as ye be entred into it: ye shall fynde a colte bounde, wheron neuer man sate: lose hym, and brynge hym hither.
11:3And yf eny man saye vnto you: why do ye so? Saye ye, that the Lorde hath neade of hym: and streyght waye he wyll sende hym hyther.
11:4And they went theyr waye, and found the colte tyed by the dore wythout in a place wher two wayes met, & they losed hym.
11:5And dyuers of them that stode there, sayde vnto them: what do ye, losynge the colte?
11:6And they sayde vnto them, euen as Iesus had commaunded. And they let them go.
11:7And they brought the colte to Iesus and cast theyr garmentes on hym: and he sate vpon hym.
11:8And many sprede theyr garmentes in the waye. Other cut downe braunches of the trees, and strawed them in the waye.
11:9And they that went before and they that folowed: cryed, saying. Hosanna: blessed is he that commeth in the name of the Lorde.
11:10Blessed be the kyngdome, that commeth in the name of hym that is Lorde of oure father Dauid: Hosanna in the hyest
11:11And the Lorde entred into Ierusalem and into the temple. And when he had loked round about vpon all thynges, and now the euen tyde was come, he went out vnto Bethany wyth the twelue.
11:12And on the morow when they were come out from Bethany, he hungred.
11:13And whan he had spyed a fyg tree a farre of, hauynge leaues, he came to se, yf he myght fynde eny thynge theron. And when he came to it, he founde nothynge but leaues: for the tyme of fygges was not yet.
11:14And Iesus answered, and sayde vnto the fygg tre: neuer man eate frute of the here after whyll the worlde standeth. And hys discyples hearde it.
11:15And they came to Ierusalem. And Iesus went into the temple, & beganne to cast out them that solde and bought in the temple, and ouer threwe the tables of the money chaungers, & the stoles of them that solde doues:
11:16and wolde not suffre, that eny man shuld carye a vessel thorow the temple.
11:17And he taught, sayinge vnto them: is it not wrytten: my house shalbe called the house of prayer vnto all nacyons? But ye haue made it a denne of theues.
11:18And the Scrybes and hye prestes hearde it, and sought howe to destroye hym. For they feared hym, because all the people marueled at hys doctryne.
11:19And when euen was come, Iesus went out of the cytie.
11:20And in the morninge as they passed by, they sawe the fygge tree dryed vp by the rotes.
11:21And Peter remembred, and sayde vnto him: master, beholde, the fygg tree whych thou cursedst, is wyddred awaye.
11:22And Iesus answered and sayde vnto them: haue confydens in God.
11:23Uerely I saye vnto you, that whosoeuer shall saye vnto thys mountayne: remoue, and cast thy selfe into the see, and shall not doute in hys herte, but shall beleue that those thinges which he sayeth shal come to passe, whatsoeuer he sayeth he shall haue.
11:24Therfore I saye vnto you, what thinges soeuer ye desyre when ye praye, beleue that ye receaue them, and ye shall haue them.
11:25And when ye stand & praye, forgeue, yf ye haue ought agaynst eny man, that youre father also whych is in heauen, maye forgeue you youre trespasses.
11:27And they came agayne to Ierusalem. And as he walked in the temple, ther came to him the hye Prestes, & the Scrybes, & the elders,
11:28and saye vnto hym: by what auctorite doest thou these thynges? and who gaue the thys auctorite, to do these thynges?
11:29Iesus answered, and sayd vnto them: I wyll also aske of of you a certayne thynge & answere ye me, & I will tell you by what auctorite I do these thinges.
11:30The baptime of Iohn, whether was it from heauen or of men? Answer me.
11:31And they thought in them selues, sayinge: yf we saye, from heauen: he wyll saye why then did ye not beleue hym?
11:32but yf they had sayd, of men, they feared the people. For all men counted Iohn, that he was a verye Prophete.
11:33And they answered & sayd vnto Iesu: we cannot tell. And Iesus answered, and sayd vnto them: nether will I tell you by what auctorite I do these thinges.
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."