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The Great Bible 1539



13:1And as he went of the temple, one of his discyples sayde vnto hym: Master, se what stones, and what byldynges are here.
13:2And Iesus answered and sayde vnto hym: Seest thou these greate buyldynges? There shall not be lefte one stone vpon another, that shall not be throwen downe.
13:3And as he sate on mounte Olyuete, ouer agaynst the temple, Peter, and Iames, and Iohn, and Andrew, asked hym secretly:
13:4tell vs, when shal these thynges be? And what is the sygne when all these thynges shalbe fulfylled?
13:5And Iesus answered them, and began to saye: take hede, lest any man deceaue you.
13:6For many shall come in my name sayinge: I am Chryst, and shall deceaue many.
13:7When ye shall heare of warres, and tydinges of warres, be ye not troubled. For soch thynges must nedes be? But the ende is not yet.
13:8For ther shall nacyon aryse agaynste nacyon, and kyngdome agaynste kyngdome. And ther shalbe erth quakes in all quarters, and famyshment shall ther be, and troubles. These are the begynnynge of sorowes.
13:9But take ye hede to youre selues. For they shall brynge you vp to the counsels, and into the synagoges, and ye shalbe beaten: yee, and shalbe brought before rulers and kinges for my sake, for a testimoniall vnto them.
13:10And the Gospell must fyrste be publyshed amonge all nacyons.
13:11But when they leade you and present you, take ye no thought, nether ymagin aforehande what ye shall saye: but what soeuer is geuen you in the same houre, that speake. For it is not ye that speake, but the holy ghost.
13:12The brother shall delyuer vp the brother to deeth, and the father the sonne: and the chyldren shall ryse agaynste theyr fathers & mothers, and shall put them to deeth.
13:13And ye shall be hated of all men for my names sake. But whoso endureth vnto the ende, the same shalbe safe.
13:14Moreouer, when ye se the abhominacion of desolacion (wherof is spoken by Daniel the prophet) stand where it ought not: let hym that readeth vnderstand. Then lett them that be in Iurye, flye to the mountaynes.
13:15And let hym that is on the house toppe, not go downe into the house, nether entre therin, to fetch eny thing out of his house.
13:16And let him that is in the felde, not tourne backe agayne vnto the thinges which he left behynde him, for to take his clothes with him.
13:17Wo shall be then to them that are with chylde, and to them that geue sucke in those dayes.
13:18But praye ye that youre flyght be not in the winter.
13:19For ther shalbe in those dayes suche tribulacion, as was not from the begynnyng of creatures (which God created) vnto this tyme, nether shalbe.
13:20And excepte that the Lord shuld shorten those dayes no flesshe shulde be saued. But for the electes sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened those dayes.
13:21And then, yf eny man saye to you, lo here is Christ: lo, he is there, beleue not.
13:22For false Christes & false prophetes shall ryse, & shall shewe myracles & wondres, to deceaue yf it were possible, euen the electe.
13:23But take ye hede: behold, I haue shewed you all thinges before.
13:24Moreouer, in those dayes, after that tribulacion, the sonne shall wexe darke, and the mone shal not geue her light,
13:25& the starres of heauen shall fall: & the powers whych are in heauen, shall moue:
13:26And then shall they se the sonne of man commynge in the cloudes, wt greate power & glory.
13:27And then shall he sende hys angels, & shall gather together his electe from the fowre wyndes, from the ende of the erthe, to the vttemost parte of heauen.
13:28Learne a symilitude of the fygge tree. When his braunche is yet tender, and hath brought forth leaues, ye knowe, that sommer is neare.
13:29So ye in lyke maner: when ye se these thynges come to passe: vnderstand, that he is nye euen at the dores.
13:30Uerely I saye vnto you, that thys generacion shall not passe, tyll these thinges de done.
13:31Heauen and erth shall passe, but my wordes shall not passe;
13:32But of that daye & tyme knoweth no man: no not the Angels which are in heauen: nether the sonne him selfe: saue the father only.
13:33Take hede, watche & praye, for ye knowe not when the tyme is
13:34As a man which is gone into a straunge contrey, and hath lefte his house, and geuen his substaunce to his seruauntes, and to euery man his worke, and commaunded the porter to watche.
13:35Watche ye therfore, for ye knowe not when the master of the house will come, at euen, or at mydnyght, whether at the cocke crowyng, or in the dawnynge:
13:36lest yf he come sodenly, he finde you slepynge.
13:37And that I saye vnto you, I saye vnto all watche.
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."