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The Great Bible 1539



17:1He sayde vnto the disciples: it cannot be: but offences wyll come. Neuerthelesse wo vnto hym thorow whom they come.
17:2It were better for him that a mylstone were hanged aboute his neck, and he cast into the see, then that he shulde offende one of these lytleons.
17:3Take hede to youre selues. If thy brother trespas agaynst the, rebuke hym:
17:4and yf he repent, forgeue hym. And though he synne agaynst the seuen tymes in a daye, and seuen tymes in a daye tourne agayne to the, sayinge: it repenteth me, thou shalt forgeue hym.
17:5And the Apostles sayde vnto the Lorde: increase oure fayth.
17:6And the Lorde sayde: yf ye had fayth lyke a grayne of mustarde sede, & shuld saye vnto this Sycamyne tree, plucke thy selfe vp by the rootes, and plant thy selfe in the see: it shulde obey you.
17:7Who is it of you; yf he had a seruaunte plowynge or fedynge catell, that wyll saye vnto hym when he commeth from the felde: Go quyckly, and syt downe to meat,
17:8& sayth not rather vnto him, dresse, wherwt I maye supp, & gyrde vp thy selfe, and serue me, tyll I haue eaten and droncken: and afterward, eate thou, and drincke thou?
17:9Doeth he thanke that seruaunt, because he dyd the thynges that were commaunded vnto him? I trowe not.
17:10So lyke wyse ye, when ye haue done all those thynges which are commaunded you, saye: we are vnprofitable seruauntes. We haue done that, which was oure duety to do.
17:11And it chaunsed as he went to Ierusalem, that he passed thorow Samaria and Galile,
17:12And as he entred into a certayne towne, ther met him ten men that were lepers. Which stode a farre of,
17:13and put forth theyr voyces and sayde: Iesu master, haue mercy on vs.
17:14When he sawe them he sayd vnto them: Go, shewe youre selues vnto the Prestes. And it came to passe, that as they went, they were clensed
17:15And one of them, when he sawe that he was clensed, turned backe agayne, & with a loude voyce praysed God,
17:16and fell doune on hys face at hys fete, and gaue hym thankes. And the same was a Samaritane.
17:17And Iesus answered, & sayde: are ther not ten clensed? But where are those nyne?
17:18Ther are not founde that returned agayne, to geue God prayse, saue only this straunger.
17:19And he sayd vnto him: aryse, go thy waye, thy fayth hath made the whoale.
17:20When he was demaunded of the Pharises, when the kyngdome of God shulde come, he answered them and sayd: The kyngdome of God shall not come with wayting for,
17:21nether shal they saye. Lo here, Or lo there: For beholde the kyngdome of God is within you.
17:22And he sayde vnto the disciples: the dayes wyll come, when ye shall desyre to se one daye of the sonne of man, and ye shall not se it.
17:23And they shall saye to you: Se here, Se there. Go not after them, nor folowe them:
17:24for as the lyghtenynge that apereth out of the one parte that is vnder heauen, & shyneth vnto the other parte which is vnder heauen, so shall the sonne of man be in hys dayes.
17:25But fyrst must he suffre many thynges & be refused of this nacion.
17:26And as it happened in the dayes of Noe: so shall it be also in the dayes of the sonne of man.
17:27They dyd eate & dryncke, they maryed wyues and were maried, euen vnto that same daye that Noe went into the Arke: and the floude cam, and destroyed them all.
17:28Lykewyse also as it chaunced in the dayes of Lot. They dyd eate, they drancke, they bought, they solde they planted, they buylded:
17:29But euen the same daye that Lot went out of Zodom, it rayned with fyre and brymstone from heauen, & destroyed them all.
17:30Euen thus, shall it be in the daye, when the sonne of man shall appere.
17:31At that daye he that is on the house topp, and his stuffe in the house: let him not come downe to take it out. And let not him that is in the felde, turne backe agayne to the thinges that he lefte behinde.
17:32Remember Lottes wyfe.
17:33Whosoeuer wyll go aboute to saue his lyfe, shal lose it: and whosoeuer shall lose his lyfe, shall saue it.
17:34I tell you: in that night ther shalbe two in one bed, the one shalbe receaued, the other shalbe forsaken:
17:35Two shalbe agryndynge together: the one shalbe receaued, and the other forsaken.
17:37And they answered, and sayd to him, where Lorde. He sayde vnto them: whersoeuer the body shalbe, thyther wyll also that Egles be gathered together.
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."