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The Great Bible 1539



20:1And it fortuned in one of those dayes (as he taught the people in the temple and preached the gospell) the hye Prestes and the Sribes came together wyth the elders,
20:2& spake vnto him sayinge: Tell vs: by what auctorite doest thou these thynges? Ether who is he, that gaue the thys auctorite?
20:3Iesus answered & sayd vnto them: I also will aske you one thyng, & answer me.
20:4The baptyme of Iohn: was it from heauen or of men?
20:5And they thought wyth in them selues sayinge: yf we saye from heauen, he will saye: why then beleued ye hym not?
20:6But & yf we saye: of men, all the people wyll stone vs. For they be perswaded, that Iohn is a Prophete.
20:7And they answered, that they coulde not tell whence it was.
20:8And Iesus sayd vnto them: nether tell I you, by what auctoryte I do these thynges.
20:9Then beganne he to put forth to the people thys parable: A certayne man planted a vyneyarde, and let it forth to husband men, and went hym selfe into a straunge countre for a greate season.
20:10And when the tyme was come, he sent a seruaunt to the husband men, that they shulde geue hym of the frute of the vineyarde. And they bet hym, and sent hym, awaye emptye.
20:11And agayne, he sent yet another seruaunt. And hym they dyd beat, and entreated hym shamefully, and sent hym awaye emptye.
20:12Agayne, he sent the thyrde also, and hym they wounded, and cast hym out.
20:13Then sayd the Lord of the vineyarde: what shall I do? I wyll sende my deare sonne: peraduenture they will stande in awe of him, when they se hym.
20:14But when the husbandmen sawe hym, they thought within them selues, sayinge: this is the heyre, come, let vs kyll hym, that the enheritaunce maye be oures.
20:15And they cast him out of the vineyarde, & kylled him. What shall the Lord of the vineiarde therfore do vnto them?
20:16He shall come, & destroye these husbandmen, & shall let out hys vineyarde to other. When they hearde thys, they sayde: God forbyd.
20:17And he behelde them, and sayde: what is thys then that is wrytten: the stone that the buylders refused, the same is become the heed of the corner?
20:18Whosoeuer doth stomble vpon the stone, shalbe broken: but on whosoeuer it falleth, it wyll grynde him to powder.
20:19And the hye prestes and the Scrybes the same houre went about to laye handes on hym, and they feared the people. For they perceaued that he had spoken thys symilitude agaynst them.
20:20And they watched hym, & sent forth spies, which shuld fayne them selues ryghteous men, to take him in hys wordes, and to delyuer him vnto the power & auctorite of the debyte.
20:21And they asked hym, saying: Master, we knowe that thou sayest and teachest ryght, nether consyderest thou the outward appearaunce of eny man, but teachest the waye of God truly.
20:22Is it laufull for vs to geue trybute vnto Cesar, or no?
20:23He perceaued theyr craftines, and sayde vnto them: why tempt ye me?
20:24Shewe me a peny. Whose ymage & superscripcion hath it? They answered and sayde: Cesars.
20:25And he sayde vnto them: geue then vnto Cesar, the thynges whych belonge vnto Cesar: & to God the thynges that pertayne vnto God.
20:26And they coulde not reproue his sayinge before the people: & they maruayled at his answer, and helde their peace.
20:27Then came to hym certayne of the Saduces, which denye that ther is eny resurreccion. And they asked him
20:28sayinge: Master, Moses wrote vnto vs, yf eny mannes brother dye hauing a wyfe, & he dye without chyldren, that then hys brother shulde take hys wyfe, and rayse vp seede vnto hys brother.
20:29Ther were therfore seuen brethren, and the fyrste toke a wyfe, & dyed without chyldren.
20:30And the seconde toke her, and he dyed chyldelesse.
20:31And the thyrde toke her: and in lykewise the residue of the seuen, and left no chyldren behynde them, and dyed.
20:32Last of all the woman dyed also.
20:33Now in the resurreccion, whose wyfe of them shall she be? For seuen had her to wyfe.
20:34Iesus answered and sayd vnto them. The chyldren of this worlde mary wyues, and are maryed:
20:35but they whych shalbe counted worthy of that worlde and the resurreccion from the deed, do not mary wyues, nether are maryed,
20:36nor yet can dye eny more, For they are equall vnto the angels, and are the sonnes of God, in as moch as they are chyldren of the resurreccion.
20:37And that the deed shall ryse agayne: Moses also sheweth besides the busshe, when he calleth: the Lord, the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Iacob.
20:38For he is not a God of deed, but of lyuynge. For all lyue vnto him.
20:39Then certayne of the Pharises answered, annd sayd: Master, thou hast wel sayd.
20:40And after that durst they not aske him eny question at all.
20:41And he sayde vnto them: how saye they that Chryst is Dauids sonne?
20:42And Dauid him selfe sayeth in the boke of the Psalmes: The Lorde sayde vnto my Lorde: syt thou on my ryght hande,
20:43tyll I make thyne enemyes thy fote stole.
20:44Dauid therfore calleth hym Lord: and how is he then hys sonne?
20:45Then in the audyence of all the people, he sayde vnto his disciples:
20:46beware of the Scribes, whych wyll go in longe clothynge: & loue gretynges in the markets, and the hyest seates in the synagoges, and the chefe rowmes at feastes,
20:47whych deuoure wyddowes houses, faynyng longe prayers: the same shall receaue greater dampnacyon.
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."