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The Great Bible 1539



21:1As he behelde, he sawe the ryche men, whych cast in their offeringes into the treasury.
21:2He sawe also a certyane poore wyddowe, whych cast in thyther two mytes.
21:3And he sayde: of a trueth I saye vnto you, that thys poore wyddow hath put in moare then they all.
21:4For they all haue of theyr superfluyte added vnto the offerynges of God: but she, of her penury hath cast in all the substaunce that she had.
21:5And vnto some that spake of the temple, how it was garnysshed with goodly stones and Iewels, he sayde.
21:6The dayes wyll come, in the which (of these thynges which ye se) there shall not be lefte one stone vpon another, that shall not be thorowen doune.
21:7And they asked hym sayinge: Master, when shall these thynges be, and what sygne wyll ther be when soch thynges come to passe?
21:8And he sayde: take hede, that ye be not deceaued. For many shall come in my name, and saye that they are Chryst: and the tyme draweth neare. Folowe ye not them therfore.
21:9But when ye heare of warres and sedicions, be not afrayed. For these thynges must first come to passe, but the ende foloweth not by and by.
21:10Then sayde he vnto them: Nacion shall ryse agaynst nacion, & kyngdome agaynst kyngdome,
21:11and greate erthquakes shalbe in all places, and honger, and pestilence, & fearfull thinges. And greate sygnes shall ther be from heauen.
21:12But before all these, they shall laye handes on you, and persecute you, delyuerynge you vp to the Synagoges & into presons, & shall bringe you vnto kynges & rulers for my names sake.
21:13And thys shall chaunce you for a testimoniall.
21:14Be at a sure point therfore in your hertes, not to study before, what ye shal answere:
21:15for I wyll geue you a mouth & wysdome, where agaynste, all your aduersaries shall not be able to speake nor resist.
21:16Moreouer ye shalbe betrayd of your fathers and mothers & brethren, & kynsfolke & frendes, and some of you shall they put to deeth.
21:17And hated shall ye be of all men for my names sake,
21:18& ther shall not one herre of youre head perysshe.
21:19Possesse ye youre soule by pacience.
21:20And when ye se Ierusalem beseged wyth an hoste, then be sure that the desolacyon, of the same is nye.
21:21Then let them which are in Iewrye, flye to the mountaynes. And let them whych are in the myddes of it, departe out. And let not them that are in other countreyes, enter therin.
21:22For these be the dayes of vengeaunce, that all thynges which are wrytten, maye be fulfylled.
21:23But wo vnto them that be with chylde, & to them that geue sucke in those dayes: for there shalbe greate trouble in the lande, and wrath ouer all this people.
21:24And they shall fall thorow the edge of the swearde, and shalbe ledd awaye captyue into all nacions. And Ierusalem shalbe troden downe of the gentyls, vntyll the tyme of the gentyls be fulfylled.
21:25And ther shalbe sygnes in the Sonne, and in the Moone, and in the starres: and in the erth the people shalbe at their wyttes ende, thorow dispayre. The see and the water shall roare,
21:26and mennes hertes shall fayle them for feare, and for lokynge after those thynges which shall come on the erth. For the powers of heauen shall moue.
21:27And then shall they se the sonne of man come in a cloude with power and greate glory.
21:28When these thynges begynne to come to passe: then loke vp, and lyfte vp youre heades, for youre redempcyon draweth nye.
21:29And he shewed them a symilitude: beholde the fygge tree, and all the trees,
21:30when they shoot forth their buddes, ye se and knowe of youre awne selues, that sommer is then nye at hand.
21:31So lykewyse ye also (when ye se these thynges come to passe) be sure, that the kyngdome of God is nye.
21:32Uerely I saye vnto you: this generacion shall not passe, tyll all be fulfylled.
21:33Heauen and erth shall passe: but my wordes shall not passe.
21:34Take hede to your selues, lest at anye tyme youre hertes be ouercome with surfettynge and dronkennes and cares of thys lyfe, and so the daye come vpon you vnwares.
21:35For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole erth.
21:36Watch ye therfore contynually, and praye, that ye maye escape all these thynges that shall come, and that ye maye stande before the sonne of man.
21:37In the daye tyme, he taught in the temple: and at nyght, he went out, and abode in the mount that is called Olyuete.
21:38And all the people came in the mornynge to hym in the temple, for to heare hym.
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."