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The Great Bible 1539



22:1The feast of swete breed drue nye, which is called Easter,
22:2and the hye Prestes, and Scrybes sought how they myght kyll him, for they feared the people.
22:3Then entred Satan into Iudas, whose syr name was Iscarioth (which was of the nombre of the twelue)
22:4and he went his waye and communed with the hye prestes and officers, how he myght betraye him to them.
22:5And they were glad & promysed to geue hym money.
22:6And he consented, and sought oportunyte to betraye hym vnto them, when the people were awaye.
22:7Then came the daye of swete breed, when of necessyte Passeouer must be offered.
22:8And he sent Peter & Iohn, sayinge: go & prepare vs the Passeouer, that we maye eate.
22:9They sayde vnto him. Where wilt thou, that we prepare?
22:10And he sayd vnto them: Beholde, when ye entre into the cytie, ther shall a man mete you, bearynge a pytcher of water, him folowe into the same house that he entreth in,
22:11and ye shall saye vnto the good man of the house: The master sayeth vnto the: where is the gest chamber, where I shall eate Passeouer wt my disciples?
22:12And he shall shewe you a greate parloure paued. Ther make ready.
22:13And they went and founde as he had sayd vnto them, and they made ready the Passeouer.
22:14And when the houre was come, he sate downe, & the .xij. Apostles wyth hym.
22:15And he sayde vnto them: I haue inwardly desyred to eate thys Passeouer wyth you, before that I suffre.
22:16For I saye vnto you: hence forth I wyll not eate of it eny more, vntyll it be fulfilled in the kyngdome of God.
22:17And he toke the cup, and gaue thankes, and sayd: Take thys, and deuyde it amonge you.
22:18For I saye vnto you: I wyll not dryncke of the frute of the vyne, vntyll the kyngdome of God come.
22:19And he toke breed, and whan he had geuen thankes, he brake it, and gaue vnto them, sayinge: Thys is my body, whych is geuen for you. Thys do, in the remembraunce of me.
22:20Lykewyse also, when he had supped, he toke the cup, sayinge: Thys cup is the new testament in my bloude, whych is shedd for you.
22:21Yet beholde, the hande of hym that betrayeth me, is wyth me on the table.
22:22And trulye the sonne of man goeth, as it is apoynted: But wo vnto that man, by whom he is betrayed.
22:23And they began to enquyre amonge them selues, whych of them it was, that shulde do it.
22:24And ther was a stryfe amonge them, whych of them shuld seme to be the greatest.
22:25And he sayde vnto them: the kynges of nacyons raygne ouer them: and they that haue auctoryte vpon them, are called gracious lordes.
22:26But ye shall not be so. But he that is greatest amonge you, shalbe as the younger: and he that is chefe, shalbe as he that doth mynister.
22:27For whether is greater, he that sytteth at meate, or he that serueth? Is not he that sytteth at meate? But I am amonge you, as he that mynistreth.
22:28Ye are they, whych haue bydden wyth me in my temptacyons.
22:29And I apoynt vnto you a kyngdom, as my father hath apoynted to me:
22:30that ye maye eate and dryncke at my table in my kyngdome, & syt on seates, iudgynge the twelue trybes of Israell.
22:31And the Lord sayde: Symon, Simon, beholde, Satan hath desyred to syfte you, as it were wheate:
22:32but I haue prayed for the, that thy fayth fayle not. And when thou arte conuerted, strength thy brethren.
22:33And he sayde vnto hym: Lorde, I am ready to go wyth the into preson, and to deeth.
22:34And he sayd: I tell the Peter, the cocke shall not crowe thys daye, tyll thou haue thryse denyed that thou knewest me.
22:35And he sayde vnto them: when I sent you wythout wallet and scryppe and shoes lacked ye eny thynge? And they sayde, no.
22:36Then he sayde vnto them: but now he that hath a wallet, let hym take it vp, and lykewyse hys scrippe. And he that hath no swearde, let hym sell hys coate, and bye one.
22:37For I saye vnto you, that yet the same whych is wrytten, must be performed in me: euen among the wycked was he reputed. For those thynges whych are wrytten of me, haue an ende.
22:38And they sayde: Lorde, beholde, here are two sweardes. And he sayde vnto them: it is ynough.
22:39And he came out, and went (as he was wonte) to mounte Olyuete. And the discyples folowed hym.
22:40And when he came to the place, he sayd vnto them: praye, lest ye fall into temptacyon.
22:41And he gate hym selfe from them, about a stones cast, and kneled downe, and prayed,
22:42saying: Father, yf thou wylt, remoue thys cup from me. Neuerthelesse, not my wyll, but thyne be fulfylled.
22:43And ther appeared an angell vnto hym from heauen, confortynge hym.
22:44And he was in an agoyne, and prayed the longer. And hys sweate was lyke droppes of bloud, trycklynge downe to the grounde.
22:45And whan he rose vp from prayer and was come to hys discyples, he founde them slepynge for heuynesse,
22:46and sayde vnto them: why slepe ye? Ryse, and praye, lest ye fall into temptacyon.
22:47Whyll he yet spake: beholde, ther came a company, and he that was called Iudas one of the twelue, went before them, and preased nye vnto Iesus, to kysse hym.
22:48But Iesus sayde vnto hym: Iudas, betrayest thou the sonne of man wyth a kysse?
22:49When they which were about hym, sawe what wolde folow, they sayde vnto him: Lorde, shall we smyte with swearde.
22:50And one of them smote a seruaunt of the hye preste, & stroke of his ryght eare.
22:51Iesus answered & sayde: suffre ye thus farre forth. And whan he touched hys eare he healed hym.
22:52Then Iesus sayde vnto the hye prestes and rulers of the temple and the elders, whych were come to hym. Ye be come out, as vnto a thefe, wyth sweardes and staues.
22:53When I was dayly wyth you in the temple, ye stretched forth no handes agaynst me. But thys is euen youre very houre, and the power of darcknes.
22:54Then toke they hym, and ledde hym, and brought hym to the hye Preastes house. But Peter folowed a farre of
22:55And when they had kyndled a fyre in the myddes of the palace, and were set downe together. Peter also sate downe amonge them.
22:56But whan one of the wenches behelde hym, as he sate by the fyer (and loked vp on hym) she sayde: thys same felow was also wyth hym.
22:57And he denyed hym, saying: woman: I knowe hym not.
22:58And after a lytell whyle, another sawe hym, and sayd, thou art also of them. And Peter sayd: man I am not.
22:59And about the space of an houre after, another affyrmed, sayinge: verely thys felowe was wyth hym also, for he is of Galile.
22:60And Peter sayde: man I wote not what thou sayest. And immediatly whyll he yet spake, the cocke crew.
22:61And the Lorde tourned backe, and loked vpon Peter. And Peter remembred the worde of the Lord, how he had sayd vnto hym: before the cocke crowe, thou shalt deuye me thryse.
22:62And Peter went out, and wepte byttrely.
22:63And the men that toke Iesus, mocked him, and smote him:
22:64and whan they had blyndfolded him, they stroke hym on the face, & asked hym, saying: arede, who is it that smote the?
22:65And many other thynges despytfullye sayd they agaynst hym.
22:66And assone as it was daye, the elders of the people and the hye Prestes and Scrybes, came together, and ledde hym into their councell, sayinge:
22:67art thou very Chryst? tell vs. And he sayde vnto them: yf I tell you, ye wyll not beleue.
22:68And yf I aske you, ye wyll not answere me, nor let me go:
22:69Her after shall the sonne of man syt on the ryght hand of the power of God.
22:70Then sayde they all: art thou then the sonne of God? He sayd: ye saye that I am.
22:71And they sayde: what nede we eny further wytnes? For we oure selues haue herde of hys awne mouth.
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."