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The Great Bible 1539



24:1But vpon the fyrst daye of the Sabbothes, very early in the mornynge, they came vnto the sepulcre, and brought the swete odoures whych they had prepared, and other wemen wyth them.
24:2And they founde the stone rowled awaye from the sepulcre,
24:3and they went in: but founde not the body of the Lorde Iesu.
24:4And it happened, as they were amased therat, Beholde, two men stode by them in shynynge garmentes.
24:5And as they were afrayde, and bowed doune theyr faces to the erth, they sayde vnto them: why seke ye the lyuynge amonge the deed?
24:6He is not here: but is rysen. Remember, how he spake vnto you, when he was yet in Galile,
24:7sayinge: that the sonne of man must be delyuered into the handes of synfull men, and be crucyfyed, and the thyrde daye ryse agayne.
24:8And they remembred hys wordes,
24:9& returned from the sepulcre, & tolde all these thynges vnto those eleuen, & to all the remnaunt.
24:10It was Mary Magdalen, & Ioanna, and Mary Iacobi, and other that were wyth them, whych tolde these thynges vnto the Apostles.
24:11And theyr wordes semed vnto them fayned thynges, nether beleued they them.
24:12Then arose Peter and ran vnto the sepulchre, and loked in, and sawe the lynnen clothes layde by them selfe, and departed, wondrynge in hym selfe at that whych had happened.
24:13And beholde, two of them went that same daye to a towne (called Emaus) which was from Ierusalem about thre skore forlonges,
24:14and they talked together of all these thynges that had happened.
24:15And it chaunsed, that whyle they communed together and reasoned, Iesus hym selfe drue neare, and went wyth them.
24:16But theyr eyes were holden, that they shulde not knowe hym.
24:17And he sayde vnto them: What maner of communycacyons are these that ye haue one to another, as ye walke, and are sadd?
24:18And the one of them (whose named was Cleophas) answered, and sayde to hym: art thou onely a straunger in Ierusalem, and hast not knowen the thynges whych haue chaunsed there, in these dayes?
24:19He sayde vnto them: what thynges? And they sayd vnto hym: of Iesus of Nazareth, whych was a Prophet, myghtye in dede and worde before God and all the people:
24:20and how the hye Prestes, and oure rulers delyuered hym to be condempned to deeth: & haue crucyfyed hym.
24:21But we trusted that it had bene he whych shuld haue redemed Israel. And as touchynge all these thynges, to daye is euen the thyrd daye, that they were done.
24:22Yee, and certayne wemen also of oure company made vs astonnyed, which came early vnto the sepulchre,
24:23and founde not hys body: and came, sayinge, that they had sene a visyon of angels, whych sayd that he was alyue.
24:24And certayne of them whych were wyth vs, went to the sepulchre, and founde it euen so as the wemen had sayde: but hym they sawe not.
24:25And he sayde vnto them: O fooles & slowe of herte, to beleue all that the Prophetes haue spoken.
24:26Ought not Chryst to haue suffred these thynges, and to enter into hys glory?
24:27And he began at Moses, and all the Prophetes, & interpreted vnto them in all scriptures whych were wrytten of hym.
24:28And they drue nye vnto the towne, whych they went vnto. And he made, as though he wold haue gone further.
24:29And they constrayned hym sayinge: abyde wyth vs, for it draweth towardes nyght, and the daye is farre passed. And he went into tary wyth them.
24:30And it came to passe, as he sate at meate wyth them, he toke bread, and blessed it, and brake, and gaue to them.
24:31And their eyes were opened, and they knewe hym: and he vanysshed out of their syght.
24:32And they sayd betwene them selues: dyd not oure hertes burne wyth in vs, whyll he talked wyth vs by the waye, and opened to vs the scryptures?
24:33And they rose vp, the same houre, and returned agayne to Ierusalem, and founde the eleuen gathered together, and them that were wyth them,
24:34saying: the Lorde is rysen in dede, & hath apered to Symon.
24:35And they tolde, what thynges were done in the waye, and how they knewe hym, in breakynge of bread.
24:36As they thus spake Iesus hym selfe stode in the myddes of them, and sayeth vnto them: peace be vnto you.
24:37But they were abasshed and afrayde, & supposyd that they had sene a sprete.
24:38And he sayde vnto them: why are ye troubled, and why do thoughtes aryse in youre hertes?
24:39Beholde my handes and my fete, that it is euen I my selfe. Handle me and se: for a sprete hath not flesshe and bones, as ye se me haue.
24:40And when he had thus spoken, he shewed them hys handes and hys fete.
24:41And whyll they yet beleued not for ioye, and wondred, he sayd vnto them: Haue ye here eny meate?
24:42And they offred hym a pece of a broyled fysshe, and of an hony combe.
24:43And he toke it, and dyd eate before them.
24:44And he sayde vnto them. These are the wordes whych I spake vnto you, whyll I was yet with you: that all must nedes be fulfylled, whych were wrytten of me in the lawe of Moses and in the Prophetes, and in the Psalmes.
24:45Then opened he theyr wyttes, that they myght vnderstand the scryptures,
24:46and sayde vnto them: Thus is it wrytten, and thus it behoued Christ to suffre, and to ryse agayne from deeth the thyrde daye,
24:47& that repentaunce and remyssyon of synnes shulde be preached in hys name amonge all nacyons, and must begynne at Ierusalem.
24:48And ye are wytnesses of these thynges.
24:49And beholde, I will sende the promes of my father vpon you. But tary ye in the cytie of Ierusalem, vntyll ye be endewed wyth power from an hye.
24:50And he led them out into Bethany, and lyfte vp hys handes, and blessed them.
24:51And it cam to passe, as he blessed them, he departed from them, and was caryed vp into heauen.
24:52And they worshypped hym, and returned to Ierusalem wyth greate ioye,
24:53and were contynually in the temple praysynge & laudynge God, Amen.
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."