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The Great Bible 1539



6:1It happened on an after pryncipall Saboth, that he went thorow the corne felde, and hys discyples plucked the eares of corne, and dyd eate, and rubbed them in theyr handes:
6:2And certayn of the pharises said vnto them: Why do ye that, which is not lawfull to do on the Saboth dayes?
6:3And Iesus answered them, and sayde: Haue ye not redde what Dauid dyd, when he him selfe was an hungred, and they which were with hym:
6:4howe he went into the house of God, and dyd take and eate the shew bread, and gaue also to them that were with hym: which are not lawfull to eate, but for the prestes only?
6:5And he sayde vnto them: The sonne of man is Lorde also of the Saboth daye.
6:6And it fortuned in another Sabboth also, that he entred into the synagoge, & taught. And ther was a man, whose right hande was dryed vp.
6:7And the scribes & pharises watched hym whether he wolde heale on the sabboth daye, that they myght fynde how to accuse him.
6:8But he knewe their thoughtes, and sayd to the man which had the wythred hand: Ryse vp, and stande forth in the myddes. And he arose & stode forth.
6:9Then sayd Iesus vnto them: I wyll aske you a question: Whether is it lawfull on the sabboth dayes to do good, or to do euil? to saue ones life, or to destroye it?
6:10And he behelde them al in compasse, and sayd vnto the man: Stretch forth thy hand. And he dyd so: & hys hande was restored agayne as whole as the other.
6:11And they were fylled with madnes, and communed together amonge them selues, what they myght do to Iesu.
6:12And it fortuned in those dayes that he went out into a mountayne for to praye, & contynued all nyght in prayer to God.
6:13And as sone at it was daye, he called hys disciples, & of them he chose .xij. whom also he called apostles.
6:14Symon whom he also named Peter, & Andrew hys brother, Iames and Iohn, Philip & Bartholomew,
6:15Mathew & Thomas, Iames the sonne of Alpheus, and Symon which is called Zelotes,
6:16and Iudas Iames sonne, and Iudas Iscarioth, the same that was the traytour.
6:17And he came downe with them, & stode in the playne felde, and the company of hys disciples and a greate multitude of people (out of all Iewrye and Ierusalem, & from the see coast of Tyre and Sidon) which came to heare him, and to be healed of their dyseases
6:18and they that were vexed with foule spretes and they were healed.
6:19And al the people preased to touche him, for ther went vertue oute of hym, and healed them all.
6:20And he lyft vp his eyes vpon the disciples and sayd: Blessed be ye pore, for yours is the kingdome of God.
6:21Blessed are ye that honger now, for ye shalbe satisfyed. Blessed are ye that wepe now, for ye shall laugh.
6:22Blessed shall ye be, when men hate you, & thrust you out of their company, and rayle on you, and abhorre your names as an euyll thing, for the sonne of mannes sake.
6:23Reioyse ye in that daye, and be glad: for beholde, your rewarde is greate in heauen. For thus dyd theyr fathers vnto the prophetes.
6:24But wo vnto you that are ryche: for ye haue your consolacion.
6:25Wo vnto you that are full: for ye shall honger. Wo vnto you that now laugh: for ye shall wayle & wepe.
6:26Wo vnto you when all men prayse you: for so dyd theyr fathers to the false prophetes.
6:27But I saye vnto you which heare. Loue youre enemyes. Do good to them which hate you.
6:28Besse them that curse you. And praye for them which wrongfullye trouble you.
6:29And vnto hym that smyteth the on the one cheke, offer also the other. And him that taketh awaye thy gowne, forbyd not to take thy cote also.
6:30Geue to euery man that asketh of the. And of him that taketh a waye thy goodes, aske them not agayne.
6:31And as ye wolde that men shuld do to you, do ye also to them lykewyse.
6:32And yf ye loue them which loue you, what thanke haue ye? For synners also loue theyr louers.
6:33And yf ye do good for them which do good for you, what thanke haue ye? For synners also do euen the same.
6:34And yf ye lende to them of whom ye hope to receaue: what thanke haue ye? for synners also lende to synners, to receaue soch lyke agayne.
6:35But loue ye youre enemyes, and do good, and lende, lokynge for nothynge agayne: and your reward shalbe greate, and ye shalbe the chyldren of the hyest: for he is kynde vnto the vnkynde and to the euyll.
6:36Be ye therfore mercyfull, as your father also is mercyfull.
6:37Iudge not, and ye shall not be iudged: Condempne not, and ye shall not be condempned. Forgeue, and ye shalbe forgeuen.
6:38Geue, and it shalbe geuen vnto you: good measure and pressed downe, and shaken together and runnyng ouer, shall men geue into youre bosomes. For with the same measure that ye mete withall, shall other men mete to you agayne.
6:39And he put forth a similitude vnto them Can the blynde leade the blynde? Do they not both fall into the dyche?
6:40The disciple is not aboue his master. Euery man shalbe perfecte, euen as hys master is.
6:41Why seest thou a moate in thy brothers eye, but consyderest not the beame that is in thyne awne eye?
6:42Ether howe cannest thou saye to thy brother. Brother, let me pull out the moate that is in thyne eye, when thou seest not the beame that is in thyne awne eye. Thou ypocrite cast out the beame out of thyne awne eye fyrst, & then shalt thou se perfectly, to pull oute the moate that is in thy brothers eye.
6:43For it is not a good tree, that bringeth forth euyll frute: nether is that an euyll tree, that bringeth forth good frute.
6:44For euery tre is knowen by hys frute. For of thornes do not men gather fygges, nor of busshes gather they grapes.
6:45A good man out of the good treasure of hys herte, bryngeth forth that which is good. And an euyll man, out of the euyll treasure of his hert, bringeth forth that which is euyll. For of the aboundance of the hert, hys mouth speaketh.
6:46Why call ye me Lord Lord, and do not as I byd you:
6:47whosouer commeth to me & heareth my sayinges, and doth the same, I wyl shewe you to whom he is like.
6:48He is lyke a man which bylt an house, and dygged depe, and layde the foundacion on a rock. When the waters arose, the flud bet vpon that house, & coulde not moue it. For it was grounded vpon a rocke.
6:49But he that heareth and doth not, is lyke a man that without foundacyon bylt an house vpon the earth, against which the floud dyd beat: and it fell immediatly. And the fal of that house was greate.
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."