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The Great Bible 1539



10:1Uerely verely, I saye vnto you: he that entreth not in by the dore into the shepefolde, but clymeth vp some other waye, the same is a thefe and a murthurer.
10:2But he that entreth in by the dore, is the shepherde of the shepe:
10:3to hym the porter openeth, & the shepe heare hys voyce, and he calleth his awne shepe by name, and leadeth them out.
10:4And when he hath sent forth his awne shepe, he goeth before them, and the shepe folow him: for they knowe his voyce.
10:5A straunger will they not folowe, but wyll flye from him: for they knowe not the voyce of straungers.
10:6Thys prouerbe spake Iesus vnto them. But they vnderstode not what thinges they were, which he spake vnto them.
10:7Then sayd Iesus vnto them agayne: Uerely verely, I saye vnto you: I am the dore of the shepe.
10:8All (euen as many as came before me) are theues & murthurers: but the shepe dyd not heare them.
10:9I am the dore: by me yf any man entre in, he shalbe safe, and shall go in and out, and fynde pasture.
10:10A thefe commeth not but for to steale, kyll, and to destroye. I am come, that they might haue life, and that they myght haue it more aboundantly.
10:11I am the good shepeherd. A good shepherde geueth hys lyfe for the shepe.
10:12An hyred seruaunt, and he which is not the shepeherd (nether the shepe are his awne) seeth the wolfe comminge, and leaueth the shepe, and flieth, and the wolfe catcheth, and scattereth the shepe.
10:13The hyred seruaunt flyeth, because he is an hired seruaunt, and careth not for the shepe.
10:14I am the good shepheard, and knowe my shepe, and am knowen of myne.
10:15As my father knoweth me, euen so knowe I also my father. And I geue my lyfe for the shepe:
10:16& other shepe I haue, which are not of thys fold. Them also must I bring, and they shall heare my voyce, and ther shalbe one fold and one shephearde.
10:17Therfore doth my father loue me, because I put my lyfe from me, that I myght take it agayne.
10:18No man taketh it from me: but I put it awaye of my self. I haue power to put it from me, and I haue power to take it agayne. Thys commaundement haue I receaued of my father.
10:19There was a dissencyon therfore agayne amonge the Iewes for these sayinges,
10:20and many of them sayd: He hath the deuel, and is madd: why heare ye him?
10:21Other sayde: these are not the wordes of him that hath the deuyll. Can the deuyll open the eyes of the blynde?
10:22And it was at Ierusalem the feaste of the dedicacyon, and it was winter:
10:23and Iesus walked in the temple, euen in Salomons porche.
10:24Then cam the Iewes rounde about him, and sayd vnto him: Howe longe dost thou make vs doute? If thou be Christ, tell vs playnely.
10:25Iesus answered them: I tolde you, and ye beleue not. The worckes that I do in my fathers name, they beare witnesse of me.
10:26But ye beleue not, because ye are not of my shepe. As I sayd vnto you:
10:27my shepe heare my voyce: and I knowe them, & they folowe me,
10:28and I geue vnto them eternall lyfe, and they shall neuer perissh, nether shall eny man plucke them oute of my hande.
10:29My father which gaue them me, is greater then all, and no man is able to take them oute of my fathers hand.
10:30I and my father are one.
10:31Then the Iewes agayne toke vp stones, to stone hym with all.
10:32Iesus answered them: many good worckes haue I shewed you from my father: for which of them do ye stone me?
10:33The Iewes answered him, sayeng: For thy good worckes sake we stone thou not, but for thy blasphemy, and because that thou beynge a man, makest thy selfe God:
10:34Iesus answered them: Is it not wrytten in youre lawe I sayde, ye are goddes?
10:35If he called them goddes, vnto whom the word of God was spoken (and the scripture cannot be broken
10:36concernynge hym whom the father hath sanctifyed, and sent into the worlde) Do ye saye that I blaspheme because I sayde, I am the sonne of God?
10:37If I do not the worckes of my father, beleue me not.
10:38But yf I do, and yf ye beleue not me, beleue the worckes: that ye maye knowe and beleue, that the father is in me, and I in him.
10:39Agayne they went about to take hym: & he escaped out of their hande,
10:40& went awaye agayne beyonde Iordan, into the place wher Iohn before had baptysed, and there he abode.
10:41And many resorted vnto him, and sayd: Iohn dyd no myracle, but all thynges that Iohn spake of this man were true.
10:42And many beleued on him there.
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."