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The Great Bible 1539



16:1These thynges haue I sayde vnto you because ye shuld not be offended.
16:2They shall excommunicat you: ye the tyme shall come, that whosoeuer kylleth you, will thinke that he doth God seruyce.
16:3And such thinges will they do vnto you, because they haue not knowen the father, nether yet me.
16:4But these thinges haue I tolde you, that when the tyme is come, ye maye remember then that I tolde you. These thynges sayde I not vnto you at the begynninge, because I was present with you.
16:5But now I go my waye to hym that sent me, & none of you asketh me whyther I go.
16:6But because I haue sayd suche thynges vnto you, your hertes are ful of sorowe.
16:7Neuertheles, I tel you the treuth, it is expedient for you, that I goo awaye. For yf I goo not awaye, that comforter wyll not come vnto you. But yf I departe, I wyll sende hym vnto you.
16:8And when he is come, he wyll rebuke the worlde of synne, and of rightewesnes, & of iudgement.
16:9Of synne, because they beleue not on me.
16:10Of ryghtewesnes, because I go to my father, and ye shal se me nomore:
16:11Of iudgement, because the prynce of thys worlde is iudged all ready.
16:12I haue yet many thinges to saye vnto you but ye cannot beare them awaye now.
16:13Howbeit when he is come (which is the sprete of treuth) he will leade you into all treuthe. He shall not speake of hym selfe: but whatsoeuer he shall heare, that shall he speake, and he will shewe you thinges to come.
16:14He shal glorify me, for he shall receaue of myne, & shall shewe vnto you.
16:15All thynges that the father hath, are myne. Therfore sayde I vnto you, that he shall take of myne and shewe vnto you.
16:16After a while ye shall not se me, and agayne after a whyle ye shall se me: for I go to the father.
16:17Then sayde some of hys discyples betwene them selues: what is thys that he saith vnto vs, after a while, ye shall not se me, and agayne after a whyle ye shall se me: and that I go to the father?
16:18They sayd therfore: what is this that he sayth: after a whyle? we cannot tell what he sayth.
16:19Iesus perceaued, that they wolde aske him, and sayde vnto them. Ye enquire of this betwene your selues, because I sayde after a whyle ye shal not se me, & agayne after a whyle ye shall se me.
16:20Uerely verely, I saye vnto you: ye shall wepe and lamente, but contrary wyse, the world shall reioyse. Ye shall sorowe, but yor sorowe shalbe turned to ioye.
16:21A woman when she trauaileth, hath sorowe, because her houre is come: but assone as she is deliuered of the childe, she remembreth nomore the anguisshe, for ioye that a man is borne into the worlde.
16:22And ye now therfore haue sorowe: but I will se you agayne, and your hertes shall reioyse, and your ioye shal no man take from you.
16:23And in the daye shall ye aske me no question. Uerely verely, I saye vnto you: whatsoeuer ye shall aske the father in my name, he wyll geue it you.
16:24Hytherto haue ye asked nothynge in my name. Aske, and ye shall receaue: that youre ioye maye be full.
16:25These thinges haue I spoken vnto you by prouerbes. The tyme will come, when I shal nomore speake vnto you by prouerbes: but I shall shewe you playnely from my father.
16:26At that daye shall ye aske in my name. And I saye not vnto you that I will speake vnto my father for you.
16:27For the father him selfe loueth you, because ye haue loued me, and haue beleued, that I came out from God.
16:28I went out from the father, and came into the worlde. Agayne, I leaue the worlde, and go to the father.
16:29His disciples sayd vnto him: lo, now talkest thou playnly, and speakest no prouerbe.
16:30Nowe are we sure, that thou knowest all thinges, and nedest not, that eny man shulde aske the any question. Therfore beleue we, that thou camest from God.
16:31Iesus answered them: Now ye do beleue.
16:32Behold, the houre draweth nye, and is all ready come, that ye shalbe scatered euery man to his awne, & shal leaue me alone. And yet am I not alone. For the father is with me.
16:33These wordes haue I spoken vnto you, that in me ye myghte haue peace. For in the worlde shall ye haue tribulacyon: but be of good chere, I haue ouercome the worlde.
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."