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The Great Bible 1539



17:1These wordes spake Iesus, and lift vp his eyes to heauen, and sayde: father, the houre is come: glorify thy sonne that thy sonne also maye glorify the:
17:2as thou hast geuen him power ouer all flesh, that he shuld geue eternall lyfe to as many as thou hast geuen him.
17:3This is lyfe eternal, that they might knowe the, the onely true God, & Iesus Christ whom thou hast sent.
17:4I haue glorifyed the on the erth. I haue finysshed the worcke, which thou gauest me to do.
17:5And now glorifye thou me (O father) with thyne awne self, with the glory, which I had with the, yer the worlde was.
17:6I haue declared thy name vnto the men, which thou gauest me out of the world. Thyne they were, and thou gauest them me, and they haue kept thy worde.
17:7Now they haue knowen, that all thinges whatsoeuer thou hast geuen me, are of the.
17:8For I haue geuen vnto them the wordes which thou gauest me, and they haue receaued them, and haue knowen surely, that I came out from the: and they haue beleued, that thou diddest send me.
17:9I praye for them, I praye not for the world: but for them which thou hast geuen me, for they are thyne.
17:10And all myne are thyne, & thyne are myne, & I am glorified in them.
17:11And now I am not in the worlde, and they are in the worlde, and I come to the. Holy father, kepe thorow thine awne name, them which thou hast geuen me, that they also maye be one, as we are.
17:12Whyle I was with them in the world, I kepte them in thy name. Those that thou gauest me, haue I kepte, and none of them is lost, but that lost childe, that the scripture might be fulfilled.
17:13Now come I to the, & these wordes speake I in the world, that they might haue my ioy ful in them.
17:14I haue geuen them thy worde, and the worlde hath hated them, because they are not of the world, euen as I also am not of the world.
17:15I desyre not that thou shuldest take them out of the worlde: but that thou kepe them from euyll.
17:16They are not of the worlde, as I also am not of the worlde.
17:17Sanctify them thorow thy treuth. Thy word is the treuth.
17:18As thou dyddest send me into the worlde, euen so haue I also sent them into the world,
17:19& for their sakes sanctifie I my selfe, that they also myght be sanctifyed thorowe the treuth.
17:20Neuertheles, I praye not for them alone, but for them also which shall beleue on me thorow their preaching:
17:21that they al maye be one, as thou father art in me, and I in the, and that they also maye be one in vs: that the worlde maye beleue, that thou hast sent me:
17:22And the glory which thou gauest me, I haue geuen them, that they maye be one, as we also are one.
17:23I in them, and thou in me, that they maye be made parfecte in one, & that the worlde maye knowe, that thou hast sent me, and hast loued them as thou hast loued me.
17:24Father, I will that they which thou hast geuen me be with me where I am, that they maye se my glory, which thou hast geuen me. For thou louedest me before the makyng of the worlde.
17:25O righteous father, the worlde also hath not knowen the: but I haue knowen the: and these haue knowen, that thou hast sent me.
17:26And I haue declared vnto them thy name, and will declare it, that the loue wherwith thou hast loued me, maye be in them, & I in them.
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."