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The Great Bible 1539



2:1And the thyrd daye, was ther a mariage in Cana a cytie of Galile, & the mother of Iesus was there.
2:2And Iesus was called (& his disciples) vnto the mariage
2:3And when the wyne fayled, the mother of Iesus sayeth vnto him: they haue no wyne.
2:4Iesus sayeth vnto her: woman what haue I to do wyth the, myne houre is not yet come.
2:5His mother sayeth vnto the ministres: whatsoeuer he sayeth vnto you, do it.
2:6And ther were standynge there, syxe waterpottes of stone after the maner of the purifyenge of the Iewes, contaynynge two or thre fyrkins a pece.
2:7Iesus sayeth vnto them: fyll the water pottes with water. And they fylled them vp to the brym.
2:8And he sayeth vnto them: drawe out now, & beare vnto the gouerner of the feaste And they bare it.
2:9When the ruler of the feast had tasted the water that was turned vnto wyne, and knewe not whence it was (but the mynistres whych drue the water knewe) He calleth the brygdegome,
2:10and sayeth vnto hym: Euery man at the begynninge doth sett forth good wyne, and when men be droncke, then that whych is worse. But thou hast kept the good wyne, vntyll now.
2:11Thys begynninge of myracles dyd Iesus in Cana of Galile, and shewed hys glory, & his disciples beleued on him.
2:12After this he wente downe to Capernaum, he & his mother, and his brethren, and his disciples, and there continued not manye dayes.
2:13And the Iewes ester was euen at hande, and Iesus went vp to Ierusalem,
2:14& founde syttynge in the temple, those that solde oxen and shepe and doues, & chaungers of money.
2:15And when he had made (as it were) a scourge of smal coardes, he droue them all out of the temple, with the shepe & oxen, and powred out the chaungers money, and ouerthrue the tables,
2:16& sayde vnto them that solde doues: Haue these thinges hence, & make not my fathers house an house of marchaundyse.
2:17And his disciples remembred it that is wrytten: the zele of thyne house hath euen eaten me.
2:18Then answered the Iewes and sayde vnto him: what token shewest thou vnto vs, seinge that thou dost these thynges?
2:19Iesus answered & sayde vnto them: destroye thys temple, and in thre dayes I wyll reare it vp.
2:20Then sayde the Iewes .xlvj. yeres was thys temple a byldynge: & wylt thou reare it vp in thre dayes?
2:21But he spake of the temple of his body.
2:22Assone therfore as he was rysen from deeth agayne, his disciples remembred that he thus had sayde. And they beleued the scripture, & the wordes which Iesus had sayde
2:23When he was in Ierusalem at Easter in the feast daye, many beleued on his name, when they sawe his myracles whych he dyd.
2:24But Iesus dyd not commit him selfe vnto them, because he knewe all men,
2:25and neded not, that eny man shuld testifye of him. For he knewe what was in man.
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."