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The Great Bible 1539



3:1Peter and Iohn went vp together into the temple at the nynth houre of prayer.
3:2And a certayne man that was halt from hys mothers wombe, was brought, whom they layde daylie at the gate of the temple (which is called bewtyfull) to aske almes of them that entred into the temple.
3:3When he sawe Peter and Iohn, that they wolde into the temple, he desyred to receaue an almes.
3:4And Peter fastened his eyes on him with Iohn, & sayd: loke on vs.
3:5And he gaue hede vnto them, trustynge, to receaue some thynge of them.
3:6Then sayde Peter: Syluer and golde haue I none such as I haue, geue I the. In the name of Iesus Chryst of Nazareth, ryse vp and walke.
3:7And he toke hym by the ryght hand, and lyfte hym vp. And immediatly hys fete and anclebones receaued strength.
3:8And he sprange, stode, and walked, and entred with them into the temple, walkynge, and leapynge, and praysynge God.
3:9And all the people sawe hym walke and prayse God.
3:10And they knewe hym, that it was he, which sate and begged at the beutyfull gate of the temple. And they wondred and were sore astonyed at that which had happened vnto hym.
3:11And as the halt which was healed, helde Peter and Iohn, all the people ranne amased vnto them in the porche that is called Salomons.
3:12When Peter sawe that, he answered vnto the people. Ye men of Isral, why maruayle ye at this, or why loke ye so on vs, as though by oure awne power or strength we had made thys man go?
3:13The God of Abraham, and of Isaac and of Iacob, the God of oure fathers hath glorified hys sonne Iesus, whom ye delyuered, and denyed in the presence of Pylate, when he had iudged hym to be loosed.
3:14But ye denyed the holy and iust, and desyred a mortherar to be geuen you,
3:15and kylled the Lorde of lyfe, whom God hath raysed from deeth, of the which we are witnesses.
3:16And hys name thorowe the fayth of his name, hath made this man sound, whom ye se and knowe. And the fayth which is by hym, hath geuen to hym thys health in the presence of you all.
3:17And now brethren, I wote that thorow ignoraunce ye dyd it, as dyd also youre rulers.
3:18But God (which before had shewed, by the mouth of all hys Prophetes, howe that Chryst shuld suffre) hath thus wyse fulfylled.
3:19Let it repente you therfore, and conuerte, that youre synnes maye be done awaye when the tyme of refresshynge commeth, which we shall haue of the presence of the Lorde,
3:20and when God shal sende him, which before was preached vnto you, that is to with Iesus Christ,
3:21which must receaue heauen vntyll the tyme that all thynges, which God hath spoken by the mouth of all hys holy Prophetes sence the worlde began, be restored agayne.
3:22Moses trulye sayde vnto the fathers: a Prophet shall the Lorde youre God rayse vp vnto you, euen of youre brethren lyke vnto me: him shall ye heare, in all thynges whatsoeuer he shall saye vnto you.
3:23For the tyme wyll come, that euery soule which wyll not heare that same Prophet, shalbe destroyed from amonge the people.
3:24All the Prophetes also from Samuel and thence forth (as many as haue spoken) haue in lyke wyse tolde of these dayes.
3:25Ye are the chyldren of the Prophetes, and of the couenaunt, which God made vnto oure fathers, sayinge to Abraham: Euen in thy seede shal all the kynredes of the earth be blessed.
3:26Fyrst whan God had raysed vp hys sonne Iesus vnto you, he sent him to blesse you, that euery one of you shulde turne from his wyckednes.
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."