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The Great Bible 1539



10:1Brethren, my hertes desyre & prayer to God for Israelis, that they myght be saued.
10:2For I beare them recorde, that they haue a feruent mynde to God warde, but not according to knowledge.
10:3For they beynge ignoraunt of Goddes ryghtewesnes, and goynge aboute to stablysshe theyr awne ryghtewesnes, haue not bene obedient vnto the ryghtewesnes of God.
10:4For Christ is the fulfyllyng of the lawe, to iustyfye all that beleue.
10:5For Moses wrytteth of the ryghtewesnes which cometh of the lawe, how that the man whych doth the thynges of the lawe, shall lyue therby.
10:6But the ryghtewesnes which cometh of fayth, speaketh on thys wyse: Saye not thou in thyne hert. who shall ascende into heauen (that is euen to fetch Chryst downe from aboue.)
10:7Other who shall descende into the depe? (that is euen to fetch vp Christ agayne from deeth)
10:8But what sayth he? The worde is nye the, euen in thy mouth and in thyne herte. Thys same is the worde of fayth, which we preache.
10:9For yf thou knowledge with thy mouth that Iesus is the Lorde, & beleue in thyne hert, that God raysed hym vp from deeth, thou shalt be safe.
10:10For to beleue wt the hert iustyfyeth: and to knowledge with the mouth, maketh a man safe.
10:11For the scrypture sayth: whosoeuer beleueth on hym, shall not be confounded.
10:12There is no difference betwene the Iewe and the Gentill. For one is Lord of all, which is ryche vnto all that call vpon him.
10:13For whosoeuer doth call on the name of the Lord, shalbe safe.
10:14How then shall they call on hym, on whom they haue not beleued? how shall they beleue on hym, of whom they haue not hearde? how shall they heare, without a preacher?
10:15And how shall they preache except they be sent? As it is written: how beautyfull are the fete of them which brynge tydynges of peace, and brynge tydynges of good thynges.
10:16But they haue not all obeyed to the Gospell. For Esay sayth: Lorde, who hath beleued oure sayinges?
10:17So then fayth cometh by hearynge, and hearynge cometh by the worde of God.
10:18But I aske: haue they not herde? No dout, their sounde went out into all landes: and their wordes into the endes of the worlde.
10:19But I demaunde, whether Israel dyd knowe or not? Fyrst Moses sayth: I will prouoke you to enuy, by them that are no people: by a folysihe nacion I wyll anger you.
10:20Esay after that, is bolde and sayeth: I am founde of them, that sought me not: I am manyfest vnto them, that asked not after me.
10:21But agaynst Israell he sayth: all daye longe haue I stretched forth my handes vnto a people that beleueth not, but speaketh agaynst me.
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."