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The Great Bible 1539



13:1Let euery soule submyt hym selfe vnto the auctoryte of the hyer powers. For there is no power but of God.
13:2The powers that be, are ordeyned of God. Whosoeuer therfore resysteth power, resysteth the ordinaunce of God. But they that resyst, shall receaue to them selfe damnacyon.
13:3For rulers are not fearfull to them that do good, but to them that do euyll. Wylt thou be without feare of the power? Do well then: and so shalt thou he praysed of the same.
13:4For he is the mynyster of God, for thy welth. But and yf thou do that which is, euyll, then feare: for he beareth not the sweard for nought: for he is the mynister of God, to take vengeaunce on hym that doth euyll.
13:5Wherfore, ye must nedes obeye, not onely for feare of vengeaunce: but also because of conscience.
13:6And euen for this cause paye ye tribute. For they are Goddes mynysters, seruinge for the same purpose.
13:7Geue to euery man therfore hys duetye: tribute to whom tribute belongeth: custome, to whom custome is due: feare, to whom feare belongeth: honoure, to whom honoure pertayneth.
13:8O we nothynge to eny man: but thys, that ye loue one another. For he that loueth another hath fulfylled the lawe.
13:9For these commaundementes. Thou shalt not commytt aduoutry: thou shalt not kyll: thou shalt not steale: thou shalt not beare false wytnes: thou shalt not lust, and so forth (yf there be eny other commaundement) it is all comprehended in thys sayinge, Namely: Loue thyne neyghbour as thy selfe.
13:10Loue hurteth not his neyghbour. Therfore is loue the fulfyllinge of the lawe.
13:11This also, we knowe the season howe that it is tyme that we shulde now awake out of slepe. For now is oure saluacyon nearer, then when we beleued.
13:12The nyght is passed, the daye is come nye. Let vs therfore cast awaye the dedes of darcknes, and let vs put on the Armoure of lyght.
13:13Let vs walke honestly as it were in the daye lyght: not in eatynge & drynckynge, nether in chamburyng and wantannes, nether in stryfe & enuyinge:
13:14but put ye on the Lorde Iesus Chryst. And make not prouisyon for the fleshe, to fulfyll the lustes of it.
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."