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The Great Bible 1539



2:1Therfore art thou inexcusable. O man, whosoeuer thou be that iudgest For in that same wherin thou iudgest another thou condemnest thy selfe. For thou that iudgest, doest euen the same selfe thynges.
2:2But we are sure, that the iudgement of God is accordynge to trueth, agaynst them whych commyt soch thynges.
2:3Thynkest thou thys, O thou man that iudgest them whych do soche thynges, and doest euen the very same thy selfe, that thou shalt escape the iudgement of God?
2:4Ether despysest thou the ryches of hys goodnes, and pacyence and longe sufferaunce, not knowyng that the kyndnes of God leadeth the to repentaunce?
2:5But thou after thy stubburnesse, and herte that cannot repent, heapest vnto thy selfe wrath agaynst the daye of vengeaunce, when shalbe opened the ryghtewes iudgement of God,
2:6which wyll reward euery man accordynge to hys dedes:
2:7that is to saye, prayse, honoure and immortalite, to them whych contynue in good doyng; and seke immortalite.
2:8But vnto them that are rebelles, and that do not obey the trueth, but folowe vnryghteousnes, shall come indignacyon and wrath,
2:9tribulacyon and anguysshe vpon the soule of euery man that doth euyll: of the Iewe fyrst, and also of the Gentyle.
2:10To euery man that doth good, shall come prayse, and honoure, and peace, to the Iewe fyrst, and also to the Gentyll.
2:11For ther is no respecte of parsonnes, with God. For whosoeuer hath synned wythout lawe,
2:12shall also perysshe without lawe. And as many as haue synned in the lawe, shalbe iudged by the lawe.
2:13For in the syght of God, they are not ryghteous which beare the lawe: but the doers of the lawe shalbe iustifyed.
2:14For whan the Gentyls which haue not the lawe, do of nature the thynges contayned in the lawe: then they hauynge not the lawe, are a lawe vnto them selues,
2:15which shew the dede of the lawe wrytten in theyr hertes: whyll theyr conscience beareth wytnes vnto them, and also theyr thoughtes, accusynge one another or excusynge,
2:16at the daye when the Lord shall iudge the secretes of men by Iesus Christ, accordynge to my Gospell.
2:17Beholde, thou art called a Iewe, and trustest in the lawe, and makest thy boast of God,
2:18and knowest his wyll, and alowest the thynges that be excellent, and art infourmed by the lawe:
2:19and beleuest that thou thy selfe art a gyde of the blynde, a lyght of them which are in darcknes,
2:20an infourmer of them which lacke discrecyon, a teacher of the vnlearned, which hast that ensample of knowledge, & of the truthe by the lawe.
2:21Thou therfore which teachest another, teachest not thy selfe Thou preachest, a man shulde not steale: yet thou stealest.
2:22Thou that sayst, a man shuld not commyt aduoutry, breakest wedlocke. Thou abhorrest ymages, and yet robbest God of his honoure.
2:23Thou that makest thy boast of the lawe, thorow breakynge the lawe dishonourest God.
2:24For the name of God is euyll spoken of amonge the Gentyls, thorow you as it is wrytten.
2:25For circumcisyon verely auayleth, yf thou kepe the lawe. But yf thou be a breaker of the lawe, thy circumcisyon is turned to vncircumcisyon.
2:26Therfore, yf the vncircumcised kepe the ryght thynges contayned in the lawe, shall not his vncircumcisyon be counted for circumcisyon?
2:27And shall not vncircumcisyon which is by nature (yf it kepe the lawe) iudge the, whych beynge vnder the letter and circumcisyon, doest transgresse the lawe?
2:28He is not a Iewe, which is a Iewe outwarde. Nether is it circumcisyon, which is outwarde in the flesshe.
2:29But he is a Iewe which his hyd wythin, and the circumcisyon of the herte is the true circumcisyon, whych consisteth in the sprete and not in the letter: whose prayse is not of men, but of God.
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."