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The Great Bible 1539



5:1Because therfore that we are iustifyed by fayth, we are at peace with God, thorow oure Lorde Iesus Christ:
5:2by whom also it chaunsed vnto vs to be brought in thorow fayth, vnto thys grace, wherin we stande, and reioyce in hope of the glory of God.
5:3Not that onely: but also we reioyce in tribulacyons: knowyng that tribulacyon bryngeth pacience,
5:4pacience bryngeth experience, experience bryngeth hope.
5:5And hope maketh not ashamed: because the loue of God is sheed abroad in oure hertes, by the holy ghost whych is geuen vnto vs.
5:6For when we were yet weake, accordyng to the tyme, Christ dyed for vs whych were vngodly:
5:7Yet scace wyll eny man dye for a ryghtewes man. Parauenture for a good man durst a man dye.
5:8But God setteth out his loue toward vs, seynge that whyll we were yet synners Christ dyed for vs.
5:9Moch more then now (we that are iustifyed by hys bloud) shall be saued from wrath thorow hym.
5:10For yf when we were enemyes, we were reconcyled to God by the deeth of hys sonne: moch more, seynge we are reconcyled, we shalbe preserued by hys lyfe.
5:11Not onely this, but we also ioye in God by the meanes of oure Lorde Iesus Christ, by whom we haue now optayned the attonment.
5:12Wherfore, as by one man, synne entred into the worlde, and deeth by the meanes of synne.
5:13Euen so deeth also went ouer all men, in so moch as all we haue synned. For euen vnto the lawe was synne in the worlde, but synne is not imputed, whan ther is no lawe:
5:14neuerthelesse deeth raygned from Adam to Moses, euen ouer them also that had not synned wyth lyke transgression as dyd Adam: which beareth the similitude of him that was to come.
5:15But the gyfte is not lyke as the synne. For yf thorow the synne of one, many be deed: moche more plenteous vpon many was the grace of God & gyfte by grace; whych was of one man Iesus Christ.
5:16And the gyfte is not ouer one synne: as deeth cam thorow one synne of one that synned. For damnacyon came of one synne vnto condemnacyon: but the gyft came to iustify from many synnes.
5:17For yf by the synne of one, deeth raygned by the meanes of one: moch more they (whych receaue aboundance of grace and of the gyfte of ryghtewesnes) shall raygne in lyfe by the meanes of one (that is to saye) Iesus Christ.
5:18Lyke wyse then as by the synne of one there sprang vp euell on all men to condemnacyon: euen so by the ryghteousnes of one, spryngeth good vpon all men to the ryghteousnes of lyfe.
5:19For as by one mannes disobedience many became synners: so by the obedience of one, shall many be made ryghteous.
5:20But the lawe in the meane tyme entred in, the synne shulde encreace. Neuerthelater where aboundance of synne was, there was more plenteousnes of grace.
5:21That as synne had raygned vnto deeth, euen so myght grace raygne thorow ryghtewesnes, vnto eternall lyfe, by the helpe of Iesu Christ.
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."