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The Great Bible 1539



6:1What shall we saye then? Shall we contynue in synne, that there maye be aboundance of grace?
6:2God forbyd. How shall we that are deed as touchyng synne, lyue eny lenger therin?
6:3Knowe ye not that all we whych are baptysed into Iesu Christe are baptysed to dye wyth him?
6:4We are buryed then with him by baptyme, for to dye: that lyke wyse as Christ was raysed vp from deeth by the glorye of the father, euen so we also shulde walke in a newe lyfe.
6:5For yf we be graft in deeth lyke vnto hym: euen so shall we be partakers of the resurreccyon:
6:6knowyng thys, that oure olde man is crucifyed with hym also, that the body of sinne myght vtterly be destroyed, that hence forth we shuld not be seruauntes vnto synne.
6:7For he that is deed, is iustifyed from synne.
6:8Wherefore yf we be deed wt Christ, we beleue, that we shall also lyue with hym:
6:9knowyng, that Christ beyng raysed from deeth, dyeth nomore. Deeth hath nomore power ouer hym.
6:10For as touchynge that he dyed, he dyed concernynge synne once. And as touchynge that he lyueth, he lyueth vnto God.
6:11Lykewyse consydre ye also, that ye are deed as touchyng synne, but are alyue vnto God thorow Iesus Christ oure Lorde
6:12Let not synne raygne therfore in youre mortall bodye, that ye shulde ther vnto obey by the lustes of it.
6:13Nether geue ye youre membres as instrumentes of vnryghtewesnes vnto synne: but geue ouer your selues vnto God as they that of deed, are alyue. And geue ouer youre members as instrumentes of ryghtewesnes vnto God.
6:14For synne shall not haue power ouer you. Because ye are not vnder the lawe, but vnder grace.
6:15What then? Shall we synne, because we are not vnder the lawe: but vnder grace? God forbyd.
6:16Knowe ye not, how that to whom soeuer ye commit youre selues as seruauntes to obey, hys seruauntes ye are to whom ye obey: whether it be of synne vnto deeth, or of obedience vnto ryghtewesnes?
6:17God be thanked, that though ye were the seruauntes of synne, ye haue yet obeyed with herte vnto the rule of the doctryne, that ye be brought vnto.
6:18Ye are then made fre from synne, and are become the seruauntes of ryghtewesnes.
6:19I speake grosly, because of the infirmytie of youre fleshe. As ye haue geuen youre members seruauntes to vnclennes and to iniquitye, (from one iniquitye to another) euen so now geue ouer youre members seruauntes vnto ryghtewesnes, that ye maye be sanctifyed.
6:20For when ye were the seruauntes of synne, ye were voyde of ryghtewesnes.
6:21What frute had ye then in those thynges, wherof ye are now asshamed. For the ende of those thynges, is deeth.
6:22But now are ye delyuered from synne, & made the seruauntes of God, and haue youre frute to be sanctifyed, and the ende euerlastynge lyfe.
6:23For the rewarde of synne is deeth. but eternall lyfe is the gyfte of God, thorow Iesus Christ oure Lorde.
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."