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The Great Bible 1539



4:1The sprete speaketh euydently, that in the later tymes some shall departe from the fayth, and shall geue hede vnto spretes of erroure, and deuelysshe doctrines of them
4:2which speake false thorowe ypocrysye, & haue their consciences marcked wt an hote yron,
4:3forbyddynge to mary, & commaundynge to abstayne from meates which God hath created to be receaued with geuynge thanckes, of them whych beleue, & knowe the trueth.
4:4For all the creatures of God are good, & nothynge to be refused, yf it be receaued with thankesgeuynge.
4:5For it is sanctified by the worde of God & prayer.
4:6If thou put the brethren in remembraunce of these thynges thou shalt be a good mynyster of Iesu Chryst whych hast bene norisshed vp in the wordes of the fayth & of good doctrine, whych thou hast continually followed.
4:7But cast awaye vngostly and olde wyues fables. Exercyse thy selfe rather vnto godlynes.
4:8For bodely exercyse profyteth lytell: but godlynes is profytable vnto all thynges, as a thinge which hath promyses of the lyfe that is nowe, & of the lyfe to come.
4:9This is a sure sayinge, & by all meanes worthy to be alowed.
4:10For therfore we bothe laboure & suffre rebuke, because we haue a stead fast hope in the lyuinge God, which is the saueoure of all men, specially of those that beleue.
4:11Soch thynges commaunde & teache.
4:12Let no man despyse thy youth but be vnto them that beleue, an ensample, in worde, in conuersacyon, in loue, in sprete, in fayth, in purenes.
4:13Tyll I come, geue attendaunce to readynge, to exhortacyon, to doctrine.
4:14Despyse not the gyfte that is in the, whych was geuen the thorowe prophesye, with the layinge on of handes by the auctoryte of presthode.
4:15These thinges exercyse, and geue thy selfe vnto them, that it maye be sene, howe thou profetest in all thynges.
4:16Take hede vnto thy selfe, and vnto learnynge, and continue therin. For yf thou shalt so do, thou shalt saue thy selfe, & them that heare the.
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."