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The Great Bible 1539



10:1For the lawe (hauynge the shadowe of good thynges to come, and not the very fasshion of the thinges them selues) can neuer with those sacrifices which they offer; yeare by yeare continually make the commers therunto parfayt.
10:2For wold not then those sacrifices haue ceased to haue bene offred, because that the offerers once purged shuld haue had no more conscience of synnes?
10:3Neuerthelesse, in those sacrifyces, is there mencyon made of synnes euery yeare.
10:4For the bloude of oxen and of goates can not take awaye synnes.
10:5Wherfore, when he commeth into the worlde he sayth: Sacryfyce and offerynge thou woldest not haue: but a bodye hast thou ordeyned me:
10:6Burnt offerynges also for synne hast thou not alowed.
10:7Then sayd I: lo, I am here. In the begynnyng of the booke it is written of me, that I shuld do thy will, o God.
10:8Aboue, when he sayeth: sacryfice & offeryng, & burnt sacryfyces and synne offerynges thou woldest not haue, nether hast thou alowed them (whiche yet are offered by the lawe)
10:9then sayd he: Lo, I am here, to do thy wyll, o God: he taketh awaye the fyrst to stablisshe the latter,
10:10by wych will we are made holy, euyn by the offeryng of the body of Iesu Christe once for all.
10:11And euery prest is ready dayly ministring and offryng often tymes one maner of oblacion, which can neuer take awaye synnes.
10:12But thys man after he hath offered one sacrifice for synnes, is set downe for euer on the ryght hand of God,
10:13& from hence forth taryeth tyll his foes be made his fote stole.
10:14For wt one offeringe hath he made parfecte for euer, them that are sanctyfyed.
10:15The holy goost him self also beareth vs recorde, euen when he tolde before:
10:16This is the testament that I wyll make vnto them: after those dayes (sayth the lorde) I will put my lawes in their hertes, & in their myndes will I write them,
10:17& their synnes & iniquities will I remember nomore.
10:18And where remission of these thynges is, ther is nomore offeryng for synne.
10:19Seyng therfore brethren, that by the meanes of the bloud of Iesu we haue libertye to enter into the holy place,
10:20by the new & lyuing waye whych he hath prepared for vs, through the vayle (that is to saye, by his flesshe.)
10:21And seing also that we haue an hye prest whych is ruler ouer the house of God,
10:22let vs draw nye wt a true herte in a sure fayth, sprynckeled in our hertes & the euyll conscience put awaye & wesshed in our bodyes wt pure water:
10:23let vs kepe the profession of our hope, wt out waueryng (for he is faithfull that promysed)
10:24& let vs consider one another, to the intent that we maye prouoke vnto loue, & to good workes,
10:25not forsakynge the felishyppe that we haue among our selues, as the maner of some is: but let vs exhorte one another, & so moch the more, because ye se that the daye draweth nye.
10:26For yf we synne wyllfully after that we haue receaued the knowledge of the trueth, ther remayneth nomore sacryfyce for synnes,
10:27but a fearfull lokyng for iudgement, & violent fyre, whych shall deuoure the aduersaries.
10:28He that despiseth Moses lawe, dyeth wythout mercy vnder two or thre witnesses:
10:29how moch sorer (suppose ye) shall he be ponisshed which treadeth vnder fote the sonne of God: & counteth the bloude of the testament, wherwith he was sanctifyed, as an vnholy thyng, & doth dishonoure to the sprete of grace.
10:30For we knowe hym that hath sayd: It belongeth vnto me to take vengeaunce. I wyll recompence sayth the Lord. And agayne: the Lord shal iudge his people.
10:31It is a fearfull thynge to fall into the handes of the lyuyng God.
10:32Call to remembraunce the dayes that are passed, in the whych after ye had receaued lyght, ye endured a greate fyght of aduersities,
10:33partly whyle all men wondred & gased at you for the shame and tribulacyon on that was done vnto you: partly, whyle ye became companyons of them which so passed their tyme.
10:34For ye became parttakers also of the afflyccyons whych happened thorow my bondes, & toke in worth the spoylyng of your goodes, & that wyth gladnes: knowynge in your selues, how that ye haue in heauen a better & an enduring substaunce.
10:35Cast not awaye therfore your confydence, whych hath a great recompence of rewarde.
10:36For ye haue nede of pacyence, that after ye haue done the wyll of God, ye myght receaue the promes.
10:37For yet a very lytell whyle, & he that shall come wyll come, & wyll not tary.
10:38But the iust shall lyue by faith. And yf he withdrawe him selfe, my soule shall haue no pleasure in him.
10:39It is not we that withdrawe our selues vnto dampnacion, but we partayne vnto fayth, to the wynnynge of the soule.
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."