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The Great Bible 1539



13:1Let brotherly loue continu
13:2Be not forgetfull to lodge straungers, For therby haue dyuers men lodged angels vnwares.
13:3Remember them that are in bondes, euen as though ye were bounde wt them your selues. Be myndfull of them which are in aduersyte, as ye which are yet in the bodye.
13:4Wedlocke is to be had in honoure among all men, and the bed vndefyled. As for whore kepers & aduoutrers God shall iudge them.
13:5Let your conuersacyon be without coueteousnes and be content with soch thynges as ye haue all ready. For he hath sayd: I will not fayle the, nether forsake the:
13:6so that we maye boldly saye: the Lorde is my helper, and I will not feare what man maye do vnto me.
13:7Remember them whych haue the ouersyght of you, whych haue spoken vnto you the worde of God. Whose fayth se that ye folowe, and consider the ende of theyr conuersacyon.
13:8Iesus Christ yesterdaye and to daye, and the same continueth for euer.
13:9Be not caryed aboute with diuers and straunge learnyng. For it is a good thynge that the herte be stablysshed with grace, and not wt meates, which haue not proffeted them that haue had theyr pastyme in them.
13:10We haue an aulter, wherof they maye not eate, which serue in the tabernacle.
13:11For the bodyes of those beastes whose bloud is brought into the holy place by the hye prest to purge synne, are burnt with out the tentes.
13:12Therfore Iesus also to sanctifye the people with hys awne bloud, suffered without the gate.
13:13Let vs goo forth therfore vnto hym, out of the tentes, and suffer rebuke with hym.
13:14For here haue we no continuynge cytie: but we seke one to come.
13:15By him therfore do we offer sacrifyce of lande alwayes to God: that is to saye, the frute of those lippes, which cofesse his name.
13:16To do good & to distribute, forget not, for wt such sacrifyces God is pleased.
13:17Obeye them that haue the ouer syght of you, & submyt your selues vnto them, for they watch for your soules, euen as they that must geue acomptes: that they maye do it with ioye, & not with grefe. For that is an vnproffitable thyng for you.
13:18Praye for vs. For we trust we haue a good conscience among all men, and desyre to lyue honestly,
13:19But I desyre you the more, that ye so do, that I maye be restored to you the sooner.
13:20The God of peace that brought agayne from deeth our Lorde Iesus the gret shepperde of the shepe, thorow the bloud of the euerlastyng testament,
13:21make you parfect in all good workes, to do hys wyll, and bryng to passe, that the thyng which ye do, maye be pleasaunt in his syght thorowe Iesus Christ. To whom be prayse for euer whyle the world endureth. Amen.
13:22I beseche you brethren, suffre the worde of exhortation: for we haue wrytten vnto you in feawe wordes.
13:23Ye knowe our brother Timothe, that he is at libertye: with whom (yf he come shortly) I wyll se you.
13:24Salute them that haue the ouersyght of you, and all the saynctes. They of Italy salute you.
13:25Grace be with you all. Amen.
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."