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The Great Bible 1539



6:1Therfore leauynge the doctryne that pertayneth to the begynnynge of Christen men, let vs go forth vnto perfeccion, not layenge agayne the foundacyon of repentaunce from deed workes and of fayth towarde God,
6:2of baptysynges, of doctryne, and of layinge on of handes, and of resurreccyon from deeth, and of eternall iudgement.
6:3And so wyll we do If God permytte.
6:4For it can not be that they which were once lyghted, and haue tasted of the heauenly gyfte, & were become partakers of the holy goost,
6:5and haue tasted of the good worde of God, and of the power of the worlde to come:
6:6yf they fall awaye (and as concernynge them selues crucifye the sonne of God a fresshe, and make a mocke of him) that they shulde be renued agayne by repentaunce.
6:7For the erth which dryncketh in the rayne that commeth oft vpon it, and bringeth forth herbes mete for them that dresse it, receaueth blessinge of God.
6:8But that grounde which beareth thornes and bryars, is reproued, and is nye vnto cursynge: whose ende is to be burned.
6:9Neuerthelesse (deare frendes) we trust to se better of you, and thynges which accompany saluacion, though we thus speake.
6:10For God is not vnryghteous that he shulde forget youre worke and laboure that procedeth of loue, which loue ye shewe in his name, which haue ministred vnto the saynctes, and yet minister.
6:11Yee, and we desyre, that euery one of you shewe the same diligence, to the full stablishinge of hope, euen vnto the ende,
6:12that ye faynt not, but be folowers of them, which thorowe fayth and pacience receaue the enheritaunce of the promyse.
6:13For when God made promes to Abraham because he had none greater to sweare by he sware by him selfe,
6:14sayinge: Surely I will blesse the, and multiplie the in dede.
6:15And so after that he had taried paciently, he enioyed the promes.
6:16For men verely sweare by hym that is greater then them selues, and an othe to confyrme the thynge, is to them an ende of all stryfe.
6:17So God wyllinge very aboundantly to shewe vnto the heyres of promes, the stablenes of his counsayl, added an oth:
6:18that by two immutable thynges (in whych it was vnpossible that God shulde lye) we myght haue a stronge consolacyon, which hitherto haue fled, for to holde fast the hope that is set before vs,
6:19whych hope we holde as an ancre of the soule both sure and stedfast, whych hope also entreth in, into those thinges which are with in the vayle,
6:20where the fore runner is for vs entred, euen Iesus, that is made an hye preste for euer, after the order of Melchisedech.
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."