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The Great Bible 1539



9:1The olde testament then had verely ordynaunces, and seruinges of God, and wordly holynes.
9:2For there was a fore tabernacle made, wherin was the lyght, and the table, and the shewe breed, whych hys called holy.
9:3But within the seconde vayle was there a tabernacle, whych is called holyest of all,
9:4whych had the golden senser, and the arcke of the testament ouerlayde round about with golde, wherin was the golden pot with Manna, and Aarons rodde, that spronge and the tables of the testament.
9:5Ouer the arcke were the Cherubins of glory, shadowyng the seate of grace. Of which thynges we cannot now speake particularly.
9:6When these thinges were thus ordeyned, the prestes went allwayes into the fyrst tabernacle, whych executed the seruice of the holy thinges.
9:7But into the seconde, went the hye prest alone once euery yeare: not wyth out bloud which he offered for him selfe, and for the ignoraunces of the people.
9:8Wherwith the holy goost thys signifyed, that the waye of holy thynges was not yet opened, whyll as yet the fyrst tabernacle was standyng.
9:9Which was a symilitude for the tyme then present, in which were offered gyftes and sacrifices, that coulde not make the minister parfecte, as pertayning to the conscyence,
9:10wyth onely meates & drinckes, & diuers wasshinges and iustifyinges of the fleshe, whych were ordeyned vntyll the tyme of reformacyon.
9:11But Christ beynge and hye Prest of good thynges to come, came by a greater & a more perfecte tabernacle, not made wyth handes: that is to saye, not of thys buylding,
9:12nether by the bloude of goates & calues: but by hys awne bloude he entred in once into the holy place, and founde eternall redempcyon.
9:13For yf the bloud of oxen and of gotes & the asshes of a yong kow, when it was sprinckcled, purifieth the vnclene, as touchyng the purifyinge of the flesshe:
9:14how moch moare shall the bloud of Christ (which thorow the eternall sprete, offered him self without spot to God) pourge youre conscience from deed workes, for to serue the lyuinge God?
9:15And for this cause is he the mediator of the new testament, that thorow deeth which chaunsed, for the redempcion of those transgressions that were vnder the fyrst testament they whych are called, myght receaue the promes of eternall inheritaunce.
9:16For where as is a testament, ther must also (of necessite) be the deeth of hym that maketh the testament.
9:17For the testament taketh auctoritie when men are deed: for it is yet of no value, as longe as he that maketh the testament is alyue,
9:18for which cause also nether the first testament was ordeyned without bloude.
9:19For when Moses had declared all the commaundement to all the people according to the lawe, he toke the bloud of calues and of goates, with water & purple wolle, and ysope, and sprinckled both the boke, & all the people,
9:20saying: this is the bloud of the testament, whych God hath appoynted vnto you.
9:21Moreouer, he sprinckled the tabernacle wyth bloud also, and all the ministringe vessels.
9:22And almost all thinges are by the lawe purged with bloud, & without sheadinge of bloud is no remissyon.
9:23It is nede then, that the similitudes of heauenly thynges be purifyed wyth soch thynges: but that the heauenly thynges them selues be purifyed wt better sacrifyces then are those.
9:24For Christ is not entred into the holy places that are made wyth handes (whych are symilitudes of true thynges) but is entred into very heauen, for to appeare now in the syght of God for vs:
9:25not to offer hym selfe often as the hye prest entreth into the holy place euery yeare with straunge bloud,
9:26for then must he haue often offered sence the worlde began. But now in the ende of the worlde, hath he appeared once, to put sinne to flight by the offerynge vp of him selfe.
9:27And as it is apoynted vnto all men tkat they shall once dye, and then commeth the iudgement
9:28euen so Christ was once offered, to take awaye the sinnes of many, & vnto them that loke for hym shall he appeare agayne without synne vnto saluacyon.
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."