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The Great Bible 1539



15:1And anone in the dawninge the hye Prestes helde a counsell wt the elders & the Scrybes, & the whole congregacion, & bounde Iesus, & ledde him awaye, & deliuered him to Pilate.
15:2And Pilate asked him: art thou the kynge of the Iewes? And he answered, & sayd vnto hym: thou sayest it.
15:3And the hye prestes accused him of many thinges.
15:4So Pilate asked him agayne, sayinge: Answerest thou nothing? Beholde, how many thinges they lay vnto thy charge.
15:5Iesus yet answered nothing, so that Pilate merueyled.
15:6At that feast Pilate dyd delyuer vnto them a presoner: whomsoeuer they wolde desyre.
15:7And ther was one that was named Barrabas, whych laye bounde with them that made insurreccyon: he had commytted murther.
15:8And the people called vnto him, and began to desyre him, that he wolde do, accordynge as he had euer done vnto them.
15:9Pylate answered them sayenge: Will ye that I let lowse vnto you the kyng of the Iewes?
15:10For he knewe, that the hye Prestes had delyuered him of enuy.
15:11But the hye prestes moued the people, that he shulde rather delyuer Barrabas vnto them.
15:12Pylate answered agayne, and sayde vnto them: What wyll ye then that I do vnto him, whom ye call the kyng of the Iewes?
15:13And they cryed agayne: crucifye him:
15:14Pylate sayd vnto them, What euyll hath he done: And they cryed the moare feruentlye: Crucifye hym:
15:15And so Pylate wyllinge to content the people, let lose Barrabas vnto them & delyuered vp Iesus (when he had scourged hym) for to be crucifyed.
15:16And the soudyers leed him awaye into the commen hall, and called together the whole multitude,
15:17& they clothed him with purple, & they platted a croune of thornes, & crouned him withall,
15:18& beganne to salute him: Hayle kynge of the Iewes.
15:19And they smote hym, on the heed wt a rede and dyd spitt vpon hym & bowed their knees, & worshyped him.
15:20And when they had mocked him, they toke the purple of hym, & put his awne clothes on him, & ledde hym out, to crucifye him.
15:21And they compelled one that passed by, called Simon of Cyrene (the father of Alexander and Rufus) which came out of the felde, to beare his crosse.
15:22And they brought him to a place named Golgotha (whych is yf a man interprete it: the place of deed mens sculles)
15:23and they gaue him to drinke, wyne mingled wyth myrre, but he receaued it not.
15:24And when they had crucifyed him they parted hys garmentes, castinge lotes vpon them, what euery man shulde take.
15:25And it was aboute the third houre, & they crucifyed him.
15:26And the tytle of his cause was wrytten: The kynge of the Iewes.
15:27And they crucified with him two theues. the one on the right hande, & the other on his lyfte.
15:28And the scrypture was fulfylled which sayeth: he was counted amonge the wycked.
15:29And they that went by, rayled on hym: wagging their heedes, and saying: A wretche thou that destroyest the temple, and byldest it in thre dayes:
15:30saue thy selfe, & come doune from the crosse.
15:31Lykewyse also mocked hym the hye Prestes amonge them selues with the Scrybes & sayde, he saued other men, hym selfe he cannot saue.
15:32Let Christ the kynge of Israell descende now from the crosse, that we maye se, & beleue. And they that were crucifyed with him checked him also.
15:33And when the syxte houre was come, darcknes arose ouer all the erth, vntyll the nynth houre.
15:34And at the nynth houre Iesus cryed with a loude voyce, saying: Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani? whych is (yf one interpret it) my God, my God why hast thou forsaken me?
15:35And some of them that stode by, when they hearde that, sayd: beholde, he calleth for Helias.
15:36And one ran, and fylled a sponge full of veneger, and put it on a rede, & gaue him to drincke, sayinge: let him alone, let vs se, whether Helias wyll come and take hym downe:
15:37But Iesus cryed with a loude voyce, and gaue vp the goost.
15:38And the vayle of the temple dyd rent in two peces, from the toppe to the bottome.
15:39And when the Centurion (which stode before him) sawe, that he so cryed, and gaue vp the goost, he sayde: truly this man, was the sonne of God.
15:40Ther were also wemen a good waye of, beholdinge him: amonge whom was Mary Magdalen, and Mary the mother of Iames the lytle: & of Ioses, & Mary Salome
15:41(which also when he was in Galile had folowed him & mynistred vnto him) and many other wemen, whych came vp with him vnto Ierusalem.
15:42And now when the euen was come (because it was the daye of preparing that goeth before the Sabboth)
15:43Ioseph of the cite of Aramathia, a noble Councellour which also loked for the kyngdome of God, came, & went in boldely vnto Pilate, & begged of hym the body of Iesu.
15:44And Pilate merueled, that he was alredy deed, and called vnto him the Centurion, and asked of him, whether he had bene eny whyle deed.
15:45And when he knewe the trueth of the Centurion, he gaue the body to Ioseph.
15:46And he bought a lynnen clothe, and toke him downe, and wrapped him in the lynnen clothe, and layde him in a sepulcre, that was hewen out of the rocke.
15:47And Mary Magdalen and Mary Ioses behelde where he was layde.
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."