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The Great Bible 1539



6:1And he departed thence, & cam into hys awne countre, and hys dyscyples folowed hym.
6:2And when the Sabboth daye was come, he beganne to teache in the synagoge. And many that hearde hym were astonnyed, and sayd: from whence hath he these thynges? And what wysdome is thys that is geuen vnto hym: and suche vertues that are wrought by hys handes?
6:3Is not thys the carpenter Maryes sonne, the brother of Iames and Ioses and of Iuda & Symon? & are not hys systers here wyth vs? And they were offended at hym.
6:4Iesus sayd vnto them: a Prophet is not despysed, but in hys awne countre, and amonge hys awne kynne, and in his owne houshold.
6:5And he coulde there shewe no myracle, but layde hys handes vpon a fewe sycke folcke, and healed them,
6:6and merueyled, because of theyr vnbelefe. And he went aboute by the tounes that laye on euery syde, teaching.
6:7And he called the twelue, and beganne to sende them forth two & two, and gaue them power agaynst vncleane spretes.
6:8And commaunded them, that they shuld take nothing in their iorney saue a rodde onely: no scryppe, no bread, no money in theyr pourse,
6:9but shuld be shood wt sandals. And that they shuld not put on two cootes.
6:10And he sayde vnto them: whersoeuer ye entre in to an house, there abide, tyll ye departe thence.
6:11And whosoeuer shall not receaue you nor heare you, when ye departe thence, shake of the duste that is vnder youre fete, for a witnesse vnto them. I saye verely vnto you: it shalbe easier for Zodom & Gomor in the daye of iudgement, then for that cytie.
6:12And they went out & preached, that men shuld repent:
6:13& they cast out many deuyls: & annoynted many that were sycke wyth oyle, and healed them.
6:14And kynge Herode hearde of hym (for hys name was spred abroade) and he sayde: Iohn Baptyste is rysen agayne from the deed, & therfore myracles are wrought by him.
6:15Other sayd it is Helyas: some sayd: it is a prophet, as one of the Prophetes.
6:16But when Herode hearde of hym, he sayde: it is Iohn whom I beheaded, he is rysen from deeth agayne.
6:17For Herode hym selfe had sent forth men of warre, and layed handes vpon Iohn, and bounde hym, & cast hym into preson for Herodias sake, hys brother Phylyppes wyfe (because he had maryed her).
6:18For Iohn sayde vnto Herode. It is not lawfull for the to haue thy brothers wyfe.
6:19Herodias layd wayte for hym, and wolde haue kylled him, but she coulde not.
6:20For Herod feared Iohn, knowing that he was a iust man & an holy: & gaue hym reuerence: and when he hearde hym, he dyd many thynges, and hearde hym gladly.
6:21And when a conuenyent daye was come, that Herode on hys byrth daye, made a supper to the lordes hye captayns, & chefe estates of Galile:
6:22& whan the daughter of the same Herodias cam in, & daunsed, & pleased Herode & them that sate at bourde also: the kynge sayde vnto the damosell: aske of me what thou wilt, and I wyll geue it the.
6:23And he sware vnto hyr: whatsoeuer thou shalt aske of me, I wyll geue it the euen vnto the one halfe of my kyngdome.
6:24And she went forth, & sayde vnto her mother: what shall I aske? she sayd: Iohn Baptystes head.
6:25And she cam in streyght waye wyth haste vnto the kynge, & asked, sayinge: I wyll, that thou geue me by and by in a charger, the heed, of Iohn Baptyst.
6:26And the kynge was sory: howbeit for hys othes sake, and for theyr sakes whych sate at supper also, he wolde not cast her off.
6:27And immediatly the kyng sent the hangman, and commaunded hys head to be brought in. And he went, and beheaded hym in the preson,
6:28and brought his head in a charger, and gaue it to the damosell, and the damosell gaue it to her mother.
6:29And when hys dyscyples hearde of it, they came, and toke vp hys body, and layed it in a graue.
6:30And the Apostles gathered them selues together vnto Iesus, and told hym all thynges both what they had done, and what they had taught.
6:31And he sayd vnto them come ye alone out of the waye into the wyldernes, & rest a whyle. For there were many commers, and goers, and they had no leasure so moch as to eate.
6:32And he went by shyp out of the waye into a deserte place.
6:33And the people spyed them when they departed: & many knewe hym, & ranne a fote thyther out of all cyties, and cam thyther before them, and came together vnto hym.
6:34And Iesus went out & sawe moche people, & had compassyon on them, because they were lyke shepe, not hauinge a shepherde. And he beganne to teach them many thynges.
6:35And when the daye was now farre spent, hys discyples came vnto hym, sayinge: thys is a desert place, and now the tyme is farre passed,
6:36let them departe, that they maye go into the countrey round about, and into the tounes, & bye them bread: for they haue nothynge to eate.
6:37He answered and sayd vnto them, geue ye them to eate. And they sayde vnto him: shall we go & bye two hundred penyworth of bread, & geue them to eate?
6:38He sayde vnto them: how many loaues haue ye. Go & loke. And when they had searched, they sayd: fyue & two fysshes.
6:39And he commaunded them, to make them all syt doune by companyes vpon the grene grasse.
6:40And they sate doune here arowe and there arowe, by hundredes and by fyfties.
6:41And whan he had taken the fyue loaues and the two fysshes, and loked vp to heauen, he blessed and brake the loaues, and gaue them to hys discyples, to set before them: & the two fysshes deuided he among them all:
6:42And they all dyd eate, and were satysfyed.
6:43And they toke vp twelue baskettes full therof, and of the fysshes.
6:44And they that dyd eate, were about fyue thousand men.
6:45And streyght waye he caused his disciples to go into the shyppe, and to go ouer the see before vnto Bethsayda, whyle se sent awaye the people.
6:46And assone as he had sent them awaye, he departed into a mountayne to pray.
6:47And when euen was come, the shyppe was in the myddes of the see, and he alone on the lande,
6:48& he sawe them troubled in rowynge, for the wynde was contrary vnto them. And aboute the fourth watch of the nyght, he came vnto them, walkynge vpon the see, and wolde haue passed by them.
6:49But when they sawe hym walkynge vpon the see, they supposed it had bene a sprete, & cryed out:
6:50for they all sawe hym, and were afrayed. And anone he talked wyth them, and sayd vnto them: be of good cheare, it is I, be not afrayed.
6:51And he went vp vnto them into the shyppe, & the wynde ceased, & they were sore amased in them selues beyonde measure, and marueyled.
6:52For they remembred not of the loaues, because their herte was blynded.
6:53And whan they were ouer the water, they came into the lande of Genezareth & drue vp into the hauen,
6:54And assone as they were come out of the shyppe, streyght waye they knewe him,
6:55and ranne forth through out all the regyon rounde about, & began to cary about in beddes those that were sycke, when they heard that he was there.
6:56And whyther soeuer he entred, into tounes, cytyes, or vyllages, they layde the sycke folkes in the streates, & prayed hym that they myght touche, & it were but the hemme of hys vesture. And as many as touched hym, were safe.
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."