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The Great Bible 1539



16:1Concernyng the gatherynge for the sainctes, as I haue ordeyned in the congregacyons of Galacia, euen so do ye.
16:2Upon some Saboth daye let euery one of you put a syde at home, and laye vp whatsoeuer is mete, that there be no gatherynges when I come.
16:3When I am come, whomsoeuer ye shall alowe by youre letters, them wyll I sende, to brynge youre liberalyte vnto Ierusalem.
16:4And yf it be mete that I go also, they shall go wt me.
16:5I wyll come vnto you whan I go ouer to Macedonia. For I wyll go thorowe out Macedonia.
16:6With you parauenture I wyll abyde a whyle: or els tary all wynter, that ye maye brynge me on my waye, whythersoeuer I go.
16:7I wyll not se you now in my passage: but I trust to abyde a whyle with you, yf God shall suffre me.
16:8I wyll tary at Ephesus, vntyll the fyftyeth daye.
16:9For a greate dore and a frutefull is opened vnto me and ther are many aduersaryes.
16:10If Timotheus come, se that he be with out feare with you. For he worketh the worcke of the Lorde, as I do:
16:11let no man therfore despyse him. but conuaye hym forth in peace, that he maye come vnto me. For I loke for him with the brethren.
16:12To speake of brother Apollo I greatly desyred him, to come vnto you with the brethren, but his mynde was not at all to come at this tyme. Howbeit, he wyll come, when he shall haue conuenient tyme.
16:13Watche ye, stonde fast in the fayth, quyte you lyke men, be stronge.
16:14Let all youre busynes be done with loue.
16:15Brethren, ye knowe the house of Stephana how that they are the fyrst frutes of Achaia, and that they haue apoynted them selues to minister vnto the sainctes:
16:16I beseche you that ye be obedient vnto soche, and to all that helpe and laboure.
16:17I am glad of the commynge of Stephana & Fortunatus and Achaicus: for that whych was lackinge vnto me on youre parte they haue supplied.
16:18For they haue comforted my sprete & youres. Loke therfore that ye knowe them that are soche.
16:19The congregacyons of Asia salute you Aquila and Priscilla salute you moch in the Lorde, and so doeth the congregacyon that is in their house.
16:20All the brethren grete you Grete ye one another with an holy kysse.
16:21The salutacyon of me Paul with myne awne hande.
16:22If eny man loue not the Lord Iesus Christ, the same be Anathema maranatha.
16:23The grace of the Lord Iesus Christ be with you:
16:24My loue be with you all in Christ Iesu. 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."