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The Great Bible 1539



4:1Therfore, seyng that we haue soch an offyce, euen as God hath had mercy on vs, we go not out of kynde:
4:2but haue cast from vs the clokes of vnhonestye, and walke not in craftynes, nether handle we the worde of God disceatfully, but open the trueth, & reporte oure selues to euery mannes conscience in the syght of God
4:3If oure Gospell be yet hyd, it is hyd amonge them that are lost,
4:4in whom the God of this world hath blynded the myndes of them which beleue not, lest the lyght of the gospell of the glory of Christ (whych is the ymage of God) shulde shyne vnto them.
4:5For we preache not our selues, but Christ Iesus to be the Lorde, and oure selues youre seruauntes, for Iesus sake.
4:6For it is God, that commaunded the lyght to shyne out of darcknes, which hath shyned in oure hertes, for to geue the lyght of the knowledge of the glory of God, in the face of Iesus Christ.
4:7But we haue this treasure in erthen vessels, that the excellency of the power myght be Gods, and not oures.
4:8We are troubled on euery syde, yet are we not without shyft. We are in pouertie: but not vtterly without somwhat.
4:9We suffre persecucion: but are not forsaken therin. We are cast downe: neuerthelesse we perysshe not.
4:10We all wayes beare aboute in the bodye, the dyinge of the Lorde Iesus, that the lyfe of Iesu myght also appeare in oure bodye.
4:11For we which lyue, are alwayes delyuered vnto deeth for Iesus sake, that the lyfe also of Iesu myght appere in oure mortall flesshe
4:12So then, deeth worketh in vs, but lyfe in you.
4:13But seynge that we haue the same sprete of fayth (accordynge as it is wrytten: I beleued, and therfore haue I spoken.) We also beleue, and therfore speake
4:14For we knowe, that he which raysed vp the Lorde Iesus, shall rayse vp vs also by the meanes of Iesus, & shall sett vs with you.
4:15For all thynges do I for youre sakes that the plenteous grace by thanckes geuen of many, maye redounde to the prayse of God.
4:16Wherfore, we are not weried, But though oure vtwarde man peryshe, yet the inwarde man is renewed daye by daye.
4:17For oure tribulacyon which is momentany and lyght. prepareth an excedinge & an eternall wayght of glorye vnto vs,
4:18while we loke not on the thynges which are sene, but on the thynges whych are not sene. For the thynges whych are sene, are temporall: but thynges whych are not sene, are eternall.
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."