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The Great Bible 1539



6:1We also as helpers exhorte you that ye receaue not the grace of God in vayne.
6:2For he sayth: I haue heard the in a tyme accepted: and in the daye of saluacyon, haue I suckered the. Beholde, now is that accepted tyme: beholde, now is that daye of saluacyon.
6:3Lett vs geue no occasyon of euyll, that in oure offyce be founde no faute:
6:4but in all thynges let vs behaue oure selues as the minysters of God. In moch pacience, in affliccyons, in necessitees in anguysshes,
6:5in strypes, in presonmentes: in stryfes: in laboures, in watchynges, in fastynges,
6:6in purenes, in knowledge, in longe suffring, in kyndenes, in the holy ghost, in loue vnfayned,
6:7in the worde of trueth, in the power of God, by the armoure of ryghtewesnes of the ryght hande & on the lyfte
6:8be honoure and dishonoure: be euyll reporte & good reporte: as desceauers, and yet true,
6:9as vnknowen, and yet knowen: as dyinge, and beholde, we lyue: as chastened, and not kylled:
6:10as sorowing, & yet alwaye merye: as poore, and yet make many ryche: as hauinge nothyng, & yet possessyng all thynges.
6:11O ye Corynthyans, oure mouth is open vnto you. Oure hert is made large:
6:12ye are in no strayte in vs, but are in a strayte in youre awne bowelles:
6:13I promyse vnto you lyke reward, as vnto chyldren.
6:14Set your selues at large, and beare not ye the yoke wt the vnbeleuers. For what fellyship hath ryghtewesnes with vnryghtewesnes? Or what company hath lyght wt darknes?
6:15Or what concorde hath Christ with Beliall? Ether what parte hath he that beleueth, with an infidell?
6:16Or how agreeth the temple of God with Images for ye are the temple of the lyuinge God, as sayde God? I wyll dwell amonge them, & walcke amonge them, and wylbe their God: & they shalbe my people.
6:17Wherfore come out from amonge them, and separate youre selues from them (sayth the Lorde) and touche none vncleane thynge: so wyll I receaue you,
6:18and wylbe a father vnto you, and ye shalbe my sonnes & daughters, sayth the Lorde allmyghty.
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."