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The Great Bible 1539



7:1Seynge that we haue soche promyses (dearely beloued) lett vs clense oure selues from all filthynes of the flesshe and sprete, and growe vp to full holynes wyth the feare of God.
7:2Understand vs we haue hurte no man: we haue corrupte no man: we haue defrauded no man.
7:3I speake not this to condemne you: for I haue shewed you before, that ye are in oure hertes to dye & lyue with you:
7:4I am very bolde ouer you, I reioyce greatly in you. I am fylled with comforte, and am exceadynge ioyouse in all oure tribulacyon.
7:5For when we were come into Macedonia oure flesshe had no rest, but we were troubled on euery syde. Outwarde was fyghtyng, inward was feare.
7:6Neuerthelesse God that conforteth the abiecte, conforted vs by the commynge of Titus.
7:7And not by his commynge onely: but also by the consolacyon which we receaued of you: when he tolde vs youre desyre, youre feruent mynde for me: so that I reioyced the more.
7:8For though I made you sory with a letter, I repent not: though I dyd repent. For I perceaue, that the same epistle made you sorye, though it were but for a ceason.
7:9But I nowe reioyce, not that ye were sory, but that ye so sorowed that ye repented. For ye sorowed godly: so that in nothynge ye were hurte by vs.
7:10For godly sorowe causeth repentaunce vnto saluacyon, not to be repented of, contrary wyse, worldely sorowe causeth deeth.
7:11For beholde, what diligence this godly sorowe that ye toke, hath wrought in you: yee it caused you to cleare yourselues. It caused indignacyon, it caused feare, it caused desire. it caused punisshment. For in all thynges ye haue shewed your selues, that ye were cleare in that matter.
7:12Wherfore, though I wrote vnto you, I dyd it not for his cause that had done the hurt, nether for his cause that was hurte: but that youre good mynde for vs might appeare amonge you in the syght of God.
7:13Therfore, we are comforted, because ye are comforted; yee, and exceadingly the more ioyed we, for the ioye that Titus had: because hys sprete was refresshed of you all.
7:14I am therfore not nowe ashamed, though I boasted my selfe to hym of you. For as all thynges which we spake vnto you are true, euen so, oure boastynge that I made vnto Titus is founde true.
7:15And his inwarde affeccion is founde aboundant towarde you, whan he remembreth the obedience of you all howe wt feare & tremblinge ye receaued hym.
7:16I reioyce that I maye be bolde ouer you in all thinges.
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."