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The Great Bible 1539



2:1Then fouretene yeares thereafter, I went vp agayne to Ierusalem with Barnabas, and toke Titus with me.
2:2I went vp also by reuelacyon, and commened with them of the Gospell which I preache amonge the Gentyls (but specially) with them which were counted chyefe, leest I shulde runne or had runne in vayne.
2:3Also Titus which was wt me, though he were a greke, yet was not compelled to be circumcised:
2:4and that because of incommers beynge false brethren, which came in preuely to spye out oure libertye which we haue in Christ Iesu, that they myght bringe vs in to bondage.
2:5To whom we gaue no rowme, no not for the tyme (by waye of subieccyon) because that the trueth of the Gospell myght contynue with you.
2:6Of them which semed to be somwhat, what they were in tyme passed it make the no matter to me. God loketh on the outwarde appearaunce of no man. Neuertheles they which semed greate, added nothynge to me.
2:7But contrary wyse, when they sawe that the gospell ouer the vncircumcision was committed vnto me, as the gospell ouer the circumcisyon was commytted vnto Peter.
2:8For he that was myghty in Peter in the Apostleshyppe ouer the circumcisyon, the same was myghty in me amonge the Gentyls.
2:9When they perceaued the grace that was geuen vnto me, then Iames, Cephas and Iohn, which semed to be pyllers, gaue to me and Barnabas the ryght handes of that felowshyppe, that we shulde be Apostles among the Heythen, and they in the circumcisyon:
2:10onely that we shuld remember the poore. Wherin also I was diligent to do the same.
2:11But when Peter was come to Antioche I withstode him openly, because he was worthy to be blamed.
2:12For yer that certayne cam from Iames, he dyd eate with the Gentyls. But when they were come, he withdrue and separated hym selfe from them, fearynge them which were of the circumcisyon.
2:13And the other Iewes dissembled as well as he: in so moche that Barnabas also was brought into their symulacion.
2:14But when I sawe that they went not the right waye after the trueth of the Gospell, I sayde vnto Peter before them all: yf thou beynge a Iewe, lyuest after the maner of the Gentyls, and not as do the Iewes: why causest thou the Gentyls to lyue as do the Iewes?
2:15For we which are Iewes by nature, and not synners of the Gentyls,
2:16knowe that a man is not iustifyed by the dedes of the lawe, but by the fayth of Iesus Christ: And we haue beleued on Iesus Chryst, that we might be iustifyed by the faith of Christ, and not by the dedes of the lawe: because by the dedes of the lawe no flesshe shalbe iustifyed.
2:17If whyle we seke to be made ryghtewes by Christ, we our selues are founde synners, is then Christ the minyster of synne? God forbyd.
2:18For yf I buylde agayne the thynges which I destroyed, then make I my selfe a trespasser.
2:19For I (thorowe the lawe) haue bene deed to the lawe, that I myght lyue vnto Christ.
2:20I am crucified wt Christ. Neuertheles I lyue: yet nowe not I, but Christ lyueth in me. The lyfe which I nowe lyue in the flesshe, I lyue by the fayth of the sonne of God which loued me, and gaue hym selfe for me.
2:21I despyse not the grace of God. For yf ryghtewesnes come of the lawe, then Christ is deed in vayne.
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."