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The Great Bible 1539



5:1Be ye therfore folowers of God as deare chyldren,
5:2and walke ye in loue euen as Christ loued vs, and gaue him selfe for vs an offerynge and a sacrifyce of a swete sauer to God
5:3As for fornicacyon and all vnclennes, or coueteousnes let it not be once uamed amonge you, as it be commeth saynctes:
5:4or fylthines or folysshe talkynge, or iestinge, which are not comly: but rather geuynge of thankes.
5:5For thys ye knowe that no whormonger, ether vncleane person, or coueteous person, (which is a worshypper of ymages) hath eny inheritaunce in the kyngdome of Chryst and of God.
5:6Let no man deceaue you with vayne wordes. For because of soche thynges commeth the wrath of God, vpon the chyldren of disobedience.
5:7Be not ye therfore companyons of them.
5:8Ye were somtyme darcknes, but nowe are ye lyght in the Lorde. Walke as children of lyght
5:9(For the frute of the sprete consysteth in all goodnes, and ryghtewesnes and trueth.)
5:10Searchynge what is acceptable vnto the Lorde.
5:11And haue no fellyshyppe with the vnfrutefull workes of darcknes but rather rebuke them.
5:12For it is shame euen to name those thynges which are done of them in secrete:
5:13but all thynges, when they are brought forthe by the lyght, are manifeste. For whatsoeuer is manifeste, that same is lyght.
5:14Wherfore he sayth: awake thou that slepest, and stonde vp from deeth, and Chryst shall geue the lyght.
5:15Take hede therfore howe ye walke circumspectly: not as vnwyse, but as wyse men.
5:16Wynnynge occasyon, because the dayes are euyll.
5:17Wherfore, be ye not vnwyse, but vnderstande what the wyll of the Lorde is,
5:18and be not droncke with wyne wherin is excesse: but be fylled with the sprete,
5:19speakynge vnto youre selues in psalmes and hymnes, and spretuall songes, synginge and makyng melodie to the Lorde in youre hertes,
5:20gyuynge thankes allwayes for all thynges, vnto God the father in the name of oure Lorde Iesus Chryst,
5:21submittynge youre selues one to another in the feare of God.
5:22Ye wemen, submit youre selues vnto youre awne husbandes, as vnto the Lorde.
5:23For the husbande is the wyues heed, euen as Chryst is the heed of the congregacyon, and the same is he that ministreth saluacion vnto the body.
5:24Therfore, as the congregacyon is in subieccyon to Chryst, lykewyse let the wyues also be in subieccyon to theyr husbandes in all thinges.
5:25Ye husbandes, loue youre wyues, euen as Chryst also loued the congregacyon, and gaue hym selfe for it,
5:26to sanctifye it, and clensed it in the fountayne of water thorow the worde,
5:27to make it vnto him selfe a gloryous congregacyon, without spot or wrynckle, or eny soche thynge: but that it shulde be holy, and without blame.
5:28So ought men to loue theyr wyues, as their awne bodyes. He that loueth hys wyfe, loueth hym selfe.
5:29For no man euer yet hated hys awne flesshe: but noryssheth and cherissheth it, euen as the Lorde doth the congregacyon.
5:30For we are members of his body, of his flesshe, and of hys bones.
5:31For thys cause shall a man leaue father and mother, & shall be ioyned vnto his wyfe, and of two shalbe made one flesshe.
5:32Thys is a greate secrete, but I speake of Chryst and of the congregacyon.
5:33Neuerthelesse, do ye so, that euery one loue hys wyfe euen as hym selfe, and let the wyfe reuerence her husbande.
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."