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The Great Bible 1539



6:1Chyldren, obey youre fathers and mothers in the Lorde: for that is ryght
6:2Honoure thy father and mother, (the same is the fyrst commaundement in the promes)
6:3that thou mayst prospere, and lyue longe on the erth.
6:4Ye fathers moue not youre chyldren to wrath: but brynge them vp thorowe the doctryne and informacyon of the Lorde.
6:5Ye seruauntes, obeye them that are youre bodely masters, with feare & tremblynge, euen with the synglenes of youre herte, as vnto Christ:
6:6not doynge seruice vnto the eye, as they that go about to please men: but as the seruauntes of Christ, doynge the wyll of God from the herte
6:7with good wyll, seruynge the Lorde, and not men.
6:8Knowynge thys, that whatsoeuer good thynge eny man doeth, the same shall he receaue agayne of God, whether he be bonde or fre.
6:9And ye masters, do euen the same thynges vnto them puttinge awaye threatenynges: Knowynge, that youre master also is in heauen, nether is ther eny respecte of person with hym.
6:10Finally my brethren, be stronge thorowe the Lorde and thorowe the power of his myght.
6:11Put on all the armoure of God, that ye maye stande agaynst the assautes of the deuyll.
6:12For we wrestle not agaynst bloude and flesshe: but agaynst rule, agaynst power, agaynst worldy rulers, euen gouerners of the darcknes of thys worlde, agaynst spretuall craftynes in heauenly thynges.
6:13Wherfore take vnto you the whole armoure of God, that ye maye be able to resyste in the euyll daye, and stande perfecte in all thinges.
6:14Stande therfore, and youre loynes gyrd with the trueth, hauynge on the brest plate of ryghtewesnes,
6:15& hauynge shoes on youre fete, that ye maye be prepared for the Gospell of peace.
6:16Aboue all, take to you the shylde of fayth, wherwith ye maye quenche all the fyrie dartes of the wycked.
6:17And take the helmet of saluacyon, and the swearde of the sprete, which is the worde of God.
6:18And praye all wayes with all maner of prayer and supplicacyon in the sprete: and watch ther vnto with all instance and supplycacyon for all saynctes
6:19and for me, that vtteraunce maye be geuen vnto me that I maye open my mouth frely, to vtter the secretes of my Gospell
6:20(wherof I am messenger in bondes) that therin I maye speake frely, as I ought to speake.
6:21But that ye maye also knowe what condicyon I am in, and what I do, Tichicus the deare brother and faythfull mynyster in the Lorde, shall shewe you of all thynges,
6:22whom I haue sent vnto you for the same purpose, that ye myght knowe what case we stande in, and that he myght comforte youre hertes.
6:23Peace be vnto the brethren and loue with fayth, from God the father and from the Lorde Iesus Chryst.
6:24Grace be with all them which loue oure Lorde Iesus Chryst syncerely. Amen.
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."