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The Great Bible 1539



3:1And wryte vnto the messenger of the congregacion that is at Sardis: this sayth he that hath the seuen spretes of God & the seuen starres. I know thy workes, thou hast a name that thou lyuest, and thou art deed.
3:2Be awake, and strength the thynges which remayne, that are redy to dye. For I haue not founde thy worckes perfayete before God.
3:3Remember therfore, how thou hast receaued & heard, & hold faste, & repent. If thou shalt not watche, I wyll come on the as a thefe, & thou shalt not know what houre I wyll come vpon the.
3:4Thou hast a feawe names in Sardys, whych haue not defyled theyr garmentes, & they shall walke wyth me in whyte, for they are worthy.
3:5He that ouercommeth, shalbe thus clothed in whyte araye, and I wyll not put out his name out of the boke of lyfe, and I wyll confesse hys name before my father, and before hys Angels.
3:6Let hym that hath eares, heare, what the sprete sayth vnto the congregacyons.
3:7And wryte vnto the angell of the congregacion of Phyladelphia: this sayth he that is holy and true, which hath the keye of Dauid: whych openeth and no man shutteth, and shutteth, & no man openeth.
3:8I knowe thy worckes. Beholde, I haue set before the an open dore, and no man can shut it, for thou hast a lytell strength, & haste kept my sayinges: & hast not denyed my name.
3:9Beholde, I make them of the congregacyon of Sathan, whych call them selues Iewes, and are not, but do lye: Beholde, I wyll make them that they shall come, and worshypp before thy fete: and shall knowe, that I haue loued the.
3:10Because thou hast kept the wordes of my pacyence, therfore I wyll kepe the from the houre of temptacyon, which wyll come vpon all the worlde, to tempte them that dwell vpon the erth.
3:11Beholde, I come shortly. Holde that which thou hast, that no man take awaye thy crowne.
3:12Hym that ouercommeth, wyll I make a pyllar in the temple of my God, & he shall go nomore out, And I wyll wryte vpon hym, the name of my God and the name of the cytye of my God, new Ierusalem: whych commeth downe out of heauen from my God, and I wyll wryte vpon hym my new name.
3:13Let hym that hath eares, heare, what the sprete sayth vnto the congregacyons.
3:14And vnto the messenger of the congregacyon whych is in Laodicia, wryte: This sayth (Amen) the faythfull and true wytnes, the begynnyng of the creatures of God.
3:15I know thy workes, that thou art nether colde nor hotte: I wolde thou were colde or hotte.
3:16So then because thou arr betwene bothe, and nether colde ner hote, I wyll spewe the out of my mouth,
3:17because thou sayest: I am ryche & incresyd wyth goodes, and haue nede of nothyng, and knowest not, how thou art wretched & myserable, and poore, & blynde and nakyd.
3:18I counsell the to bye of me, golde tryed in the fyre, that thou mayste be ryche: and whyte rayment, that thou mayste be clothed, that thy fylthy nakednes do not appeare, & anoynt thyne eyes wyth eye salue that thou mayste se.
3:19As many as I loue, I rebuke, & chasten, Be feruent therfore, and repent.
3:20Beholde, I stande at the dore, & knocke. If eny man heare my voyce, and open the dore, I wyll come in to hym, and wyll suppe with hym, and he with me.
3:21To hym that ouercommeth wyll I graunte to syt with me in my seate, euen as I ouercam, & haue sytten with my father in his seate.
3:22Lett hym that hath eares heare, what the sprete sayth vnto the congregacyons.
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."