Great(i) 1 That which was from the begynnynge, whyche we haue hearde, whyche we haue sene wyth oure eyes, whych we haue loked vpon, and our handes haue handled, of the word of the lyfe. 2 And the lyfe appeared, & we haue sene and beare wytnes, & shewe vnto you that eternall lyfe, whyche was wyth the father, & appeared vnto vs. 3 That which we haue sene & herde, declare we vnto you, that ye also maye haue fellowshyppe with vs, and that oure felloushyppe maye be wyth the father and his sonne Iesus Christ. 4 And thys write we vnto you, that youre ioye maye be full. 5 And this is the tydynges whych we haue hearde of hym & declare vnto you, that God is lyght, & in him is no dercknes at all. 6 If we saye, that we haue feloushippe with hym, and walcke in dercknes, we lye, & do not the truth. 7 But & yf we walke in lyght euen as he is in lyght, then haue we fellishippe wt him, and the bloude of Iesus Christ his sonne clenseth vs from all synne. 8 If we saye that we haue no synne, we deceaue oure selues, and the trueth is not in vs: 9 If we knowledge oure synnes, he is faythfull & iust, to forgeue vs oure synnes, and to clense vs from all vnryghtewesnes. 10 If we saye we haue not synned, we make hym a lyar, and hys worde is not in vs.