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The Great Bible 1539



14:1But the Lord wylbe mercyfull vnto Iacob, and wil yet chose Israel agayne, and set them in their awne lande. Straungers shal cleaue vnto them, & get them to the house of Iacob.
14:2The people shal take them, & cary them home to their awne lande. And make them to enherite the house of Israel in the lande of the Lord that they maye be seruauntes & hand maydens of the Lord. They shal take those prisoners whose captyues they had bene a fore: & rule those that had oppressed them.
14:3When the Lord now shal bringe the to rest, from the trauayle, feare, & harde bondage that thou wast laden wt all:
14:4then shalt thou vse thys mockage vpon the kyng of Babylon, & saye: How happeneth it that the oppressour leaueth of? Is the golden tribute come to an ende?
14:5The Lord hath broken the ceptre of the vngodly & the rodd of the lordly.
14:6Which when he is wroth smyteth the people wt continual strokes, & tyrannouselye reignethe ouer the hethen whom he persecuted without compassion.
14:7And therfore the whole worlde is now at rest & quyetnes and men synge for ioye.
14:8Ye, euen the Fyrre trees & Cedres of libanus reioyse at thy fall sayeng: Nowe that thou art layd downe, there come no mo vp to hewe downe vs.
14:9Hell also beneth trembleth to mete the at thy commynge, & for thy sake hath raysed his deade, & all myghtie men & princes of the earth. All kynges of the earth stande vp from their seates,
14:10that they may all answere & speake vnto the. Art thou become weake also as we? art thou become lyke vnto vs?
14:11Thy pompe and thy pryde is layde downe into the pyt, and so is the melody of thy instrumentes. Wormes be layde vnder the, & wormes are thy couerynge.
14:12How art thou fallen from heauen (O Lucifer) thou faire mornynge childe? how hast thou gotten a fall euen to the grounde, and art become weaker then the people?
14:13For thou saydest in thyne herte: I will clyme vp into heauen, & exalte my throne aboue besyde the starres of God, I will syt also vpon the holy mount towarde the North,
14:14I will clyme vp aboue the cloudes, and wylbe lyke the hyghest of al.
14:15Yet thou shalt be brought downe to the depe of hell.
14:16They that se the, shall narowly loke vpon the, and thynke in them selues, sayenge: Is thys the man, that brought all landes in feare, and made the kingdomes afrayde?
14:17Is this he that made the worlde in a maner waste, and layde the cytyes to the grounde, which let not his prisoners go out?
14:18The kynges of the nacions lye euery one in his awne house with worshype,
14:19and thou art cast out of thy graue lyke a filthy abhominable braunch: lyke as dead mens raymint that are shot thorow with the swerde, & go downe to the stones of the depe: as a dead coarse that is troden vnder fete:
14:20and art not buried with them. Euen because that thou hast wasted thy lande, and destroyed thy people The generacyon of the wycked shalbe without honour, for euer.
14:21Let there a waye be sought to destroye their children, that he in their fathers wyckednes, that they come not vp agayne to possesse the lande, and fyll the worlde full of enemyes.
14:22I will stande vp agaynst them (sayeth the lord of hostes) & roote out the name & remnaunt sonne, & sonnes sonne of Babylon (sayeth the Lord)
14:23& will geue it to the Otters, & will make water poddels of it. And I wyll swepe them out wt the besome of destruccion, sayeth the Lorde of Hostes.
14:24The Lord of Hostes hath sworne an othe, sayinge? It shall come to passe as I haue determyned, and shalbe fulfylled as I haue deuysed.
14:25So that Assiria shal I destroye in my lande, & vpon my mountaynes will I treade him vnder foote. Wher thorow his yock shal come from them, and his burthen shalbe taken from their shoulder.
14:26Thys deuyce hath God taken thorow the whole worlde, and thys is hys hande stretched out ouer all people.
14:27For yf the Lord of hostes determen a thynge, who is able to dysanulle it? And yf he stretch forth his hande, who maye holde it in agayne?
14:28The same yeare that Kynge Ahaz dyed, god threatened on this maner:
14:29Reioyse not (thou whole Palestyna) because the rod of hym that beateth the is broken: for out of the serpentes rote, there shall come an adder, & the frute shalbe a fyrie flynge worme.
14:30But the fyrst borne of the poore shalbe fed, & the symple shal dwel in safetye. Thy rote also will I destroye wt honger, & it shal slaye thy remnaunt.
14:31Mourne thou porte, wepe thou citye, for (O whole land of Palestina) thou art layde waste for there shall come from the North, a smoke that not one alone may abyde in his place
14:32Who shall then answere the messangers of the Gentyles? For the Lord hath stablyshed Syon, & the poore of his people that be therin, do put theyr trust in him.
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."