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The Great Bible 1539



2:1Thys is the worde that was opened vnto Esay the sonne of Amos, vpon Iuda & Ierusalem.
2:2It wilbe also in the last dayes that the hyll where the house of the Lorde is builded, shall be the chefe amonge hylles, and exalted aboue all lytle hylles. And all nacyons shall preace vnto hym, and the multytude of people shal go
2:3speaking thus one to another: vp, let vs go to the hyll of the Lord, & to the house of the God of Iacob: that he maye shewe vs his waye, and that we maye walcke in his pathes. For the lawe shall come out of Sion, and the word of the Lorde from Ierusalem,
2:4and shall geue sentence amonge the Heathen, and shall reforme the multitude of people: They shall breake theyr swerdes also in to mattockes, and theyr speares to make sythes. And one people shall not lyft vp weapen against another, nether shal they learne to fyght from thens forth.
2:5Come ye (O house of Iacob) let vs walcke in the lyght of the Lorde.
2:6But thou hast forsaken thy people the house of Iacob, because they go farre beyonde the east contreys in Sorceryes (whom they haue as the Philistines had) and in straunge chyldren they thinke them selues to haue ynough.
2:7Theyr land is full of siluer and gold, nether is there any ende of theyr treasure: Theyr land is also full of horses, & no ende is there of theyr charets.
2:8Theyr lande is also full of vayne goddes, and before the worcke of theyr awne handes haue they bowed them selues, yee, euen before the thinge that theyr awne fyngers haue made.
2:9There kneleth the man, there falleth the man downe before them, but thou (o Lorde) wilt not leaue them vnpunished.
2:10And therfore get the in to some rock, and hyde the in the grounde for feare of the Lord, and for the glory of his magestye:
2:11Which casteth downe the high lookes of presumptuous personnes, and bringeth lowe the pryde of man, and the Lorde only shall be exalted in that daye.
2:12For the daye of the Lord of Hostes shall go ouer al pride and presumption, vpon all them that exalte them selues, and shall brynge them all downe:
2:13vpon all the hygh and stoute Cedre trees of Libanus, & vpon all the okes of Basan,
2:14vpon all hygh hylles, and vpon all stoute mountaynes,
2:15vpon all costly towres, & vpon all stronge walles,
2:16vpon all shyppes of Tharsis, and vpon euery thyng that is glorious and pleasaunt to loke vpon.
2:17And it shall brynge downe the pryde of man, and laye mans presumptuousnesse full lowe, and the Lorde shall only haue the vyctory in that daye.
2:18But the Idols shall vtterly be roted out.
2:19Men shall crepe in to holes of stone, and into caues of the earth, for feare of the Lorde, and for the glory of hys magesty: what tyme as he shall aryse vp to condemne the earth.
2:20Then shall man cast awaye hys goddes of syluer, and hys goddes of gold (which he neuertheles had made to honour them) vnto Molles & Backes:
2:21And they shall crepe in to the caues and rockes, & into the clyftes of hard stones, for feare of God, and for the glory of hys magestye, whan he ryseth to condemne the earth.
2:22Feare not ye then any man, whose breth is in hys nostrels. For what is he of reputacion?
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."