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The Great Bible 1539



22:1The burthen of the valley of vision: What hast thou to do here, that thou clymest vnto the house toppes?
22:2Thou that art full of occupieng, thou sedicious & proude citye: thy slayne men are nether put to death wyth swerde, ner deed in batell.
22:3All thy captaynes are fugitiue together, the archers haue taken them presoners: All they that are founde in the, are in captiuyte together, because they fled farre of.
22:4Therfore sayd I: let me alone & I wyll make lamentacion. Ye shall not be able to comforte me, because of the destruccyon of the daughter of my people.
22:5For thys is a daye of trouble, of ruyne, & of destruccyon that the Lorde wyll bryng to passe in the valley of vision, breakyng downe the citye, & cryeng vnto mountaynes.
22:6Elam bare the quyuer wt a charet of fote men and of horsmen, and the cytye of Kyr shewed the shylde open.
22:7Thy chefe valley also was full of charetes, and the horsmen set theyr faces directly towarde the gate.
22:8And in that daye dyd the enemye take awaye the bewtye of Iuda, and then dyddest thou loke towarde the armoure of the house of the forest.
22:9Yee haue sene also the broken places of the citye of Dauid, how that they are many, & ye gathered together the waters of the lower pole.
22:10As for the houses of Ierusalem ye haue nombred them, and the houses haue ye broken downe to make the wall strong.
22:11A pytt also haue ye made betwene the two walles, for the waters of the olde pole, and haue not regarded the maker therof, nether had respecte vnto him that toke it in hande.
22:12And in that daye dyd the Lorde God of hoostes call men vnto wepyng and mournyng, to baldnesse & gyrdyng aboute wyth sack cloth.
22:13And Behold, they haue ioye and gladnesse, slayeng oxen & kylling shepe eatyng flesh & drynkyng wyne: Let vs eate and drynke: for tomorowe we shal dye
22:14And it came to the eares of the Lord of hoostes: This iniquite shall not be pourged from you till ye dye, sayeth the lord God of hostes.
22:15Thus sayeth the Lord God of hostes: Go, get the into younder treasurer, euen vnto Sebna, which is the ruler of the house.
22:16What hast thou to do here? and whom hast thou here, that thou shuldest here hewe the out a sepulcre, as it were one that heweth hym out a sepulcre an hye, or that graueth an habitacion for him self in a hard rock?
22:17Beholde, O thou man, the Lord shall carye the awaye into captiuite, & shall surely couer the with confusion.
22:18The Lord shall turne the ouer lyke a ball with hys handes into a farre contre: There shalt thou dye, & there (in steade of the charettes of thy pompe) shall the house of thy lord haue confusion
22:19I will dryue the from thy place, & out of thy dwellyng shall he ouerthrow the.
22:20And in that daye shall I call my seruaunt Eliakim the sonne of Helkia.
22:21And with thy garmentes will I clothe him, and wyth thy gyrdle will I strength hym: thy power also will I committe into his hande & he shalbe a father of such as dwel in Ierusalem, and in the house of Iuda.
22:22And the keye of the house of Dauid will I laye vpon his shoulder, so that he shall open and no man shall shut. He shall shut, and no man shall open.
22:23And I wyll fasten hym as a nayle in a sure place, and he shall be the gloryous seate of hys fathers house.
22:24Morouer, all generacions and posterites shall hang vpon him, all the glory of their fathers house, all vessels both great and small, and all instrumentes of measure and musyck.
22:25In that daye (sayeth the Lorde of hostes) shall the nayle that is fastened in the sure place departe, be broken and fall, and the burthen that was vpon it, shall be plucte awaye, for so the lorde hath spoken.
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."