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The Great Bible 1539



25:1Thou arte the Lorde my God, I wyll magnifye the, I wyll geue thankes vnto thy name. For thou hast brought wonderfull thinges to passe, according to thyne olde councels truly & faythfully.
25:2Thou hast mad of a citye an heape of stones, and brought a stronge towne into decaye. The habitation of straungers hast thou made to be no citye, nether shal it be builded any more.
25:3Therfore shall the mighty people geue glory vnto the: the citye of the valeaunt Heithen shall feare the.
25:4For thou hast bene a strength vnto the pore, and a succour for the neady in his trouble. A refuge agaynst euell wether, a shadowe against the heate. For the blast of ragyng men is lyke a storme that casteth downe a wall.
25:5Lyke as thou bryngest heate downe out of a drye place, so shalt thou suppresse the noyse of aliauntes. The heate is in the shadow of the cloude: the braunch of the mighty shalbe brought lowe.
25:6And in this mountaine shal the Lord of hostes make vnto all people a feaste of plenteous & delicate thinges, euen of most pleasaunt & deyntie disshes.
25:7And in this mountayne shall the Lorde destroie the couering, that all people are wraped in, and the hanging that is spred vpon all nacyons.
25:8As for death, he hath destroyed it for euer. And the Lorde God shall wype awaye teares from all faces, and the rebuke of his people shall he take a waie out of all the earth. For so the Lorde hath sayde.
25:9And in that daye it shalbe sayde: Lo, this is our God, we haue wayted for hym, & he shall saue vs. Thys is the Lord, in whom we haue hoped, we wylbe mery & reioyce in the saluation that commeth of hym.
25:10For in this mountayne shall the hande of the Lorde cease and Moab shalbe thresshed vnder him, euen as strawe is thresshed vpon the grounde.
25:11And he shall stretch out hys hande in the myddes of them (as he that swymmeth, casteth out his handes to swymme) and with the strength of his handes shall he bring downe their pryde.
25:12The strongholde also and fence of thy walles hath he ouerthrowen & cast downe, & brought them to the grounde, euen vnto dust.
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."