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The Great Bible 1539



33:1Wo to the that destroiest, when thou waste not destroyed, thou breakest the leage, where as none hath broken it with the: for when thou shalt leaue destroying, thou thy self shalt be destroyed. And when thou ceasest from breakinge the leage, then shall they breake it to the.
33:2O Lorde, haue mercy vpon vs: we haue put our hole trust in the. Be an arme to suche early: and our helth, in the tyme of trouble.
33:3At that confuse noyse, the people fledd, and at thyne exaltinge, the Heythen were scatred.
33:4And the spoyles shalbe gathered (which shalbe youres) as are the gathering of Bruchus. And the multitude going to it, shalbe as locustes runnyng to and fro.
33:5The Lorde is exalted, for it is he that dwelleth an hye: he hath fylled Zion with iudgement and righteousnes.
33:6And a sure stablysshing of thy tymes shalbe strength, health, wisdome & knowledge: and the very feare of the Lorde shalbe the treasure of it.
33:7Beholde, the messengers shall crie without: & the ambassatours of peace shall weape bytterly:
33:8The stretes are wast, ther walketh no man therin: God hath broken the appoyntment, the cyties are cast awaye, & men are nothing regarded
33:9the desolat erth is in heuynes. Libanus is shamed: & hewen downe. Saron is lyke a wyldernes: Basan & Charmel are despoyled of their frutes.
33:10And therfore sayth the Lord: I will vp nowe: now will I be auaunced: now will I be exalted as a mightye God.
33:11Ye shall conceaue stubble, & beare strawe, & youre sprete shalbe the fyer, that it maye consume you,
33:12& the people shalbe burnt like lyme, & as thornes burne that are hewen of, & cast in the fyer.
33:13Now herken to ye that are farre of how I haue done, & considre my power, ye that be at hande.
33:14The sinners at Zion are afrayde, a soden fearfulnes is come vpon the ypocrites. What is he amonge vs, say they, that shall dwell by the consuming fier? which of vs maye abyde that euerlasting heat?
33:15He that ledeth a godly lyfe, say I, & speaketh the trueth. He that abhorreth gaines wonne by violence & disceyte: he that kepeth his hande that he touch no rewarde: which stoppeth his eares, that he heare no councell agenst the innocent bloude: which holdeth downe his eyes, that he se none euell.
33:16He it is, that shall dwell on hye: whose sauegarde shalbe in a bulwarcke of rockes, to hym shalbe geuen meate, & hys waters shall not fayle.
33:17Thyne eies shall se the king in his glory: euen the king of the farre countreis shall they se:
33:18thine herte studied for feare thinkinge thus. What shall then become of the scribe? of the receyuer of our money? what of him that taxed our fairest houses?
33:19There shalt thou not se a people a straunge tong to haue so diffused a language, that it may not be vnderstand: nether so straunge a speach but it shalbe perceaued.
33:20There shall Zion be sene the heed citye of oure solempne feastes. There shall thyne eyes se Ierusalem that glorious habitatyon: the tabernacle that neuer shall remoue: whose nayles shall neuer be taken out world wt out ende: whose coardes euerychone shall neuer corrupte:
33:21for the gloryous magestie of the Lorde shall there be present among vs: as a place, where fayre broade ryuers & streames are, thorow the which shall nether galey rowe, ner greate shyppe sayle.
33:22For the Lorde is our iudge, the Lorde is our lawe geuer. The Lorde is our king, and he him selfe shalbe our sauioure.
33:23There are the coardes so layde abroade, that they cannot be better. And therfore they haue not fyxed their maste, nor spredde abroade their sayle. Then there is dealed great spoyle: yee, lame men ronne after the pray.
33:24There lyeth no man that sayth: I am syck, but all euell is taken awaye from the people that dwell there.
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."