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The Great Bible 1539



45:1Thus sayeth the Lord vnto Cyrus his anoynted whom I haue taken by the ryght hande, to subdue nations before him. I wyll lowse the gyrdle of kynges, & I wyll open the gates before his face, and not to shut their dores.
45:2I will go before the, and make the croked streyght, I shall breake the brasen dores, & burst the yron barres.
45:3I shall geue the the hyd treasures, & the thynge which is secretly kept: that thou mayest knowe that I am the Lorde God of Israel which haue called the by thy name:
45:4& that for Iacob my seruauntes sake, & for Israel my chosen. For I called the by thy name, and ordeyned the or euer thou knewest me.
45:5Euen I the Lord before whom there is none other: for without me ther is no God. I haue prepared the or euer thou knewest me,
45:6that I myght be knowne from the rysing of the sunne to the goynge downe of the same, that all is nothynge without me. For I am the Lorde, and there is els none.
45:7It is I that created the lyght & darcknes. I make peace and trouble: yee, euen I the Lorde do all these thinges.
45:8Ye heauens from aboue droppe downe, & let the cloudes rayne ryghteousnes. The earth open it selfe, and bringe forth health, that therby righteousnes maye florysh. Euen I the Lorde bringe it to passe.
45:9Wo be vnto him that stryueth wt his maker, the potsherde with the potter. Sayeth the claye to the potter. What makest thou? or thy worke serueth for nothing?
45:10Wo be vnto him that sayeth to hys father. Why begettest thou? And to his mother: why bearest thou?
45:11Thus sayeth the Lorde, euen the holy one, & maker of Israel. Aske me of thynges for to come, concernynge my sonnes: and put me in remembraunce, as touching the worckes of my handes:
45:12I haue made the earth, and created man vpon it. With myne handes haue I spred forth heauen, and geuen a commaundement for all the hoost therof.
45:13I shall wake him vp with ryghteousnes, and ordre all his wayes. He shall buylde my cytie, and let out my prisoners: & that nether for gyft nor rewardes, sayeth the Lord of Hostes.
45:14Thus sayeth the Lord. The occupiers of Egypt, the marchauntes of the Morians and Sabees, shall come vnto the with tribute, they shalbe thyne, they shall folowe the, and go with cheynes vpon their fete. They shall fall downe before the, and make supplicacyon vnto the. For God (without whom there is none other God) shalbe with the.
45:15O howe profounde art thou O God, thou God and Sauioure of Israel?
45:16Confounded are they all, and put to dishonoure: they are gone hence together with shame, euen the makers of ymages.
45:17But Israel shalbe saued in the Lorde, which is the euerlastinge saluacyon. Ye shall not come to shame ner confusyon, worlde without ende.
45:18For thus sayeth the Lord: euen he that created heauen, the God that made the earth, that fashyoned it, and sett it forth. He dyd not make it for naught, but to be enhabited. Euen I the Lorde, without whom there is none other.
45:19I haue not spoken secretly, nether in darcke places of the earth. It is not for naught, that I sayde vnto the sede of Iacob: seke me. I am the Lorde, which when I speake, declareth the thing that is righteous & true:
45:20gather you & come together, draw nie hyther, you that are escaped of the people. Haue they eny vnderstandynge, that set vp the stockes of theyr Idols, & praye vnto a God, that cannot helpe them?
45:21drawe nye, come hyther, and let them aske councell one at another and shewe forth. What is he, that tolde thys before? or, who spake of it, euer sence the begynning? Haue not I the Lord done it? wtout whom there is none other God? the true God and Sauioure, and ther is els none but I?
45:22And therfore turne you vnto me (all ye endes of the earth) that ye maye be saued: for I am God, & there is els none.
45:23I sweare by my selfe: oute of my mouth commeth the word of ryghteousnesse, and that maye no man turne: but all knees shall bowe vnto me, and all tunges shall sweare by my name,
45:24saying. Uerely, in the Lord is my ryghteousnes and strength. To him shal men come: but all they that thincke scorne of him, shalbe confounded.
45:25And the whole sede of Israel shalbe iustified and make their boast in the Lorde.
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."