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The Great Bible 1539



48:1Heare this, O thou house of Iacob: ye that are called by the name of Israel, and are come out of one stocke with Iuda: which sweare by the name of the Lorde, and beare witnes by the God of Israel (but not with trueth and ryght)
48:2which are called fremen of the holy cytie, & are grounded vpon the God of Israel, whose name is the Lord of Hostes.
48:3The thinges that I shewed you euer sence the begynnynge haue I not brought them to passe, immediatly as they came out of my mouth, and declared them, and they are come?
48:4Howbeit, I knowe that thou art obstinate, and that thy neck hath an yron veyne, & that thy browe is of brasse.
48:5Neuerthelesse, I haue euer sence the begynninge shewed the of thinges for to come, and declared them vnto the, or euer they came to passe: that thou shuldest not saye: myne Idol hath done it, my carued or molten ymage hath shewed it.
48:6Thou herdest it before, and beholde, It is come to passe, and whether can ye prophecye of thynges to come? But as for me, I tolde the before at the begynnynge, newe and secret thynges, that thou knowest not of.
48:7And some done nowe, not of olde tyme, wherof thou neuer herdest before they were brought to passe: that thou canst not saye: Beholde, I knewe of them:
48:8Moreouer, there be some wherof thou hast nether hearde ner knowne, nether haue they bene opened vnto thyne eares afore tyme. For I knewe that thou woldest maliciously offende, therfore haue I called the a transgressoure, euen from thy mothers wombe.
48:9Neuertheles, for my names sake, I wyll wtdrawe my wrath: & it shalbe for myne honours sake, yf I paciently forbeare the, and do not rote the out.
48:10Beholde, I haue pourged the, yet not as siluer. I haue chosen the in the fyer of affliccyon:
48:11and that onely for myne awne sake: yee, euen for myne awne sake will I do this: or els, what dishonour wolde they do to my name?
48:12Herken vnto me, O Iacob, and Israel whom I haue called, I am he. I am euen he that is, I am the fyrst & the last.
48:13My hande hath layde the foundacyon of the earth: and my right hande hath spanned ouer the heauens. Assone as I call them they are there.
48:14Gather you all together, and herken: Which of yonder goddes hath declared this? The Lorde hath a loue vnto him, and he shall perfourme hys wyll agaynst Babel, & declare hys power agaynst the Chaldees.
48:15I my selfe alone, euen I haue told you this before. Yee, I dyd call hym & bringe hym forth: and he shall geue a prosperous iorney.
48:16Come nye and heare thys: haue I spoken eny thing darckly, sens the beginnynge? When a thyng beginneth, I am there. Wherfore, the Lorde God and hys sprete hath sent me.
48:17And thus sayth the Lord God thy redemer, the holy one of Israel: I am the Lorde thy God, which teach the profitable thynges, and leade the the waye, that thou shuldst go.
48:18O that thou hadst regarded my commaundementes, then had thy welthynes bene as the water streame: and thy righteousnes as the waues flowynge in the see:
48:19Thy seede also had be like as the sande in the see, and the frute of thy body lyke the grauelle stones therof. His name shulde not be roted out: nor destroyed before me.
48:20Go awaye from Babilon, flye from the Chaldees wt a mery voyce speake of this, declare it abroade, and go forth vnto the ende of the worlde, saye: The Lorde hath redemed hys seruaunt Iacob,
48:21that they suffred no thurst, he lead them thorow the wildernes, and caused the waters to flowe out vnto them from out of the rocke. He claue the rocke a sonder, and the water gusshed out.
48:22As for the vngodly, they haue no peace, sayth 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."