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The Great Bible 1539



52:1Vp Sion vp, take thy strength vnto the: put on thyne honest rayment O Ierusalem, thou holy citie. For from thys tyme forth, there shall no vncircumcysed ner vncleane person come in the.
52:2Shake the from the dust, aryse & stande vp, O Ierusalem. Plucke out thy neck from the bonde: O thou captiue daughter Sion.
52:3For thus sayeth the Lord: ye are solde for naught, therfore shall ye be redemed also without eny mony.
52:4For thus sayeth the Lorde God: My people wente downe afore tyme into Egypte, there to be straungers, and the kynge of the Assyrians oppressed them wythout anye cause.
52:5And nowe what profyt is it to me (sayth the Lorde) that my people is frely caryed awaye, and brought in to heuynes by their rulers, & my name euer still blasphemed? sayeth the Lorde?
52:6Therfore that my people maye knowe my name, therfore I say in that daye they shall knowe it, that I am he that do speake. I saye euen I.
52:7O howe bewtifull are the fete of the Embassitoure, that bryngeth the message from the mountayne, & proclameth peace: that bryngeth the good tydynges, and preacheth health, and sayeth vnto Sion: Thy God is the kynge.
52:8Thy watchmen shall lyft vp theyr voyce: with lowde voyce shall they preach of hym: for they shall se hym present, when the Lorde shall conuerte Sion.
52:9Be glad, with thankes gyuynge. O thou desolate Ierusalem, & reioyce together for the Lorde hath comforted hys people, he hath delyuered Ierusalem.
52:10The Lorde hath made bare hys holy arme, and shewed it forth in the syght of all the Gentiles, & all the endes of the earth hath sene the sauinge health of our God.
52:11Awaye, awaye, get you out from thence and touche no vncleane thynge. Go oute from amonge soche. And be cleane, that beare the vessell of the Lorde.
52:12For ye shall not escape by rennynge ner by flyenge awaye: but the Lorde shall go before you, and the God of Israel shall gather you together.
52:13Beholde, my seruaunt shall deale wysely, therfore shall he be magnified, exalted & greatly honoured.
52:14Lyke as the multitude shall wondre vpon hym, because hys face shalbe so deformed & not as a mans face, hys bewtye lyke no man:
52:15Euen so shall the multitude of the Gentyles loke vnto hym, & kynges shall shut their mouthes before him. For they that haue not bene tolde of him, shall se hym, & they that herde nothynge of hym, shall beholde him.
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."