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The Great Bible 1539



7:1It happened in the tyme of Ahaz the sonne of Iotham, which was the sonne of Uziah Kynge of Iuda: that Razin the Kynge of Syria, and Pechah the sonne of Romelyah, kynge of Israel: went vp toward Ierusalem to besege it, but Razin was not able to winne ye.
7:2Now when the house of Dauid (that is Ahaz) herde worde therof, that Syria & Ephraim were confederate together: his herte quaked (yee and the hertes also of his people) lyke as whan a tree in the felde is moued with the wynde.
7:3Then sayde God vnto Esay: go mete Ahaz (thou and thy sonne Sear Iasub) at the head of the ouer pole, in the fote path by the fullers grounde,
7:4& saye vnto hym, take hede to thy selfe & be styll, but feare not, nether be faynt harted, for these two tayles: that is: for these two smokyng fyre brandes, the wrath and furiousnes of Razin the Syrian and Romelies sonne:
7:5because that the kynge of Syria Ephraim and Romelies sonne haue wickedly conspyred agaynst the saying:
7:6We wyll goo vp agaynst Iuda, vexe them, and brynge them vnder vs, and set a kynge there, euen the sonne of Tabeel
7:7For thus sayeth the Lorde God therto, It shal not so goo forth, nether come so to passe:
7:8for the head cytie of the Sirians is Damascus, but the head of Damascus is Rayzin. And after fyue & threscore yeare, shall Ephraim be no more a people.
7:9And the chefe cytie of Ephraim is Samaria, but the head of Samaria is Romelies sonne. Yf ye beleue not: it commeth of thys: that ye are vnfaithfull to God.
7:10Moreouer, God spake once agayne vnto Ahaz, sayinge,
7:11requyre a token of the Lorde thy God, whether it be toward the depth beneth, or towarde the heygth aboue.
7:12Then sayd Ahaz: I will requyre none, nether wyll I tempte the Lorde
7:13The Lorde answered: Then heare to, ye of the house of Dauid: Is it not ynough for you that ye be greuous vnto men, but ye must greue my God also.
7:14And therfore the Lord shall geue you a token: Behold, a vyrgin shall conceaue and beare a sonne, and (thou hys mother) shalt cal his name Emanuel.
7:15Butter and hony shall he eate, that he maye knowe to refuse the euell, and chose the good.
7:16For or euer the chyld come to knowledge, to eschue the euel and chose the good. The lande (that thou so Abhorrest) shalbe desolate of both her kynges.
7:17The Lorde also shall sende a tyme vpon the, vpon thy people, & vpon thy fathers house (soch as neuer came sence the tyme that Ephraim departed from Iuda) thorowe the kynge of the Assirians.
7:18For at the same tyme shall the Lord whystle for the flyes that are aboute the water of Egypt, and for the Bees in the Assirians lande.
7:19These shall come, and shall lyght all in the desolate valeyes, in the holes of stones, vpon all thornye and bushye places.
7:20At the same tyme shall the Lord shaue the heare of the head and the fete and the beerd cleane of, with the rasoure that he shall hyer beyonde the water: namely, with the kynge of the Assirians.
7:21At the same tyme shall a man lyue with a kowe, and two shepe.
7:22Then, because of the aboundaunce of mylck, he shall make butter & eate it. So that euery one which remayneth in the lande, shall eate butter and hony.
7:23At the same tyme all vyneyardes (though there be a thousande vynes in one, & were solde for a thousande syluerlynges) shalbe turned to brears & thornes.
7:24Lyke as they shall come in to the lande wt arowes & bowes, so shall all the lande be come brears and thornes.
7:25And as for al hylles that are hewen downe, ther shall not come vpon them anye feare of brears & thornes. But the catell shal be dryuen thyther, and the shepe shall fede 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."