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The Great Bible 1539



15:1Then Moses & the chyldren of Israel sange this songe vnto the Lord and sayde: I wyll syng vnto the Lorde: for he hath triumphed gloriously: the horse and him that rode vpon him hath he ouerthrowne in the see.
15:2The Lord is my strength and prayse, and he is become my saluacion. He is my God, and I wyll glorify hym: my fathers God, & I wyll exalte hym.
15:3The Lorde is a man of warre. The Lorde is hys name.
15:4Pharaos charettes and his hoost hath he caste into the see. Hys chosen captaynes also are drowned in the red see,
15:5the depe waters haue couered them: they soncke to the botome as a stone.
15:6Thy ryght hande Lorde, is become glorious in power: thy ryght hande Lorde hath all to dashed the enemy.
15:7And in thy greate glory thou hast ouerthrowne them that rose vp agaynst the: thou sentest forth thy wrath which consumed them euen as stobell.
15:8Thorowe the winde of thy nastrels the water gathered together, the floudes stode styll as an heape, and the depe water congeled together in the hert of the see.
15:9The enemye sayd: I wyll folowe on them: I will ouertake them, I will deuyde the spoyle, I wyll satisfye my lust vpon them, I wyll drawe my sweard, myne hande shall destroye them.
15:10Thou blewdest wt thy wynde, the see couered them, they sancke as leed in the mightye waters.
15:11Who is lyke vnto the, o Lorde, among goddes? who is lyke the so glorious in holynes, fearfull in prayses, shewing wonders?
15:12Thou stretchedest out thy ryght hande, the erth swalowed them.
15:13Thou in thy mercye hast caryed thys people which thou deliueredst: & hast brought them in thy strength vnto thy holy habitatyon.
15:14The nations heard and were afrayed, sorowe came vpon the Philistines.
15:15Then the dukes of the Edomites were amased, and the mightyest of the Moabites, tremblynge came vpon them: all the inhabiters of Canaan waxed faynte harted:
15:16Lett feare and dreade fall vpon them in the greatnes of thyne arme, let them be as styll as a stone, tyll thy people passe thorowe, O Lorde, whyle thys people passe thorowe, which thou hast goten.
15:17Thou shalte brynge them in, and plante them in the mountayne of thyne enheritaunce, the place, Lord, which thou hast made for to dwell in, the sanctuary, o Lorde, which thy handes haue prepared.
15:18The Lorde shall raigne euer and all waye.
15:19For Pharaos horse went in wt his charettes and horsemen into the see, & the Lord brought the waters of the see vpon them. But the children of Israel went on drye land in the myddest of the see.
15:20And Mir Iam a prophetysse the syster of Aaron toke a tymbrell in her hande, & all the wemen came out after her wt tymbrels & daunces.
15:21And Mir Iam sange before them: Synge ye vnto the Lorde: for he hath triumphed gloriously: the horse & his ryder hath he ouerthrowne in the see.
15:22And so Moses brought Israel from the redd see, & they went out into the wildernes of Sur. And they went thre dayes longe in the wildernes, and founde no waters.
15:23And whan they came to Mara, they coulde not drincke of the waters of Mara: for they were bytter: therfore the name of the place was called, Mara,
15:24And the people murmured agaynst Moses, sayinge: what shall we drincke?
15:25And he cried vnto the Lorde: and the Lorde shewed hym a tree, which when he had cast into the water, the waters were made swete. There he made them an ordinaunce and a lawe, and there he proued him,
15:26& sayde: If thou wylt herken vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God, and wylt do that which is right in his sight, and wylt geue eare vnto his commaundementes, & kepe all hys ordinaunces: then wyll I put none of these diseases vpon the which I brought vpon the Egipcians: for I am the Lorde that healeth the.
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."