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The Great Bible 1539



9:1The Lorde sayd vnto Moses: go in vnto Pharao and thou shalt tell him: thus sayth the Lorde God of the Ebrues: lett my people go, that they maye serue me.
9:2If thou wilt not let them go, and wylt holde them styll,
9:3beholde, the hande of the Lorde is vpon thy flocke which is in the felde: for vpon hostes, asses, camels, oxen and shepe, there shalbe a mighty great morayne.
9:4And the Lorde shall do wonderfully betwene the beastes of Israel and the beastes of Egypt: so that there shall nothynge dye of all that pertayneth to the children of Israel.
9:5And the Lorde appointed a tyme, saying: to morow the Lorde shall finysh this worde in the lande.
9:6And the Lorde dyd it on the morow, and all the catell of Egipt dyed: but of the catell of the chyldren of Israel dyed not one.
9:7And Pharao sent, and beholde, ther was not one of the catell of the Israelites deed. And the hert of Pharao was hardened that he wolde not let the people go.
9:8And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses and Aaron: take youre handes full of asshes out of the fornace, and Moses shall sprynkle it vp into the ayre, in the syght of Pharao,
9:9and it shall turne to dust in all the lande of Egipt: that ther maye be swellyng sores with blaynes both on man and beaste thorowout all the lande of Egipte.
9:10And they toke asshes oute of the fornace, and stode before Pharao, and Moses sprynkled it vp into the ayre. And there were sores with blaynes both in men and in beastes:
9:11and the sorcerers coulde not stande before Moses because of the blaines: for ther were botches vpon the enchaunters & vpon all the Egipcians.
9:12And the Lord hardened the hert of Pharao, & he herkened not vnto them, as the Lorde had sayd vnto Moses.
9:13And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: ryse vp early in the mornynge, and stande before Pharao, & thou shalt tell hym: thus sayth the Lord God of the Ebrues: Let my people go, that they maye serue me:
9:14or els I will at this tyme sende all my plages vpon thine herte, and vpon thy seruauntes and on thy people, that thou mayest knowe, that there is none lyke me in all the earth.
9:15For nowe I wyll stretch out my hande, that I maye smyte the and thy people with pestilence: and thou shalt perysh from the earth.
9:16And in very dede for this cause haue I kepte the, for to shewe the my power: and that they might declare my name thorowout all the world.
9:17Yet thou exaltest thy selfe agaynste my people, that thou wylt not let them go:
9:18beholde, to morowe thys tyme I wyll sende downe a myghty great hayle: euen soche a one as was not in Egipt, sens it was grounded vnto thys tyme.
9:19Sende therfore nowe, and gather thy beastes, and all that thou hast in the felde. For vpon all the men and the beastes which are founde in the felde, and not brought home, shall the hayle fall, and they shall dye.
9:20And as many as feared the worde of the Lorde among the seruauntes of Pharao, made their seruauntes and their beastes flee into the houses:
9:21but he that regarded not the worde of the Lorde, left his seruauntes and his beastes in the felde.
9:22And the Lorde said vnto Moses: stretch forth thyne hande vnto heauen, that there maye be hayle in all the lande of Egipt: vpon man and vpon beastes and vpon all the herbes of the felde, thorowout the lande of Egipt.
9:23And Moses stretched out his rod vnto heauen: and the Lord thondred and hayled, and the fyrr ran a longe vpon the grounde. And the Lorde so hayled in the lande of Egypt,
9:24that there was hayle and fyer mengled with the hayle, so greuous, and such as there was none thorowout all the lande of Egipte, sence people inhabited it.
9:25And the hayle smote thorowout all the lande of Egipt, all that was in the felde both man and beast. And the hayle smote all the herbes of the felde, and broke all the trees of the felde:
9:26onely in the lande of Gozan, where the children of Israel were, was there no hayle.
9:27And Pharao sent & called for Moses and Aaron, and sayde vnto them: I haue nowe synned: the Lorde is ryghteous: and I and my people are vngodly.
9:28Praye ye vnto the Lorde: for it is moch that there shulde be thonders of God & hayle. I will let you go, and ye shall tary no longer.
9:29Moses sayde vnto him: assone as I am out of the citye, I will sprede abrode my handes vnto the Lorde, & the thonder shall cease. nether shall there be eny more hayle, that thou mayst knowe howe that the erth is the Lordes.
9:30But I knowe that thou and thy seruauntes yet feare not the face of the Lorde God.
9:31And so the flaxe and the barly were smyten: for the barly was shot vp, and the flaxe was boulled:
9:32but the whete and the rye were not smytten: for they were late sowne.
9:33And Moses went out of the citye from Pharao and sprede abrode his handes vnto the Lorde: and the thonder and hayle ceased nether rayned it vpon the earth.
9:34And when Pharao sawe that the rayne and the hayle and thonder were ceased, he synned agayne: and hardened his herte, he and his seruauntes.
9:35And the hert of Pharao was hardened: nether wolde he let the children of Israel go, as the Lorde had sayde by the hande of Moses.
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."