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The Great Bible 1539



22:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
22:2Speake vnto Aaron and hys sonnes, that they be separated from the holy thynges of the chyldren of Israel, and that they polute not my holy name in those thynges whych they halowe vnto me: I am the Lorde.
22:3Saye vnto them: whosoeuer he be of all youre seed amonge youre generacyons after you, that goeth vnto the holy thynges whych the chyldren of Israel halowe vnto the Lorde, hauynge hys vnclennes vpon hym: that soule shall peryshe from out of my syght. I am the Lorde.
22:4What man soeuer of the seed of Aaron is a leper or hath a runnynge yssue, he shall not eate of the holy thynges vntyll he be cleane. And whoso toucheth any man that is vncleane ouer the soule of the deed, or a man whose seed runneth from him in hys slepe,
22:5or whosoeuer toucheth any worme, wherby he maye be made vncleane, or a man, of whom he maye take vnclenness
22:6(whatsoeuer vnclennesse he hath) the same soule that hath touched any soche, shalbe vncleane vntyll euen, and shall not eate of the holy thinges, vntyll he haue wasshed his flesshe with water.
22:7And when the sonne is doune, he shalbe cleane, & shall afterwarde eate of the holy thinges: for asmoche as it is hys fode.
22:8Of a beast that dieth alone, or is rent wyth wylde beastes (wherby he maye be defyled) he shall not eate: I am the Lorde.
22:9Let them kepe therfore myne ordynaunce, lest they for the same lade synne vpon them, and dye for it, yf they defyle it. I the Lorde sanctifye them.
22:10There shall no straunger eate of the holy thynge, nether a gest of the preastes, neyther shall an hyred seruaunte eate of the holy thinge.
22:11But yf the Preaste bye any soule wyth money, he shall eate of it, lyke as he that is borne in hys house, shall they eate of hys bread.
22:12If the Preastes daughter also be maryed vnto a straunger, she maye not eate of the halowed heue offrynges.
22:13Notwythstandynge yf the Preastes daughter be a wedowe or deuorsed & haue no chylde, but is returned vnto her fathers house agayne, she shall eate of her fathers bread, as well as she dyd in her youth. But there shall no straunger eate therof.
22:14If a man eate of the holy thynge vnwittingly, he shall put the fyfthe parte ther vnto, and geue it vnto the Preaste wyth the halowed thynge.
22:15And the Preastes shall not defyle the holy thynges of the chyldren of Israel (which they offer vnto the Lord)
22:16to lade them selues wt mysdoynge & trespace whyle they eate their holy thynges, for I the Lorde do halowe them.
22:17And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayinge:
22:18speake vnto Aaron and hys sonnes and vnto all the chyldren of Israel, and saye vnto them: whatsoeuer he be of the house of Israel or straunger in Israel, that will offer hys sacrifyce for all his vowes, and for all hys frewyllofferinges which they will offer vnto the Lord for a burntofferynge,
22:19ye shall offre (to reconcyle youre selues) a male without blemyshe of the oxen, of the shepe, or of the goates.
22:20But whatsoeuer hath a blemyshe, that shall ye not offre, for ye shall gett no fauoure therwith.
22:21And whosoeuer bringeth a peace offringe vnto the Lorde (accordynge as he is apoynted) or a vowe, or a frewyll offeringe, in oxe or shepe, that is without deformyte, he shall be accepted.
22:22There shalbe also no blemyshe therin: blinde, or broken, or wounded, or haue a wen, or be mawnge, or scabbed. Ye shall not offre soche vnto the Lorde, nor put an offerynge of any soche vpon the alter vnto the Lorde.
22:23An oxe or a shepe that hath any membre out of proporcion, mayst thou offer for a frewillofferynge: but for a vowe it shall not be accepted.
22:24Ye shall not offer vnto the Lorde that which is broosed, or broken, or plucked out, or cut awaye, nether shall ye make any soch in youre lande,
22:25nether of a straungers hande shall ye offer bread vnto youre God of any soche. Because their corrupcyon is in them, and they haue deformite in them selues, and therfore shall they not be accepted for you.
22:26And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayinge:
22:27when an oxe, or a shepe, or a goate is brought forth, it shalbe seuen dayes vnder the damme. And from the .viij. daye forth, it shalbe accepted, for a sacrifice vnto the Lorde.
22:28And whether it be oxe or shepe, ye shall not kill it and her yonge both in one daye.
22:29When ye wyll offre a thank offerynge vnto the Lorde, offre it that ye maye be accepted.
22:30And the same daye it must be eaten vp, so that ye leaue none of it vntyll the morowe. I am the Lorde.
22:31Therfore shall ye kepe my commaundementes and do them, I am the Lorde.
22:32Neyther shall ye polute my holy name, but I will be halowed amonge the chyldren of Israel. I am the Lord which halowe you,
22:33and that brought you out of the lande of Egypte, to be youre God: I am 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."