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The Great Bible 1539
|And the Lord spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
|speake vnto the chyldren of Israel, & saye vnto them: These are my feastes, euen the feastes of the Lorde, whych ye shall call holy conuocacyons.
|Syxe dayes ye shall worke, but the seuenth daye is the Sabboth of reast, an holy conuocacyon: so that ye doo no worke therin, it is the Sabboth of the Lorde, in all youre dwellynges.
|These are the feastes of the Lorde, euen holy conuocacyons, whyche ye shall proclayme in their ceasons.
|In the .xiiij. daye of the fyrst moneth at euen is the Lordes Passeouer.
|And in the fyfteneth daye of the same moneth is the feast of swete bread vnto the Lorde: seuen dayes ye must eate vnleuended bread.
|In the fyrst daye ye shall haue an holy conuocacyon: ye shall do no laborious worke therin.
|But ye shall offer sacrifyces vnto the Lorde thorow out those seuen dayes, and in the seuenth daye is an holy conuocacyon: ye shall do no laborious worke therin.
|And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayenge:
|speake vnto the chyldren of Israel & saye vnto them when ye be come into the lande (whyche I geue vnto you) & repe doune the haruest therof, ye shall brynge a shefe of the fyrst frutes of youre haruest vnto the preast,
|whych shall waue the shefe before the Lorde to be accepted for you: & euen the morowe after the Sabboth the Preaste shall waue it.
|And ye shall offer that daye when ye waue the shefe, an he lambe wythout blemish of a yeare olde, for a burntoffrynge vnto the Lorde:
|and the meatofferynge therof, shalbe made of two tenth deales of fyne floure mengled with oyle, to be a sacrifyce vnto the Lorde for a swete sauoure: and the drynkoffring therof shalbe of wyne, euen the fourth deale of an Hyn.
|And ye shall eate nether bread, nor parched corne, nor furmentye, nor newe corne, vntyll the selfe same daye that ye haue brought an offrynge vnto youre God. Let thys be a lawe for euer in youre generacions and in all youre dwellynges.
|And ye shall counte from the morowe after the Saboth: euen from the daye that ye brought the shefe of the waueoffrynge .vij. Sabbathes complete:
|euen vnto the morowe after the seuenth Sabbath shall ye nombre fyftye dayes. And ye shall brynge a new meatoffrynge vnto the Lorde.
|And ye shall brynge out of youre habitacions two waue loues made of two tenth deales of fyne floure and that are made wyth leuen for fyrst frutes vnto the Lord.
|And ye shall brynge with the breed seuen lambes wythout deformite of one yeare of age, and one yonge oxe & two rammes, whych shall serue for a burntoffrynge vnto the Lorde, wyth meatoffringes and theyr drynkoffrynges, to be a sacrifyce for a swete sauoure vnto the Lorde.
|Then ye shall offer an he goate for a synne offrynge: and two lambes of one yeare olde for a peace offrynge.
|And the preast shall waue them wyth the breed of the fyrst frutes before the Lorde, and wyth the two lambes. And these holy thynges of the Lorde, shalbe the preastes.
|And ye shall proclayme the same daye, that it maye be an holy conuocacyon vnto you: ye shall do no laborious worke therin: let it be a lawe for euer in all your dwellynges, and in all youre generacyons.
|And when ye reepe doune your haruest, thou shalt not make cleane ryddaunce of thy felde, nether shalt thou make any aftergatherynge of thy haruest: but shalt leaue it vnto the poore and the straunger. I am the Lorde youre God.
|And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayinge:
|speake vnto the chyldren of Israel, and saye: In the seuenth moneth, in the fyrst daye of the moneth shall ye haue rest, euen the remembraunce of blowynge, an holy conuocacyon:
|ye shall do no laborious worke therin, but offer sacrifyce vnto the Lorde.
|And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
|the tenth daye also of the selfe seuenth moneth, is a daye of reconcilynge, therfore shall it be an holy conuocacion vnto you, and ye shall humble your soules, and offer sacrifyce vnto the Lorde.
|Ye shall do no worke the same daye, for it is a daye of reconcylynge, to make an atonement for you before the Lorde your God.
|For whatsoeuer soule it be that humbleth not hym selfe that daye, he shalbe destroyed from amonge hys people.
|And whatsoeuer soule do any maner worke that daye, the same soule will I destroye from amonge his people.
|Ye shall do no maner worke therfore: Let it be a lawe for euer in youre generacyons and in all your dwellynges.
|Let it be vnto you a Sabboth of reste, and ye shall humble your soules in the nynth daye of the moneth at euen: from euen to euen shall ye rest in your Sabboth.
|And the Lord spake vnto Moses sayeng:
|speake vnto the chyldren of Israel, and saye: the fyftenth daye of the same seuenth moneth is the feast of tabernacles, seuen dayes vnto the Lord.
|The fyrst daye is an holy conuocacyon: ye shall do no laboryous worke.
|Seuen dayes ye shall offer sacryfyce vnto the Lord, and in the eyght daye shalbe an holy conuocacyon vnto you, and ye shall offer sacryfyces vnto the Lorde. It is the colleccyon, and ye shall do no laborious worke therin.
|These are the feastes of the Lord, whiche ye shall call holy conuocacyons, for to offer sacrifyce vnto the Lord, burntoffrynge, meatoffrynge, peaceoffrynge, and drynkeoffrynges, euery daye hys due sacrifyc
|besyde the Sabbothes of the Lorde, & besyde youre gyftes, besyde all your vowes, and all your frewylloffrynges, whyche ye geue vnto the Lorde.
|Moreouer in the fyftenth daye of the seuenth moneth whan ye haue gathered in the frute of the lande, ye shall kepe holy daye vnto the Lorde seuen dayes. The fyrst daye shall be as a Sabboth: lykewise in the eyght daye shalbe the rest of the Sabboth.
|And ye shall take you in the fyrst daye, the frutes of goodly trees, braunches of palme trees, and the bowes of thycke trees, and wyllowes of the brooke, and shall reioyse before the Lord your God seuen dayes.
|And ye shall kepe this feast vnto the Lorde seuen dayes in the yeare. It shalbe a lawe for euer in youre generacyons, that ye kepe it in the seuenth moneth.
|Ye shall dwell in boothes seuen dayes: euen all that are Israelites borne, shall dwell in boothes,
|that youre chyldren after you maye knowe, howe that I made the chyldren of Israel to dwell in boothes, when I brought them out of the lande of Egypt: I am the Lord youre God.
|And Moses spake vnto the chyldren of Israel concernynge the feastes of the Lorde.
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."