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The Great Bible 1539



24:1And the lord spake vnto Moses sayinge:
24:2commaunde the chyldren of Israel that they brynge vnto the, pure oyle olyue beaten for lyghtes, to cause the lampes to burne allwaye:
24:3wythout the vayle of wytnesse in the tabernacle of wytnesse shall Aaron dresse them both euen and mornynge before the Lorde allwayes. Let it be a lawe for euer in youre generacyons.
24:4He shall dresse the lampes vpon the pure candelstycke before the Lorde perpetually.
24:5And thou shalt take fyne floure, and bake twelue wastels therof, two tenthdeales shalbe in one wastell.
24:6And thou shalt set them in two rowes, syxe on a rowe vpon the pure table before the Lorde,
24:7and put pure frankencens vpon the rowes, that they maye be bread of remembraunce, and an offrynge to the Lorde.
24:8Euery Sabboth he shall put them in rowes before the Lorde euermoare: of the chyldren of Israel shall they be offred for an euerlastynge couenaunte.
24:9And they shall be Aarons and hys sonnes, whych shall eate them in the holy place. For they are most holy vnto hym of the offerynges of the Lorde by a perpetuall statute.
24:10And the sonne of an Israelitish wife whose father was an Egypcian, went out amonge the chyldren of Israel. And thys sonne of the Israelitish wyfe & a man of Israel, stroue together in the hoste.
24:11And the Israelitish womans sonne blasphemed the name of the Lorde, and cursed, and they broughte hym vnto Moses. Hys mothers name was Salomyth, whych was the daughter of Dibry, of the trybe of Dan:
24:12and they put hym in warde, that the mynde of the Lorde myght be shewed them.
24:13And the Lord spake vnto Moses sayinge:
24:14brynge the cursed speaker wythout the hoste, and lett all that hearde hym, put theyr handes vpon hys heed, and let all the multitude stone hym.
24:15And thou shalt speake vnto the chyldren of Israel sayinge: Whosoeuer curseth hys God, shall bere his synne:
24:16And he that blasphemeth the name of the Lorde, let hym be slayne, and all the multitude shall stone hym to deeth. Whether he be borne in the londe or a straunger, whan he blasphemeth the name of the Lorde, let hym be slayne.
24:17And he that kylleth any man, let hym dye the death.
24:18And he that kylleth a beast, let hym make hym good, soule for soule.
24:19And yf a man mayme hys neyghboure, as he hath done, so shall it be done to hym:
24:20broke for broke eye for eye, and toth for toth: euen as he hath maymed a man, so shall he be maymed agayne.
24:21And he that kylleth a beast, let him paye for it: and he that kylleth a man, let hym dye.
24:22Ye shall haue one maner of lawe: euen for the straunger as well as for one of youre selues, for I am the Lorde youre God.
24:23And Moses tolde the chyldren of Israel, and they brought hym (that had cursed) out of the hoste, and stoned hym wyth stones. And the chyldren of Israel dyd as the Lord commaunded 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."