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The Great Bible 1539



6:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saying:
6:2yf a soule synne and trespace agaynst the Lorde, and denye vnto hys neyghboure that which was taken hym to kepe, or that was put into hys hande, or doth violent robbery or wronge vnto hys neyghboure,
6:3or yf he haue founde that whych was loste, and denyeth it, and swereth falsely, vpon whatsoeuer thynge it be that a man doth, & synneth therin:
6:4Yf he haue so synned or trespaced, he shall restore agayne that he toke violently awaye, or the wronge whych he dyd, or that whych was delyuered him to kepe, or the lost thinge which he founde,
6:5and all that, aboute whych he hath sworne falsely, he shall restore it agayne in the whole summe, and shall adde the fyfth parte moare thereto, and geue it vnto hym to whome it pertayneth the same daye that he offereth for his trespace,
6:6and let hym brynge for hys trespace vnto the Lord, a Ram wythout blemishe out of the flocke (that is estemed worth a trespace offrynge) vnto the preaste.
6:7And the preast shall make an attonement for hym, before the Lorde, & it shall be forgeuen hym, whatsoeuer thynge it be that he hath done & trespaced therin.
6:8And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
6:9Commaunde Aaron and hys sonnes sayinge: this is the lawe of the burntoffring. The burntoffrynge shall be vpon the harth of the alter all nyght vnto the mornynge, & the fyre shall be kyndled on the alter.
6:10And the Preaste shall put on hys lynen albe, and hys lynen breches vpon hys fleshe, and take awaye the asshes vpon the whych the fyre consumed the burnt sacrifyce in the alter, and he shall put them besyde the alter,
6:11and put of his rayment, and put on other and carye the asshes out wythout the host vnto a clene place.
6:12The fyre vpon the alter shall burne styll and neuer be put out. But the preaste shall laye wodd on it euery daye in the mornyng, & put the burntsacrifice vpon it, and he shall burne theron the fatt of the peaceoffrynges.
6:13The fyre shall euer burne vpon the alter, and neuer go out.
6:14Thys is the lawe of the meatoffrynge: whych Aarons sonnes shall brynge before the Lorde, euen before the alter:
6:15& one of them shall take hys handfull of the floure of the meatoffrynge and of the oyle and all the franckencens whych is vpon the meatoffrynge, and shall burne it vnto a remembraunce vpon the alter for aswete sauoure, euen a memoriall of it vnto the Lord.
6:16And of the rest therof, shall Aaron and hys sonnes eate: vnleuened shall it be eaten in the holy place: euen in the courte of the tabernacle of witnesse they shall eate it.
6:17It shall not be baken wyth leuen. I haue geuen it vnto them for theyr porcion of my sacrifyces. It is most holye, as is the synne offrynge and trespaceoffrynge.
6:18All the males amonge the chyldren of Aaron shall eate of it: It shalbe a statute for euer in youre generacyons concernynge the sacrifyces of the Lorde let euery one that toucheth it, be holy.
6:19And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saying:
6:20this is the offringe of Aaron and of hys sonnes which they shall offer vnto the Lorde in the daye when he is anoynted: the tenth parte of an Epha of floure, for a meatoffrynge perpetuall: halfe in the mornynge and halfe at nyghte:
6:21In the fryenge pan it shalbe made wyth oyle. And when it is fryed, thou shalt brynge it in, and the baken offrynges of this oblacyon mynsed small, shalt thou offer for a swete sauoure vnto the Lorde.
6:22And that Preast of his sonnes that is anoynted in hys steade, shall offer it: It is the Lordes dutye for euer: it shall be burnt all together.
6:23For euery meateoffrynge that is made for the Preaste, shalbe burnt all together, and shall not be eaten.
6:24And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
6:25speake vnto Aaron, and vnto hys sonnes and saye: Thys is the lawe of the synne offring. In the place where the burntoffrynge is kylled, shall the synne offryng be kylled before the Lorde, for it is moost holy.
6:26The Preast that offreth it, shall eate it: In the holy place shall it be eaten: euen in the courte of the tabernacle of wytnesse.
6:27No man touche the fleshe therof, saue he that is halowed. And who so sprenkleth of the bloude therof vpon any garment thou shalt washe it in the holy place, there as it is sprenkled vpon.
6:28But the erthen pot that it is soden in, shall be broken. And yf it be sodden in a brasen pot, it shalbe scowred, and rynsed in the water.
6:29All the males amonge the Preastes shall eate therof, for it is most holy.
6:30And no synneoffrynge, whose bloude is brought into the tabernacle of wytnesse to reconcyle wyth all in the holy place, shall be eaten: but shalbe burnt in the fyre.
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."