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The Great Bible 1539



14:1And all the multitude of the people cryed out, and wepte thorowout that nyght,
14:2and all the chyldren of Israel murmured agaynst Moses and Aaron. And the whole congregacyon sayde vnto them: wolde God that we hadd dyed in the lande of Egypte, eyther that we had dyed in thys wildernes.
14:3Wherfore hath the Lorde brought vs vnto thys lande to fall vpon the swearde: and that our wyues, and oure children shulde be a praye? Were it not better, that we retourne vnto Egypte agayne?
14:4And they sayde one to another: We wyll make a captayne, and retourne vnto Egipt agayne.
14:5But Moses and Aaron fell on theyr faces before all the congregacyon and multytude of the chyldren of Israel.
14:6And Iosua the sonne of Nun, and Caleb the sonne of Iephune (which were of them that searched the lande) rent theyr clothes,
14:7and spake vnto all the companye of the chyldren of Israel, sayinge: The lande which we walked thorowe to searche it, is a very good lande.
14:8If the Lorde hath lust to vs, he wyll brynge vs into this lande and geue it vs, which is such a lande as floweth with mylke and honye,
14:9But in any wyse rebell not ye agaynst the Lorde. Neyther nede ye to feare the people of the lande: for they are but bread for vs. Theyr shadowe is departed from them, and the Lorde is with vs, feare them not therfore.
14:10But all they which were in that multytude, bade stone them with stones. And the glorye of the Lorde appeared in the tabernacle of wytnesse, before all the chyldren of Israel.
14:11And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: How longe do this people prouoke me, and howe longe will it be yer they beleue me: for all the signes which I haue shewed among them?
14:12I wyll smyte them with the pestilence and destroie them: and wyll make of the a greater nacion and a myghtier then they.
14:13And Moses sayde vnto the Lorde: then the Egipcyans shall heare it, for thou broughtest thys people in thy myght from amonge them.
14:14And it wylbe tolde to the inhabyters of this lande also: for they haue hearde lykewyse, that thou Lorde art amonge this people: and that thou Lorde art sene face to face, and that thy cloude standeth ouer them, and that thou goest before them by daye tyme in a pyller of a cloude, and in a pyller of fyer by nyght.
14:15If thou shalt kyll all thys people as they were but one man, then the nacyons which haue hearde the fame of the, wyll saye:
14:16The Lorde is not able to brynge in this people into the lande which he sware vnto them: but hath slayne them in the wildernesse.
14:17And nowe I besech the, let the power of my Lorde be greate, accordyng as thou hast spoken, saying:
14:18the Lorde is longe yer he be angrye, and full of mercy, and suffereth iniquitie, and synne, and leaueth no man innocent, and visiteth the vnryghteousnesse of the fathers vpon the chyldren, in the third and fourth generacyon:
14:19be mercyfull I beseche the vnto the synne of thys people, accordynge vnto thy greate mercye, as thou hast forgeuen this people from Egipt, euen vntyll nowe.
14:20And the Lorde sayde: I haue forgeuen it, according to thy request.
14:21But as truly as I lyue, all the erth shalbe fylled wt the glorye of the Lorde.
14:22But all those men which haue sene my glory and my miracles which I dyd in Egipt and in the wildernes and haue tempted me nowe thys .x. tymes, and will not herken vnto my voyce,
14:23shall not se the lande which I sware vnto their fathers: nether shall any of them that prouoked me se it.
14:24But my seruaunt Caleb: with whom there was another maner of sprete: and because he hath folowed me vnto the vtmost, hym will I brynge into the lande whiche he hath walked in, and his seed shall inheret it,
14:25and also the Amalekites & Cananites whiche dwell in the playne contreye. Tomorowe turne you, and get you into the wildernesse: euen by the waye of the redd see.
14:26And the Lorde spake vnto Moses & Aaron, saying:
14:27howe longe doth this euell multitude murmur agaynst me?
14:28I haue heard the murmuringes of the chyldren of Israel with the which they murmur agaynst me. Tell them therfore: As truly as I lyue (sayth the Lorde) I will do vnto you, euen as ye haue spoken in myne eares.
14:29Youre carkasses shall lye in this wildernes. And all you that were tolde thorowout your nombres, from .xx. yeare and aboue (which haue murmured against me)
14:30shalt not come into the land, ouer which I lyfted vp myne hande, to make you dwell therin, saue Caleb the sonne of Iephune, and Iosua the sonne of Nun.
14:31But your children which ye saye shulde be a praye, them I will bring in, & they shall knowe the land which ye haue refused,
14:32and your carkasses shall lye in this wyldernesse.
14:33And your children shall wander in this wildernes .xl. yeres, & suffer for your whordom, vntyll your carkasses be wasted in the wildernes,
14:34after the nombre of the dayes in which ye searched out the lande euen fourty daies, euery daye for a yeare shall ye beare your vnrighteousnes euen .xl. yeare, and ye shall knowe my displeasure.
14:35I the Lorde haue sayde that I wyll do it vnto all thys euell congregacion that are gathered together agaynst me. For in this wildernes they shalbe consumed, and here they shall dye.
14:36And the men which Moses sent to search the lande, & which (when they came agayne) made all the people to murmure before hym, and brought vp a sclaunder vpon the lande,
14:37euen those men that did bring vp that sclaunder vpon it, as though it had bene euell dyed in a greate plage before the Lord.
14:38But Iosua the sonne of Nun & Calleb the sonne of Iephune which were of the men that wente to search the lande, lyued styll.
14:39And Moses tolde these sayinges vnto all the chyldren of Israel, and the people toke great sorowe.
14:40And they rose vp early in the morninge, and gat them vp into the toppe of the mountayne, sayinge: lo, we be here, and wyll go vp vnto the place of which the Lorde sayde vnto vs, for we haue synned.
14:41And Moses sayde: wherfore wyll ye go on thys maner, beyonde the worde of the Lorde? it will not come well to passe:
14:42go not vp therfore: (for the Lorde is not amonge you) that ye be not slayne before your enemyes.
14:43For the Amaleckytes and the Cananites are there before you, and ye will fall vpon the sweard, because ye are turned awaye from the Lord, and and the Lorde will not be with you.
14:44But they presumed obstinatly to go vp into the hyll top. Neuerthelater, the arck of the testament of the Lorde, and Moses departed not out of the hoost.
14:45Then the Amaleckites and the Cananites which dwelt in that hyll, came downe, and smote them, and hewed them euen vnto Horma.
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."