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The Great Bible 1539



21:1And when kynge Arad the Cananite whyche dwelt towarde the south, harde tell that Israel came vp the waye that the spyes had founde oute, he foughte agaynst Israel, and toke some of them presoners.
21:2And Israel vowed a vowe vnto the Lorde, and sayde: If thou wylt delyuer this people into my hande, I wyll vtterly destroye theyr cyties.
21:3And the Lorde herde the voyce of Israel, and deliuered them the Cananites. And they destroyed them and theyr cyties, & called the name of the place Horma.
21:4And they departed from mount Hor by the waye of the redd see: to compasse the land of Edom. And the soule of the people faynted by the waye.
21:5And the people spake agaynst God & agaynst Moses wherfore hast thou brought vs oute of Egypte, for to dye in the wildernesse? for here is nether bread nor water, & oure soule lotheth thys lyghte breade.
21:6Wherfore the Lorde sent fyerye serpentes amonge the people, whych stonge them: and moche people of Israel dyed.
21:7Therfore the people came to Moses and sayde: we haue synned, for we haue spoken agaynst the Lorde & agaynst the, make intercessyon to the Lorde, that he take awaye the serpentes from vs. And Moses made intercessyon for the people.
21:8And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: make the a fyrie serpent & set it vp for a sygne, that as many as are bytten, maye loke vpon it, & lyue.
21:9And Moses made a serpent of brasse, and set it vp for a sygne. And when the serpentes had bytten any man, he behelde the serpent of brasse, and was healed.
21:10And the chyldren of Israel departed thence, and pytched in Oboth.
21:11And they departed from Oboth, and pitched at the heapes of Abarim: euen in the wyldernesse whyche is by the playne of Moab on the east syde.
21:12And they remoued thence, and pytched vpon the ryuer of Zarad.
21:13And they departed thence, and pytched on the other syde of Arnon, which is in the wyldernesse, and commeth oute of the costes of the Amorites: for Arnon is the border of Moab, betwene Moab and the Amorites.
21:14Wherfore it is spoken in the boke of the warre of the Lord, what thynge he dyd in the redd see, & in the ryuers of Arnon.
21:15And the heade of the ryuers, that goeth downe to the dwellyng of Ar, and stretcheth vnto the border of Moab:
21:16from thence it turneth vnto Beer. The same is Beer, or well wherof the Lorde spake vnto Moses: gether the people together, and I wyll geue them water.
21:17Then Israel sange thys songe: Aryse vp well, singe ye vnto him.
21:18The princes dygged thys well, the captaynes of the people dygged it, with the teacher, and with theyr staues. And from the wyldernesse they went to Matana,
21:19and from Matana to Nahaliel, & from Nahaliel to Bamoth,
21:20and from Bamoth to the valay that is in the felde of Moab vnto the top of the hyll that appeareth before Iesimon.
21:21And Israel sent messengers vnto Sehon, kynge of the Amorites, sayinge:
21:22I wyll go thorowe thy lande: we wyll not tourne into thy feldes or vyneyardes, nether drynke of the waters of the well: but we wyll go a longe by the kynges hye waye, vntyll we be past thy countre.
21:23But Sehon wolde geue Israel no licence to passe thorowe hys countre, but gethered all hys people together and went oute agaynst Israel into the wyldernesse. And he came to Iaheza and foughte agaynst Israel.
21:24And Israel smote him in the edge of the swerde, and conquered hys lande, from Arnon vnto Iakob: and vnto the chyldren of Ammon. For the border of the chyldren of Ammon was, stronge.
21:25And Israel toke all these cities and dwelt in all the cyties of the Amorites: in Hesbon and in all the townes that longe therto.
21:26For Hesbon was the cytie of Sehon the kynge of the Amorites, whyche fought before agaynst the kynge of the Moabites, and toke all his lande out of hys hande, euen vnto Arnon.
21:27Wherfore they saye in the prouerbe: come to Hesbon, and let the cytye of Sehon be bylt & repayred:
21:28for there is a fyre gone out of Hesbon, and a flamme from the cytie of Sehon, and hath consumed Ar in Moab, and the inheritours of the hye places in Arnon.
21:29Wo be to the Moab: o people of Chamos, ye are vndone, he hath put his sonnes to flyghte, and hys daughters to captiuyte vnto Sehon kynge of the Amorites.
21:30Theyr empire is lost from Hesbon vnto Dibon, and we made a wyldernesse euen vnto Nopha, whych reacheth vnto Mediba.
21:31And thus Israel dwelt in the lande of the Amorites.
21:32And Moses sent to serche oute Iaezer, and they toke townes belongynge therto, and rooted oute the Amorites that were there in.
21:33And they tourned and went vp towarde Basan. And Og the kynge of Basan came out agaynst them, he and all his people to fyght at Adrei.
21:34And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses, feare him not, for I haue delyuered him in thy hande, and all his people, and hys lande. And thou shalt do to him as thou dydest vnto Sehon the kyng of the Amorites which dwelt at Hesbon.
21:35They smote hym therfore, and his sonnes, and all his people, vntill ther was nothinge lefte him. And they conquered hys lande.
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."