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The Great Bible 1539



31:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
31:2auenge the chyldren of Israel of the Madianites, and afterwarde shalt thou be gathered vnto thy people.
31:3And Moses spake vnto the folke sayinge. Harnesse some of you vnto warre, and let them go vpon the Madianites, and auenge the Lorde of the Madianites.
31:4Lett there be chosen a thousande out of euery tribe of Israel, that out of all the tribes ye may send some to the warre.
31:5And there were taken out of the thousandes of Israel, twelue thousande prepared vnto warre, of euery trybe a thousande.
31:6And Moses sent them to the warre, euen a thousande of euery trybe, and with them, Phineas the sonne of Eleazar the preaste, and the holy vesselles: and the trompettes to blowe were in hys hande.
31:7And they warred agaynst the Madianites, as the Lorde commaunded Moses, & slue all the males.
31:8And they slue the kinges of Madian amonge other that were sleyne: Namely Eui, and Rekem, Zur and Hur and Reba: fyue kinges of Madian wt Balaam the sonne of Beor, whom they slue wt the sweard:
31:9And the chyldren of Israel toke all the wemen of Madian presoners, & their chyldren: and spoiled all their catell, and all their flockes, and all their goodes.
31:10And they burnt al their cityes wherin they dwelt, and all their castels with fier.
31:11And they toke all the spoyle and all that they coulde catch both of men and beastes.
31:12And they brought the captiues and that which they had taken and the spoile vnto Moses and Eleazar the preaste, and vnto the company of the children of Israel, euen vnto the hoost that were in the feldes of Moab by Iordan, oueragaynst Iericho.
31:13And Moses and Eleazar the preast, and all the lordes of the congregacion went out of the hoost against them.
31:14And Moses was angrye with the officers of the hoost, with the captaynes ouer thousandes and ouer hundredes, which came from the warre and battayll:
31:15and Moses sayde vnto them: Haue ye saued all the wemen alyue?
31:16beholde, these caused the children of Israel thorow the councell of Balaam, to commyt trespace against the Lorde, in the busynes of Peor, & there folowed a plage among the congregacion of the Lorde.
31:17Nowe therfore, sleye all the men children, and the wemen that haue lien with men fleshly.
31:18But all the wemen children that haue not lyen with men, kepe alyue for your selues.
31:19And ye shall remayne without the hoost seuen dayes, all that haue kylled any persone: & all that haue touched any deed body, and purify both your selues and your presoners, the .iij. daye & the .vij.
31:20And sprynkle all your raymentes and all that is made of skinnes, and al worke of goates heer, and all thinges made of wodd.
31:21And Eleazar the preaste sayde vnto the men of warre, which came from the battayll: this is the ordinaunce of the lawe which the Lorde commaunded Moses:
31:22Golde, syluer, brasse, and yron tyn and lead,
31:23and all that maye abyde the fier, ye shall make it go thorowe the fier, and it shalbe cleane. Neuerthelesse, it shalbe sprynked with sprynkling water. And all that suffreth not the fier ye shall make go thorowe the water.
31:24And washe youre clothes the seuenth daye, and ye shalbe cleane. And afterwarde come into the hooste.
31:25And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying:
31:26take the summe of the praye that was taken both of the wemen and of catell, thou & Eleazar the preaste, and the auncient fathers of of the congregacyon.
31:27And deuyde it into two partes, betwene them that toke the warre vpon them, and went out to battayll: and all the congregacion.
31:28And take a porcyon vnto the Lorde of the men of warre, which went out to battayll: one soule of fyue hundred, both of the wemen and of the oxen, and of the asses, and of the shepe:
31:29and ye shall take it of theyr halfe, and geue it vnto Eeleazar the preast, as an heueoffering of the Lord.
31:30And of the halfe of the chyldren of Israel, thou shalt take one porcion of fyfty, of the wemen, of the oxen, of the asses and of the shepe, and of all maner of beastes: and geue them vnto the Leuites, which wayte vpon the habitacyon of the Lorde.
31:31And Moses and Eleazar the preaste dyd as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
31:32And the botye and the praye which the men of warre had caught, was syxe hundred thousande, and .lxxv. thousande shepe:
31:33and .lxxij. thousande oxen
31:34.lxj. thousande asses:
31:35and .xxxij. thousande soules of wemen, that had lyen by no man.
31:36And the halfe which was the parte of them that went out to warre, was thre hundred thousande and seuen and thirtye thousande and .v. hundred shepe.
31:37And the Lordes part of the shepe was syxe hundred and .lxxv.
31:38And the oxen were .xxxvi. thousande, of which the Lordes parte was .lxxii.
31:39And the asses were .xxx. thousande and fyue hundred, of which the Lordes parte was .lxi.
31:40And the soules of wemen were .xvi. thousande, of whyche the Lordes parte was .xxxij. soules.
31:41And Moses gaue that summe which was the Lordes heue offeryng, vnto Eleazar the preaste: as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
31:42And the other halfe of the chyldren of Israel whiche Moses separated from the men of warre,
31:43(that is to wete the halfe that perteyned vnto the congregacion) was .iij. hundred thousande, and .xxxvij. thousande & fyue hundred shepe:
31:44and .xxxvi. thousande oxen:
31:45and .xxx. thousand asses, and fyue hundred:
31:46and .xvi. thousande soules of wemen.
31:47And Moses toke of his halfe that perteyned vnto the children of Israel, one porcyon of fyftye, both of the wemen and of the catell, and gaue them vnto the Leuites, which wayted vpon the habitacyon of the Lorde, as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
31:48And the offycers of thousandes of the hooste, the captaynes ouer the thousandes, and the captaynes ouer the hundredes came forth, and sayde vnto Moses:
31:49Thy seruauntes haue taken the summe of the men of warre, which are vnder oure auctoryte, and there lacketh not one man of vs.
31:50We haue therfore brought a present vnto the Lorde what euery man founde of iewels of golde, cheyns, bracellettes, rynges, earynges and spangels, to make an atonement for our soules before the Lorde.
31:51And Moses and Eleazar toke the golde of them, iewels of all maner fashions.
31:52And all the golde of the heueoffering that they heued vp to the Lorde, (of the captaynes ouer thousandes and hundredes) was .xvi. thousande .vij. hundred and fyftye sycles,
31:53for the men of warre had spoyled, euery man for him selfe.
31:54And Moses and Eleazar the prest toke the golde of the captaynes ouer the thousandes and of the captaynes ouer the hundredes, & brought it into the tabernacle of witnes, for a memoriall of the children of Israel before the Lorde.
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."