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The Great Bible 1539



32:1The chyldren Ruben and the chyldren of Gad had an exceadynge greate multitude of catell. And when they sawe the lande of Iazer and the lande of Gilead that it was apte place for catell,
32:2the chyldren of Ruben and the chyldren of Gad came & spake vnto Moses and Eleazar the preast and vnto the lordes of the congregacyon, saying:
32:3The lande of Ataroth and Dibon, Iazer and Nemrah, Hesbon and Elealeh, Sabam and Nebo and Beon:
32:4which contreye the Lorde smote before the congregacyon of Israel: is a lande mete for a catell, and we thy seruauntes haue catell:
32:5wherfore (sayde they) yf we haue founde grace in thy syght, let this land be geuen vnto thy seruauntes to possesse, and bryng vs not ouer Iordan.
32:6And Moses sayde vnto the children of Gad and of Ruben: shall youre brethren goo to warre, and ye shall syt here?
32:7Wherfore discorage ye the hert of the chyldren of Israel, that they shulde not goo ouer into the lande, which the Lorde hath geuen them?
32:8Thus dyd your fathers, when I sent them from Cades Barne to se the lande.
32:9For when they went vp euen vnto the riuer of Escol, and sawe the lande: they discoraged the hert of the children of Israel, that they shulde not go into the lande, which the Lorde hath geuen them.
32:10And the Lorde was wroth the same tyme and sware, saying:
32:11None of the men that came out of Egipte from twentye yere olde and aboue, shall se the lande which I sware vnto Abraham, Isaac and Iacob, because they haue not wholy folowed me:
32:12saue Caleb the sonne of Iephune the Kenesite, and Iosua the sonne of Nun: for they haue folowed the Lorde.
32:13And the Lorde was angry with Israel, and made them wandre in the wildernes fourty yere, vntyll all the generacyon that had done euell in the syght of the Lorde were consumed.
32:14And beholde, ye are rysen vp in your fathers steade, as an encrease of synfull men, to augmente the fearce wrath of the Lorde, to Israel warde.
32:15For yf ye turne awaye from after hym, he will yet agayne leaue the people in the wyldernesse, and ye shall destroye all thys folke.
32:16And they went nere him, and sayde: we will buylde shepefoldes here for oure shepe and for oure catell, and cityes for our children.
32:17But we our selues will goo ready armed before the chyldren of Israel, vntyll we haue brought them vnto their place. And our children shall dwell in the fenced cityes, because of the inhabiters of the lande.
32:18We wyll not returne vnto oure houses, vntyll the children of Israel haue enhereted, euery man his enheritaunce.
32:19Neyther will we enheret with them on yonder syde Iordan forwarde, because oure enheritaunce is fallen to vs on this syde Iordan eastwarde.
32:20And Moses sayde vnto them: yf ye will do this thinge, and goo harnessed before the Lorde to warre,
32:21and wyll go all of you in harnesse ouer Iordan before the Lorde, vntyll he haue cast out his enemies before him:
32:22and vntyll the lande be subdued before the Lorde, then ye shall returne and be without synne before the Lord and before Israel, and this lande shalbe youre possessyon before the Lorde.
32:23But and yf ye wyll not do so, beholde, ye haue synned agaynst the Lord: and be sure, youre synne wyll fynde you out.
32:24Nowe therfore, buylde cityes for youre chyldren, and foldes for your shepe, and do that ye haue spoken.
32:25The children of Gad and the children of Ruben spake vnto Moses, sayinge: thy seruauntes wyll do as my lorde commaundeth.
32:26Our chyldren, our wyues, oure shepe and our catell shall remayne here in the cityes of Gilead.
32:27But thy seruauntes wyll goo all harnessed for the warre, and vnto battayll before the Lorde, as my lorde sayth.
32:28And for theyr sakes, Moses commaunded Eleazar the preast, and Iosua the sonne of Nun, and the auncient fathers of the trybes of the chyldren of Israel:
32:29and Moses saide vnto them: If the children of Gad and the children of Ruben wyll go with you ouer Iordan, all prepared to fyght before the Lord, then when the lande is subdued before you, ye shall geue them the lande of Gilead to possesse:
32:30but and yf they wyll not go ouer with you in harnesse, they shall haue their possessions amonge you in the lande of Canaam.
32:31And the children of Gad and the chyldren of Ruben answered, sayinge: As the Lorde hath sayde vnto thy seruauntes, so wyll we do.
32:32We will go harnessed before the Lorde into the lande of Canaan, that the possession of oure enheritaunce maye be on thys syde Iordan.
32:33And Moses gaue vnto the chyldren of Gad and to the children of Ruben, and vnto halfe the trybe of Manasse the sonne of Ioseph, the kingdome of Sehon kynge of the Amorites, and the kingdome of Og king of Basan, the lande wt the cityes therof in the coastes and cityes of the countrey rounde about.
32:34And the children of Gad buylt Dibon & Ataroth, & Aroer, and Atroth,
32:35Sophan Iaeser, &, Iegabea,
32:36Bethnimra, & Betharan, fenced cities, & they buylt foldes for the shepe.
32:37And the children of Ruben buylt Hesbon, Eleale, Kiriathaim,
32:38Nebo, Baal, Meon, & turned their names, & Sibama also: and gaue other names vnto the cityes which they builded.
32:39And the children of Machir the sonne of Manasse went to Gilead, and toke it, & put out the Amorites that dwelt therin.
32:40And Moses gaue Gilead vnto Machir the sonne of Manasse, and he dwelt therin.
32:41And Iahir the sonne of Manasse went and toke the small townes therof, and called them Hauoth Iair.
32:42And Nobah went and toke kenath, and the townes longyng therto, & called it Nobah after his awne name.
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."