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The Great Bible 1539



33:1These are the iourneies of the children of Israel, which went out of the lande of Egipt with their armyes vnder the hande of Moses and Aaron.
33:2And Moses wrote their goinge out by their iourneyes, accordyng to the commaundement of the Lord: euen these are the iourneyes of their goynge out.
33:3They departed from Rahemses the .xv. daye of the fyrst moneth, on the morowe after Passeouer: and the children of Israel went out with an hye hande in the syght of all the Egipcyans.
33:4For the Egipcyans buryed all their fyrst borne which the Lorde had smyten amonge them. And vpon theyr goddes also the Lorde dyd execucion.
33:5And the children of Israel remoued from Rahemses, and pitched in Socoth.
33:6And they departed from Socoth, and pitched theyr tentes in Ethan, which is in the edge of the wildernesse.
33:7And they remoued from Ethan, and turned againe vnto Pi Hiroth which is before Baal zephon: and pitched before Migdol.
33:8And they departed from the playne of Hiroth: and went thorowe the myddes of the see in the wildernes, and went .iij. dayes iorney in the wildernes of Ethan, and pitched in Marah.
33:9And they remoued from Marah, and came vnto Elim, where were twelue fountaynes of water, and .lxx. paulmetrees, and they pitched there.
33:10And they remoued from Elim, and laye fast by the red see.
33:11And they remoued from the red see, and laye in the wildernes of Sin.
33:12And they toke their iorneye out of the wyldernesse of Sin, and set vp theyr tentes in Daphka.
33:13And they departed from Daphka, and laye in Alus.
33:14And they remoued from Alus, and laye at Raphedim, where was no water for the people to drynke.
33:15And they departed from Raphedim, and pitched in the wildernes of Sinai.
33:16And they remoued from the desert of Sinai, and pitched at the graues of lust.
33:17And they departed from the sepulchres of lust, and laye at Hazeroth.
33:18And they departed from Hazeroth, and pitched in Rithma.
33:19And departed from Rithma, and pitched at Rimon Parez.
33:20And they departed from Rimon parez, and pitched in Libna.
33:21And they remoued from Libna, and pitched at Risa.
33:22And they iourneied from Risa, and pitched in Rehelatha.
33:23And they went from Rehelatha, and pitched in mount Sapher.
33:24And they remoued from mount Sapher, and laye in Harada.
33:25And they remoued from Harada, and pitched in Makeheloth.
33:26And they remoued from Makeheloth, and laye at Tahath.
33:27And they departed from Tahath, and pitched at Tharath.
33:28And they remoued from Tharath, & pitched in Mithca.
33:29And they went from Mithca, and pitched in Hasmona.
33:30And they departed from Hasmona, and laye at Moseroth.
33:31And they departed from Moseroth, and pitched in Bane Iakan.
33:32And they remoued from Bane Iakan, and laye at Horgadgad.
33:33And they went from Horgadgad, and pitched in Iathbatha.
33:34And they remoued from Iathbatha, and laye at Abrona.
33:35And they departed from Abrona, and laye at Ezeon gaber.
33:36And they remoued from Ezeon gaber, and pitched in the wyldernesse of Sin, whych is Cades.
33:37And they remoued from Cades, and pitched in mounte Hor, whiche is in the edge of the lande of Edom.
33:38And Aaron the preast went vp into mount Hor at the commaundement of the Lorde, and dyed there, euen in the fourtyth yere, after the chyldren of Israel were come out of the lande of Egypte, and in the fyrst daye of the fyfth moneth.
33:39And Aaron was an hundred and .xxiij. yere olde when he died in mount Hor.
33:40And king Erad the Canaanite, which dwelte in the south of the lande of Canaan, hearde of the comming of the chyldren of Israel.
33:41And they departed from mounte Hor, and pitched in Zalmona.
33:42And they departed from Zalmona, and pitched in Phunun.
33:43And they departed from Phunun, and pitched in Oboth.
33:44And they departed from Oboth, and pitched in Iehabarim, and towarde the border of Moab.
33:45And they departed from Iehabarim, and pitched in Dibon Gad.
33:46And they remoued from Dibon Gad, and laye in Almon Diblathaim.
33:47And they remoued from Almon Diblathaim, and pitched in the mountaynes of Abarim before Nabo.
33:48And they departed from the mountaynes of Abarim, and pitched in the feldes of Moab, fast by Iordan oueragainst Iericho.
33:49And they pitched by Iordan, from Beth Haiesmoth vnto the playne of Sittim in the feldes of Moab.
33:50And the Lorde spake vnto Moses in the feldes of Moab by Iordan oueragainst Iericho, saying:
33:51speake vnto the children of Israel, and say vnto them: when ye are come ouer Iordan to entre into the lande of Canaan,
33:52ye shall dryue out all the inhabiters of the lande before you, and destroye all their pictures, and breake asunder all their ymages of metall, and plucke downe all theyr aulters.
33:53And possesse the lande & dwell therin, for I haue geuen you the lande to enioye it.
33:54And ye shall deuyde the enheritaunce of the land by lot amonge your kynredes, and geue to the mo the more enheritaunce, and to the fewer the lesse enheritaunce. And youre enheritaunce shalbe in the trybes of your fathers, euery mans enheritaunce in the place where his lot faleth.
33:55But and yf ye wyll not dryue oute the inhabiters of the lande before you, than those which ye let remayne of them, shalbe prickes in youre eyes, and dartes in your sydes, and shall vexe you in the lande wherin ye dwell.
33:56Moreouer, it will come to passe, that I shall do vnto you, as I thought to do vnto them.
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."