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The Great Bible 1539



6:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
6:2speake vnto the children of Israel, and saye vnto them: when ether man or woman doth separate them selues to vowe a vowe of an absteiner, and appoynte them selues vnto the Lorde,
6:3he shall separate hym selfe from wyne and stronge dryncke, and shall dryncke no vynagre of wyne nor of stronge drynke, nor shall drynke whatsoeuer is pressed out of grapes: & shall eate no freshe grapes nether yet dryed. As longe as hys abstinence endureth,
6:4shall he eate nothynge that is made of the vyne tre, or of the cornels, or of the huske of the grape.
6:5And as longe as he voweth, and is separated, there shall no rasure come apon hys heed: But vntyll hys dayes be out, in the which he separateth him selfe vnto the Lorde, he shalbe holy, and shall let the lockes of hys heere growe.
6:6As longe as he consecrateth hym selfe vnto the Lorde, he shall come at no deed bodye:
6:7he shall not make hym selfe vncleane at the death of hys father, mother, brother or syster: because that the vowe of the abstinence of hys God is vpon hys heade.
6:8All the dayes of hys abstinence he is holy vnto the Lorde.
6:9And yf it fortune that any man by chaunce dye sodenly before hym, the heed of hys abstinence shalbe defyled, and he shall shaue hys heed the daye of hys clensynge: euen the seuenth daye he shall shaue it.
6:10And the eyght daye he shall brynge two turtels or two yonge pigeons to the Preaste, before the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse.
6:11And the Preaste shall offer the one for synne and the other for a burnt offerynge, and make an attonement for hym, as concernynge that he synned vpon a soule, and shall halowe hys heed the same daye,
6:12and he shall consecrate hym selfe vnto the Lorde (the tyme of hys abstinencye) and shall brynge a lambe of a yere olde for trespace: but the dayes that were before are lost, because hys abstinencie was defyled.
6:13Thys is the lawe of the absteyner, when the tyme of hys abstinence is out, he shalbe broughte vnto the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse,
6:14and he shall brynge hys offerynge vnto the Lorde: an he lambe of a yere olde without blemyshe for a burntofferynge, and a she lambe of a yere olde without blemyshe for synne, a ram wythout blemyshe also for a peace offerynge,
6:15and a basket of swete breed, euen cakes of fyne floure myngled with oyle, and wafers of swete bread anoynted wyth oyle wyth their meatofferynges and drynk offerynges.
6:16And the Preaste shall brynge hym before the Lord, and offer hys synofferynge and his burntofferynge,
6:17and shall offer the ram for a peaceofferynge vnto the Lorde, wyth the basket of swete breed, and the Preaste shall offer also his meat offerynge and his drinckofferynge.
6:18And he shall shaue the heed of the absteyner in the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse: euen the heed of his abstinence, and shall take the heere of his sober heed, and put it in the fyre, which is vnder the peaceofferynge.
6:19And the preaste shall take the sodden shoulder of the ram, and one swete cake out of the basket, and one swete wafer also, and put them vpon the handes of the absteyner (after he hath shauen his abstinence of)
6:20and the Preaste shall waue them before the Lorde. And these holy thynges shalbe the prestes, wyth the wauebrest and heue shoulder: and then the absteyner maye drynke wyne.
6:21Thys is the lawe of the absteyner whych hath vowed his offrynge vnto the Lorde for his consecracyon: Besydes those thynges that hys hande can gett, accordynge to the vowe whych he vowed, euen so he must do after the lawe of hys abstinence.
6:22And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, sayinge:
6:23speake vnto Aaron and his sonnes sayinge: of thys wyse ye shall blesse the chyldren of Israel, and saye vnto them.
6:24The Lorde blesse the, and kepe the.
6:25The Lorde make hys face shyne vpon the, and be mercyfull vnto the.
6:26The Lorde lyfte vp countenaunce vpon the, and geue the peace.
6:27And they shall put my name vpon the chyldren of Israel, and I wyll blesse 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."