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The Great Bible 1539



13:1If there a ryse amonge you a prophete or a dreamer of dreames, and geue the a sygne, or a wonder,
13:2and that sygne or wonder whych he hath sayde come to passe, and then saye: let vs go after straunge Goddes whych thou hast not knowen, and let vs serue them
13:3herken not thou vnto the wordes of that prophete or dreamer of dreames. For the Lorde thy God proueth you, to wete, whether ye loue the Lorde youre God wyth all youre herte and with all your soule.
13:4Ye shall walke after the Lorde youre God, and feare him, kepe his commaundmentes, and herken vnto hys voyce, serue him, and cleaue vnto hym.
13:5And that prophete or dreamer of dreames shall dye, because he hath spoken to turne you a waye from the Lorde youre God, (which brought you out of the lande of Egypte, and delyuered you out of the house of bondage) to thrust the out of the waye, which the Lorde thy God commaunded the to walke in: and therfore thou shalt put the euell a waye from the.
13:6If thy brother, the sonne of thy mother, or thyne awne sonne, or thy daughter, or the wyfe that lyeth in thy bosome, or thy frende which is as thyne awne soule vnto the, entice the secretly, saying: let vs go & serue straunge Goddes, whych thou hast not knowen nor yet thy fathers,
13:7And they be of the Goddes of the people which are rounde aboute you, whether they be nye vnto the or farre of from the, from the one ende of the erth vnto the other,
13:8Thou shalt not consente vnto him, nor herken vnto him: thine eye shall not pitie him nether shalt thou haue compassion on him, nor kepe him secret but cause him to be slayne.
13:9Thyne hande shalbe fyrst vpon him to kyll hym: & then the handes of all the people.
13:10And thou shalt stone him wyth stones that he dye, because he hath gone aboute to thrust the awaye from the Lorde thy God, which brought the out of the lande of Egipte, and from the house of bondage.
13:11And all Israel shall heare and feare, and shall do no moare any soche wyckednesse as this is, amonge you.
13:12If thou shalt heare saye in one of thy cyties which the Lorde thy God hath geuen the to dwell in,
13:13that certen men beynge the chyldren of Belial, are gone out from amonge you, and haue moued the enhabiters of their cytie, sayinge: let vs go and serue straunge Goddes, which ye haue not knowen.
13:14Then thou must seke, and make serche and enquere diligently. And beholde, yf it be true, and the thynge of a suertye, that soche abhominacion is wrought among you:
13:15then thou shalt smyte the dwellers of that cytie in the edge of the swerde, and destroye it vtterly, and all that is therin, and euen the very catell therof with the edge of the swerde.
13:16And gether all the spoyle of it into the myddes of the streate therof, and burne with fyre both the cytie & all the spoyle therof euery white for the Lorde thy God. And it shalbe an heape for euer & shall not be bylt agayne.
13:17And there shall cleaue naught of the damned thynge in thine hande, that the Lorde maye turne from the fearcenesse of hys wrath, and shewe the mercye, and haue compassyon on the, and multiplye the, as he hath sworne vnto thy fathers.
13:18Therfore shalt thou herken vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God, to kepe all hys commaundmentes, whych I commaunde the this daye, that thou do it, which is ryght in the eyes of the Lorde thy God.
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."