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The Great Bible 1539



20:1When thou goest out to battel agaynst thyne enemyes, and seest horses and charettes, and people mo then thou, be not afrayed of them, for the Lorde thy God is wyth the, whyche broughte the out of the lande of Egypte.
20:2And when ye are come nye vnto battell, the Preaste shall come forth to speake vnto the people,
20:3and shall saye vnto them: Heare O Israel, ye are come vnto battell agaynste youre enemyes let not youre hartes faynte, nether feare, nor be amased nor adread of them.
20:4For the Lord youre God goeth wt you, to fighte for you agaynste youre enemyes, & to saue you.
20:5And let the offycers speake vnto the people, sayinge: If any man haue bylt a newe house, and haue not dedicate it, let hym go & returne to hys house, lest he dye in the battell, and another man dedicate it.
20:6And yf any man haue planted a vyneyarde, & haue not made it comen let him go & returne agayne vnto hys house, lest he dye in the batell, and another make it comen.
20:7And yf any man be betrauthed vnto a wyfe, and haue not taken her, let him go and returne agayne vnto hys house, lest he dye in the battell, and another man take her.
20:8And let the offycers speake further vnto the people, and saye: If any man feare and be faynte herted, let hym go and returne vnto hys house, lest he make hys brothers hert faynte as well as hys.
20:9And when the offycers haue made and ende of speakynge vnto the people, they shall make captaynes of warre ouer them:
20:10When thou comest nye vnto a cytie to fyght agaynst it offre them peace.
20:11And yf they answere the agayne peasably, and open vnto the, then let all the people that is founde therin, be tributaryes vnto the, and serue the.
20:12And yf they wyll make no peace wt the, but make warre agaynste the, thou shalt besege it.
20:13And when the Lorde thy God hath delyuered it into thyne handes, thou shalt smyte all the males therof wyth the edge of the swerde:
20:14But the wemen and the chyldren, and the catell, and all that is in the cytie, and all the spoyle therof, shalt thou take vnto thy selfe, and eate the spoyle of thyne enemyes, which the Lorde thy God hath geuen the.
20:15Thus shalt thou do vnto all the cyties whych are a greate waye of from the, and not of the cyties of these nacyons.
20:16But of the cyties of these nacions, which the Lorde thy God shall geue the to enheret, thou shalt saue alyue nothinge that bretheth.
20:17But shalt destroye them without redempcyon, namely the Hethites, the Amorites, the Cananites, the Pherezites, the Heuites, and the Iebusites, as the Lorde thy God hath commaunded the,
20:18that they teache you not to do after all their abhominacyons, whych they haue done vnto their goddes, & so ye shulde synne agaynst the Lorde youre God.
20:19When thou hast beseged a cytie longe tyme, and made warre agaynst it to take it, destroye not the trees therof, that thou woldest thrust an axe vnto them: But eate of them, and cut them not downe. For the trees of the feldes are no men, to come agaynst the and so besege the.
20:20Onely those trees whych thou knowest that they are not frutefull. those shalt thou destroye and cutt downe, & make bulworkes agaynst the cytie that maketh warre wyth the, vntyll thou subdue it.
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."