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The Great Bible 1539



23:1None that is gelded or hath hys preuye membres cutt of, shall come into the congregacyon of the Lorde.
23:2And he that is borne of a comen woman, shall not come into the congregacyon of the Lorde, no not in the tenth generacyon he shall not entre into the congregacyon of the Lorde.
23:3The Ammonites and the Moabites shall not come into the congregacyon of the Lorde, no not in the tenth generacyon, nor they shall neuer come into the congregacyon of the Lorde,
23:4because they met you not wyth bread and water in the waye, when ye came out of Egypt, and because they hyred agaynst the. Balaam the sonne of Beor of Pethor, of Mesopotamia, to curse the.
23:5Neuerthelesse the Lorde thy God wolde not herken vnto Balaam, but the Lorde thy God turned the curse to a blessynge vnto the, because the Lorde thy God loued the.
23:6Thou shalt not seke the prosperyte or welth of them all thy dayes for euer.
23:7Thou shalt not abhorre an Edomite, for he is thy brother: nether shalt thou abhorre an Egipcian, because thou wast a straunger in hys lande.
23:8The chyldren that are begotten of them shall come into the congregacyon of the Lorde in the .iij. generacyon.
23:9When thou goest out wyth the host agaynst thyne enemyes, kepe the from all wickednesse.
23:10If there be amonge you any man that is vncleane, by the reason of vnclennesse that chaunceth hym by nyght, let hym go out of the host,
23:11and not come in agayne, into the hoost, but at euen let hym wasshe hym selfe wyth water, & then when the sonne is doune, let him come into the host agayne.
23:12Thou shalt haue a place also without the host, whether thou shalt resorte to,
23:13and thou shalt haue a sharpe poynte vpon thy wepon: and when thou wylt ease thy selfe, dygge therwith, & turne and couer that whych is departed from the.
23:14For the Lord thy God walketh in the middes of thyne host, to rydd the, and to set thyne enemies before the. Therfore shall the place of thyne host be pure, that he se no vncleane thynge in the, and so turne him selfe from the.
23:15Thou shalt not delyuer vnto his master the seruaunt whych is escaped from hys master vnto the.
23:16He shall dwell with the, euen amonge you in what place he hym selfe lyketh best, in one of thy cyties where it is good for hym, and thou shalt not vexe hym.
23:17There shalbe no whore of the daughters of Israel, nor whore keper of the sonnes of Israel.
23:18Thou shalt nether brynge the hyer of an whore nor the pryce of a dogge into the house of the Lorde thy God, in any maner of vowe, for euen both of them are abhominacyon vnto the Lorde thy God.
23:19Thou shalt not hurt thy brother by vsury of money, ner by vsury of corne, ner by vsury of any thynge that he maye be hurt withall.
23:20Unto a straunger thou mayst lende vpon vsurye, but not vnto thy brother, that the Lorde thy God may blesse the in all that thou settest thyne hande to, in the lande whether thou goest to conquere it.
23:21When thou hast vowed a vowe vnto the Lorde thy God, thou shalt not slacke to paye it. For the Lorde thy God wyll surely requyre it of the, and it shalbe synne in the.
23:22If thou shalt leue vowynge, it shalbe no synne in the:
23:23but that which is once gone out of thy lyppes, thou must kepe and do, accordynge as thou hast vowed vnto the Lorde thy God of a frewyll, and as thou hast spoken wyth thy mouth.
23:24When thou commest into thy neyghbours vyneyarde, thou mayst eate grapes thy belly full at thine awne pleasure: but thou shalt put none in thy vessell.
23:25Euen so whan thou commest into thy neyghbours corne, thou mayst plucke the eares with thyne hande, but thou shalt not moue a sycle vnto thy neyghbours corne.
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."