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The Great Bible 1539



25:1If there be stryfe betwene men, they shall come vnto the lawe, and let the iudges geue sentence betwene them, and iustifye the ryghteous, & condemne the vngodly.
25:2And yf any man be vngodly, and worthy of strypes, then let the iudge cause to take hym doune, and to beate hym before hys face accordynge to hys trespace vnto a certayne nombr
25:3.xl. strypes he shall geue hym and not passe: lest yf he shulde exceade and beate hym aboue that with many strypes, thy brother shulde appere vngoodly before thyne eyes.
25:4Thou shalt not mosell the oxe that treadeth out the corne.
25:5Yf brethren dwell together, and one of them dye and haue no chylde, the wyfe of the deed shall not mary without vnto a straunger: but hys brother shall go in vnto her, and take her to wyfe, and occupye the rowme of his kynsman.
25:6And the eldest sonne which she beareth, shall succede in the name of hys brother whych is deed, that his name be not put out of Israel.
25:7And yf the man wyll not take hys brothers wyfe, then let her go vp to the gate vnto the elders, and saye: My husbandes brother refuseth to sterre vp vnto hys brother a name in Israel, nether will he marye me.
25:8Then the elders of hys cytie shall call hym, and comen with hym. And yf he stande and saye: I wyll not take her,
25:9then shall hys kynswoman come vnto him in the presence of the elders, & loose hys showe of hys fote, & spyt in hys face, and answere, & saye: So shall it be done vnto that man, that doth noth bylde vp hys brothers house.
25:10And hys name shall be called in Israel, the vnshodhouse.
25:11If when men stryue together, one with another, the wyfe of the one ronne to, for to ryd her husbande out of the handes of hym that smyteth hym, and put forth her hande, & take him by the secrettes:
25:12Thou shalt cut of her hande, and lett not thyne eye pytie her.
25:13Thou shalt not haue in thy bagge two maner of weightes, a greate and a small:
25:14nether shalt thou haue in thyne house dyuerse measures, a great & a small.
25:15But thou shalt haue a right, and iust weight, and a perfect, and a iust measure shalt thou haue: that thy dayes maye be lengthed in the lande, whych the Lorde thy God geueth the.
25:16For all that do soche thynges and all that do vnryght, are abhominacion vnto the Lorde thy God:
25:17Remembre what Amalech dyd vnto the by the waye, whan ye were come out of Egipte,
25:18how he met the by the waye, & smote the hyndmost of you, all that were feble & came behynde, when thou wast faynted and werye, and he feared not God.
25:19Therfore when the Lorde thy God hath geuen the reast from all thyne enemyes rounde aboute, in the lande whych the Lorde thy God geueth the to enheret and possesse: se that thou put oute the remembraunce of Amalech from vnder heauen and forget not.
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."