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The Great Bible 1539



33:1Thys is the blessynge wherwyth Moses the man of God blessed the chyldren of Israell before hys death,
33:2and sayde: The Lorde came from Sinai and shewed hys beames from Seir vnto them, and apeared from mount Pharan, and he came wyth thousandes of sayntes, and in his ryghte hande a lawe of fyre for them.
33:3And he loued the people. All hys sayntes also are in thy handes. They were smytten to go after thy fete, and to receaue of thy wordes.
33:4Moses gaue vs a lawe to be an enheritaunce of the congregacyon of Iacob.
33:5And he was in Israel kynge when the heades of the people, and the trybes of Israel were gathered together.
33:6Let Ruben lyue, and not dye: and be fewe in nombre.
33:7Thys same also happen to Iuda. And he sayde: heare Lorde the voyce of Iuda, and brynge hym vnto hys people: hys handes shalbe good ynough for him, yf thou helpe hym agaynst hys enemyes.
33:8And vnto Leui he sayde: Thumim & vrim shalbe with the, & wyth euery one that is godly in the. Thou dyddest proue him also in the tentacyon & striuedst wyth hym at the waters of stryfe.
33:9He that hath sayde vnto his father and to his mother: I haue not sene him, And he that knewe not his brethren, ner knewe his awne chyldren, those are they that haue obserued thy worde, and shall kepe thy couenaunt.
33:10They shall teache Iacob thy iudgementes, and Israel thy lawe. They shall put cens before thy nose, and the burnt sacrifyce vpon thyne altare.
33:11Blesse Lord his fyrst frutes and accept the worke of his handes: smyte the loynes of them that ryse agaynst him, and of them that hate him, that they ryse not agayne.
33:12And of Ben Iamin he sayde. The Lordes derlynge shall dwell in saffetye vpon hym & the Lorde shall couer him all the daye longe, and he shall dwell betwene his shoulders.
33:13And of Ioseph he sayde: blessed of the Lord is his lande for the frutes of heauen, thorowe the dewe and sprynges that lye beneth,
33:14and for the swete frutes of the encrease of the sonne, and rype frutes of the mone:
33:15for the fyrst frutes of the principall mountaynes, and for the frutes that the hylles brynge furth for euer,
33:16and for the frutes of the erth, and fulnesse therof: and for the good wyll of hym that dwelt in the bushe, shall the blessynge come vpon the heade of Ioseph, & vpon the toppe of the heade of him that was separated from amonge his brethren
33:17his firstborne oxe hath be wtie, and his hornes are as the hornes of an vnycorne. And wyth them he shall trouble the nacyons together, euen vnto the endes of the worlde. These are also the many thousandes of Ephraim, & the thousandes of Manasses.
33:18And vnto Zabulon he sayde: Reioyse Zabulon in thy goynge out, and thou Isachar in thy tentes.
33:19They shall call the people vnto the hyll, and there they shall offer offerynges of ryghteousnes. For they shall sucke of the abundance of the see, and of treasure hyd in the sande.
33:20And vnto Gad he sayde: blessed be the rowme maker Gad: he dwelleth as a Lyon, that catcheth the arme wyth the heade.
33:21He sawe therfore his begynninge, and that there was a porcyon there to hyde the lawgeuer, and he came with the heades of the people, and executed the ryghteousnes of the Lorde and his iudgementes with Israel.
33:22And vnto Dan he sayde: Dan is a lyons whelpe, he shall flowe from Basan.
33:23And vnto Nephthali he sayde, Nephthali hath abundaunce of Gods good pleasure, & is fylled with the blessynge of the Lorde, & shall haue his possessyons towarde the southwest.
33:24And to Aser he sayde: Aser shalbe blessed with chyldren: he shalbe acceptable vnto his brethren, & shall dyppe his fote in oyle:
33:25Thy dwellynge be yron and brasse, and thyne age be as thy youth.
33:26There is none lyke vnto the God of Israel: which though he sit vpon the heauen as vpon a horse, yet is he thy helper, whose glory is in the celestiall places.
33:27The eternall God is thy refuge, & vnder the armes of the Euerlastynge God shalt thou lyue. He shall cast out the enemye before the, and saye, destroye.
33:28Israel then shall dwell in safetye, & alone. And the eye of Iacob shalbe vpon a lande of corne and wyne, and hys heauens shall droppe the dewe.
33:29Happye art thou o Israel, who is lyke vnto the? O people, that art saued in the Lorde, which is the shylde of thy helpe, and swerde of thy glorye. Thyne enemies haue lost their strength to the warde, and thou shalt treade vpon the heygth of 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."