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The Great Bible 1539



6:1These are the commaundementes, ordinaunces and lawes whych the Lord youre God commaunded me to teach you that ye might do them in the lande whether ye go to possesse it:
6:2namely, that thou myghtest feare the Lorde thy God, and kepe all hys ordinaunces and hys commaundementes whych I commaunde the: thou and thy sonne, and thy sonnes sonne all dayes of thy lyfe, that thy dayes maye be prolonged.
6:3Heare therfore. O Israel, and take hede, that thou do therafter, that it maye go well with the, and that ye maye encrease myghtely, euen as the Lorde God of thy fathers hath promysed the a lande, that floweth wyth mylcke and hony.
6:4Heare O Israel, the Lorde oure God is Lorde only,
6:5and thou shalt loue the Lorde thy God with all thyne harte, & with all thy soule, & with all thy might.
6:6And these wordes which I commaunde the thys daye, shalbe in thine herte,
6:7and thou shalt shewe them vnto thy chyldren, and shalt talke of them when thou art at home in thyne house, and as thou walkest by the waye, and when thou lyest doune, and when thou rysest vp:
6:8and thou shalt bynde them for a sygne vpon thine hande. And they shalbe warnynges betwene thyne eyes
6:9and thou shalt write them vpon the postes of thy house and vpon thy gates.
6:10And when the Lord thy God hath brought the into the lande, whych he sware vnto thy fathers, Abraham Isahac and Iacob, and geueth the greate & goodly cyties which thou byldedst not,
6:11houses full of all maner of goodes which thou fylledst not, and welles dygged which thou dyggedest not, vineyardes & oliue trees which thou plantedst not, and when thou hast eaten & art full:
6:12Then beware, lest thou forget the Lorde, whyche broughte the oute of the lande of Egypt from the house of bondage.
6:13Thou shalt feare the Lorde thy God, & serue him, and swere by his nam
6:14Se that ye walcke not after straunge goddes: the goddes of the nacyons which are aboute you.
6:15For the Lorde thy God is a gelouse God amonge you, lest the countenaunce of the Lorde thy God be moued to wrath agaynst the, and destroye the from of the erth.
6:16Ye shall not tempte the Lorde your God as ye dyd in the tentacyon.
6:17But kepe the commaundementes of the Lorde youre God, and hys witnesses and his ordinaunces which he hath commaunded the,
6:18and thou shalt do that which is right and good in the syghte of the Lorde: that thou mayst prospere, and that thou mayst go in, and conquere that good lande whyche the Lorde sware vnto thy fathers,
6:19to cast oute all thyne enemyes before the as the Lorde hath sayed.
6:20And when thy sonne asketh the in tyme to come, sayinge: What meaneth these witnesses, ordinaunces & lawes, which the Lorde oure God hath commaunded you?
6:21Then thou shalt saye vnto thy sonne: We were Pharaos bondmen in Egypte, and the Lorde brought vs out of Egipte with a myghtie hande.
6:22And the Lorde shewed signes & wondres greate & euell vpon Egypte, vpon Pharao & vpon all hys housholde, before oure eyes,
6:23but brought vs oute from thence: to brynge vs in, and to geue vs the lande which he sware vnto oure fathers.
6:24And he hath commaunded vs, to do all these ordinaunces, and to feare the Lorde oure God, for oure welth all the dayes of our lyfe, as it is come to passe thys daye.
6:25Moreouer thys shalbe oure ryghteousnes before the Lorde oure God, yf we take hede & kepe all these commaundmentes, as he hath commaunded vs.
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."