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The Great Bible 1539



1:1After the death of Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde, it happened also that the Lorde spake vnto Iosua the sonne of Nun Moses minister saying:
1:2Moses my seruaunt is deed. Now therfore vp & goo ouer Iordan: thou & all this people, vnto the lande the whych I geue vnto the children of Israel.
1:3All the places that the sooles of youre fete shall treade vpon, haue I geuen you, as I sayde vnto Moses:
1:4from the wildernes & this Libanon vnto the greate ryuer Euphrates: all the lande of the Hethites, euen vnto the great see towarde the going downe of the sonne, shalbe youre coaste.
1:5There shall not a man be able to withstande that all the dayes of thy lyfe. For as I was with Moses, so will I be with the and will not fayll the, nor forsake the.
1:6Be strong therfore and bolde: for vnto this people shalt thou deuyde the lande which I sware vnto their fathers to geue them.
1:7Onely be thou strong & as bolde as thou canst, that thou mayest obserue & do according to all the lawe, which Moses my seruaunt commaunded the. Tourne therfrom nether to the right hand, nor to the lefte: that thou mayste do wysely in all thou takest in hande:
1:8let not the boke of this lawe departe out of thy mouthe: But recorde therin daye & night that thou mayst obserue, & do according to all that is written therin. For then shalt thou make thy waye prosperouse, and then thou shalt do wysely.
1:9Haue not I commaunded the, that thou shuldest be stronge & hardye & not feare ner be faynt harted? For I the Lord thy God am with the, whether soeuer thou goest.
1:10Then Iosua commaunded the officers of the people, sayinge:
1:11Goo thorowe the myddes of the hoste, & comaunde the people, saying: prepare you vitayles: for after thre dayes ye shall passe ouer this Iordan, to goo in & enioye the lande which the Lord youre God geueth you, to possesse it.
1:12And vnto the Rubenites, Gadites, & half the trybe of Manasses spake Iosua saying:
1:13Remember the worde, which Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde commaunded you, sayinge: the Lorde youre God hathe geuen you reast, & hathe geuen you this land.
1:14Youre wyues, youre children, and youre catell shall remayne in the lande which Moses gaue you on this syde Iordan: But ye shall go before youre brethren armyd, all that be men of warre, and helpe them
1:15vntill the Lorde haue geuen youre brethren reast, as he hathe you, and vntill they also haue obtayned the lande, which the Lorde youre God geueth them. And then shall ye retourne vnto the lande of youre possession & enioye it, which lande Moses the Lordes seruaunt gaue you on this syde Iordan towarde the sonne rysynge.
1:16And they answered Iosua sayinge: All that thou hast commaunded vs, we will do, and whether soeuer thou sendest vs, we wyll go.
1:17According as we obeyed Moses in all thinges, so wyll we obeye the: onlye the Lorde thy God be with the as he was with Moses.
1:18And whosoeuer he be that doth dysobeye thy mouth, and will not herken vnto thy wordes in all that thou commaundest him, let him dye: Onlye be strong and of good courage.
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."