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The Great Bible 1539



23:1And it came to passe a longe ceason after that the Lorde had geuen reste vnto Israel from all theyr enemyes rounde about, that Iosua waxed olde, and was stricken in age.
23:2And Iosua called for all Israel, and for their elders, their heades their Iudges and officers, and sayde vnto them: I am olde and stryken in age.
23:3And ye haue sene all that the Lorde youre God hath done vnto all these nacions befo you, how the Lorde youre God hath fought for you.
23:4Beholde, I haue subdued vnto you these nacions that remayne, to be an enheritaunce for youre tribes: euen from Iordan, and (from the lande) of all the nacions that I haue destroyed, euen vnto the great See westwarde.
23:5And the Lorde youre God shall expell them before you, and cast them from out of youre sight, and ye shall conquere their lande, as the Lorde youre God hath saide vnto you.
23:6Go to therfore as strongly as ye maye, that ye take hede and do all that is written in the boke of the lawe of Moses, that ye vowe not a syde therfrom, to the ryght hand or to the lefte:
23:7and lest that whan ye come amonge these nacions, (euen amonge these that are left with you) ye make mencion or sweare by the names of their goddes: and that ye nether serue them, nor bowe youre selues vnto them.
23:8But that ye sticke fast vnto the Lorde youre God, as ye haue done vnto this daye.
23:9So shall the Lorde cast out before you great nacions and myghtye, as no man hath bene able to stande before you hitherto.
23:10One man of you shall chase a thousande: for the Lorde youre God he fighteth for you, as he hath promised you.
23:11Take good hede therfore vnto youre selues, that ye loue the Lorde youre God.
23:12Els, yf ye go backe and cleaue vnto the rest of these nacions that remayne wyth you, and shall make mariages with them, & go in vnto them, and they to you:
23:13be ye sure, that the Lorde youre God will nomore cast out all these nacions from before you. But they shalbe snares and trappes vnto you and scourges in youre sydes, and thornes in youre eyes, vntyll ye peryshe from of thys good lande, whych the Lorde youre God hath geuen you.
23:14And behold, this daye, do I entre in to the waye of all the worlde, & ye knowe in all your hertes & in all youre soules, that nothyng hath fayled of all the good thynges which the Lord youre God promysed you:
23:15But all are come to passe, & nothyng hath fayled therof. Therfore, as all good thinges are come vpon you, which the Lorde youre God promysed you, so shall the Lorde bryng vpon you all euell, vntyll he haue destroyed you from of thys good lande, whych the Lorde youre God hath geuen you,
23:16when ye haue transgressed the appointment of the Lorde youre God, which he commaunded you: and haue gone and serued straunge goddes, and bowed youre selues to them. Then shall the wrath of the Lorde waxe whote vpon you, & ye shall peryshe quicklye from of the good lande, which he hath geuen you,
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."