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The Great Bible 1539



7:1But yet the children of Israel trespased in the excommunicate thynges: And Acan the sonne of Carmy, the sonne of Zabdi, the sonne of Zareh of the tribe of Iuda, toke of the excommunicat thinges. And the wrath of the Lorde waxed whote agaynst the children of Israel.
7:2And Iosua sent men from Iericho to Hai, which is besyde Bethauen, on the east syde of Bethel, & spake vnto them, sayinge: gett you vp, & vewe the countrey. And the men went vp, & spyed out Hai.
7:3And retourned to Iosua, and sayde vnto him, lett not all the people go vp, but let as it were a two or thre thousande men goo vp, and smyte Hai and make not all the people to laboure thether, for they are but fewe.
7:4And so there went vp thether of the people, aboute a thre thousande men, & they fledd before the men of Hai.
7:5And the men of Hai smote of them vpon a thyrtye and sixe men: for they chased them from before the gate euen vnto Sebarim, & smote them in the goyng doune. Wherfore the hertes of the people for feare melted awaye like water.
7:6And Iosua rent his clothes, and fell to the erth vpon his face before the arcke of the Lorde vntill the euen tyde, he and the elders of Israel, & put erth vpon their heddes.
7:7And Iosua sayde Alas, O Lorde God, wherfore hast thou brought thys people ouer Iordan, to diliuer vs into the hande of the Amorites, and to destroie vs: wold to God we had bene content, & dwelt on the other syde Iordan.
7:8Oh Lorde what shall I saye, when Israel turneth their backes before their enemyes:
7:9Surely the Cananites, and all the enhabiters of the lande shall heare of it, & shall conspire agaynst vs, & destroye the name of vs out of the worlde. And what wilt thou do vnto thy myghtie name?
7:10And the Lorde sayde vnto Iosua, gett the vp, wherfore lyest thou thus vpon thy face?
7:11Israel hath synned, & they haue transgressed myne appointement, which I commaunded them: for they haue taken of the excommunicate thinges, and haue stolen, and dissembled, & put them vnto their awne stuffe
7:12And therfore is it that the children of Israel cannot stande before their ennemyes, but shall turne their backes before their ennemyes because they be excommunicate. Nether will I be wt you any moare, excepte ye rote out the excommunicate from amonge you.
7:13Up therfore, & sanctifie the people, and saye: sanctifie youre selues against to morowe: for so sayd the Lord God of Israel There is a damned thinge amonge you (O Israel) & therfore ye cannot stande against youre ennemyes, vntill ye haue put the damned thinge from amonge you.
7:14Tomorowe morning therfore ye shall be brought according to youre tribes. And the tribe which the Lord taketh, shal come according to the kynreds therof. And the kynred which the Lord shall finde gyltie, shall come by housholders And the housholde which the Lord shall finde fautye, shall come man by man.
7:15And he that is founde in the excommunicacion, shalbe burnt with fire, he and all that he hath, because he hath transgressed the couenaunt of the Lord and wrought folye in Israell.
7:16And so Iosua rose vp erly in the morning and brought Israell by their tribes: and the tribe of Iuda was caught.
7:17And he brought the kynredes of Iuda, and toke the kynred of the Zarehites. And he brought the kynred of the Zarehites, man, by man, & Zabdi was caught.
7:18And he brought his housholde man by man, and Acan the sonne of Carmy, the sonne of Zabdi, the sonne of Zareth in the tribe of Iuda was caught.
7:19And Iosua sayde vnto Acan: my sonne, I beseche the, geue glorie to the Lord God of Israell, & geue him praise, & shewe me what thou hast done, hyde it not from me.
7:20And Acan answered Iosua, & sayde: of a truthe I haue synned agaynst the Lorde God of Israell, & thus & thus haue I done.
7:21I sawe among the spoyle a goodlye Babylonishe garment, & two hundred sicles of siluer, & a tonge of golde of fyftie sicles weyghte, and I coueted them, & toke them. And beholde, they lye hydde in the erthe in my tente and the siluer is ther vnder.
7:22And so Iosua sent messengers: which whan they ranne vnto his tent, beholde, they were hid in his tent, and the syluer there vnder.
7:23Therfore they toke them out of the myddest of his tent, and brought them vnto Iosua, and vnto all the children of Israell, & layed them out before the Lorde.
7:24And Iosua toke Acan the sonne of Zareh, and the siluer, & the garment, and the tonge of golde, and his sonnes & his daughters, his oxen, & his asses, his shepe, & his tent, & all that he had: and all Israell wyth hym brought them vnto the valeye of Acor.
7:25And Iosua sayde: In as moche as thou haste troubled vs, the Lord shall trouble the this daye. And all Israell stoned him with stones, and burned them with fire,
7:26and ouerwhelmed them with stones. And they cast vpon him a great heape of stones vnto this daye. And so the Lorde turned from the wrathe of his indignacion. And the name of the place is called the valeye of Acor vnto this daye.
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."