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The Great Bible 1539



35:1And God sayde vnto Iacob, aryse and get the vp to Bethel, and dwell there. And make there an aulter vnto God that apeared vnto the, when thou fleddest from the face of Esau thy brother.
35:2Than sayde Iacob vnto hys housholde and to all that were wyth hym: put awaye the straunge goddes that are amonge you and be cleane, and chaunge youre garmentes,
35:3for we wyll aryse and goo vp to Bethell and I wyll make an aulter there, vnto God, which herde me in the daye of my tribulacyon, and was with me in the waye which I went.
35:4And they gaue vnto Iacob all the straunge goddes which they had in their hande, and all their earinges which were in their eares, & Iacob hyd them vnder an ooke whych was by Sichem.
35:5And whan they departed, the feare of God fell vpon the cyties that were rounde aboute them. And they dyd not folowe after the sonnes of Iacob.
35:6So came Iacob to Lus which is in the lande of Canaan. The same is Bethell, he & all the people that was with him.
35:7And he buylded there an aulter, and called the place: The God of Bethell, because that God appered vnto hym there, when he fled from the face of his brother.
35:8But Debora Rebeccas norse, dyed, & was buryed beneth Bethell vnder an ooke. And the name of it was called: the ooke of lamentacyon.
35:9And God appeared vnto Iacob agayne after he came out of Mesopotamia and blessed hym,
35:10and God sayde vnto him: thy name is Iacob. Notwythstondinge thou shalt be no more called Iacob, but Israel shalbe thy name. And he called hys name Israel.
35:11And God sayde vnto him: I am God allmyghtye, growe and multiplye, people and a multitude of people shall sprynge of the, yee and kynges shall come out of thy loynes.
35:12And the lande whych I gaue Abraham and Isahac, will I geue vnto the, and vnto thy seed after the will I geue that lande also:
35:13And so God departed vp from hym in the place where he had talked wyth hym.
35:14And Iacob set vp a marke in the place where he talked with hym: euen a marke of stone and powred dryncke offrynge theron, & powred also oyle theron,
35:15and Iacob called the name of the place where God spake with hym Bethell.
35:16And they departed from Bethel, and when he was but a felde bredth from Ephrath, Rahel began to trauell, and in trauelynge she was in parell.
35:17And it happened as she was in paynes of hyr laboure, the mydwyfe sayde vnto her, feare not, for thys sonne is thyne also.
35:18Then as hyr soule was a departynge, that she must dye, she called his name. Ben Oni. But hys father called hym Ben Iamin.
35:19And thus dyed Rahel and was buryed in the waye to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem.
35:20And Iacob sett vp a stone vpon hir graue, which is called Rahels graue stone vnto thys daye.
35:21And Israel went thence, & pytched vp hys tent beyonde the toure of Eder.
35:22And it chaunced as Israel dwelt in the lande, that Ruben went and laye wyth Bilha hys fathers concubyne, and it came to Israels eare. The sonnes of Iacob were .xij. in nombre.
35:23The sonnes of Lea. Ruben Iacobs eldest sonne, and Simeon, Leui, Iuda, Isachar, and Zabulon.
35:24The sonnes of Rahel: Ioseph and Ben Iamin.
35:25The sonnes of Bilha Rahels mayde: Dan and Neptali.
35:26The sonnes of Zilpha Leaes mayde, Gad and Aser. These are the sonnes of Iacob whych were borne hym in Mesopotamia.
35:27And so Iacob came vnto Isahar hys father to Mamre vnto kyriath Arba which is Hebron: where Abraham & Isahac soiourned as straungers.
35:28And the dayes of Isahac were an hundred and .lxxx. yeres:
35:29& Isahac fell sycke and dyed, and was put vnto hys people, beynge olde and full of dayes. And his sonnes Esau and Iacob buryed him.
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."