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The Great Bible 1539



16:2b) And they toke their iorney from Elim: & all the hole company of the children of Israel came to the wildernes of Sin, which is betwene Elim and Synai: the .xv. day of the .ij. moneth after their departyng out of the lande of Egypt.
16:3And the hole multitude of the children of Israel murmured agaynst Moses and Aaron in the wyldernes:
16:4and the children of Israel sayde vnto them: wolde to God we had died by the hande of the Lorde in the lande of Egypte, when we sat by the fleshepottes, and when we dyd eate bread our belyes full: for ye haue brought vs out into this wyldernes, to kyll thys hole multitude with honger.
16:5Then sayde the Lorde vnto Moses: behold, I wyll rayne bread from heauen to you, and the people shall go out, and gather daye by daye that I may proue them, whither they will walke in my lawe or no.
16:6The .vj. daye they shal prepare for them selues that which they wyll bryng in, and let it be twise asmoch as they gather in dayly.
16:7And Moses & Aaron sayde vnto all the children of Israel: at euen ye shall knowe that it is the Lorde, which brought you out of the lande of Egypt:
16:8and in the morning, ye shall se the glory of the Lorde: because he hath heard your grudginges agaynst the Lorde. And what are we that ye haue murmured against vs?
16:9And Moses sayde: At euen shall the Lorde geue you flesh to eate, and in the mornyng bread ynough: for the Lorde hath hearde your murmurynges which ye murmur agaynst him: for what are we? your murmuringes are not against vs, but agaynst the Lorde.
16:10And Moses spake vnto Aaron: Saye vnto all the company of the children of Israel, come forth before the Lorde: for he hath heard your grudgynges.
16:11And as Aaron spake vnto the hole multytude of the chyldren of Israel, they loked towarde the wildernes: and beholde, the glorye of the Lorde appeared in the cloude.
16:12And the Lord spake vnto Moses, saying:
16:13I haue hearde the murmurynge of the chyldren of Israel, tell them therfore and saye: at euen ye shall eate flesh, and in the morning ye shalbe fylled with breed, and ye shall knowe that I am the Lord your God.
16:14And at euen the quayles came and couered the grounde where they laye. And in the morninge, the dewe laye rounde about the hooste.
16:15And when the dewe was fallen: beholde it laye vpon the grounde in the wyldernes, small & round and thyn as the hore frost on the grounde.
16:16And when the chyldren of Israel sawe it, they sayde euery one to hys neyghboure: It is Manna. For they wist not what it was. And Moses sayde vnto them: this is the breed which the Lord hath geuen you to eate.
16:17This is the worde which the Lorde hath commaunded: gather of it euery man for him self to eate: a gomer full for a man according to the nombre of you, and take euery man for them which are in his tente.
16:18And the chyldren of Israel dyd euen so, & gathered some more, some lesse,
16:19and when they dyd mete it with a gomer, vnto hym that had gathered moch, remayned nothing ouer, and vnto him that had gathered litle, was there no lacke: euery man gathered sufficient for his eatyng.
16:20And Moses sayde vnto them: Se that no man let ought remayne of it tyll the mornyng.
16:21Not withstondyng they harkened not vnto Moses: but some of them lefte of it vntyll the mornyng, and it waxed full of wormes and stancke, and Moses was angry with them.
16:22And they gathered it all morninges, euery man for hys eatynge. And assoone as the heate of the sunne came, it moulte.
16:23And the sixte day, they gathered twise so moch breed two gomers for one man: & all the rulers of the multitude came, & tolde Moses.
16:24He sayd vnto them: this is that which the Lorde hath sayde: tomorow is the rest of the holy Sabbath vnto the Lord: bake that which ye will bake, and seth that ye will seth, and that which remayneth, laye vp tyll the mornynge.
16:25And they layde it vp tyll the mornynge, as Moses bad: and it stanke not, nether breed there any worme therin.
16:26And Moses sayde: that eate thys daye: for it is the Sabbath vnto the Lorde: todaye ye shall not fynde it in the felde.
16:27Syxe dayes ye shall gather it, and in the seuenth daye which is the Sabbath, there shalbe none.
16:28Notwithstondyng, there went out some of the people in the seuenth daye for to gather, & they founde none.
16:29And the Lord sayde vnto Moses: howe longe refuse ye to kepe my commaundmentes and my lawes?
16:30Se, the Lorde hath geuen you a Sabbath, therfore he geueth you the syxte daye bread for two dayes. Byde therfore euery man at home & lett no man go out of hys place the seuenth daye.
16:31And the people rested the seuenth daye.
16:32And the house of Israel called it Manna. And it was lyke vnto coriander seede, whyte: and the taste of it was like vnto wafers made with hony.
16:33And Moses sayd: this is that which the Lorde commaundeth, fyll a gomer of it, which maye be kept for youre children after you: that they maye se the bread wherwith I haue fedd you in wyldernesse, when I brought you out of the lande of Egipt.
16:34And Moses spake vnto Aaron: take a cruse and put a gomer full of Manna therin, and laye it vp before the Lorde to be kepte for yor children after you,
16:35as the Lorde commaunded Moses. So Aaron layde it vp before the testimonye to be kept.
16:36And the chyldren of Israel dyd eate Manna fourtye yeare, vntyll they came vnto a lande inhabited. And so they dyd eate Manna euen vntyll they came vnto the borders of the land of Canaan.Exo
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."