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The Great Bible 1539



25:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayinge:
25:2speake vnto the chyldren of Israel that they brynge me an heue offerynge: of euery man that geueth it wyllyngly with hys herte, ye shall take it.
25:3Thys is the heue offrynge which ye shall take of them golde and syluer and brasse:
25:4yelowe sylke, purple, scarlet, white sylke, and gootes here
25:5rams skynnes that are redd, and the skynnes of taxus and sethim wodd,
25:6oyle for lyghte, spices for anoyntynge oyle, and for swete cense,
25:7Onix stones and stones to be sett in the Ephod and in the brest lappe.
25:8And let them make me a sanctuarie (that I maye dwell amonge them.)
25:9And accordinge to all that I shewe the both after the facyon of the habitacyon, and after the facyon of all the ornamentes therof, euen so shall ye make it.
25:10And they shall make an arke of sethim wood .ii. cubytes and an halfe longe, a cubite and an halfe broade and a cubyte & an halfe hye.
25:11And thou shalt ouerlaye it with pure golde, within and without shalt thou ouerley it, and shalt make an hye vpon it a crowne of golde rounde aboute.
25:12And thou shalt cast foure rynges of gold for it, and put them in the foure corners therof .ii. rynges shalbe in the one syde of it, and .ii. in the other.
25:13And thou shalt make barres of sethim wood, and couer them with golde,
25:14and put the barres in the ringes alonge by the sydes of the arke, to bere it with all
25:15And the barres shall be in the rynges of the arke, and shall not be taken awaye from it.
25:16And thou shalt put in the arke, the witnesse which I shall geue the.
25:17And thou shalt make a mercyseate of pure golde .ii. cubytes and an halfe longe and a cubite & a halfe brode.
25:18And thou shalt make .ii. cherubins of golde: Euen of a whole worke shalt thou make them in the two endes of the mercyseate:
25:19and the one cherub shalt thou make on the one ende, and the other on the other ende. Euen of the same mercyseate shall ye make Cherubins in the two endes therof.
25:20And the Cherubins shall stretch theyr wynges abrode ouer an hye, coueringe the mercy seate with theyr wynges, and theyr faces shall loke one to another: euen to the mercyseate warde, shall the faces of the cherubins be.
25:21And thou shalt put the mercyseate aboue vpon the arke, and in the arke thou shalt put the witnesse which I wyll geue the.
25:22And from thence I wyll testifye vnto the and wyll comon with the from vpon the mercyseate: from betwene the two Cherubins which are vpon the arke of witnesse, of all thynge which I wyll geue the in commaundement vnto the chyldren of Israel.
25:23Thou shalt also make a table of sethim wodd of two cubytes longe, and one cubytt brode, and a cubytt and an halfe hye.
25:24And thou shalt couer it with pure golde, and make there to a crowne of golde rounde aboute.
25:25And make vnto that an whope of foure fyngers brode, rounde aboute. And make a golden crowne also to the whope rounde aboute.
25:26And make for it foure rynges of gold, and put the rynges in the corners that are on the foure fete therof:
25:27euen ouer against the whope shall the rynges be, to put in barres, to bere the table with all.
25:28And thou shalt make the barres of Sethim wodd, and ouerlaye them with gold, that the table maye be borne with them.
25:29And thou shalt make hys disshes, and spones, flatpeces, and pottes to powre oute withall: Euen of fyne golde shalt thou make them.
25:30And thou shalt sett vpon the table, shewbreed before me alwaye.
25:31And thou shalt make a candelstycke of pure golde euen of a whole worke shall the candelstycke be made with his shaft, braunches, bolles, knoppes and floures proceadinge there out.
25:32Syxe braunches also shall procede out of the sydes of it: thre braunches of the candelstycke out of the one syde and thre out of the other.
25:33Thre cuppes lyke vnto almondes with knoppes & floures in one braunche. And thre cuppes lyke almondes in the other braunche, with knoppes and floures. And euen so thorowe out the syxe braunches that procede out of the candelstycke:
25:34and in the candelstycke selfe foure cuppes lyke vnto almondes with theyr knoppes and floures:
25:35and there shall be a knoppe vnder euery two braunches. Of the syxe that procede out of the candelstyck.
25:36And the knoppes and the braunches shalbe of it. And it shalbe one worke euen of pure golde.
25:37And thou shalt make the seuen lampes of it: and the seuen lampes therof, shalt thou put an hye there on, to geue lyghte vnto the other syde that is ouer against it.
25:38The tongges and snoffers therof shalbe of pure golde.
25:39Of an hundred pounde weyghte of fyne golde shalt thou make it with all the apparell.
25:40Loke therfore that thou make them after the facyon that was shewed the in the mounte.
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."