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The Great Bible 1539



28:1And take thou vnto the Aaaron thy brother and hys sonnes wt him, from amonge the chyldren of Israel, that they maye minister vnto me. Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar, Aarons sonnes.
28:2And thou shalt make holy rayment for Aaron thy brother, that they maye be vnto glory and bewtye.
28:3And thou shalt speake vnto all that are wise harted, and whomsoeuer I haue filled with the sprete of wysdome: that they make Aarons rayment to consecrate him with, that he maye minyster vnto me.
28:4These are the garmentes which they shall make, a brestlap, Ephod, a tunycle, a strayte cote, a miter and a gyrdell. These holy garmentes shall they make for Aaron thy brother and his sonnes, that they maie minister vnto me.
28:5And lett them take golde, yelowe silk, purple, skarlet and whyte twyned silk.
28:6They shall make the Ephod of gold, yelow sylke, purple, skarlet and whyte twyned silke with broderd worke.
28:7The two sydes shal come together, and be closed vp in the two edges therof.
28:8And the gyrdell of the Ephod shalbe of the same workmanship, and of the same stuffe, euen of golde, yelow sylke, purple, skarlet and whyte twyned sylke.
28:9And thou shalt take two onix stones, and graue in them the names of the chyldren of Israel:
28:10syxe names of them in the one stone, and the other syxe in the other stone: accordynge to their byrth.
28:11After the work of a stonegrauer, and of him that graueth signettes shalt thou graue the two stones with the names of the children of Israel, and shalt make them to be set in golde.
28:12And thou shalt put the two stones vpon the two shoulders of the Ephod, that they maye be stones of remembraunce vnto the chyldren of Israel. And Aaron shall beare their names before the Lorde vpon hys two shoulders for a remembraunce.
28:13And thou shalt make hokes of golde
28:14& two cheynes of fyne golde: link worke and wrethed, and fasten the wrethed cheynes to the hokes.
28:15And thou shalt make the brestlap of iudgement with broderd worke, euen after the worke of the Ephod shalt thou make it: namely of golde, yelow sylke, purple, skarlet, and whyte twyned silke, shalt thou make it.
28:16Foure square it shalbe and double, an hande brede longe, and an handbrede broade.
28:17And thou shalt fill it with foure rowes of stones. In the first rowe shalbe a Sardions, a Topas, and Smaragdus:
28:18in the second rowe, a Ruby, Saphir and Diamond:
28:19in the thyrde Lygurios, an Achat, & Amatist:
28:20in the fourth a Turcas, Onix and Iaspis. And they shall be set in golde in their inclosers.
28:21And the stones shalbe grauen as sygnettes be grauen wt the names of the children of Israel, euen with twelue names, euery one with his name accordyng to the twelue tribes.
28:22And thou shalt make vpon the brestlapp two fastenyng cheynes of pure golde & wrethen worke.
28:23And thou shalt make lykewyse vpon the brestlap two rynges of golde: and put them on the edges of the brestlap,
28:24and put the two wrethen cheynes of golde in the two rynges which are in the edges of the brest lappe.
28:25And the other two endes of the two cheynes, thou shalt fasten in two close hokes, and put them vpon the shulders of the Ephod on the foresyde of it.
28:26And thou shalt yet make two rynges of golde, which thou mayest put in the two edges of the brestlappe, euen in the borders therof, towarde the insyde of the Ephod oueragenst it.
28:27And yet two other ringes of golde thou shalt make: and put them on the two sydes of the Ephod, beneth oueragaynst the brestlap, alowe where the sydes are ioyned together vpon the brodered gyrdell of the Ephod.
28:28And they shall bynde the brestlappe by hys rynges vnto the ringes of the Ephod with a lace of yelow silke, that it maye lye closse aboue the broderd gyrdell of the Ephod, and that the brestlap be not losed from the Ephod.
28:29And Aaron shall beare the names of the chyldren of Israel in the brestlapp of iudgement vpon his hert, when he goeth into the holy place for a remembraunce before the Lorde allwaye.
28:30And thou shalte put in the brestlappe of iudgement Urim and Thumin: and they shalbe euen upon Aarons hert, when he goeth in before the Lord: and Aaron shall beare the iudgement of the children of Israel vpon his herte before the Lorde allwaye.
28:31And thou shalt make the tunycle vnto the Ephod altogether of yelow sylke.
28:32And ther shalbe an hole for the heed in the myddes of it, hauyng a bonde of wouen worke rounde about the coler of it (as it were the coller of a partlet) that it rent not.
28:33And beneth vpon the hem, thou shalt make pomgranates of yelow sylke and of purple and skarlet, round about the hem,
28:34and belles of golde betwene them rounde about: and lett there be euer a golden bell and a pomgranate, a golden bell and a pomgranate, rounde about vpon the hem of the tunycle.
28:35And Aaron shall haue it vpon him, when he ministreth, and the sounde shalbe hearde, when he goeth into the holy place before the Lorde, & when he commeth out, and he shall not dye.
28:36And thou shalt make a plate of pure gold, and graue theron, as sygnettes are grauen. The holynesse of the Lorde,
28:37and put it on a yelow sylke lace to be vpon the mytre, euen vpon the forefront of it.
28:38And it shalbe vpon Aarons foreheede: that Aaron maye beare the synne of the holy thynges which the chyldren of Israel halowe in all theyr holye gyftes. And it shalbe allwayes vpon his foreheed, for the reconcylynge of them before the Lorde.
28:39And thou shalt make a lynnen cote, and thou shalt make a mytre of lynnen and a girdell of nedle worke.
28:40And thou shalt make for Aarons sonnes also cotes, gyrdelles and bonettes, glorious and bewtyfull:
28:41and thou shalt put them vpon Aaron thy brother, and on hys sonnes with him: and shalt anoynte them, and fyll their handes, and sanctifye them, that they maye ministre vnto me.
28:42And thou shalt make them lynnen breches to couer their preuityes, from the loynes vnto the thies shall they reach.
28:43And they shalbe vpon Aaron and his sonnes, when they come into the tabernacle of witnes, or when they come vnto the aultare to minister in holynesse, that they beare no sinne, and so dye. And it shalbe a lawe for euer vnto Aaron and his seed after 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."