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The Great Bible 1539



30:1And thou shalt make an alter to burne incense: of sethim wodde shalt thou make it,
30:2a cubite long and a cubite broade: euen foure square shall it be and two cubites hye: the hornes ther of shall procede out of it,
30:3and thou shalt ouerlaye it with fyne golde, both the roffe and the walles round about, and hys hornes also, & shalt make vnto it a crowne of golde round about
30:4and two golden rynges on eyther syde: euen vnder the crowne, that they may be as places for the barres to beare it withall.
30:5And thou shalt make the barres of sethim wodd, and couer them with golde.
30:6And thou shalt putt it before the vayle, that is by the arcke of witnesse, before the mercy seate that is vpon the witnes, where I wyll mete the.
30:7And Aaron shall burne theron swete incense euery mornynge, when he dresseth the lampes,
30:8euen then shall he burne it: and lykewyse at euen, when he setteth vp the lampes he shall burne incense: and thys incensynge shalbe perpetually before the Lorde thorow out youre generacyons.
30:9Ye shall putt no straunge incense theron, burnt sacrifyce or meateofferynge, neyther powre any drinckofferinge theron.
30:10And Aaron shall reconcile vpon the hornes of it once in a yeare: wt the bloude of the synneofferynge of reconcylynge: euen once in the yeare shall he reconcyle it thorow your generacions. It is most holy vnto the Lord.
30:11And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying:
30:12Yf thou takest the summe of the chyldren of Israel after their nombre, they shall geue euery man a reconcylynge of hys soule vnto the Lorde when thou tellest them: that there be no plage amonge them, when thou tellest them.
30:13And thus moch shall euery man geue, and that goeth into the nombre: halfe a sycle, after the sycle of the sanctuarye: a sycle is twentye halfpence. An halfe sycle shalbe the heueofferynge of the Lorde.
30:14All that are nombred from twentye yeare olde and aboue, shall geue an heueofferyng vnto the Lorde.
30:15The ryche shall not passe, and the poore shal not go vnder halfe a sicle. But ye shall geue an heueofferinge vnto the Lorde, that he maye haue mercy vpon your soules.
30:16And thou shalt take the reconcylyng money of the children of Israel, and shalt put it vnto the vse of the tabernacle of witnesse, that it maye be a memoriall vnto the children of Israel before the Lorde, that he maye haue mercy vpon youre soules.
30:17And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying:
30:18thou shalt make a lauer of brasse, and his fote also of brasse to washe withall, and shalt putt it betwene the tabernacle of witnes, and the aulter: and put water therin.
30:19For Aaron and his sonnes shall wash theyr handes and theyr fete therin:
30:20euen when they go into the tabernacle of witnesse, or when they go vnto the aulter to minystre and to burne the Lordes offeringe, they shall wash them selues with water, lest they dye.
30:21And it shalbe an ordinaunce vnto them for euer, both vnto him and his seed thorow out their generacyons.
30:22And the Lorde spake vnto Moses, saying:
30:23Take vnto the principall spices: of the most pure myrre fyue hundred sicles, of swete cynamon halfe so moche, euen two hundred and fyftie sycles:
30:24of swete calamus, two hundred and fyftye. Of cassia, two hundred and fyftye, after the holy sycle, and of oyle olyfe an hin.
30:25And thou shalt make of the oyle an holy oyntment, euen an oyntment compounde after the crafte of the apoticarye.
30:26And thou shalt noynte the tabernacle of witnes therwith, and the arck of witnes,
30:27and the table, and all his apparell: and the candelstick, and all his apparell: and the aulter of incense,
30:28and the aulter of burntsacrifice with all his vessels, & the lauer and his fote.
30:29And thou shalt sanctifye them, that they maye be most holy: so that no man touche them, but they that be halowed.
30:30And thou shalt anoynte Aaron and his sonnes, and consecrate them, that they maye mynistre vnto me.
30:31And thou shalt speake vnto the children of Israel, sayinge: thys shalbe an holy oyntyng oyle vnto me, thorowout youre generacyons.
30:32Upon mannes fleshe shall it not be powred: neyther shall ye make any other after the makynge of it, for yt is holye: and shalbe holye vnto you:
30:33whosoeuer maketh lyke that, or whosoeuer putteth anye of it vpon a straunger, shall perysh from among hys people.
30:34And the Lorde sayde vnto Moses: take vnto the swete spices: balme, Onycha, swete galbanum, these spices with pure franckincense, of eache lyke moch:
30:35and make of them swete smellyng incense, after the craft of the apoticarye, myngled together, pure and holy.
30:36And beate it to powdre and put of it before the witnes in the tabernacle of witnes, where I wyll mete the.
30:37It shalbe vnto you most holy. And se that ye make none after the makyng of that, It shalbe vnto you holy for the Lorde.
30:38Whosoeuer shall make like vnto that, to smell therto, shall perysh from amonge hys people.
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."