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The Great Bible 1539



32:1And when the people sawe, that yt was longe or Moses came downe out of the mountayne, they gathred them selues together vnto Aaron, and sayd vnto hym: Up, make vs goddes to go before vs: for of this Moses (the felowe that brought vs out of the lande of Egypt) we wote not what is become.
32:2And Aaron sayde vnto them: plucke of the golden earynges which are in the eares of your wyues, your sonnes, and of your daughters: and bryng them vnto me.
32:3And all the people plucked of the golden earynges, which they had in theyr eares, & brought them vnto Aaron.
32:4And he receaued them of their handes, and fassyoned it with a grauer, and made of it a calfe of molten metall. And they sayde: These be thy goddes, O Israel, which brought the oute of the lande of Egipt.
32:5And when Aaron sawe that, he made an aultare before it. And Aaron cryed, sayinge: to morowe is the holy daye of the Lorde.
32:6And they rose vp in the mornyng, & offred burntofferinges, and brought peace offeringes also. And the people sat them downe to eate and dryncke, and rose vp agayne to playe.
32:7And the Lorde sayd vnto Moses: go, get the downe: thy people which thou broughtest out of the lande of Egipt,
32:8haue marred all, they are turned at once out of the waye, which I commaunded them: for they haue made them a calfe of molten metall, and haue worshypped it, and haue offered thereto, sayinge: These be thy goddes, O Israel, which hath brought the oute of the lande of Egipt.
32:9And the Lorde sayde sayd vnto Moses: I haue sene this people: and beholde, it is a styffnecked people,
32:10and nowe suffre me, that my wrath may waxe hote agaynst them, and consume them: and I wyll make of the a mightye people.
32:11And Moses besought the Lord his God, and sayde: O Lorde, why doeth thy wrath waxe hote agaynst thy people, which thou hast brought oute of the lande of Egipte, wt greate power and with a mightye hande?
32:12wherfore shulde the Egipcyans speake and saye: For a myschefe dyd he bryng them out euen for to sley them in the mountaynes, and to consume them from the face of the earth? Turne from thy fearce wrath, and turne from thys euell (deuysed) agaynst thy people.
32:13Remembre Abraham, Isaac and Israel thy seruauntes, to whom thou swareste by thyne awne selfe, and saydeste vnto them: I wyll multiplye your seede as the starres of heuen, and all this lande that I haue spoken of, wyll I geue vnto your seed: and they shall enheret it for euer.
32:14And the Lord refrayned him selfe from that euell which he sayd he wolde do vnto hys people.
32:15And Moses turned hys backe, and went downe from the hyll, and the two tables of witnesse were in hys hande: and the same tables were written on both the leaues,
32:16and were the worcke of God, and the wrytynge was the wrytyng of God grauen in the tables.
32:17And when Iosua hearde the noyse of the people, as they showted, he sayde vnto Moses: there is a noyse of warre in the host.
32:18And he answered: it is not the crye of them that haue the mastry, nor of them that haue the worse: but I do heare the noyes of them that synge.
32:19And it fortuned, assoone as he came nye vnto the hooste, he sawe the calfe and the daunsynge, and Moses wrath waxed hote, and he cast the tables out of his handes, and brake them beneth the hyll.
32:20And he toke the calfe which they had made, and burned it in the fyer, and stampte it vnto powder, and strawed it in the water, and made the chyldren of Israel dryncke of it.
32:21And Moses sayde vnto Aaron: what dyd thys people vnto the, that thou hast brought so greate a synne vpon them?
32:22And Aaron answered: let not the wrath of my Lorde waxe fearce, thou knowest the people that they are euen sett on myschefe:
32:23For they sayde vnto me: make vs goddes to go before vs, for we wote not what is become of Moses, the felowe that brought vs out of the lande of Egipte.
32:24And I sayd vnto them: let them that haue golde pluck it of, and bring it me: and I cast it into the fier: and therof came out thys calfe.
32:25Moses therfore sawe that the people were naked (and that Aaron had made them naked vnto theyr shame amonge theyr enemyes)
32:26and he went and stode in the gate of the hoste, and sayde: If any man pertayne vnto the Lorde, let him come to me. And all the sonnes of Leui gathered them selues together,
32:27& came vnto him. And he sayde vnto them: Thus saith the Lorde God of Israel: put euery man his sweard by his syde, & go in and out, from gate to gate thorowout the hooste: and sleye euery man, his brother and euery man hys companyon, and euery man hys neyghboure.
32:28And the chyldren of Leui dyd as Moses had sayde. And there fell of the people the same daye about .iij.M. men.
32:29And Moses sayde: fyll your handes vnto the Lorde this daye, euery man vpon hys sonne and vpon his brother and that ther maye be geuen you a blessing this daye.
32:30And on the morowe it fortuned that Moses sayde vnto the people: Ye haue synned a great synne. And nowe I wyll go vp vnto the Lorde: yf paraduenture I maye purchace an atonement for your synne.
32:31Moses therfore went agayne vnto the Lorde, & sayde: Oh, thys people haue synned a greate synne and haue made them goddes of golde.
32:32And nowe I praye the, eyther forgeue them their synne: or (yf thou wilt not) wipe me out of thy booke, which thou hast wrytten.
32:33And the Lorde sayd vnto Moses: I will put hym out of my booke that hath synned agaynst me.
32:34And nowe go thou, brynge the people vnto the place which I sayde vnto the: beholde, myne angell shall go before the. Neuerthelater in the daye when I vyset, I wyll vyset their synne vpon them.
32:35And the Lorde plaged the people, because they made the calfe which Aaron made.
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."