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The Great Bible 1539



40:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayinge.
40:2In the fyrst daye of the first moneth, shalt thou sett vp the habitacyon, and the Tabernacle of witnesse,
40:3and put therin the arcke of witnesse, and couer the arcke wyth the vayle,
40:4and brynge in the table and apparell it accordynge to the order therof. And thou shalt brynge in the candelstycke, and lyght hys lampes,
40:5and sett the cens alter of golde before the arcke of wytnesse, and put the hangynge at the dore of the habitacyon.
40:6And set the burntofferyng alter before the dore of the habitacyon and Tabernacle of witnesse,
40:7and sett the lauer betwene the Tabernacle of witnesse and the alter and put water therin,
40:8and make the courte round aboute, and hange vp the hangynge at the courte gate.
40:9And thou shalt take the anoyntynge oyle, and anoynt the habitacyon, and all that is therin, and halowe it with all the vessels therof, that it maye be holye.
40:10And thou shalt anoynte the altare of burntofferynge and all hys vessels, and sanctifye the altare, that it may be an altare moost holy.
40:11And thou shalt anoynte also the lauer and hys fote, and sanctifye it.
40:12And thou shalt brynge Aaron and hys sonnes vnto the dore of the Tabernacle of witnesse, and washe them with water.
40:13And thou shalt put vpon Aaron the holy vestymentes, and anoynte him, and sanctifye hym that he maye mynistre vnto me.
40:14And thou shalt bringe his sonnes, and clothe them with garmentes,
40:15and anoynte them as thou dyddest anoynt theyr father, that they maye minystre vnto me. For theyr anoyntynge shall be an euerlastynge presthode vnto them thorowe out theyr generacyons.
40:16And Moses dyd accordynge to all that the Lorde commaunded hym: euen so dyd he.
40:17Thus was the Tabernacle reared vp the fyrst daye in the fyrst moneth in the seconde yere.
40:18And Moses reared vp the Tabernacle and fastened hys sockettes, and set vp the bordes therof, and put in the barres of it and reared vp hys pyllers,
40:19and sprede abrode the tent ouer the habitacion, & put the couerynge of the tent an hye aboue it: as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:20And he toke the testimonye, and put it in the arcke, & set the barres to the arcke, & put the mercyseate an hye vpon the arcke,
40:21& brought the arcke into the habitacyon, & hanged vp the vayle, & couered the arcke of witnesse, as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:22And he put the table in the Tabernacle of witnesse in the north syde of the habitacyon, (but without the vayle)
40:23and set the bread in ordre before the Lorde, euen as the Lord had commaunded Moses.
40:24And he put the candelsticke in the tabernacle of witnesse oueragaynst the table towarde the south syde of the habitacyon,
40:25and set vp the lampes before the Lorde: as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:26And he put the golden alter in the tabernacle of witnesse before the vayle,
40:27and brent swete cens theron, as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:28And he hanged vp the hangynge at the dore of the habitacyon,
40:29and set the burntofferynge alter by the entrynge in of the habitacyon of the tabernacle of witnesse, and offred burntofferynges and meateofferynges theron, as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:30And he set the lauer betwene the tabernacle of witnesse and the alter, and poured water therin, to wash withall.
40:31And Moses Aaron & his sonnes wasshed their handes and their fete therat:
40:32when they went into the tabernacle of witnesse, & when they went to the alter they wasshed them selues as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:33And he reared vp the courte rounde aboute the habitacyon and the alter, & set vp an hangynge at the courte gate: and so Moses fynysshed the worcke.
40:34And the clowde couered the tabernacle of witnesse, and the glorye of the Lorde fylled the habitacyon.
40:35And Moses coulde not entre into the tabernacle of witnesse, because the clowde abode theron, and the glorye of the Lorde fylled the habitacyon.
40:36And when the clowde was taken vp from of the habitacyon, the chyldren of Israel toke theyr iorneys thorowe out theyr armyes.
40:37And whan the clowde was not taken vp, they iorneyed not tyll it was taken vp:
40:38for the clowde of the Lorde was vpon the habitacyon by daye, and fyre by nyght: in the syghte of all the house of Israel thorow out all theyr armyes.
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."