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The Great Bible 1539



9:1The worde of the Lorde shalbe receaued at Adrach, & Damascus shalbe hys offeryng: for the eyes of all men & of the trybes of Israel shall loke vp vnto the Lord.
9:2The borders of Hemath shall be herde therby, Tirus also & Sidon, for they are very wyse,
9:3Tirus shall make her self stronge, heape vp syluer as the sande, & golde as the claye of the stretes.
9:4Behold, the Lord shal take her in, & haue her in possessyon: he shal smyte downe her power into the see, and she shalbe consumed wt fyre.
9:5This shall Ascalon se, & be afrayed. Gaza shalbe very sory, so shall Accaron also, because her hope is come to confusion. For the kynge of Gaza shal perysh, & at Ascalon shall no man dwell.
9:6Straungers shall dwell at Asdod, & as for the pryde of the Philystynes, I shall rote it out.
9:7Theyr bloude wyll I take awaye from theyr mouth, & theyr abhomynacyons from among theyr teeth. Thus they shalbe left for our God, yee, they shalbe as a prince in Iuda, & Accaron lyke as a Iebusy.
9:8And so wyll I compase my house rounde about wt my men of warre goynge to & fro: that no oppressoure come vpon them eny more. For that haue I sene now with myne eyes.
9:9Reioyce thou greatly, O daughter Syon be glad, O daughter Ierusalem. For lo, thy kynge commeth vnto the, euen the ryghteous and Sauioure, Lowly & symple is he, he rydeth vpon an asse, & vpon the foale of an asse.
9:10I will rote out the charrettes from Ephraim, & the horse from Ierusalem, the batel bowes shalbe destroyed. He shall geue the doctrine of peace vnto the Heathen, & his dominyon shalbe from the one see to the other, & from the floudes to the endes of the worlde.
9:11Thou also thorow the bloude of thy couenaunt: shalt let thy presoners out of the pitte wher in is no water.
9:12Turne you now to the stronge holde, ye that be in preson, & longe sore to be deliuered. And this daye I bryng the worde, that I wyll rewarde the double agayne.
9:13For Iuda haue I bent out as a bowe for me & Ephraim haue I fylled. Thy sonnes, O Sion, will I rayse vp agaynst the Grekes, & make the as a gyauntes swearde:
9:14the Lorde God shalbe sene aboue them, & hys dartes shall go forth as the lyghtenynge. The Lord God shall blowe the trompet, and shal come forth as a storme out of the south.
9:15The Lord of hoostes shall defende them, they shal consume & deuoure, & subdue them with slynge stones. They shall dryncke & rage, as it were thorow wyne. They shalbe fylled lyke the basens, & as the hornes of the aulter.
9:16The Lord their God shal delyuer them in the daye, as the flock of his people: ffor as precyous stones of a dyademe they shall be sett vp ouer his lande.
9:17O how prosperous and goodly a thynge shal that be? The corne shall make the yonge men chearefull, and the new wyne the maydens.
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."