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The Great Bible 1539



14:1And I loked, and lo, a lambe stode on the mount Syon, & with hym an .C. & .xliiii. thousande hauynge his fathers name written in theyr forheddes.
14:2And I herde a voyce from heuen, as the sounde of many waters, and as the voyce of a gret thoundre. And I herde the voyce of harpers harpynge with theyr harpes.
14:3And they songe as it were a newe songe, before the seate, & before the foure beastes, & the elders, & no man coulde learne that songe, but the hondred & .xliii.M. which were redemed from the erth.
14:4These are they, which were not defyled wt wemen, for they are virgyns. These folowe the lambe whythersoeuer he goeth. These were redemed from men, beynge the fyrste frutes vnto God and to the lambe,
14:5& in their mouthes was founde no gyle. For they are with oute spot before the trone of God.
14:6And I sawe, another angell flye in the myddes of heauen hauynge the euerlastyng gospell, to preache vnto them that syt & dwell on the erth, & to all nacyons, kynreds, & tonges & people,
14:7saying wt a lowde voyce: Feare God, & geue honour to hym, for the houre of his iudgement is come: and worshyppe him, that made heauen & erth, & the see, & fountaines of water.
14:8And there folowed a nother angell, saying: Babylon is fallen is fallen that greate cyte, for she made all nacyons dryncke of the wyne of her fornycacyon.
14:9And the thyrd angell folowed them sayinge wt a loude voyce: If any man worshyppe the beast and his ymage, & receaue his marke in his forhed, or on his hande,
14:10the same shall drincke the wyne of the wrath of God, which is powred in the cup of his wrath. And he shalbe punysshed in fyre & brymstone, before the holy angels, & before the lambe.
14:11And the smoke of theyr torment ascendeth vp euermore. And they haue no rest daye nor night, which worshyppe the beast & his ymage & whosoeuer receaueth the prynt of his name.
14:12Here is the pacyence of saynctes Heare are they that kepe the commaundementes and the fayth of Iesu.
14:13And I hearde a voyce from heauen saying vnto me: wryte. Blessed are the deed, which here after dye in the Lorde, euen so sayth the sprete: that they rest from theyr laboures, but theyr workes folowe them.
14:14And I loked, and beholde a whyte clowde, and vpon the clowde one syttynge lyke vnto the sonne of man, hauyng on his heed a golden crowne, and in his hande a sharpe sykle.
14:15And another angell came out of the temple, crying with a lowde voyce to hym that sate on the clowde: Thruste in thy sykle & repe, for thy tyme is come to repe, for the corne of the erth is rype.
14:16And he that sate on the cloude, thrust in hys sycle on the earth, and the erth was reped.
14:17And another angell came out of the temple, whych is in heauen, hauyng also a sharpe sykle.
14:18And another angell came out from the aultre, whych had power ouer fyre, and cryed with a lowde crye to hym that had the sharpe sykle, & sayde: thrust in thy sharpe sykle, & gaddre the clusters of the erth, for her grapes are rype.
14:19And the angell thrust in hys sharpe sykle on the erth, & cut downe the grapes of the vyneyarde of the erth: and cast them into the gret wynefat of the wrath of God,
14:20& the wynefat was troden with out the cytie, and bloud came out of the fat, euen vnto the horsse brydles, by the space of a thousande, and .vi.C. furlonges.
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."