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The Great Bible 1539



16:1And I herde a great voyce out of the temple saying to the seuen angels: go youre wayes, powre out youre vyalles of wrath vpon the erth.
16:2And the fyrst Angell went, & powred out his vyall vpon the erth, & there fell a noysome, & a sore botche vpon the men whych had the marke of the beast, & vpon them whych worshypped hys ymage.
16:3And the second Angell shed out hys vyall vpon the see, and it turned as it were into the bloud of a deed man: and euery lyuyng thyng dyed in the see.
16:4And the thyrde Angell shed out his vyall vpon the ryuers and fountaynes of waters, & they turned to bloud.
16:5And I herde an Angell saye: Lorde, whych arte and wast, thou arte ryghteous & holy, because thou hast geuen soche iudgementes,
16:6for they shed out the bloud of sainctes, and prophetes, & therfore hast thou geuen them bloud to dryncke: for they are worthy.
16:7And I herde another saye: euen so Lorde God almyghty: true and ryghteous are thy iudgementes.
16:8And the fourth Angell powred out hys vyall on the sunne, & power was geuen vnto him to vexe men with heat of fyre.
16:9And the men raged in gret heate: & spake euyll of the name of God, which hath power ouer those plages, & they repented not of theyr euill dedis, to geue him glory.
16:10And the fyft Angell powred out his viall vpon the seate of the beaste, and his kyngdome wexed derke, & they gnewe theyr tonges for sorowe,
16:11and blasphemed the God of heauen for sorowe & payne of theyr sores, & repented not of theyr dedes.
16:12And the syxt Angell powred out his vyall vpon the gret ryuer Euphrates, & the water dryed vp, that the wayes of the kynges of the east shulde be prepared.
16:13And I sawe thre vnclene spretes lyke frogges come out of the mouth of the dragon, & out of the mouth of the beast, & out of the mouth of the false Prophete.
16:14For they are the spretes of deuyls, workyng myracles, to go out vnto the kynges of the erth and of the whole world, to gathre them to the battayle of that gret daye of God almyghty.
16:15Beholde, I come as a thefe. Happy is he that watcheth, and kepeth hys garmentes, lest he walke naked, and men se hys fylthynes.
16:16And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrue tonge Armagedon.
16:17And the seuenth Angell powred out hys vyall into the ayre. And ther cam a greate voyce out of heauen from the seate, saying, it is done.
16:18And ther folowed, voyces, thondringes, and lightenynges, & ther was a greate erthquake, suche as was not sence men were vpon the erth, so mighty an erthquake & so great.
16:19And the great cytye was deuyded into thre partes, and the cyties of all nacyons fell. And greate Babylon came in remembraunce before God, to geue vnto hyr the cup of the wyne of the fearcenes of his wrathe.
16:20Euery yle also fled awaye, and the mountaynes were not founde.
16:21And ther fell a greate hayle (as it had bene talentes) out of heauen vpon the men, and the men blasphemed God: because of the plage of the hayle, for it was great, and the plage of it sore.
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."