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The Great Bible 1539



20:1And I sawe an Angel come downe from heauen, hauyng the kaye of the bottomlesse pyt, and a greate chayne in hys hand.
20:2And he toke the dragon the olde serpente, which is the deuyll & Satanas, & he bounde hym a thousande yeres:
20:3and cast hym into the bottomlesse pyt, and he shutte hym vp, and set a seale on hym, that he shulde deceaue the people nomore, tyll the thousande yeres were fulfylled. And after that he must be losed for a lytell season.
20:4And I sawe seates, and they sat vpon them, & iudgement was geuen vnto them: and I sawe the soules of them that were beheaded for the wytnes of Iesu, and for the worde of God: & which had not worshipped the beast, nether his ymage, nether had taken his marke vpon their forheades, or in their handes: and they lyued, and raygned with Christ a .M. yere:
20:5but the other of the deed men lyued not agayne, vntyll the thousand yere were finisshed. This is that first resurreccion.
20:6Blessed and holy is he, that hath parte in the first resurreccion. For on such shall the seconde deeth haue no power, but they shalbe the Prestes of God & of Christ, and shall raygne wyth hym a thousande yere.
20:7And when the thousand yeres are expyred, Satan shalbe lowsed out of his preson
20:8and shall go out to deceaue the people, whych are in the foure quarters of the erth, Gog & Magog, to gather them together to battayle, whose nombre is as the sonde of the see:
20:9and they went vp in the playne of the erth: & compased the tentes of the saynctes about, & the beloued citie. And fyre came downe from God out of heauen, and deuoured them:
20:10and the deuyll that deceaued them, was cast into a lake of fyre and brymstone, where the beast and the false prophetes shalbe tormented daye and nyght for euermore.
20:11And I sawe a great whyte seate, and him that sate on it, from whose face fleed awaye both the erth and heauen, and their place was nomore founde.
20:12And I sawe the deed, both gret and small stonde before God: And the bokes were opened, and another boke was opened, which is the boke of lyfe, & the deed were iudged of those thynges whych were written in the bokes accordyng to their dedes:
20:13and the see gaue vp her deed which were in her, and deeth and hell deliuered vp the deed, which were in them: & they were iudged euery man accordyng to his dedes.
20:14And deeth and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the seconde deeth.
20:15And whosoeuer was not founde wrytten in the boke of lyfe, was cast into the lake of fyre.
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."