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The Great Bible 1539



7:1And after that, I sawe .iiii. angels stande on the .iiii. corners of the erth holdynge the foure wyndes of the erth, that the wynde shuld not blowe on the erth, nether on the see, nether on eny tree.
7:2And I sawe another angell ascende from the rysynge of the sunne, which had the seale of the lyuyng God, & he cryed wyth a loude voyce to the foure Angels (to whom power was geuen to hurte the erth & the see)
7:3saying: hurt not the erth nether the see, nether the trees, tyll we haue sealed the seruauntes of oure God in their forheades.
7:4And I hearde the nombre of them whych were sealed, & ther were sealed an .C. & .xliiii.M. of all the trybes of the chyldren of Israel.
7:5Of the trybe of Iuda were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Ruben were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Gad were sealed .xii.M.
7:6Of the trybe of Aser were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Neptali were sealed .xii.M. Of the tryb of Manasses were sealed .xii.M.
7:7Of the trybe of Symeon were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Leuy were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Isacar were sealed .xii.M.
7:8Of the trybe of Zabulon were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Ioseph were sealed .xii.M. Of the trybe of Beniamin were sealed .xii.M.
7:9After this I behelde, & lo, a gret multitude (which noman coulde nombre) of all nacyons & people, & tonges, stode before the seate, & before the lambe, clothed with longe white garmentes, & palmes in their handes,
7:10& cryed with a lowde voyce, sayinge: saluacyon be asscribed to him that sytteth vpon the seate of oure God, & vnto the lambe.
7:11And all the angels stode in the compase of the seate, & of the elders & of the foure bestes, & fell before the seat on their faces, and worshypped God,
7:12sayinge, Amen: Blessinge & glory & wysdome & thankes, and honour, & power, & myght, be vnto oure God for euermore. Amen.
7:13And one of the elders answered, sayinge vnto me: what are these which are arayed in longe whyte garmentes, & whence came they?
7:14And I sayde vnto him: Lord thou wotest. And he sayde to me: these are they, whych came out of great tribulacyon, & made their garmentes large, & made them white by the bloude of the lambe:
7:15therfore are they in the presence of the seate of God & serue hym daye & nyght in his temple, & he that sytteth in the seate wyll dwell amonge them.
7:16They shall honger no more, nether thyrst, nether shall the sunne lyght on them, nether eny heate.
7:17For the lambe whych is in the myddes of the seate, shall fede them, & shall leade them vnto fountaynes of lyuynge water, & God shall wype awaye all teares from their eyes.
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."