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The Great Bible 1539



8:1And when he had opened the seuenth seale, ther was sylence in heauen aboute the space of halfe an houre.
8:2And I sawe .vii. angelles standyng before God, & to them were geuen seuen trompettes.
8:3And another angell came & stode before the aultre, hauynge a golden senser, & moch of odoures was geuen vnto him, that he shulde offre of the prayers of all saynctes vpon the golden aulter, whych was before the seate.
8:4And the smoke of the odoures whych cam of the prayers of all saynctes, ascended vp before God out of the Angelles hande.
8:5And the Angell toke the senser, and fylled it wyth fyre of the aulter, and caste it into the erth, and voyces were made, & thondrynges & lyghtnynges, and erthquake.
8:6And the seuen Angels whych had the seuen trompettes, prepared them selues to blowe.
8:7The fyrst Angell blewe, & there was made hayle & fyre, which were myngled wt bloud, & they were cast into the erth: & the thirde parte of trees was burnt, and all grene grasse was brent.
8:8And the seconde angell blewe: & as it were a gret mountayne burnyng wt fyre was caste into the see, and the thyrde parte of the see tourned to bloude,
8:9and the thyrde parte of the creatures which had lyfe, dyed, & the thyrde part of shyppes were destroyed.
8:10And the thyrde Angell blew, & ther fell a gret starre from heauen, burnyng as it were a lampe, & it fell into the thyrde parte of the ryuers, & into fountaynes of waters,
8:11& the name of the starre is called wormwod. And the thyrde parte was turned to wormwod. And many men dyed of the waters, because they were made bytter.
8:12And the fourth Angell blew, and the thyrde parte of the sunne was smytten, and the thirde parte of the mone, and the thyrde parte of starres: so that the thyrd part of them was darckned. And the daye was smytten, that the thyrde part of it shulde not shyne, & lykewyse the nyght.
8:13And I behelde and herde an Angell flyinge thorow the myddes of heauen, sayinge with a lowde voyce: Woo, woo, to the inhabiters of the erth, because of the voyces to come of the trompe of the thre Angels, whych were yet to blowe.
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."