5 So when they had passed ouer the tyme of their banckettinge rounde aboute, Iob sent for them, and clensed them agayne, stode vp early, and offred for euery one a bretofferinge. For Iob thought thus: peraduenture my sonnes haue done some offence, and haue bene vnthankfull to God in their hertes. And thus dyd Iob euery daye.
Bible verses about "morning" | Coverdale
11 For he shall geue his angels charge ouer the, to kepe the in all thy wayes.
14 O satisfie vs with thy mercy, and that soone: so shal we reioyse and be glad all the dayes of oure life.
4 O Ephraim, what shal I do vnto the? O Iuda, how shal I intreate the? seynge youre loue is like a mornynge cloude, & like a dew yt goeth early awaye.
1 Stonde fast therfore in the libertye wherwith Christ hath made vs fre, and be not wrapped agayne in the yocke off bondage.
1 My sonne, forget not my lawe, but se yt thine hert kepe my comaundemetes. 2 For they shal prologe ye dayes & yeares of yi lyfe, & brynge ye peace. 3 Let mercy & faithfulnes neuer go from ye: bynde the about yi necke, & wryte them in the tables of thine herte. 4 So shalt thou fynde fauor and good vnderstondinge in ye sight of God and men. 5 Put thy trust in ye LORDE with all thine herte, and leane not vnto thine owne vnderstondinge. 6 In all thy wayes haue respecte vnto him, and he shal ordre thy goinges. 7 Be not wyse in thine owne conceate, but feare ye LORDE and departe from euell: 8 so shal thy nauel be whole, and thy bones stronge. 9 Honoure the LORDE wt yi substaunce, & wt ye firstlinges of all thine encrease: 10 so shal thy barnes be fylled with plenteousnesse, and thy presses shal flowe ouer with swete wyne. 11 My sonne, despyse not the chastenynge of ye LORDE, nether faynte when thou art rebuked of him. 12 For who the LORDE loueth, him he chasteneth: and yet delyteth in him euen as a father in his owne sonne. 13 Well is him that fyndeth wy?dome, & opteyneth vnderstondinge, 14 for the gettinge of it is better then eny marchaundise of syluer, & the profit of it is better then golde. 15 Wy?dome is more worth the precious stones, & all ye thinges yt thou canst desyre, are not to be compared vnto her. 16 Vpon hir right hande is longe life, & vpon hir left hande is riches & honor. 17 Hir wayes are pleasaunt wayes, and all hir pathes are peaceable. 18 She is a tre of life to them that laye holde vpon her, and blessed are they that kepe her fast. 19 With wy?dome hath ye LORDE layed the foudacion of ye earth, & thorow vnderstondinge hath he stablished ye heaues. 20 Thorow his wi?dome ye depthes breake vp, & ye cloudes droppe downe the dew. 21 My sonne, let not these thinges departe from thyne eyes, but kepe my lawe and my councell: 22 so shal it be life vnto thy soule, & grace vnto yi mouth. 23 Then shalt thou walke safely in yi waye, & thy fote shal not stomble. 24 Yf thou slepest, thou shalt not be afrayed, but shalt take thy rest & slepe swetely. 25 Thou neddest not to be afrayed of eny sodane feare, nether for the violent russhinge in of the vngodly, when it commeth. 26 For the LORDE shal be besyde the, & kepe thy fote yt thou be not taken. 27 Refuse not to do good vnto him that shulde haue it, so longe as thine hande is able to do it. 28 Saye not vnto thy neghboure: go thy waye & come agayne, tomorow wil I geue the: 29 where as thou hast now to geue him. Intende no hurte vnto thy neghboure, seynge he hopeth to dwell in rest by the. 30 Stryue not lightly wt eny man, where as he hath done ye no harme. 31 Folowe not a wicked man, and chose none of his wayes: 32 for the LORDE abhorreth the frowarde, but his secrete is amonge the righteous. 33 The curse of the LORDE is in the house of the vngodly, but he blesseth the dwellinges of the righteous. 34 As for the scornefull, he shal laugh the to scorne, but he shal geue grace vnto the lowly. 35 The wyse shal haue honor in possession, but shame is the promocio that fooles shal haue.
1 In the begynnynge was the worde, and the worde was with God, and God was ye worde. 2 The same was in the begynnynge wt God. 3 All thinges were made by the same, and without the same was made nothinge that was made. 4 In him was the life, and the life was the light of men: 5 and the light shyneth in the darknesse, and the darknesse comprehended it not. 6 There was sent from God a man, whose name was Ihon. 7 The same came for a witnesse, to beare wytnesse of ye light, that thorow him they all might beleue. 8 He was not that light, but that he might beare witnesse of ye light. 9 That was the true light, which lighteth all men, that come in to this worlde. 10 He was in the worlde, & the worlde was made by him, and ye worlde knewe him not. 11 He came in to his awne, and his awne receaued him not. 12 But as many as receaued him, to them gaue he power to be the children of God: euen soch as beleue in his name. 13 Which are not borne of bloude, ner of the wyl of the flesh, ner of the wyl of man, but of God. 14 And the worde became flesh, and dwelt amonge vs: and we sawe his glory, a glory as of the onely begotte sonne of the father, full of grace and trueth. 15 Ihon bare wytnesse of him, cryed, and sayde: It was this, of whom I spake: After me shal he come, that was before me, For he was or euer I: 16 and of his fulnesse haue all we receaued grace for grace. 17 For the lawe was geuen by Moses, grace and trueth came by Iesus Christ. 18 No man hath sene God at eny tyme. The onely begotte sonne which is in the bosome of the father, he hath declared the same vnto vs. 19 And this is the recorde of Ihon, whan the Iewes sent prestes and Leuites fro Ierusalem, to axe him: Who art thou? 20 And he confessed and denyed not. And he confessed, and sayde: I am not Christ. 21 And they axed him: What the? Art thou Elias? He sayde: I am not. Art thou the Prophet? And he answered: No. 22 Then sayde they vnto him: What art thou the, yt we maye geue answere vnto the that sent vs? What sayest thou of yi self? 23 He sayde: I am ye voyce of a cryer in the wyldernesse. Make straight ye waye of the LORDE. As ye prophet Esay sayde: 24 And they that were sent, were of ye Pharises. 25 And they axed him, & sayde vnto him: Why baptysest thou then, yf thou be not Christ, ner Elias, ner a prophet? 26 Ihon answered them, and sayde: I baptyse with water, but there is one come in amonge you, whom ye knowe not. 27 It is he that cometh after me, which was before me: whose shue lachet I am not worthy to vnlowse. 28 This was done at Bethabara beyonde Iordane, where Ihon dyd baptyse. 29 The nexte daye after, Ihon sawe Iesus commynge vnto him, and sayde: Beholde the labe of God, which taketh awaye the synne of the worlde. 30 This is he, of whom I sayde vnto you: After me commeth a man, which was before me. For he was or euer I, 31 and I knewe him not: but that he shulde be declared in Israel, therfore am I come to baptyse with water. 32 And Ihon bare recorde, & sayde: I sawe the sprete descende from heauen like vnto a doue, and abode vpon him, 33 & I knewe him not. But he that sent me to baptyse with water, ye same sayde vnto me: Vpon whom thou shalt se the sprete descende and tary styll on him, the same is he, that baptyseth with the holy goost. 34 And I sawe it, and bare recorde, that this is the sonne of God. 35 The nexte daye after, Ihon stode agayne, and two of his disciples. 36 And wha he sawe Iesus walkynge, he sayde: Beholde the labe of God. 37 And two of his disciples herde him speake, and folowed Iesus. 38 And Iesus turned him aboute, and sawe them folowinge, and sayde vnto the: What seke ye? They sayde vnto him: Rabbi, (which is to saye by interpretacion, Master.) Where art thou at lodginge? 39 He sayde vnto them: Come and se it. They came and sawe it, & abode with him the same daye. It was aboute the tenth houre. 40 One of the two, which herde Ihon speake, and folowed Iesus, was Andrew the brother of Symon Peter: 41 the same founde first his brother Symon, and sayde vnto him: We haue founde Messias (which is by interpretacion, ye Anoynted) 42 and brought him to Iesus. Whan Iesus behelde him, he sayde: Thou art Symon the sonne of Ionas, thou shalt be called Cephas, which is by interpretacion, a stone. 43 The nexte daye after, wolde Iesus go agayne in to Galile, and founde Philippe, and sayde vnto him: Folowe me. 44 Philippe was of Bethsaida the cite of Andrew and Peter. 45 Philippe founde Nathanael, and sayde vnto him: We haue founde him, of who Moses in the lawe, and ye prophetes haue wrytten, euen Iesus the sonne of Ioseph of Nazareth. 46 And Nathanaell sayde vnto him: What good can come out of Nazareth? Philippe sayde vnto him: Come, and se. 47 Iesus sawe Nathanael comynge to him, and sayde of him: Beholde, a righte Israelite, in whom is no gyle. 48 Nathanael sayde vnto him: From whence knowest thou me? Iesus answered, and sayde vnto him: Before yt Philippe called the, whan thou wast vnder the fygge tre, I sawe the. 49 Nathanaell answered, and sayde vnto hi: Rabbi, thou art ye sonne of God, thou art ye kynge of Israel. 50 Iesus answered, & sayde vnto him: Because I sayde vnto the, that I sawe the vnder the fygge tre, thou beleuest: thou shalt se yet greater thinges the these. 51 And he sayde vnto him: Verely verely I saye vnto you: Fro this tyme forth shal ye se the heauen open, and the angels of God goinge vp & downe ouer the sonne of man.
12 Hast thou geue the mornynge his charge (as soone as thou wast borne) and shewed the dayespringe his place,
6 My soule doth paciently abyde the LORDE, fro the one mornynge to the other.
5 For his wrath endureth but the twincklinge of an eye, and his pleasure is in life: heuynesse maye well endure for a night, but ioye commeth in the mornynge.
3 Heare my voyce by tymes (o LORDE) for early in the morninge wil I gett me vnto the, yee & yt wt diligece.
8 Oh let me heare thy louynge kyndnesse by tymes in the mornynge, for in the is my trust: shewe thou me the waye that I shulde walke in, for I lift vp my soule vnto the.