1 In the lande of Hus there was a man whose name was Iob: & the same was a perfect & iust man, soch a one as feared God & exchued euell. 2 And he had seuen sonnes, & thre daughters 3 His substaunce also was seuen .M. shepe, & thre .M. camels, .v.C. youck of oxen, & fyue .C. she asses, and a very greate housholde: so that he was one of the most principall men among all them of the east countre. 4 And his sonnes went and made banckettes: one daye in one house, another daye in another, and sent for theyr thre systers, to eat & drincke with them. 5 And it fortuned, that when they had passed ouer the tyme of their bancketting rounde aboute, Iob sent for them, and sanctified them, and gat vp early, and offered for euery one a brentofferynge. For Iob sayde: lest peraduenture my sonnes haue done some offence, & haue bene vnthankfull to God in their hertes. Thus did Iob euery daye. 6 And vpon a daye when the children of God cam & stode before the Lord, it fortuned that Sathan cam also among them. 7 And the Lorde sayde vnto Sathan. From whence commest thou? Sathan answered the Lord, and sayde: I haue gone about the lande, and walcked thorow it. 8 And the Lorde sayde vnto Sathan: hast thou not considered my seruaunt Iob, how that there is none lyke him in the land? a perfect & a iust man: soch a one as feareth God, and exchueth euell? 9 Sathan answered, and sayde vnto the Lord. Doth Iob feare God for naught? 10 hast thou not preserued him, & his house, and all that he hath on euery syde? Thou hast blessed the worckes of hys handes, and hys possessyon is encreased in the lande. 11 But laye thyne hand now vpon hym and touch all that he hath, and he shal curse the to thy face. 12 And the Lorde sayde vnto Satan: lo, all that he hath, be in thy power: onely vpon hym selfe se that thou laye not thyne hande. And Satan went forth from the presence of the Lorde. 13 And vpon a certayn daye it fortuned, that his sonnes and daughters were eatyng and drincking wyne in their eldest brothers house, 14 and there came a messenger vnto Iob, and sayde: Whyle the oxen were a plowyng, and the asses goynge in the pasture besyde them, 15 the Sabees came in vyolently, and toke them awaye: yee, they haue slayne thy seruauntes with the edge of the sweard, and I onely ranne my waye, to tell the. 16 Whyle he was yet speakyng, there came another, and sayde: The fyre of God is fallen from heauen, and hath brent vp all thy shepe and seruantes, and consumed them: & I onely ranne my waye, to tell the. 17 And whyle he was yet speakinge, there came another, and sayde: The Caldees made thre armyes, and fell in vpon the camels, and haue caryed them awaye, yee, and slayne thy seruauntes with the swearde: and I onely am gotten awaye, to tell the. 18 And whyle he was yet speakyng, there came another, and sayde: Thy sonnes and thy daughters were eatynge and drynckynge wyne in theyr eldest brothers house, 19 and beholde, there came a myghtye greate wynde out of the south, and smote the foure corners of the house: which fell vpon thy children, and they are deed, and I am gotten a waye alone to tell the. 20 Then Iob stode vp, and rent his clothes, and shaued hys heade, fell downe vpon the grounde, worshipped, 21 and sayd: Naked came I out of my mothers wombe, and naked shall I turne thyther agayne. The Lord gaue, and the Lorde hath taken awaye blessed be the name of the Lord. 22 In all these thynges dyd Iob not offende, ner murmured foolyshly agaynst God.
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1 To hym that excelleth in songes of Musick: a psalme of Dauid. Pondre my wordes, O Lord, consydre my meditacyon. 2 O herken thou vnto the voyce of my callynge, my kinge and my God for vnto the wyll I make my prayer. 3 My voyce shalt thou heare by tymes, O Lorde, early in the mornyng will I directe my praier vnto the, and wyll loke vp. 4 For thou arte the God that hath no pleasure in wyckednes, nether shall any euell dwell with the. 5 Soch as be foolysh, shall not stande in thy syght, thou hatest all them that worke vanyte. Thou shalte destroye them that speake leasynge: the Lorde wyll abhorre both the bloud thyrstye, and disceatfull man. 6 But as for me, I will come into thy house, euen vpon the multitude of thy mercy, and in thy feare wyll I worshyp towarde thy holy temple. 7 Leade me, O Lorde, in thy ryghtewesnesse because of myne enemyes: make thy waye playne before my face. 8 For there is no faythfulnesse in hys mouth: theyr inwarde partes are very wickednes. 9 Theyr throte is an open sepulchre: they flatter wt their tonge. 10 Destroye thou them, O God, let them perysshe thorowe theyr awne ymaginacyons, cast them out in the multitude of theyr vngodlynes: for they haue rebelled agaynst the. 11 And let all them that put theyr trust in the reioyce: they shall euer be geuinge of thankes, because thou defendest them: they that loue thy name shalbe ioyfull in the. 12 For thou Lorde wylt geue thy blessynge vnto the ryghteous: and with thy fauorable kyndnesse wylt thou defende hym, as with a shylde.
7 Leade me, O Lorde, in thy ryghtewesnesse because of myne enemyes: make thy waye playne before my face.
1 To the chaunter, a Psalme of Dauid, when the prophet Nathan came vnto him, after he was gone in to Bethsabe. Haue mercy vpon me (O God) after thy goodnes: accordyng vnto the multitude of thy mercyes, do awaye myne offences. 2 Wash me thorowly fro my wickednesse, & clense me from my synne. 3 For I knowledg my fautes, & my synne is euer before me. 4 Agaynst the onely haue I synned, and done this euell in thy syght: that thou myghtest be iustifyed in thy sayinge, & cleare when thou art iudged. 5 Beholde, I was shapen in wyckednesse, & in synne hath my mother conceaued me. 6 But lo, thou requirest treuth in the inward partes, and shalt make me to vnderstonde wysdome secretly. 7 Thou shalt pourge me with Isope, and I shall be cleane: thou shalt wash me, & I shalbe whyter then snowe: 8 Thou shalt make me heare of ioye and gladnesse, that the bones whych thou hast broken, maye reioyse. 9 Turne thy face from my synnes, & put out all my mysdedes. 10 Make me a cleane hert (O God) and renue a ryght sprete wythin me. 11 Cast me not awaye from thy presence, & take not thy holy sprete from me. 12 O geue me the comforte of thy helpe agayne, & stablysh me wyth thy fre sprete. 13 Then shall I teach thy wayes vnto the wicked, and synners shall be conuerted vnto the. 14 Delyuer me from bloud gyltynesse (O God) thou that art the God of my health, and my tonge shall syng of thy ryghteousnesse. 15 Thou shalt open my lyppes (O Lord) my mouth shal shewe thy prayse. 16 For thou desyrest no sacrifyce, els wolde I geue it the: but thou delytest not in burntofferynge. 17 The sacrifyce of God is a troubled sprete, a broken and a contrite hert (O God) shalt thou not despyse. 18 O be fauorable & gracyous vnto Syon, buylde thou the walles of Ierusalem. 19 Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifyce of ryghteousnesse, wyth the burntofferynges & oblacions: then shall they offre yonge bullockes vpon thyne aulter.
30 When thou lettest thy breth goo forth, they shalbe mad, and thou shalt renue the face of the earth.
35 Let youre loynes be gerd about, & your lightes brenning
29 Iesus answered him, the fyrste of all the commaundementes is: Heare O Israell: The Lorde oure God, is Lord onely:
79 To geue light to them that sate in darcknes & in the shadowe of deathe, to gyde oure fete into the waye of peace.
1 In the begynnynge God created heauen and earthe. 2 The earth was voyde and emptye: and darcknes was vpon the face of the depe: and the sprete of God moued vpon the face of the waters. 3 And God sayde: let there be made lyght, and there was light made. 4 And God sawe the light that it was good. And God made a diuision betwene the light and darknesse. 5 And God called the light, daye: and the darknesse called he, nyght. And the euenyng and the morning was made one daye. 6 And God sayde: let there be a firmament betwene the waters: and let it make a diuision betwene waters and waters. 7 And God made the firmament, and set a diuision betwene the waters which were vnder the firmament and the waters that were aboue the firmament. And it was so. 8 And God called the firmament, Heauen. The euenynge also and the mornyng was made the second daye. 9 And God sayde: let the waters vnder heauen be gathered together into one place, that the drye lande maye be sene. And so it came to passe. 10 And God called the drye lande Earth: and the gatheryng together of waters called he the sees. And God sawe that it was good. 11 And God sayde: let the earth bring forth grene herbe, which maye engendre seed: and frutefull tre, yeldyng frute after hys kynde, whose seed maye be in it self vpon the earth. And it came to passe. 12 And the earth brought forth grene herbe, makynge seede after hys kynde: and tree yeldynge frute, whose seed was in it selfe after hys kynde. And God sawe that it was good. 13 The euenynge also and the mornynge was made the thyrde daye. 14 And God sayde: let there be made lyghtes in the firmament of heauen: and let them make a difference betwene the daye and the nyght, and let them be vnto signes, and vnto appoynted seasons, and vnto dayes, and vnto yeares. 15 And let them be vnto lyghtes in the firmament of heauen, that they maye geue lyght vpon the earthe. And so it came to passe. 16 And God made two greate lyghtes: a greater lyght to rule the daye, & a lesse lyght to rule the night (And he made) sterres also. 17 And God set them in the firmament of heauen, that they myght geue lyght vpon the earth, 18 and that they might rule the daye and the night: and to make a difference betwene the lyght and the darknes. And God sawe that it was good. 19 The euenyng also and the mornyng was made the fourth daye. 20 And God sayde: let the waters bryng forth mouynge creature that hath lyfe, and foule that maye flye vpon the earth in the face of the firmament of heauen. 21 And God created great whalles and euery lyuing and mouyng creature, which the waters brought forth after their kynde: and euery fethered foule after their kynde. And God sawe that it was good. 22 And God blessed them, sayinge: Growe & increace and fyll the waters of the see: and let fethred foules be multiplyed in the earth. 23 The euenynge also and the mornyng was made the fyfth daye. 24 And God sayde: let the earth bring forth lyuing creature after his kynde: catell, worme and beast of the erth after his kynde: and so it came to passe. 25 And God made the beast of the earth after his kynde, and catell after their kynde: and euery thynge that crepeth vpon the earth after his kynde. And God sawe that it was good. 26 And God sayde: let vs make man in oure ymage after oure lycknes, and let them haue rule of the fysh of the see: and foule of the ayre and catell, and all the earth, and of euery crepyng thyng that crepeth vpon the erth. 27 And so God created man in his awne ymage: in the ymage of God created he hym, male and female created he them. 28 And God blessed them, and God sayd vnto them: Growe and increace and replenyshe the erth, and subdue it: and haue dominion of the fish of the see, and foule of the aire: and of euery lyuing thyng that moueth vpon the earth. 29 And God sayde: Beholde, I haue geuen you euery herbe sowynge seed, which is in the vpper face of all the earth: and euery tre in the which is the frute of tree, and that soweth seed, that they maye be meate vnto you. 30 To euery beast of the earth also, and to euery byrde of the ayre, and to euery suche thinge as crepeth vpon the earth (wherin is a lyuing soule) I haue geuen all grenenes of herbe to be meat. And it came so to passe. 31 And God sawe euery thyng that he had made, and beholde, it was exceading good. The euenyng also and the mornynge was made the syxth daye.
5 Thou shalte not be afrayed for any terrour by night, ner for the arow that flyeth by daye. 6 For the pestilence that walketh in the darknesse, ner for the sicknesse that destroyeth in the noone daye. 7 A thousande shall fall besyde the & ten thousande at thy ryght hand, but it shall not come nye the.
12 Hast thou geuen the mornynge hys charge (as sone as thou wast borne) and shewed the daye spryng hys place,
14 Let the wordes of my mouth, and the meditacion of my herte be acceptable in thy syght O Lorde, my strength annd my redemer.
8 Awake, O my glory, awake lute and harpe, I my selfe wyll a wake ryght early.
17 I am louynge vnto those that loue me: and they that seke me early shall fynde me.
105 Thy worde is a lanterne vnto my fete, and a lyght vnto my pathes.
1 A psalme of Dauid, when he was in the wildernes of Iuda. O God, thou art my God, early wil I seke the. 2 My soule thrusteth for the: my flesh also longeth after the in a baren and drye lande, where no water is. 3 Thus haue I loked for the in holynesse that I myght beholde thy power and glory. 4 For thy louing kindnes is better then thy lyfe it selfe: my lippes shal prayse the. 5 As longe as I lyue will I magnyfye the on this maner, and lyft vp my handes in thy name. 6 My soule shalbe satisfyed euen as it were with mary and fatnesse, when my mouth prayseth the with ioyfull lyppes. 7 Haue I not remembred the in my bedd, & thought vpon the, whan I was wakynge? 8 Because thou hast bene my helper, therfore vnder the shadowe of thy wynges will I reioyse. 9 My soule hangeth vpon the, thy ryght hand hath vpholden me. 10 These also that seke the hurt of my soule, they shal go vnder the earth. 11 Lett them fall vpon the edge of the sweard, that they maye be a porcyon for foxes. But the kyng shall reioyse in God: all they also that sweare by him shalbe commended, for the mouth of them that speake lyes, shalbe stopped.
35 And in the mornynge very early, Iesus (whan he was rysen vp) departed, and went out into a solitary place, and there prayed.
14 O satisfye vs with thy mercy, and that soone: so shall we reioyse and be glad all the dayes of oure lyfe.
3 My voyce shalt thou heare by tymes, O Lorde, early in the mornyng will I directe my praier vnto the, and wyll loke vp.