1 To the chaunter, a songe for the chyldren of Corah vpon Alamoth. God is our hope & strength: a very present helpe in trouble. 2 Therfore wyll we feare, though the erth be moued, & though the hylles be caryed in the myddest of the see. 3 Though the waters therof rage & swell, & though the mountaynes shake at the tempest of the same. Sela. 4 The ryuers of the floude therof shall make glad the cytie of God, the holy place of the tabernacles of the most hyest. 5 God is in the myddest of her, therfore shall she not be remoued: God shall help her, & that ryght early. 6 The Heathen make moch a doo, & the kyngdomes are moued: but God hath shewed hys voyce, & the earth shall melt awaye. 7 The Lord of Hostes is wt vs, the God of Iacob is oure refuge. Sela. 8 O come hyther, & beholde the worckes of the Lorde, what destruccyons he hath brought vpon the earth. 9 He maketh warres to ceasse in all the worlde: he breaketh the bowe & knappeth the speare in sonder, & burneth the charettes in the fyre. 10 Be styll then & knowe that I am God: I wil be exalted among the Heithen, and I wyll be exalted in the earth. 11 The Lorde of Hostes is wyth vs, the God of Iacob is oure defence. Sela.
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14 And the same worde became flesshe, and dwelt amonge vs: and we sawe the glory of it, as the glory of the onely begotten sonne of the father, full of grace and trueth.
12 But as many as receaued hym to them gaue he power to be the sonnes of God: euen them that beleued on hys name:
1 Though I spake with the tonges of men and of angels, and haue no loue. I am euen as sounding brasse, or as a tynklinge cymball. 2 And though I coulde prophesy, and vnderstode all secretes, and all knowledge: yee yf I haue all fayth, so that I can moue mountayns oute of their places, and yet haue no loue, I am nothynge. 3 And though I bestowe all my goodes to fede the poore, and though I geue my body euen that I burned, and yet haue no loue, it profyteth me nothynge. 4 Loue suffreth longe, and is curteous. Loue enuyeth not. Loue doth not frowardly, swelleth not, dealeth not dishonestly 5 seketh not her awne, is not prouoked to anger, thynketh no euyll, 6 reioyseth not in iniquyte: but reioyseth in the trueth, 7 suffreth all thynges, beleueth all thynges, hopeth all thynges, endureth all thynges. 8 Though that prophesyinges fayle, other tonges cease, or knowledge vanysshe awaye, yet loue falleth neuer awaye. 9 For oure knowledge is vnperfect, and oure prophesyinge is vnperfect. 10 But when that whych is perfect, is come, then that whych is vnperfect, shall be done awaye. 11 When I was a chylde, I spake as a chylde, I vnderstode as a chylde, I ymagined as a chylde. But assone as I was a man, I put awaye chyldeshnes. 12 Nowe we se in a glasse, euen in a darcke speakyng: but then shall we se face to face. Nowe I knowe vnperfectly: but then shall I knowe euen as I am knowen. 13 Nowe abydeth fayth, hope, and loue, euen these thre: but the chefe of these is loue.
16 All scripture geuen by inspiracyon of God, is proffitable to teache, to improue, to amende and to instruct in ryghtewesnes,
1 Iudas the seruaunt of Iesus Christ the brother of Iames. To them which are called, and sanctifyed in God the father, and preserued in Iesu Christ. 2 Mercy vnto you and peace and loue be multiplyed. 3 Beloued, when I gaue all dyligence to wryte vnto you of the commen saluacyon, it was nedeful for me to write vnto you, to exhorte you, that ye shuld contynually laboure in the fayth, which was once geuen vnto the saynctes. 4 For ther are certayne vngodly men craftely crept in, of which it was written afore tyme vnto such iudgement. They turne the grace of oure God vnto wantannes, and denye God (which is the onely Lorde) and oure Lorde Iesus Christ. 5 My mynde is therfore to put you in remembraunce, for as moche as ye once knowe this, how that the Lorde (after that he had delyuered the people out of Egypt) destroyed them which after warde beleued not. 6 The angels also which kept not their fyrst estate, but lefte their awne habitacion, he hath reserued in euerlastynge chaynes vnder darcknes vnto the iudgement of the greate daye 7 euen as Sodome & Gomore, and the cytyes aboute them (which in lyke maner defyled them selues with fornicacyon, and folowed straunge flesshe) are set forth for an ensample, & suffre the payne of eternall fyre. 8 Lykewyse, these beyng disceaued by dreames, defile the flesshe, despise rulars & speake euyll of them that are in aucthorite. 9 Yet Michael the archangell when he stroue agaynst the deuyll, & disputed about the body, of Moses, durst not geue raylinge sentence, but sayde, the Lorde rebuke the. 10 But these speake euyll of those thynges whych they knowe not: and what thynges they knowe naturaly (as beastes which are wythout reason) in those thinges they corrupte them selues. 11 Wo be vnto them, for they haue folowed the waye of Cain, & are vtterly geuen to the erroure of Balam for lukers sake & perisshe in the treason of Core. 12 These are spottes which of your kidnes feast together, wt out feare, lyuinge lawlesse, and after ther awne pleasure. Cloudes they are with out water, caryed about of windes, trees wt out frute at geatheringe time withered, twyse deed, & plucked vp by the rotes. 13 They are the ragynge waues of the see, fomynge out their awne shame. They are wandrynge sterres, to whom is reserued the myst of darcknes for euer. 14 Enoch the seuenth from Adam prophesyed before of such, sayinge. Beholde, the Lord shall come with thousandes of saynctes, 15 to geue iudgement agaynst all men, & to rebuke all that are vngodly amonge them of all their vngodly dedes, which they haue vngodly committed, and of all their cruell speakynges, which vngodly synners haue spoken agaynst hym. 16 These are murmurers, complayners, walkyng after their awne lustes, whose mouthes speake proude thinges. They haue men in greate reuerence because of aduantage. 17 But ye beloued, remember the wordes which were spoken before of the Apostles of oure Lord Iesu Christ, 18 how that they tolde you that there shuld be begylers in the last tyme, which shuld walke after their awne vngodly lustes. 19 These are makers of sectes, fleshlye, hauynge no sprete. 20 But ye derlye beloued, edifye youre selues in your most holy fayth, prayinge in the holy goost, 21 and kepe your selues in the loue of God, lokynge for the mercy of oure Lord Iesus Christ, vnto eternall lyfe. 22 And haue compassion of some, separatinge them, 23 and other saue with feare, pullinge them out of the fyre and hate the fylthy vesture of the fleshe. 24 Unto him that is able to kepe you fre from synne, & to present you fautlesse before the presence of his glory wt ioye 25 to God oure sauyour: which onely is wyse be glory, maiestye, dominion, and power, now and euer. Amen.
34 Take hede to your selues, lest at anye tyme youre hertes be ouercome with surfettynge and dronkennes and cares of thys lyfe, and so the daye come vpon you vnwares.
6 Submyt youre selues therfore vnder the myghty hande of God, that he maye exalte you, when the tyme is come.
1 Who so dwelleth vnder the defence of the most hyest, shal abyde vnder the shadow of the Almightye. 2 I wyll saye vnto the Lorde: Thou art my hope, and my stronge holde, my God, in hym will I trust. 3 For he shall delyuer the from the snare of the hunter, and from the noysome pestylence. 4 He shall defende the vnder hys wynges, and thou shalte be safe vnder hys fethers: hys faythfulnesse and trueth shall be thy shylde and buckler. 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. 8 Yee, with thyne eyes shalt thou beholde, and se the rewarde of the vngodly. 9 For thou Lorde arte my hope, thou hast set thyne house of defence very hye 10 There shall no euell happen vnto the, nether shall eny plage come nye thy dwellyng. 11 For he shall geue his angels charge ouer the, to kepe the in all thy wayes. 12 They shall beare the in theyr handes, that thou hurt not thy fote agaynste a stone. 13 Thou shalt go vpon the Lyon and Adder, the yonge Lyon and the Dragon shalte thou treade vnder thy fete. 14 Because he hath set hys loue vpon me, therfore shall I delyuer him: I shall set him vp, because he hath knowne my name. 15 He shall call vpon me, & I wyll heare hym: yee I am with hym in trouble, I will deliuer hym, and brynge hym to honoure. 16 With longe lyfe wyll I satisfye hym, and shewe hym my saluacion.
1 A psalme of Dauid. The Lord is my shepherde, therfore can I lack nothing. 2 He shall fede me in a grene pasture, & leade me forth besyde the waters of comforte. 3 He shall conuerte my soule, & brynge me forth in the pathes of ryghteousnes for hys names sake. 4 Yee though I walke thorowe the valleye of the shadow of death, I wyll feare no euell, for thou art wt me thy rodde & thy staffe comforte me. 5 Thou shalt prepare a table before me agaynst them that trouble me: thou hast anoynted my head wt oyle, & my cuppe shalbe full. 6 But louynge kyndnes & mercy shall folowe me all the dayes of my lyfe. & I wyll dwell in the house of the Lord for euer.
1 In the thyrde yeare of kynge Cirus of Persia, there was shewed vnto Daniel (other wyse called Balthasar) a matter, yee, a true matter, but it is yet a longe tyme vnto it. He vnderstode the matter well, and perceaued what the visyon was. 2 At the same tyme, I Daniel mourned for the space of thre wekes, 3 so that I had no lust to eate bread: as for fleshe and wyne there came none wythin my mouth: No, I dyd not once anoynte my self, tyl the wole thre wekes were out. 4 Upon the .xxiiij. daye of the first moneth, I was by the greate floude, called Tygris 5 I lyft vp myne eyes, and loked: and beholde, a man clothed in lynen, whose loynes were gyrded vp with fyne golde of Araby: 6 his body was lyke the Chrysolite stone, hys face (to loke vpon) was lyke lyghtenynge, hys eyes as the flame of fyre, hys armes and fete were lyke fayre glysterynge metall, but the voyce of his wordes was lyke the voyce of a multitude. 7 I Daniel alone sawe thys visyon the men that were wyth me, sawe it not: but a greate fearfulnesse fell vpon them, so that they fled awaye, and hyd them selues. 8 I was left there my selfe alone, and sawe this great visyon, so longe tyll there remayned nomore strength wythin me: yee, I lost my coloure clene, I wasted awaye, and my strength was gone. 9 Yet hearde I the voyce of hys wordes: and as soone as I hearde it, fayntnesse came vpon me; and I fell downe flat to the grounde vpon my face. 10 And behold, an hande touched me, whych set me vp vpon my knees & vpon the palmes of my handes, 11 sayinge vnto me. O Daniel, thou well beloued man: take good hede of the wordes, that I shall saye vnto the, and stande ryght vp, for vnto the am I nowe sent. And when he had sayde these wordes, I stode vp tremblynge. 12 Then sayde he vnto me: feare not Daniel: for why, sence the fyrst daye that thou set thyne herte to vnderstande, and dydest chasten thy selfe before thy God: thy wordes haue bene herde. And I had come vnto the. When thou begannest to speake 13 had not the prynce ouer the kyngdom of the Perses wythstande me .xxj. dayes. But lo, Michael one of the chefe prynces, came to helpe and I was left to contynue ther with the kinges of Persia, 14 & am come to shewe the, what shall happen vnto thy people in the latter dayes. For it wylbe longe yet or the visyon be fulfylled. 15 Nowe when he had spoken these wordes vnto me, I cast downe my head to the grounde and helde my tunge. 16 Beholde, there touched my lyppes one very lyke vnto a man. Then opened I my mouth, and sayde vnto him, that stode before me, O my Lorde, my ioyntes are lowsed in the visyon, and there is nomore strength within me. 17 Howe may my Lordes seruaunt then talke wyth my Lord? seynge there is no strength in me, so that I cannot take my breth? 18 Upon this there touched me agayne, one moch lyke a man and conforted me, 19 sayinge. O thou man so well beloued, feare not: be content, take a good hert vnto the, and be stronge. So when he had spoken vnto me, I recouered, and sayde. Speake on my Lord, for thou hast refreshed me. 20 Then sayd he: knowest thou wherfore I am come vnto the? nowe wyll I go agayne to fyght wyth the prince of the Perses. As soone as I go forth, lo, the prince of Grekelande shall come. 21 Neuertheles, I wyll shewe the that thynge, that is fast noted in the scrypture of trueth. And as for all yonder matters, there is none that helpeth me in them, but Michael youre prynce.
25 Heuynesse discorageth the herte of man, but a good worde maketh it glad agayne.
6 Be carefull for nothynge: but in all prayer and supplicacyon let youre peticyons be manifeste vnto God with geuynge of thankes.