1 In the lande of Nus there was a man called Iob: an innocent & vertuous man, soche one as feared God exchued euell. 2 This man had .vij. sonnes, & .iij. daughters. 3 Hys substaunce was .vij.M. shepe .iij.M. camels .v.C. youck of oxen .v.C. she asses, & a very greate housholde: so that he was one of the moste principall men amonge 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 their .iij. systers to eate and drincke with them. 5 So when they had passed ouer the tyme of their banckettynge rounde aboute, Iob sent for them, and clensed them agayne, and gat vp early, & offered for euery one a brentofferynge. 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. 6 Now vpon a tyme, when the seruauntes of God came & stode before the Lord, Sathan came also amonge them. 7 And the Lorde sayde vnto Sathan: From whence commest thou? Sathan answered the Lorde, and sayd: I haue gone aboute the lande and walcked thorow it. 8 Then sayde the Lorde vnto Sathan: hast thou not consydered my seruaunt Iob, how that he is an innocent & vertuous man: soch one as feareth God, & extrueth euel, & that there is none lyke hym in the lande? 9 Sathan answered, & sayde vnto the Lord: Doeth Iob feare God for nought? 10 hast thou not preserued him, his house, and all hys substaunce on euery syde? hast thou not blessed the worckes of his handes? Is not his possessyon encreased in the lande? 11 But laye thyne hande vpon him a lytle, touche ones all that he hath, and (I holde) he shall curse the to thy face. 12 And the Lorde sayd vnto Sathan: lo all that he hath, be in thy power: only vpon hym self se that thou laye not thyne hande. Then went Sathan forth from the Lorde. 13 Now vpon a certayne daye when his sonnes and daughters were eatynge, and drinckinge wyne in their eldeste brothers house, 14 there came a messenger vnto Iob, & sayde: Whyle the oxen were a plowynge, & the Asses going in the pasture besyde them: 15 the Sabees came in violently, and toke them all awaye: ye they haue slayne thy seruauntes with the swearde and I only ranne my waye, to tell the. 16 And whyle he was yet speakynge, there came another, and sayde: The fyre of God is fallen from heauen, it hath consumed, and brent vp all thy shepe and seruauntes: and I only ranne my waye, to tell the. 17 In that meane season whyle he was yet speakynge there came another, and sayde: The Caldees made thre armies, & fell in vpon thy camels, which they haue caried awaye, yee and slayne thy seruauntes with the swearde: and I only am gotten awaye, to tell the: 18 Whyle he was speakynge, there came yet another, & sayde: Thy sonnes and daughters were eatyng & drynckynge wyne in their eldest brothers house, 19 & sodenly there came a mightie greate wynde out of the South, and smote the .iiij. corners of the house, which fell vpon thy chyldren, so that they are deed: and I am gotten awaye alone, to tell the. 20 Then Iob stode vp, and rente hys clothes shaued his heade, fell doune vpon the ground, worshipped, 21 and sayde: Naked came I out of my mothers wombe, & naked shall I turne thether agayne. The Lorde gaue, and the Lord hath taken awaye now blessed be the name of the Lorde. 22 In all these thynges dyd Iob not offende, ner murmured folyshye agaynst God.
Bible verses about "morning prayer" | Matthew
1 To the Chaunter by Nehiloh, a Psalme of Dauid. Heare my wordes (O Lorde) consyder my callynge. 2 O marke the voice of my petition my Kynge and my God, for vnto the wyl I make my prayer. 3 Heare my voyce by tymes (O Lorde) for early in the mornyng wyll I get me vnto the, yea and that with diligence. 4 For thou art not the God that hath pleasure in wickednesse, ther may no vngodly person dwel with the. 5 Suche as be cruell maye not stande in thy syght, thou art an enemye vnto all wycked doers. 6 Thou destroiest the lyers: the Lord abhorreth the bloude thursty and disceatful. 7 But as for me, I wyl come into thy house euen vpon the multytude of thy mercy: and in thy feare wyll I worshippe towarde thy holy temple. 8 Lede me (O Lord) in thy ryghtuousnesse; because of myne enemyes, & make thy waye playne before me. 9 For there is no faithfulnesse in their mouthes: they dessemble in their hertes: their throt is an open sepulcher: with their tonges thy disceaue. 10 Punysh them (O God) that they may perysh in their owne ymaginacions: cast them out because of the multytude of their vngodlynesse, for they rebell agaynste the. 11 Agayne, let all them that put their truste in the, reioyse: yea let them euer be geuynge of thankes, because thou defendest: them: that they whyche loue thy name, be ioyfull in the. 12 For thou Lord geuest thy blessynge vnto the ryghtuous: and with thy fauorable kindnes thou defendest him, as wyth a shylde.
7 But as for me, I wyl come into thy house euen vpon the multytude of thy mercy: and in thy feare wyll I worshippe towarde thy holy temple.
1 To the chaunter, a Psalme of Dauid, when the prophet Nathan came vnto hym, after he was gone into Bethsabe. Haue mercy vpon me (O God) after thy goodnes, & according vnto thy great mercyes, do awaye myne offences. 2 Wash me well fro my wickednesse, and clense me fro my synne. 3 For I knowledge my fautes, & my synne is euer before me. 4 Agaynst the only, agaynst the haue I sinned, & done euel in thy sight: that thou mightest be iustified in thy saynges, and shouldest ouercome when thou art iudged. 5 Beholde, I was borne in wickednesse, & in synne hath my mother conceyued me. 6 But lo, thou hast a pleasure in the trueth, and hast shewed me secrete wisdome. 7 O purge me with Isope, and I shall be cleane: wash thou me, and I shalbe whyter then snowe. 8 Oh let me heare of ioye & gladnesse, that the bones which thou hast broken, maye reioyse. 9 Turne thy face from my synnes, & put oute all my misdedes. 10 Make me a cleane hert, O God, & renue a right sprete within 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, and stablish me with thy sprete. 13 Then shall I teache thy wayes vnto the wicked, that sinners may be conuerted vnto the. 14 Deliuer me from bloude giltinesse, O God, thou that art the God of my health, that my tonge may prayse thy righteousnesse. 15 Open my lyppes, O LORD, that my mouth maye shewe thy prayse. 16 For if thou haddest pleasure in sacrifice, I wolde geue it the: but thou delytest not in burntofferinges. 17 The sacryfice of God is a troubled spirit a broken and a contrite hert, O God, shalte thou not despyse. 18 O be fauourable gracyous vnto Syon, that the walles of Ierusalem maye be buylded, 19 For when shalt thou be pleased wyth the sacrifice of ryghtuousnes, with the burntofferinges and oblations: then shal they laye bullockes vpon thine alter.
30 Agayne, when thou lettest thy brethe goo forth, they are made, and so thou renuest the face of the earth.
35 Let youre loynes be gerdde aboute, & your lyghtes brennynge,
29 Iesus aunswered hym: the fyrst of al the commaundementes is. Heare Israel: The Lorde God is one Lorde.
79 To geue lyght to them that sate in darcknes & in shadowe of death, and to guyde oure fete into the waye of peace.
1 In the beginnynge GOD created heauen and erth. 2 The erth was voyde and empty, and darcknesse was vpon the depe, and the spirite of God moued vpon the water. 3 Than God sayd: let there be light: & there was lyght. 4 And God sawe the lyght that it was good: & deuyded the lyght from the darcknesse, 5 & called the lyght the daye, & the darcknesse the nyght: and so of the euenyng & mornyng was made the fyrst daye. 6 And God sayde: let there be a fyrmament betwene the waters, & let it deuyde the waters a sonder. 7 Than God made the fyrmament, and parted the waters whyche were vnder the fyrmament, from the waters that were aboue the fyrmament: And it was so. 8 And God called the fyrmament Heauen. And so of the euenynge and mornyng was made the seconde daye. 9 And God sayde: let the waters that are vnder heauen gather them selues vnto one place, that the drye lande may appere. And it came so to passe. 10 And GOD called the drye lande the erth, and the gatheryng together of waters called he the sea. And God sawe that it was good. 11 And God sayde: let the erth brynge forth herbe and grasse that sowe seed, and fruteful trees, that bere frute euery one in his kynde, hauyng their seed in them selues vpon the erth. And it came so to passe. 12 And the erth brought forth herbe and grasse sowing seed euery one in hys kynde, and trees berynge frute, and hauynge theyr seed in themselues, euery one in hys kynde. And God sawe that it was good, 13 and then of the euenyng and mornyng was made the thyrde daye. 14 Than sayde God: let there be lightes in the fyrmament of heauen, to deuyde the day from the nyght, that they may be vnto sygnes, seasons, dayes and yeares. 15 And let them be lyghtes in the fyrmament of heauen, to shyne vpon the erth: And so it was. 16 And God made two greate lyghtes: A greater lyght to rule the daye, and a lesse lyght to rule the nyght: and he made sterres also. 17 And God put them in the fyrmament of heauen to shyne vpon the erth, 18 and to rule the daye and the nyght: and to deuyde the lyght from darcknesse. And God sawe that it was good: 19 & so of the euenyng & mornyng was made the fourth day. 20 And God said: let the water bryng forth creatures that moue and haue lyfe, & foules for to flye ouer the erth vnder the fyrmament of heauen. 21 And God created greate whalles and al maner of creatures that lyue & moue, whych the waters brought forth in their kyndes, & all maner of fethered foules in theyr kyndes. And God sawe that it was good: 22 & God blessed them sayinge: Growe and multyplie and fyll the waters of the seas: and let the foules multyplye vpon the erth. 23 And so of the euening & morning was made the fyfth day. 24 And God sayd: let the erth brynge forth lyuynge creatures in their kyndes: catell and wormes & beastes of the erth in their kyndes, & so it came to passe. 25 And God made the beastes of the erth in their kyndes, and catell in their kyndes, & al maner wormes of the erth in their kyndes: & God saw that it was good. 26 And God sayde: let vs make man in oure similitude & after our lycknesse: that he may haue rule ouer the fysh of the sea, and ouer the foules of the ayre, & ouer catell, and ouer all the erth, and ouer all wormes that crepe on the erth. 27 And God created man after hys likenes, after the lycknesse of god created he hym: male & female created he them. 28 And God blessed them, & God sayde vnto them: Growe and multiplye & fyl the erth, & subdue it, & haue dominion ouer the fyshes of the sea, and ouer the foules of the ayre, and ouer al the beastes that moue on the erth. 29 And God sayde: see, I haue geuen you al herbes that sowe seed, whyche are on all the erth, & all maner trees that haue frute in them and sowe seed: to be meate for you 30 and for al beastes of the erth, and vnto all foules of the ayre, and vnto all that crepeth on the erth, where in is lyfe, that they maye haue all maner herbes and grasse for to eate, and euen so it was. 31 And God behelde all that he had made, and loo, they were exceadinge good: & so of the euenynge and mornyng was made the syxte daye.
5 So that thou shalt not nede to be afrayed for any bugges by night, nor for the arrowe that flyeth by daye. 6 For the pestilence that crepeth in the darkenesse, nor for the sikenesse that destroyeth in the noone daye. 7 A thousande shall fall beside the, and ten thousande at thy righthande, but it shall not come nye the.
12 Haste thou geuen the mornyng his charge (as sone as thou wast borne) and shewed the daye sprynge his place,
14 Yea the words of my mouth and the meditacion of my herte shalbe acceptable vnto the, O Lorde, my helper and my redemer.
8 Awake, O my glorye, awake lute and harpe, I my selfe wil awake ryght early.
17 I am louyngevnto those that loue me, & they that seke me early, shall fynde me.
105 Nun. Thy woorde is a lanterne vnto my fete and a light vnto my pathes.
1 A Psalme of Dauid, when he was in the wildernes of Iuda. O God, thou art my God: earlye wyll I seke the. My soule thrusteth for the, my flesh longeth after the in a baren and drye lande wher no water is. 2 Thus do I loke for the in thy Sanctuary, that I myght beholde thy power and glorye, 3 For thy louynge kyndnesse is bettrr then lyfe, my lyppes shall prayse the. 4 As longe as I lyue wyll I magnyfye the and lyft vp my handes in thy name. 5 My soule is satisfied euen as it were with mary and fatnesse, when my mouth prayseth the with ioyful lyps. 6 In my bedde wyll I remember the, and when I wake my talkynge shalbe of the. 7 For thou hast bene my helper, and vnder the shadow of thy wynges wyl I reioyse. 8 My soule hangeth vpon the, thy ryghte hande vpholdeth me. 9 They seke after my soule, but in vayne, for they shall go vnder the earth. 10 They shall fall into the swerd, and be a porcyon for foxes. 11 But the Kynge shall reioyse in God: all they that sweare by him, shalbe commended for the mouth of lyers shalbe stopped.
35 And in the mornyng very early, Iesus arose and went oute into a solytarye place, & there prayed.
14 O satisfie vs with thy mercy, & that sone, so shall we reioyse and be glad all the dayes of our lyfe.
3 Heare my voyce by tymes (O Lorde) for early in the mornyng wyll I get me vnto the, yea and that with diligence.