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Bishops Bible 1568



10:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moyses, saying
10:2Make thee two trumpettes of siluer: of an whole peece shalt thou make them, that thou mayest vse them to call the congregation together, and when the campe shall iourney
10:3And when they shal blowe with them, all the multitude shall resort to thee before the doore of the tabernacle of the congregation
10:4And if they blowe but one trumpet, then the princes which are heades ouer the thousandes of Israel shall come vnto thee
10:5But if ye blowe an alarme, the hoastes that lye on the east partes shall go forwarde
10:6And if ye blowe the alarme the second tyme, the hoast that lyeth on the south side shall take their iourney: for they shall blowe an alarme when they take their iourneyes
10:7But when the congregation is to be gathered together, they shall blowe without an alarme
10:8And the sonnes of Aaron the priestes shall blowe with their trumpettes, and ye shall haue them as a lawe for euer in your generations
10:9And if ye go to warre in your lande agaynst your enemies that vexe you, ye shall blowe an alarme with the trumpettes, and ye shalbe remembred before the Lorde your God, to be saued from your enemies
10:10Also in the day of your gladnesse, and in your feast dayes, & in the begynnyng of your monethes, ye shall blowe the trumpettes ouer your burnt sacrifices and peace offerynges, that they may be a remembraunce for you before your God: I am the Lorde your God
10:11And it came to passe the twentith day of the seconde moneth in the seconde yere, that the cloude was taken vp from of the tabernacle of the testimonie
10:12And the children of Israel toke their iourney out of the desert of Sinai, and the cloude rested in the wildernesse of Pharan
10:13And they first toke their iourney at the mouth of the Lorde by the hande of Moyses
10:14In the first place went the standerde of the hoast of the children of Iuda accordyng to their armies: whose captayne was Nahasson the sonne of Aminadab
10:15And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the children of Isachar, was Nathanael the sonne of Zuar
10:16And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the chyldren of Zabulon, was Eliab the sonne of Helon
10:17And the tabernacle was take downe, and the sonnes of Gerson and Merari went foorth bearing the tabernacle
10:18And the hoast of Ruben went foorth with their standerd and armies, whose captaine was Elizur ye sonne of Sedeur
10:19And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the chyldren of Simeon, was Salamiel the sonne of Suri Saddai
10:20And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the chyldren of Gad, was Eliasaph the sonne of Duel
10:21The Caathites also went forwarde and bare the sanctuarie, & the other dyd set vp the tabernacle against they came
10:22And the standerd of the hoast of the chyldren of Ephraim went foorth accordyng to their armies, whose captayne was Elisama the sonne of Ammiud
10:23And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the sonnes of Manasse, was Gamaliel the sonne of Pedazur
10:24And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the sonnes of Beniamin, was Abidan the sonne of Gedeon
10:25And the standerd of the hoast of the children of Dan came foorth (gathering all the hoastes together) throughout their armies, whose captaine was Ahiezer the sonne of Ammi Saddai
10:26And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the chyldren of Aser, was Pagiel the sonne of Ochran
10:27And ouer the hoast of the tribe of the chyldren of Nephthali, was Ahira the sonne of Enan
10:28These are the iourneys of the chyldren of Israel throughout their armies, and thus the hoastes remoued
10:29And Moyses sayde vnto Hobab the sonne of Raguel the Madiamte, which was Moyses father in lawe: We go vnto the place of whiche the Lorde sayde, I wyll geue it you. Come thou therefore with vs, and we wyll do thee good: for the Lorde hath promised good vnto Israel
10:30And he aunswered hym: I wyll not go, but wyl depart to mine owne lande, and to my kinred
10:31He said: Oh nay, leaue vs not, for thou knowest our mansions in the wyldernesse, and thou mayest be to vs in steade of eyes
10:32And if thou go with vs, looke what goodnesse the Lorde sheweth vnto vs, the same wyll we shewe vnto thee
10:33And they departed from the mount of the Lorde three dayes iourney, and the arke of the couenaunt of the Lorde went before them in ye three dayes iourney, to search out a resting place for the
10:34And the cloude of the Lorde was vppon them by day, when they went out of the campe
10:35And when ye arke went foorth, Moyses sayde: Rise vp Lorde, and let thine enemies be scattered, and let them that hate thee, flee before thee
10:36And when the arke rested, he sayde: Returne O Lord, vnto the many thousandes of Israel
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.