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Bishops Bible 1568



9:1The first couenaunt then had verylye iustifiyng ordinaunces, seruinges of God, and worldlye holynesse.
9:2For there was a fore tabernacle made, wherein was the lyght, and the table, and the shewe bread, whiche is called holy.
9:3But after the seconde vayle [was] a tabernacle, which is called holyest of al:
9:4Which had the golden senser, and the arke of the couenaunt ouerlaide rounde about with golde, wherin was the golden pot hauyng Manna, and Aarons rodde that had budded, and the tables of the couenaunt:
9:5And ouer it, the Cherubins of glorie, shadowyng the mercie seate: Of which thynges we can not nowe speake particulerlie.
9:6When these thynges were thus ordeyned, the priestes went alwayes into the first tabernacle, accomplishyng the seruice of God.
9:7But into ye seconde (went) the hye priest alone once euery yere, not without blood, which he offered for hym selfe, & for the ignorauncies of the people.
9:8The holy ghost this signifiyng, that the waye of holy thinges was not yet opened, whyle as yet the first tabernacle was standyng:
9:9Whiche (was) a similitude for the tyme then preset, in which were offred giftes and sacrifices, that coulde not make the worshipper perfect as parteining to the conscience,
9:10With only meates and drynkes, and diuers wasshynges, and iustifiynges of the flesshe, which were layde vp vntyll the tyme of reformation.
9:11But Christe beyng come an hye priest of good thynges that shoulde be, by a greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made with handes, that is to say, not of this buyldyng,
9:12Neither by the blood of Goates and Calues: but by his owne blood he entred in once into the holy place, & founde eternall redemption.
9:13For if the blood of Oxen & of Goates, and the asshes of a young Cowe, sprinklyng the vncleane, sanctifieth to the purifiyng of the flesshe:
9:14Howe much more the blood of Christe, which through the eternall spirite offered hym selfe without spot to God, shall purge your conscience fro dead workes, to serue the lyuyng God?
9:15And for this cause is he the mediatour of the newe couenaunt, that through death, which was for the redemption of the transgressions [that were] vnder the first couenaunt, they whiche are called myght receaue the promise of eternall inheritaunce.
9:16For where as is a testament, there must also of necessitie be the death of him that maketh it.
9:17For a testament is confirmed when men are dead: for it is yet of no value, as long as he that maketh the testamet is alyue.
9:18For which cause also, neither the firste [testament] was dedicated without blood.
9:19For when Moyses had spoken euery precept to all the people according to the lawe, takyng the blood of Calues and of Goates, with water & purple wooll and ysope, he sprynkled both the booke it selfe, and all the people,
9:20Saying: This [is] the blood of the testament, whiche God hath enioyned vnto you.
9:21And lykewise he sprinkled with blood both the tabernacle, and all the vessels of the ministerie.
9:22And almost all thynges are by ye lawe pourged with blood, and without sheddyng of blood is no remission.
9:23It is neede then that the paterne of heauenly thynges, be purified with such thynges: but the heauenly thynges the selues (be purified) with better sacrifices then are those.
9:24For Christe is not entred into the holy places made with handes (which are) paternes of true thynges: but into heauen it selfe, nowe to appeare in the syght of God for vs.
9:25Not that he shoulde offer him selfe often, as the hye priest entreth into the holy places euery yere in strauge blood:
9:26(For then must he haue often suffred sence the foundation of the worlde) But nowe once in the ende of the world hath he appeared, to put away sinne, by the sacrifice of hym selfe.
9:27And as it is appoynted vnto men once to dye, and after this the iudgement:
9:28Euen so, Christe once offered to take away the sinnes of many, the seconde time shalbe seene without sinne, of them which wayte for hym vnto saluation.
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.