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Matthew's Bible 1537



21:1And when king Arad the Cananite which dwelt in the south partyes, heard tell that Israell came by the waye that the spyes hadde founde out, he came and fought wyth Israel and toke some of them prysoners.
21:2Then Israel vowed a vowe vnto the Lord & sayd: If thou wylte gyue thys people into oure handes, we wyll destroye theyr cyties.
21:3And the Lorde hearde the voyce of Israell, and deliuered them the Cananites. And they destroyed both them and their cityes, & called the place Horma.
21:4Then they departed from mount Hor toward the red sea: to compasse the land of Edom. And the soules of the people faynted by the way.
21:5And the people spake against God and against Moses: wherfore hast thou brought vs oute of Egypte, for to dye in the wyldernes, for here is neither bread nor water, and our soules lotheth thys light bread.
21:6Then the Lord sent fiery serpentes amonge the people, which stonge them: so that much people dyed in Israell.
21:7And the people came to Moses and sayed: we haue sinned, for we haue spoken agayust the Lord and againste the, make intercession to the lorde, that he take away the serpentes from vs. And Moses made intercession for the people.
21:8And the Lord saide vnto Moses. Make the a serpente, and hang it vp for a sygne, and let as many as are byten loke vpon it, and they shall lyue.
21:9And Moses made a serpent of brasse & set it vp for a sygne. And when the serpentes had bytten any man, he went and beheld the serpent of brasse, and recouered.
21:10And the children of Israell remoued and pytched in Oboth.
21:11And they departed from Oboth and lay at Egebarim in the wyldernesse which is before Moab on the east syde
21:12And they remoued thence, and pytched vpon the riuer of zarad.
21:13And they departed thence and pitched on the other side of Arnon, which ryuer is in the wyldernesse, and cometh out of the costes of the Amorites: for Arnon is the border of Moab, betwen Moab & the Amorites.
21:14Wherfore it is spoken in the boke of the warre of the Lorde: goo wyth vyolence, both on the ryuer of Arnon
21:15and on the ryuers head, which shoteth downe to dwel at Ar, & leaneth vpon the costes of Moab.
21:16And from thence thei came to Bear, which is the wel wherof the Lord spake vnto Moses: gather the peopple togither, that I may gyue them water.
21:17Then Israell sange thys songe: Aryse vp wel, synge thereto:
21:18The wel whych the rulers dygged and the captaines of the people wt the healpe of the lawe geuer and with their staues. And from thys wyldernesse they went to Matana,
21:19and from Matana to Nahaliel, & from Nahaliel to Bamoth,
21:20& from Bamoth to the valay that is in the feylde of Moab in the top of Phasgah which boweth toward Iesimon.
21:21And Israell sent messengers vnto Sehon, kyng of the Amorites sayinge:
21:22lett vs go thorowe thy lande: we wyll not turne into thy feildes nor into thy viniyardes, neither dryncke of the water of the welles: but we wil go alonge by the commen way vntyll we be past thy contrey.
21:23And Sehon wold giue Israel no lycence to passe thorow hys contrey, but gathered al hys people togyther, & went oute agaynste Israell into the wyldernesse. And he came to Iaheza and foughte wyth Israell.
21:24And Israel smote hym wt the edge of the swerde & conquered his Land, from Arnon vnto Iabock: euen vnto the children of Ammon For the borders of the chyldren of Ammon, are strong.
21:25And Israell toke all these cytyes & dwelte in all the cyties of the Amorites: in Hesbon & in al the townes that longe therto.
21:26For Hesbon was the city of Sehon the kinge of the Amorites whych Sehon had foughte before with the kinge of the Moabites, and had taken al hys land out of hys hande, euen vnto Arnon.
21:27Wherefore it is a prouerbe, go to Hesbon & lette the city of Sehon be builte & made ready,
21:28for there is a fyre gone out of Hesbone & a flame from the city of Sehon & hath consumed Ar of the Moabites and the men of the hilles of Arnon.
21:29Wo be to the Moab: o people of Chamos ye ar vndone. His sonnes are put to flyght and hys daughters broughte captyue vnto Sehon kynge of the Amorites.
21:30Their lyghte is out from Hesbon vnto Dibon and we made a wyldernes euen vnto Nopha which reacheth vnto Mediba.
21:31And thus Israel dwelt in the land of the Amorites.
21:32And Moses sente to searche oute Iaezer, and they toke the townes belongynge therto and conquered the Amorites that were there.
21:33And then they turned & went vp towarde Basan. And Og the kynge of Basan came out against them, both he and al hys people, to warre at Adrei.
21:34And the Lorde sayed vnto Moses: feare hym not, for I haue deliuered him into thy handes with all his people & his land. And thou shalt do with him as thou didest with Sehon the king of the Amorites whiche dwelt at Hesbon.
21:35And they smote him & hys sonnes and all hys people, vntyll there was nothyng left hym. And they conquered hys land
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.