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Matthew's Bible 1537



25:1And Israel dwelt in Sittim, and the people beganne to commytte whoredome wyth the daughters of Moab,
25:2whych called the people vnto the sacrifice of theyr Goddes. And the people ate & worshypped their Goddes,
25:3and Israel coupled him selfe vnto Baal Peor. Then the Lorde was angry with Israel,
25:4and sayed vnto Moses: take al the heades of the people, and hange them vp vnto the Lorde agaynste the sunne, that the wrathe of the Lorde maye turne away from Israel.
25:5And Moses sayed vnto the iudges of Israel: go and slea those men that ioyned theym selues vnto Baal Peor.
25:6And behold, one of the children of Israell came & broughte vnto hys brethren, a Madianitish wyfe euen in the syght of Moses & in the sighte of al the multitude of the children of Israel, as they were weppyng in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnes.
25:7And when Phinehes the sonne of Eleazar the sonne of Aaron the prieste sawe it, he rose vp out of the company & toke a weapen in hys hand,
25:8& went after the man of Israel into the hore house and thrust them thorow: both the man of Israel and also the woman euen thorowe the bealy of hyr. And the plage ceased from the children of Israel.
25:9And ther dyed in the plage .xxiiij. thousand.
25:10And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
25:11Phinehes the sonne of Eleazar the sonne of Aaron the prieste, hathe turned myne anger awaye from the chyldren of Israel, bycause he was gelouse for my sake amonge them that I had not consumed the chyldren of Israel in my gelousy.
25:12Wherfore say: beholde I geue vnto him my couenaunt of peace,
25:13& he shall haue it and hys sede after him, euen the couenaunt of the priestes office for euer, bycause he was gelous for his Goddes sake & made an atonement for the children of Israel.
25:14The name of the Israelite whiche was smitten wyth the Madianityshe wyfe, was Zamri the sonne of Salu, a Lorde of an aunciente house among the Simeonites.
25:15And the name of the Madianittshe wyfe, was Cozby the daughter of Zura heade ouer the people of an auncient house in Madian.
25:16And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
25:17vexe the Madianytes & smyte them,
25:18for they haue troubled you with their wiles with the whych they haue begiled you, thorow Peor and thorowe their sister Cozbi the daughter of a Lord in Madian, whiche was slayne in the day of the plage for Peors sake.
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.