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Matthew's Bible 1537



10:1In the same ceason the Lorde sayed vnto me hewe the two tables of stone lyke to the fyrst and come vp vnto me into the mount and make the an arke of wodde,
10:2and I wyll wryte in the tables, the words that were in the fyrst tables which thou brakest, & thou shalt put them in the arcke.
10:3And I made an arke of sethyn wood & hewed two tables of stone like vnto the fyrste, and wente vp into the mountayne and the .ij. tables in myne hand.
10:4And he wrote in the tables, according to the spake vnto you in the mount of the fyre in the day when the people gathered togither and gaue them vnto me.
10:5And I departed & came downe from the hil and put the tables in the arke whych I had made: and there they remained, as the Lord commaunded me.
10:6And the children of Israel toke theyr iourney from Beroth of the chyldren Iakan to Mosera, wher Aaron dyed and wher he was buried, and Eleazar his sonne became priest in hys stead.
10:7And from thence they departed vnto Gadgad: & from Gadgad to Iathbath a land of riuers of water.
10:8And the same ceason the Lorde seperated the trybe of Leui to beare the arcke of the appoyntmente of the Lorde and to stande before the Lord, and to minister vnto hym and to blesse in his name vnto thys day.
10:9Wherfore the Leuites haue no part nor enheritaunce with theyr brethren The Lorde he is theyr enheritaunce, as the Lorde thy God hath promised them.
10:10And I taried in the mount, euen as at the first time .xl. dayes and .xl. nyghtes and the Lord herkened vnto me at that tyme also, so that the Lord wold not destroy the.
10:11And the Lord sayed vnto me: vp & go forthe in the iourney before the people and let them go in and conquere the land which I sware vnto theyr fathers to giue them.
10:12And now Israel what is it that the Lord thy God requireth of the, but to feare the lord thy God and to walke in all hys wayes & to loue him & to serue the Lord thy God with al thyne herte, & with al thy soule,
10:13that thou kepe the commaundementes of the Lorde & hys ordinaunces which I commaund the this day, for thy wealth.
10:14Behold, heauen and the heauen of heauens is the Lordes thy God, & the earth wt al that therin is:
10:15onely the Lorde had a lust vnto thy fathers to loue them, and therfore chose you their sede after them of al nacions, as it is come to passe this day.
10:16Circumcyse therefore the foreskynne of youre hertes, and be no lenger styfenecked.
10:17For the Lord your God, he is god of Goddes, and Lorde of Lordes, a greate God, a myghty and a terrible whych regardeth no mans person, nor taketh giftes:
10:18but doth right vnto the fatherles & wydowe and loueth the straunger, to giue him fode and raiment.
10:19Loue therfore the straunger, for ye were straungers your selues in the lande of Egypt.
10:20Thou shalt feare thy Lord thy God & serue him, and cleaue vnto him, & sweare by his name,
10:21for he is thy prayse and he is thy God that hathe done these greate & terrible thynges for the, whych thine eyes haue sene.
10:22Thy fathers went downe into Egypt wt .lxx. soules & nowe the Lord thy God hath made the as the starres of heauen in multitude.
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.