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Matthew's Bible 1537



13:1If there aryse amonge you a Prophete or a dreamer of dreames, and gyue the a sygne or a wonder,
13:2and that signe or wonder whyche he hath said come to passe and then say: let vs go after straunge Goddes whyche thou hast not knowne and let vs serue them:
13:3herken not vnto the wordes of the prophete, or dreamer of dreames. For the Lord thy God tempteth you to wete whether ye loue the Lord your God wt all youre hertes & wyth all your soules.
13:4For ye muste walke after the Lord your God & feare him & kepe hys commaundementes & herken vnto his voyce, & serue him & cleaue vnto him.
13:5And the prophete or dreamer of dreames shal dye for it bicause he hath spoken to turne you away from the Lorde your God whyche brought you out of the land of Egipt & deliuered you out of the house of bondage, to thrust the out of the waye whiche the Lord thy God commaunded the to walke in: and so thou shalte put euyl away from the.
13:6If thy brother the sonne of thy mother or thine own sonne or the daughter of the wife that lieth in thy bosome or thy frende which is as thyne owne soule vnto the, entyce the secretely saying, let vs go & serue straung Goddes which thou hast not knowne nor yet thy fathers of the gods,
13:7of the people which are round aboute the, whether they be nye vnto the, or farre of from the, from the one end of the lande vnto the other.
13:8Se thou consente not vnto him, nor herken vnto him: no let not thyne eye pity him nor haue compassion on him nor kepe hym secrete, but cause hym to be slaine.
13:9Thine hande shall be first vpon him to kyl him, & then the handes of all the people.
13:10And thou shalte stone hym wt stones that he dye, bicause he hath gone about to thrust the away from the Lorde thy God which brought the out of Egypt the house of bondage.
13:11And all Israel shal heare and feare and shal do no more any suche wyckednes as thys is amonge them.
13:12If thou shalt hear say of one of thy cities whyche the Lord thy God hath geuen the to dwel in,
13:13that certayne (beyng the children of Belial) are gone out from among you & haue moued the enhabiters of their citi saying: let vs go and serue straung Goddes whiche ye haue not knowne.
13:14Then seke & make searche and enquire diligently. If it be true and the thynge of a surety that suche abhomination is wrought among you:
13:15then thou shalt smite the dwellers of that city with the edge of the swerde, & destroye it mercilesse and all that is therin,
13:16& euen the very cattell therof wyth the edge of the swerd. And gather al the spoile of it into the myddes of the streates thereof, and burne with fyre boeth the city and al the spoyle therof euery whyt vnto the Lord thy God. And it shal be an heape for euer & shal not be built agayne.
13:17And se that there cleaue nought of the dampned thing in thyne hand that the Lord maye turne from his fearce wrathe and shewe the mercye and haue compassion on the, and multiplye the, as he hath sworne vnto thy fathers:
13:18when thou haste herkened vnto the voyce of the Lord thy God, to kepe all hys commaundementes whych I commaund the thys day so that thou do that which is right in the eyes of the Lord thy God.
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.