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Matthew's Bible 1537



29:1These are the wordes of the appoyntment which the Lord commaunded Moses to make with the chyldren of Israell in the lande of Moab, besyde the appoyntment which he made with them in Horeb.
29:2And Moses called vnto al Israel & sayd vnto them: Ye haue sene al that the Lord did before your eyes in the land of Egypt, vnto Pharao & vnto all hys seruauntes, and vnto al his land,
29:3and the great temptacions whiche thyne eyes haue sene and those great myracles and wonders:
29:4& yet the Lord hath not geuen you an herte to perceyue, nor eyes to se, nor eares to heere vnto thys daye.
29:5And I haue led you .xl. yere in the wyldernesse: & youre clothes are not waxed olde vpon you, nor thy shooes are waxed old vpon thy fete.
29:6Ye haue eaten no bread nor droncke wyne or strounge drynke: that ye myghte knowe, how that he is the Lorde your God.
29:7And at the last ye came vnto this place, & Sehon the kynge of Hesbon and Og kynge of Basan came out agaynst you vnto battel, and we smote them
29:8and toke thier lande and gaue it an herytaunce vnto the Rubenytes and Gadites & to the half tribe of Manasse Kep
29:9therfore the wordes of this appoyntment and do them, that ye maye vnderstande all that ye ought to do.
29:10Ye stand here this day euery one of you before the Lord your God, both the heades of your trybes your elders, youre officers & all the men of Israel:
29:11youre chyldren, your wiues and the straungers that are in thyne host, from the hewer of thy wood vnto the drawer of thy water:
29:12that thou shuldest come vnder the appoyntment of the Lorde thy God, & vnder his oth which the Lord the God maketh with the this day.
29:13For to make the a people vnto him selfe, & that he maye be vnto the a God, as he hath sayde vnto the & he hath sworne vnto thy fathers Abraham, Isaac and Iacob.
29:14Also I make not this bonde and this othe with you onlye:
29:15but both with him that standeth here with vs this daye before the Lorde oure god, and also with him that is not here with vs this daye.
29:16For ye knowe howe we haue dwelt in the lande of Egypte, and how we came thorow the myddes of the nacions which we passed by.
29:17And ye haue sene their abhominacions and their ydolles: wod: stone, siluer and gold which they had.
29:18Lest there be among you man or woman kynred or trybe, that turneth away in hys hert thys day from the Lord our God, to go and serue the goddes of these nacions: & lest there be amonge you some roote that beareth gall and wormwod,
29:19so that when he heareth the wordes of this curse, he blesse him self in his hert saying: I shall haue peace. I wyll therfore worke after the luste of myne owne hert, that the droncken may perysh with the thyrstye.
29:20And so the Lorde wyll not be mercyfull vnto hym, but then the wrath of the lord & his gelousye, smoke agaynst that man, & al the curses that are written in thys boke lyght vpon hym, and the Lorde do out hys name from vnder heauen,
29:21and separate hym vnto euell out of all the trybes of Israell accordyng vnto al the curses of the appoyntement that is written in the boke of this lawe.
29:22So that the generacion to come of youre chyldren that shall ryse vp after you and the straunger that shal come from a ferre land, say when they se the plages of that lande, & the diseases wherwith the Lord hath smytten it
29:23how all the land is burnt vp wyth bremstone & salt, & that it is nether sowne nor beareth, nor any grasse groweth therin, after the ouerthrowing of Sodome, Gomor, Adama and Zeboim: which the Lord ouerthrewe in his wrath and angre.
29:24And then shal al nacions also say: wherfore hath the Lorde done of this facion vnto this lande? O how fearse is this great wrath?
29:25And men shal saye: because they lefte the testament of the Lorde God of their fathers which he made with them, when he brought them out of the land of Egypt.
29:26And they went & serued straunge goddes & worshipped them: goddes which they knew not and which had geuen them nought.
29:27And therfore the wrath of the Lorde waxed whote vpon that lande to bryng vpon it all the curses that are written in this boke.
29:28And the Lorde cast them out of their lande in angre, wrath and greate furyousnesse, and cast them in to a straunge land, as it is come to passe this day.
29:29The secrettes of the Lord oure God are opened vnto vs and our children for euer, that we do all the wordes of this lawe.
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.