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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1Then we turned & went vp the way to Basan. And Og the kynge of Basan came out agaynst vs: both he and all his people to battell at Edrai.
3:2And the Lorde sayde vnto me: feare him not for I haue deliuered him & all hys people & his land into thy hand & thou shalt deale wyth him as thou dealedst with Sehon kyng of the Amorites whiche dwelt at Hesbon.
3:3And so the Lord our god delyuered into oure handes, Og also the kyng of Basan & al his folcke. And we smote him vntil nought was left him.
3:4And we toke al his cities the same ceason (for there was not a citie which we toke not from them) euen .iij. score cyties, al the region of Argob, the kyngdome of Og in Basan.
3:5Al these cities were made stronge wyth hye walles gates & barres, besyde vnwalled townes a great meanye.
3:6And we vtterly destroyed them as we played wt Sehon kynge of Hesbon bryngyng to nought al the cities with men, wemen and chyldren.
3:7But all the catel & the spoyle of the cities, we caught for oure selues.
3:8And thus we toke the same season, the land out of the hande of two kynges of the Amorytes on the other syde Iordan, from the ryuer of Arnon vnto mount Hermon
3:9(whyche Hermon the Sidons cal Sirion, but the Amorytes cal it Senyr)
3:10al the cities in the playne and al Galaad and all Basan vnto Salecha & Edray, cities of the kyngdome of Og in Basan.
3:11For only Og king of Basan remayned of the remnaunt of the geauntes: behold, his yron bed is yet at Rabah among the children of Ammon .ix. cubytes longe & .iiij. cubites brode, of the cubites of a man.
3:12And when we had conquered thys lande the same time, I gaue from Aroer which is vpon the riuer of Arnon, & halfe mount Galad and the cities therof vnto the Rubenites, & Gadites.
3:13And the rest of Galaad and al Basan the kingdom of Og, I gaue vnto the halfe trybe of Manasse: al the region of Argob wythal, Basan was called the lande of geauntes.
3:14Iair the sonne of Manasse toke al the region of Argob vnto the costes of Gesuri & Maachati & called them after his owne name: Basan Hauoth Iair vnto this dai.
3:15And I gaue half Galaad vnto Machir.
3:16And vnto Ruben & Gad I gaue from Galaad vnto the ryuer of Arnon & halfe the valley & the cost, euen vnto the ryuer Iabock which is the border of the chyldren of Ammon,
3:17and the feldes and Iordan with the coaste, from Ceneroth euen vnto the sea in the feld which is the salt sea vnder the springes of Phasgah the eastwarde.
3:18And I commaunded you the same tyme (yea Ruben & Gad) saying: the Lord youre God hath geuen you thys land to enioye it: se that ye go harnessed before youre brethren the children of Israel, all that are men of warre among you.
3:19Youre wyues only your chyldren & your catell (for I wote that ye haue moch catel) shal abyde in your cities whych I haue geuen you,
3:20vntyl the Lord haue geuen rest vnto your brethren as wel as vnto you, & vntyll they also haue conquered the lande which the Lord your God hath geuen them beyonde Iordan: and then returne agayne euery man vnto his possessyon whych I haue geuen you.
3:21And I warned Iosua the same tyme saying: thyne eyes haue sene all that the Lorde your God hath done vnto these two kinges, euen so the Lorde wyll do vnto all kyngdomes whyther thou goest.
3:22Feare them not for the Lord your GOD he it is that fyghteth for you.
3:23And besoughte the Lorde the same tyme saying:
3:24O Lorde GOD thou hast begonne to shewe thy seruaunte thy greatnesse & thy myghty hande, for there is no God in heauen nor in erth that can do after thy workes & after thy power:
3:25let me go ouer & se the good lande that is beyonde Iordan, that goodly hye contre and Libanon.
3:26But the Lord was angrye wyth me for your sakes & wolde not heare me, but sayed vnto me, be content, and speake henceforth no moare vnto me of this matter.
3:27Get the vp into the toppe of Phasgah & lyfte vp thyne eyes west, north, south, and easte, and behold it wyth thyne eyes for thou shalt not go ouer thys Iordan.
3:28Moreouer charge Iosua and courage him & bolden hym. For he shal go ouer before hys people, & he shall deuyde the lande which thou shalt se vnto them.
3:29And so we abode in the valeye besyde Bethpheor.
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.