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Matthew's Bible 1537



7:1When the Lorde thy God hathe brought the into the land whither thou goest to possesse it, & hast coste out manye nations before the: the Hethytes, the Gergesites, the Amorites, the Cananites, the Pheresites, the Heuites, and the Iebusites .vij. nacions moo in numbre & mightier then thou:
7:2and when the Lord thy God hath sett them before the that thou shouldest smyt them se that thou vtterly destroye them and make no couenaunt with theym nor haue compassyon vppon theym. Also thou shalte make no maryages wyth theim,
7:3neyther gyue thy daughter vnto hys sone, nor take hys daughter vnto thy sonne.
7:4For they wyl make your Sonnes departe fro me, and serue straunge Goddes, and then wyll the wrathe of the Lorde waxe whote vpon you and destroye you shortely.
7:5But thus ye shall deale wyth them: ouerthrow theyr alters, breake downe theyr pyllers cut downe their groues and burne their ymages wyth fyre.
7:6For thou art an holy nacion vnto the Lorde thy God, the Lorde thy God hath chosen the to be a seuerall people vnto hym selfe of al nations that are vpon the erth.
7:7It was not bicause of the multitude of you aboue al nations, that the Lord had lust vnto you and chose you. For ye were fewest of all nations.
7:8But bycause the Lord loued you & bicause he would kepe the oth whych he hadde sworne vnto your fathers, therfore he brought you out of Egypt with a mighty hande and deliuered you out of the house of bondage: euen from the hande of Pharao, kynge of Egypt.
7:9Vnderstande therefore, that the Lord thy God he is god & that a true god, which kepeth pointment and mercy vnto them that loue him and kepe hys commaundementes, euen thorowe oute a thousande generations
7:10and rewarded them that hate him before his face so that he bryngeth them to nought, and will not defarre the tyme to him that hateth hym but wyl rewarde hym before his face.
7:11Kepe therfore the commaundementes, ordinaunces and lawes which I commaund you thys day, that ye do them
7:12If ye shall herken vnto these lawes & shall obserue and do them, then shal the Lord thy God kepe poyntment with the and the mercy which he sware vnto thy fathers
7:13& wyl loue the, blesse the, and multiply the: he wil blesse the frute of thy wombe & the frute of thy felde thy corne, thy wine, and thyne oyle, the frute of thyne oxen, and the flockes of thy shepe, in the Lande whyche he sware vnto thy fathers to gyue the.
7:14Thou shalt be blessed aboue al nations, there shal be neither man nor woman vnfruitfull among you, nor any thing vnfrutful amonge youre cattell.
7:15Moreouer the Lorde wyll turne from the all maner infirmities, & wyll putte none of the euyl deseases of Egypte (which thou knowest) vpon the, but will send them vpon them that hate the.
7:16Thou shalt brynge to naught all nacions which the Lord thy God deliuereth the, thine eye shal haue no pyty vpon them neither shalt thou serue theyr Goddes, for that shall be thy decaye.
7:17If thou shalt saye in thine herte, these nacions are moo then I, howe can I cast them out?
7:18Fear them not, but remembre what the Lorde thy God dyd vnto Pharao & vnto all Egypte,
7:19and the greate temptations whiche thyne eyes sawe, & the sygnes and wondres & myghty hand and stretched out arme wherewith the Lord thy God brought the out: euen so shal the Lord thi God do vnto al the nations of which thou art afrayed.
7:20Therto the Lorde thy God wil send hornettes among them vntyl they that are lefte and hyd them selues from the, be destroyed.
7:21Se thou feare them not for the Lord thy God is among you a mighty God and a terrible.
7:22The Lord thy God wil put out these nations before the a lytle, and a lytle, thou maist not consume theim at once lest the beastes of the feylde encrease vpon the.
7:23And the Lorde thy God shal deliuer them vnto the and styrre vp a myghty tempest among them, vntyll they be brought to nought.
7:24And he shall deliuer theyr kynges into thyne hande, & thou shalt destroy theyr names from vnder heauen. There shall no man stande before the vntyll thou haue destroyed them.
7:25The Images of their Gods thou shalt burne wyth fire, and se that thou couet not the syluer or golde that is on them nor take it vnto the, least thou be snared therwyth. For it is an abhomination vnto the lord thy God.
7:26Bring not therfore the abhomination to thyne house, least thou be a damned thing as it is: but vtterlye defye it and abhorre it, for it is a thynge that must be destroyed.
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.