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Matthew's Bible 1537



1:1Afterthe deathe of Moses the seruaunt of the Lord: the Lord spake vnto Iosua the sonne of Nun Moses minister saying:
1:2Moses my seruaunt is dead. Now therfore vp and go ouer Iordan, bothe thou & all this people, vnto the land the which I geue vnto the chyldren of Israel.
1:3Al the places that the sooles of youre fete shall treade vpon, haue I geuen you, as I sayd vnto Moses:
1:4from the wyldernes and thys Lybanon vnto the great ryuer Euphrates: & all the lande of the Hethites, euen vnto the great sea towarde the goyng donne of the sunne, shall be youre coostes.
1:5There shall not a man be able to wythstande the all the dayes of thy lyfe. For as I was with Moses, so wyll I be wt the and wyl nether leaue the, nor forsake the.
1:6Be strong and bolde: for vnto thys people shalt thou deuyde the land which I sware vnto theyr fathers to geue them.
1:7Aboue all thynge be strong and harden thy selfe, to obserue & to do, accordynge to all the lawes which Moses my seruaunt commaunded the. Tourne there from nether to the ryght hand nor to the lefte: that thou mayest haue vnderstandynge in all thou takest in hande
1:8let not the boke of thys lawe departe out of thy mouthe: But recorde therein daye & night that thou mayest be circumspect to do accordyng to all that is wrytten therein. For then shalt thou make thy waye prosperouse, & then thou shalt haue vnderstandyng.
1:9Beholde, I haue sayde vnto the, be strong and bolde: neyther feare, nor dreade. For the Lorde thy God is with the whether soeuer thou goest.
1:10Then Iosua commaunded the offycers of the people, saying:
1:11Go thorow the myddes of the hoste, and commaunde the people, saying: prepare you vytales: for after thre dayes ye shall passe ouer thys Iordan, to go and enioy the lande whiche the Lorde your God geueth you, to possesse it.
1:12And vnto the Rubenites, Gadites, and halfe the trybe of Manasses spake Iosua, sayinge:
1:13Remember that whiche Moses the seruaunt of the Lorde commaunded you, sayinge. The Lorde your God hath geuen you reast, & hath geuen you thys lande.
1:14Let youre wyues, youre chyldren, and youre catell remayne in the lande which Moses gaue you on thys syde Iordan: But go ye before youre brethren Armyd, all that be men of warre, & helpe them
1:15vntyll the Lorde haue geuen your brethren reast, as he hath you, and vntyll they also haue obtayned, the lande which the Lord youre God geueth them. And then retourne vnto the lande of youre possessyon and enioy it, which lande Moses the Lordes seruaunte gaue you on thys syde Iordan towarde the sunne rysynge.
1:16And they aunswered Iosua sayinge: All that thou byddest vs, we wyll do, and whether soeuer thou sendest vs, we wyll go.
1:17Accordyng as we obeyed Moses in all thynges, so we wyll obeye the, onelye the Lorde thy God be wyth the as he was wyth Moses.
1:18And whosoeuer dysobeye thy mouth, and wyll not herken vnto thy wordes in all that thou commaundest hym, let hym dye. Onely be stronge, and of good courage.
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.