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Matthew's Bible 1537



17:1There was a man in mount Ephraim, named Micah,
17:2which sayde vnto his mother, the eleuen hundred syluerlinges that were taken from the, about which thou cursedst and saidest in myne eares: Beholde the syluer is wyth me for I toke it awaye. Then sayd his mother: blessed be thou my sonne, in the Lord.
17:3And so he restored the eleuen hundred syluerlinges to his mother againe. And hys mother sayde: I vowed the syluer vnto the Lord of myne hande for my sonne: to make a grauen ymage and an ymage of metall. Now therfore I geue it the agayne.
17:4And he restored the money againe vnto his mother. Then his mother toke two hundred syluerlinges, & put them to a goldsmith, to make therof a grauen ymage and a ymage of metal, whiche remayned in the house of Micah.
17:5And the man Micah had a chapel of Gods, and made an Ephod and Images, & fylled the hand of one of his sonnes, which became his priest.
17:6For in those dayes there was no kyng in Israel, but euery man dyd what thought hym best.
17:7And there was a young man out of Bethlehem Iuda, and out of the kinredes of Iuda: which young man was a Leuite and soiourned there.
17:8And the man departed out of the cyty of Bethlehem Iuda, to go dwell where he coulde fynde a place. And he came to mount Ephraim, & to the house of Micah as he iourneyed.
17:9And Micah sayde vnto him, whence comeste thou? and the Leuite answered him: I am of Bethlehem Iuda, & go to dwell where I may fynde a place.
17:10And Micah sayde vnto hym: dwel with me, and be vnto me a father and a priest. And I wyll geue the ten syluerlynges by yere and rayment of al sortes, and thy meate and dryncke.
17:11And the Leuite went and beganne to dwel with the man, and was vnto him as dere, as one of hys owne sonnes.
17:12And Micah fylled the hande of the Leuite, and the younge man became his prieste, and continued in the house of Micah.
17:13Then sayd Micah, now I am sure that the Lorde wylbe good vnto me, seyinge, I haue a Leuyte to my priest.
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.