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Matthew's Bible 1537



5:1Then Debora & Barak the sonne of Abinoam, sange the same day: saying.
5:2Prayse the Lorde in them that were wyllyng whyle other sate stylle in Israel.
5:3Heare kynges Lordes, I wyl synge, and geue prayse vnto the Lorde God, of Israell.
5:4Lorde when thou departedest out of Seir and camest from the feldes of Edom, the earth trembled, and the heauen rayned, & the cloudes dropped water:
5:5the mountaynes mealted before the Lorde, euen mounte Sinai before the Lorde God of Israel.
5:6In the dayes of Samgar the sonne of Anath and in the dayes of Iael, the hye wayes were vnoccupyed. And they that walked by pathes, went by wayes that fet compases aboute.
5:7The vyllages were vnenhabyted in Israell, were vnenhabyted, vntyl I Debora arose vntyll I arose a mother in Israell.
5:8God chose new fashyons of warre, for when they had warre at theyr gates: there was not sene amonge fourtye thousande, eyther shyld or spere in Israel.
5:9Myne hert loueth the maynteners of the lawe in Israell, that are wyllynge amonge the people. Blesse the Lorde
5:10ye that ryde on goodly Asses, and sitte in iudgement. And ye that walcke by the wayes make dytyes.
5:11How the archers dyd crye, where men draw water, there shall they tell of the iustice of the Lorde, and of the iustyce of his vplandyshe folcke in Israel. And then the people of the Lorde went doune vnto the gates.
5:12Vp vp Debora, vp vp and synge a songe, vp Barak, & take thy praye, thou sonne of Abinoam.
5:13Then they that had escaped, raygned ouer the proudest of the people: The Lorde raygneth ouer the stronge.
5:14Ephraim was the fyrst agaynst Amaleck, And after them BenIamin, among the people. Of Machir came learned men in the lawe, and of Zabulon that well coulde drawe with the penne of a scrybe.
5:15The Lordes of Isakar were wyth Debora. And as Barak, euen so was Isacar sente into the valeye a fote. But in the diuisions of Ruben, were great ymagynacyons of hert.
5:16Wherfore abodest thou amonge the shepe foldes, to heare the bleatynges of the flockes. In the deuysions of Ruben, greate were the ymaginacions of herte.
5:17Galaad abode on the other syde Iordan, and why taryed dan in shyppes. And Aser sate in the heauens of the sea, and abode styll in hys owne rostes.
5:18But Zabulon is a people that put theyr lyues in ieopardye of deathe, and Nephtalim in lyke maner, euen vnto the toppe of the feldes
5:19Kinges came and fought. Then fought the Kyng of Canaan at Thanach, vpon the water of Magedo. But the syluer that they coueted, they caryed not awaye.
5:20From heauen came battell: for the sterres beynge in theyr course, fought agaynst Sisara.
5:21The ryuer of Kison caught them awaye: that auncyent ryuer the ryuer Kyson. My soule: treade thou the myghtye vnder fote.
5:22Then they malled the horsses legges, that theyr myghtye coursers lefte praunsyng.
5:23Curse Meroz bad the angell of the Lorde Curse, Curse the enhabytours therof because they came not forth to helpe the Lorde, to help the Lorde amonge the myghtye.
5:24Blessed be Iael the wyfe of Haber the kenyte, aboue other women: aboue other wemen blessed be se in the tente.
5:25He asked water, but she gaue him mylcke, and brought butter in a goodlye dyshe.
5:26She caught a nayle in her lefte hande, and a workynge hammer in her ryght, and nayled Sisara and wounded hys head and pearced & went thorowe hys temples.
5:27Betwene her fete he bowed hym self, fell doune and laye styll: Betwene her fete he bowed hym selfe, and fell. And whether he bowed hym selfe, thyther he felle brought to nought.
5:28Thorow a wyndow loked Sisaras mother and howled thorow a lattesse, why abydeth his charet so long, that it cometh not, why tarye the wheles of his waggans?
5:29The wyseste of her ladyes answered her: yea & she answered her owne wordes her self
5:30haply they haue found, & deuyde the spoyle: A mayde, ye two maydes for a pece: a spoyle of diuerse colours for Sisara, a spoyle of dyuerse coloures wyth brodered workes, dyuerse coloured browdered workes for the necke for a praye.
5:31So perysh all thyne enemyes Lord: but they that loue the, let them be as the sunne rysyng in his might. And the lande had reste fourthye yeares.
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.