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Bishops Bible 1568



30:1And thou shalt make an aulter for sweete incense: of Sittim wood shalte thou make it
30:2A cubite long, and a cubite brode, eue foure square shall it be, and two cubites hye: the hornes therof shall proceede out of it
30:3And thou shalt ouerlaye it with fine gold, both the ruffe & the walles round about, and his hornes also: and shalt make vnto it a crowne of gold round about
30:4And two golden ringes shalt thou make to it on either side, euen vnder the crowne, that they maye be as places for the barres to beare it withall
30:5And thou shalt make the barres of Sittim wood, & couer them with gold
30:6And thou shalt put it before the vayle that is by the arke of testimonie before the mercie seate, that is, vpon the testimonie where I wyll meete with thee
30:7And Aaron shall burne theron sweete incense euery mornyng when he dresseth the lampes, euen then shall he burne it
30:8And lykewise at euen when he setteth vp the lampes he shall burne incense, & this incensing shall be perpetually before the Lord throughout your generations
30:9Ye shall offer no straunge incense thereon nor burnt sacrifice nor meate offeryng, neither powre any drinke offeryng thereon
30:10And Aaron shall reconsile vppon the hornes of it once in a yere, with the blood of the sinne offeryng of reconsiling, euen once in the yere shal he reconsile vpon it through your generations: it is most holy vnto the Lorde
30:11And the Lorde spake vnto Moyses, saying
30:12If thou takest the sume of the childre of Israel after theyr number, they shal geue euery man a recosiling of his soule vnto the Lorde when thou numbrest them, that there be no plague amongst them when thou nubrest them
30:13And thus much shall euery man geue that goeth into the number: halfe a sicle after the sicle of the sanctuarie. A sicle is twentie halfpence: an halfe sicle shalbe the heaue offeryng of the Lorde
30:14All that are numbred from twentie yere olde and aboue, shall geue a heaue offeryng vnto the Lorde
30:15The riche shall not passe, and the poore shall not go vnder halfe a sicle, but ye shall geue an heaue offeryng vnto the Lorde, that he may haue mercie on your soules
30:16And thou shalt take the reconsilyng monye of the children of Israel, and shalt put it vnto the vse of the tabernacle of the congregation, that it may be a memoriall vnto the chyldren of Israel before the Lord, that he may haue mercie vpon your soules
30:17And the Lorde spake vnto Moyses, saying
30:18Thou shalt make a lauer of brasse, & his foot also of brasse, to washe withall, and shalt put it betwene the tabernacle of the congregation and the aulter, and put water therin
30:19For Aaron and his sonnes shall washe their handes and their feete therin
30:20Euen when they go into the tabernacle of the congregation, or when they go in to the aulter to minister and to burne the Lordes offeryng, they shall washe them selues with water, lest they dye
30:21Likewise they shal washe their handes & their feete, lest they dye: and it shalbe an ordinaunce vnto them for euer, both vnto hym & his seede, throughout their generations
30:22And the Lorde spake vnto Moyses, saying
30:23Take vnto thee principal spices, of the most pure Mirrhe fiue hudreth sicles, of sweete Synamond halfe so much, euen two hundreth and fiftie sicles, of sweete Calamus two hundreth and fiftie sicles
30:24Of Cassia fiue hundreth sicles, after the waight of the sanctuarie, and of oyle Olyue an hyn
30:25And thou shalt make of the oyle an holy oyntment, euen an oyntment compound after the craft of the apoticarie
30:26It shalbe the oyle of holy oyntment, and thou shalt annoynt the tabernacle of the congregation therwith, and the arke of the testimonie
30:27And the table and al his apparell, and the candlesticke and all his vessels, and the aulter of incense
30:28And the aulter of burnt sacrifice with all his vessels, and the lauer & his foote
30:29And thou shalt sanctifie them, that they may be most holye: whatsoeuer toucheth them, shalbe sanctified
30:30And thou shalt anoynt Aaron and his sonnes, and consecrate them, that they may minister vnto me in the priestes office
30:31And thou shalt speake vnto the children of Israel, saying: This shalbe an holy oynting oyle vnto me, throughout your generations
30:32Upon mans fleshe shall it not be powred, neither shal ye make any other after the makyng of it: for it is holy, and shalbe holy vnto you
30:33Whosoeuer maketh lyke that, or whosoeuer putteth any of it vpon a strauger, shall perishe from amongst his people
30:34And the Lorde sayde vnto Moyses: Take vnto thee sweete spices, Starte, Onycha, sweete Galbanum: these spices with pure Frankensence, of eche a lyke wayght
30:35And make of them sweete smellyng incense, after the craft of the apoticarie, mingled together, pure and holy
30:36And beate it to powder, and put of it before the arke of the testimonie in the tabernacle of the congregation, where I wyll meete with thee: it shalbe vnto you most holy
30:37And you shal not make to your selues, after the makyng of that incense which thou shalt make: it shalbe vnto you holy for the Lorde
30:38Whosoeuer shall make lyke vnto that to smell thereto, shall perishe from amongst his people
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.