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Bishops Bible 1568



35:1And Moyses gathered al the congregation of the children of Israel together, and sayd vnto the: These are the wordes whiche the Lord hath commaunded, that ye shoulde do them
35:2Sixe dayes ye shall worke: but the seuenth day shalbe vnto you the holy Sabboth of the lordes rest, whosoeuer doth any worke therin, shall dye
35:3Ye shall kindle no fire throughout your habitation vpo the Sabboth day
35:4And Moyses spake vnto all the congration of the childre of Israel, saying: This is the thyng whiche the Lorde commaunded, saying
35:5Take from amongest you an heaue offering vnto the Lorde: Whosoeuer is of a wyllyng heart, let hym bryng that heaue offeryng to the Lorde, namely golde, syluer, and brasse
35:6And blewe silke, purple, scarlet, white sylke, goates heere
35:7And Rammes skynnes red, & Taxus skynnes, with Sittim wood
35:8Oyle for light, and spyces, for annoyntyng oyle, and for the sweete incense
35:9And Onyx stones, and stones to be set in the Ephod, and in the brestlap
35:10And let all them that are wise hearted among you, come and make all that the Lorde hath commaunded
35:11The tabernacle, and the tent therof, & his couering, & his ringes, his boordes, his barres, his pillers and his sockets
35:12The arke & the staues therof, with the mercy seate, & the vaile that couereth it
35:13The table and his barres, and all his vessels, and the shew bread
35:14The candelsticke of light and his furniture, and his lampes with the oyle for the lyght
35:15The incense aulter and his barres, the annoyntyng oyle, and the sweete incense, and the hangyng of the doore at the entryng in of the tabernacle
35:16The aulter of burnt sacrifice, with his brasen grediron, his staues, and all his vessels, the lauer and his foote
35:17And the hangynges of the court, with his pyllers, and their sockettes, and the hangyng in the doore of the court
35:18The pinnes of the tabernacle, and the pinnes of the court with their cordes
35:19The ministring garmentes to minister in the holy place, and the holy vestmentes for Aaron the priest, and the vestmentes of his sonnes, that thei may minister in the priestes office
35:20And all the congregation of the chyldren of Israel, departed from the presence of Moyses
35:21And euery one came, as many as their heartes couraged them, & as many as their spirites made them wyllyng, and brought an heaue offering for the Lord, to the makyng of the tabernacle of the congregation, and for all his vses, & for the holy vestmentes
35:22And they came both men and women, euen as many as were wyllyng hearted, and brought bracelettes and earinges, ringes and chaynes, whiche iewelles were all of golde: & all the men brought a waue offeryng of golde vnto the Lorde
35:23And euery man with whom was found blewe silke, purple, scarlet, whyte silke, and Goates heere, & red skynnes of Rammes, and Taxus skynnes, brought them
35:24All that dyd heaue vp an oblation of golde and brasse, brought an heaue offering vnto the Lorde: and all men with whom was founde Sittim wood for any maner worke of the ministration, brought it
35:25And all the women that were wyse hearted, dyd spinne with their handes, and brought the spun worke, both of blewe silke, purple, scarlet, & white silke
35:26And all the women that excelled in wisdome of heart, spun Goates heere
35:27And the lordes brought Onyx stones, and stones to be set in the Ephod, and in the brestlap
35:28And spyce, and oyle for lyght, & for the anoynting oyle, & for the sweete incense
35:29And the chyldren of Israel brought a willing offeryng vnto the Lorde, both men & women, as many as had willing heartes, to bryng for all maner workes, whiche the Lorde had commaunded to be made by the handes of Moyses
35:30And Moyses sayde vnto the chyldren of Israel: beholde, the Lord hath called by name Besaleel ye sonne of Uri, the sonne of Hur, of the tribe of Iuda
35:31And hath filled hym with the spirite of God, in wisdome and vnderstanding, in knowledge, and in all maner worke
35:32To finde out curious workes, which are made in golde, siluer, and brasse
35:33In the crafte of stones to set them, and in caruing of wood to make any maner of subtile worke
35:34And he hath put in his heart that he may teache, both he and Ooliab, the son of Achisamech, of the tribe of Dan
35:35Them hath he filled with wysdome of heart, to worke al maner of grauen, and brodered, & needle worke, in blew silke and purple, in scarlet and whyte silke, and in weauyng, and to do all maner of worke and wittie deuises
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.