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Bishops Bible 1568



36:1And Besaleel wrought and Ooliab, and all wyse hearted men, to whom the Lord gaue wysdome and vnderstandyng, to knowe howe to worke all maner of worke for the seruice of the sanctuarie, and all that the Lorde had commaunded
36:2And Moyses called Besaleel, Ooliab, and all the wyse hearted men, and such as the Lord had geuen wysdome vnto, and as many as their heartes couraged to come vnto the worke, to worke it
36:3And they receaued of Moyses all the heaue offering whiche the chyldren of Israel had brought for the worke of the seruice of ye sanctuarie, to make it withall: And beside yt, they brought free offeringes vnto it euery day in ye morning
36:4And all the wyse men that wrought all the holy worke, came euery man from his worke whiche they made
36:5And they spake vnto Moyses, saying: The people bryng to muche, and more then enough for the seruice and worke whiche the Lorde hath commaunded to be made
36:6And then Moyses gaue commaundement, and they caused it to be proclaymed throughout the hoast, saying: See that neither man nor woman prepare any more worke for the heaue offering of the sanctuarie: & so the people were forbydden to bryng
36:7For the stuffe they had, was sufficient for all the worke to make it, & to much
36:8[All the wyse hearted men therefore, and they that wrought for the tabernacle, made ten curtaynes of whyte twyned silke, blewe silke, purple, and scarlet, with Cherubims of brodered worke made he them
36:9The length of one curtaine was twentie & eyght cubites, & the breadth foure: and the curtaynes were all of one sise
36:10And he coupled fiue curtaines by them selues, and other fiue by them selues
36:11And he made loopes of blewe silke along by the edge of one curtayne, euen in the seluedge of the coupling curtaine: and lykewyse he made on the syde of the coupling curtayne on the other side
36:12Fiftie loopes made he in the one curtayne, and fiftie in the edge of the couplyng curtayne on the other side: & the loopes helde one curtayne to another
36:13And he made fiftie taches of golde, and coupled the curtaynes one to another with the taches: & so was it made one tabernacle
36:14And he made eleuen curtaynes of goates heere, to be a tent ouer the tabernacle
36:15The length of one curtayne had thirtie cubites, & was foure cubites brode, and they all eleuen of one sise
36:16And he coupled fiue curtaynes by the selues, and sixe by them selues
36:17And he made fiftie loopes along by the border of the vttermost couplyng curtayne, and fiftie in the edge of the other couplyng curtayne
36:18And he made fiftie taches of brasse, to couple the tent together, that it myght be one
36:19And he made a coueryng vpon the tent of Rammes skynnes red, and yet another of Taxus skynnes aboue that
36:20And he made standyng boordes for the tabernacle, of Sittim wood
36:21The length of a boorde was ten cubites, the breadth one cubite & a halfe
36:22One boorde had two tenons, wherby they were ioyned one to another: and thus made he for all the boordes of the tabernacle
36:23And he made twentie boordes for the south side of the tabernacle
36:24And fourtie sockettes of siluer vnder the twentie boordes: two sockettes vnder one boorde for his two tenons, and two sockettes vnder another boorde for his two tenons
36:25And for the other side of the tabernacle, whiche is towarde the north, he made twentie boordes
36:26And their fourtie sockettes of siluer: two sockettes vnder one boorde, and two sockettes vnder the other boorde
36:27And towarde the west ende of the tabernacle he made sixe bordes
36:28And two other boordes made he in the corners of the tabernacle, for either side
36:29And they were ioyned close beneath and aboue with a ring: and thus they dyd to both the corners
36:30And there were eyght boordes, and sixteene sockettes of siluer: vnder euery boorde two sockettes
36:31And he made barres of Sittim wood: fiue for the boordes of the tabernacle in the one side
36:32And fiue for the boordes of the tabernacle in the other side, and fiue barres for the boordes of the tabernacle in the west ende
36:33And he made the myddest barre to shut through the boordes, euen from the one ende to the other
36:34And ouerlayde the boordes with gold, and made rynges of golde to thrust the barres through, and couered the barres with golde
36:35And he made a vayle of blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twined silke: euen with Cherubims made he it of brodered worke
36:36And he made thervnto foure pillers of Sittim wood, and ouerlayde them with golde: their knoppes were also of golde, and he cast for them foure sockettes of siluer
36:37And he made an hangyng for the tabernacle doore, of blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twined silke of needle worke
36:38And the fiue pyllers of it, with theyr knoppes: and ouerlayde the knoppes of them, and the hoopes with golde: theyr fiue sockettes also were of brasse
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.