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Bishops Bible 1568



37:1And Besaleel made the arke of Sittim wood: two cubites & a halfe long, & a cubite and a halfe brode, and a cubite and a halfe hygh
37:2And ouerlaide it with fine golde within & without, and made a crowne of golde to it rounde about
37:3And cast for it foure rynges of golde for the foure corners of it: two rynges for the one syde, and two for the other
37:4And made barres of Sittim wood, and couered them with golde
37:5And put the barres in the rynges, along by the side of the arke, to beare the arke withall
37:6And he made the mercy seate of pure golde: two cubites and a halfe was the length thereof, and one cubite and a halfe the breadth
37:7And he made two Cherubims of thicke gold, vpo the two endes of ye mercy seat
37:8One Cherub on the one end, and another Cherub on the other ende: euen of the mercy seate made he the Cherubims, namely in the endes therof
37:9And the Cherubims spread out theyr wynges aboue on hye, & couered ye mercy seate therwith: And their faces were one to another, euen to the mercy seate warde were the faces of ye Cherubims
37:10And he made the table of Sittim wood: two cubites was the length therof, and a cubite the breadth, and a cubite and a halfe the height of it
37:11And he ouerlayde it with fine golde, and made thervnto a crowne of golde rounde about
37:12And made therevnto an hoope of an hande brode rounde about: and made vpon the hoope a crowne of golde rounde about
37:13And he caste for it foure rynges of golde, and put the rynges in the foure corners that were in the foure feete thereof
37:14Euen harde by the hoope were the ringes into the whiche the barres were put, to beare the table withall
37:15And he made the barres of Sittim wood, and couered them with golde, to beare the table withall
37:16And made the vessels for the table of pure gold, his dishes, his incense cuppes, his couerynges, & his bowles to powre out with all
37:17And he made the candelsticke of pure golde, euen of a whole worke made he the candelsticke, his staffe, his braunches, his bolles, his knoppes, and his flowres were of one peece
37:18Sixe braunches proceeding out of the sides therof: three braunches of the candelsticke out of the one side thereof, and three braunches of the candelsticke out of the other side thereof
37:19And in one braunch three bolles made like vnto almondes, with a knop and a flowre: and in another braunche three bolles made like almondes, with a knop and a flowre: and so throughout the sixe braunches that proceede out of the candelsticke
37:20And vpon the candelsticke selfe, were foure bolles after the fashion of almondes, with knoppes and floures
37:21Under euery two braunches a knop of the same, and a knop vnder two braunches of the same, and a knop vnder two brauches of the same according to the sixe brauches yt proceede out of it
37:22And the knoppes and the braunches proceeded out of it: and it was all one peece of pure thicke golde
37:23And he made his seuen lampes, with the snuffers, and vessels for the snuffe, of pure golde
37:24Euen of a talent of pure golde made he it, with all the vessels therof
37:25And he made the incense aulter of Sittim wood: the length of it was a cubite, and the breadth a cubite, for it was foure square: and two cubites hye, with hornes proceedyng out of it
37:26And he couered it with pure golde, both the top and the sides therof round about, and the hornes of it: and made vnto it a crowne of golde round about
37:27And he made two rynges of golde for it euen vnder the crowne therof in the two corners of it, & in the two sides therof, to put barres in, for to beare it withal
37:28And he made the barres of Sittim wood, & ouerlayde them with golde
37:29And he made the holy anoynting oyle, and the sweete pure incense, after the apoticaries craft
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.