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Bishops Bible 1568



39:1And of the blewe silke, purple, & scarlet, they made vestmentes of ministration, to do seruice in the holy place: and made the holye garmentes for Aaron as the Lorde commaunded Moyses
39:2And he made the Ephod of golde, blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twyned silke
39:3And they dyd beate the golde into thinne plates, and cut it into wyers to worke it in the blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and in the fine whyte with brodered worke
39:4And they made two sydes for it, to close them vp by the two edges
39:5And the broderyng of the girdle that was vpon it, was of the same stuffe, and after the same worke, of golde, blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and twyned whyte silke, as the Lord comaunded Moyses
39:6And they wrought Onyx stones closed in ouches of golde, and graued as signettes are grauen, with the names of the chyldren of Israel
39:7And he put them on the shoulders of the Ephod, that they shoulde be stones for a remembraunce of the children of Israel, as the Lorde commaunded Moyses
39:8And he made the brestlap of brodered worke lyke the worke of the Ephod, euen of gold, blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and twyned whyte silke
39:9It was foure square: and they made the brestlap double, an hande breadth long, and an hande breadth brode
39:10And they fylled it with foure rowes of stones. The first rowe, a Sardius, a Topazius, and a Smaragdus
39:11The seconde rowe, a Rubie, a Saphire, and a Diamonde
39:12In the thirde rowe, a Lyncurius, an Achates, and an Amethyst
39:13In the fourth rowe, a Turcas, an Onyx, and a Iaspis: and they were closed in ouches of golde in their inclosers
39:14And the twelue stones were grauen as signets, with the names of the children of Israel, euery stone with his name, accordyng to the twelue tribes
39:15And they made vpon the brestlap two fastenyng chaynes of writhen worke and pure golde
39:16And they made two ouches of golde, and two golde ringes: and put the two ringes in ye two corners of the brestlap
39:17And they put the two chaynes of golde in the two ringes in the corners of the brestlap
39:18And the two endes of the two chaynes they fastened in the two ouches, and put them on the shoulders of the Ephod, vpon the forefront of it
39:19And they made two ringes of golde, and put them on the two corners of the brestlap vpon the edge of it which was on the insyde by the Ephod
39:20And they made two golden ringes, and put them on the two sydes of the Ephod, beneath on the fore syde of it, and ouer agaynst his felowe, aboue vpon the broderyng of the Ephod
39:21And they strayned the brestlap by his ringes vnto the ringes of the Ephod with a lase of blewe silke, that it myght be vpon the broderyng of the Ephod, & that the brestlap shoulde not be loosed from of the Ephod, as the Lorde commaunded Moyses
39:22And he made the tunicle vnto the Ephod of wouen worke, altogether of blewe silke
39:23And there was a hole in the myddest of the tunicle, as the coller of a partlet, with a bande rounde about the coller, that it shoulde not rent
39:24And in the tunicle they made hemmes with pomgranates of blewe silke, purple, scarlet, and whyte twyned silke
39:25And they made litle belles of pure golde, and put them amongst the pomgranates rounde about vpon the edge of the tunicle
39:26A bell and a pomgranate, a bell and a pomgranate rounde about the hemmes of the tunicle to minister in, as the Lord commaunded Moyses
39:27And they made coates of fine whyte silke of wouen worke, for Aaron and his sonnes
39:28And a mitre of fine whyte silke, and goodly bonettes of fine whyte silke, and lynnen sloppes of twyned whyte silke
39:29And a girdle of twyned whyte silke, blew, purple, and scarlet, euen of needle worke, as the Lorde commaunded Moyses
39:30And they made the plate of the holy crowne of fine golde, and wrote vpon it with grauen worke as signets are grauen, The holynes of the Lorde
39:31And tyed vnto it a lase of blewe silk, to fasten it an hye vpon the mitre, as the Lorde commaunded Moyses
39:32Thus was all the worke of the tabernacle euen of the tabernacle of the congregation finished: And the children of Israel did according to al that the lorde commaunded Moyses, euen so did they
39:33And they brought the tabernacle vnto Moyses euen the tabernacle and all his furniture, his taches, his boordes, his barres, his pillers, & his sockettes
39:34The coueryng of Rammes skynnes redde, and the coueryng of Taxus skynnes, and the hangyng vayle
39:35The arke of the testimonie, and the barres therof, and the mercie seate
39:36The table and all the vessels thereof, and the shewe bread
39:37The pure candlesticke with ye lampes therof, euen with the lampes to be prepared, and al the vessels therof, and the oyle for lyght
39:38The golden aulter, and the annointing oyle, and the sweete incense, and the hangyng of the tabernacle doore
39:39And ye brasen aulter with his grediron of brasse, his barres and all his vessels, the lauer and his foote
39:40The curtaynes of the court with his pillers and sockettes, the hangyng to the court gate and his pynnes and cordes, and all the vessel of the seruice of the tabernacle, euen of the tabernacle of the congregation
39:41The ministryng vestmentes to serue in the holy place, & the holy vestmentes for Aaron the priest, and his sonnes raymentes to minister in, in ye priestes office
39:42Accordyng to all that the Lorde commaunded Moyses, euen so the chyldren of Israel made all the worke
39:43And Moyses dyd loke vpon all the worke: and beholde, they had done it as the Lorde had commaunded, euen so had they done it: and Moyses blessed them
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.