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Matthew's Bible 1537



20:1And God spake all these woordes & sayd:
20:2I am the Lorde thy God, which haue brought the out of the lande of Egipte and out of the house of bondage.
20:3Thou shalt haue none other Goddes in my sight.
20:4Thou shalt make the no grauen ymage neyther any similitude that is in heauen aboue either in the earth beneth, or in the water that is beneth the earth.
20:5Se that thou neither bowe thy self vnto them neither serue them: for I the Lord thy God, am a gelouse God, & viset the synne of the fathers vppon the chyldren vnto the thyrd and fourth generacion of them that hate me:
20:6and yet shew mercy vnto thousandes among them that loue me and kepe my commaundementes.
20:7Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vayne, for the Lord wil not hold him giltlesse that taketh his name in vayne.
20:8Remembre the Sabbath daye that thou sanctifie it.
20:9Sixe dayes mayst thou laboure and do all that thou hast to do:
20:10but the seuenth day is the Sabbath daye of the Lord thy God, in it thou shalt do no maner worke: nether thou nor thy sonne, nor thy doughter, neither thy man seruaunte nor thy mayde seruaunt, neither thy cattel neither yet the straunger that is within thy gates.
20:11For in sixe dayes the Lord made both heauen & earth & the sea & all that in them is and rested the seuenth day: wherfore the Lord blessed the Sabbath daye and halowed it.
20:12Honour thy father & thy mother, that thy dayes may be longe in the lande which the Lorde thy God geueth the.
20:13Thou shalt not kyll.
20:14Thou shalt not breake wedlocke.
20:15Thou shalt not steale.
20:16Thou shalte beare no false witnesse agaynst thy neyghboure.
20:17Thou shalt not couet thy neighbours house neither shalt couet thy neighbours wyfe, his man seruaunt, his mayde, his oxe, his asse or oughte that is hys.
20:18And all the people sawe the thunder & the lighteninge & the noyse of the horne, & howe the mountayne smoked. And when the people sawe it, they remoued & stode a ferre of
20:19and sayde vnto Moyses: talke thou with vs & we wil heare but let not God talke with vs lest we dye.
20:20And Moses sayd vnto the people fear not, for God is come to proue you, & that his feare maye be among you that ye sinne not.
20:21And the people stode a farre of, & Moses went into the thicke cloude where God was
20:22And the Lord sayde vnto Moses: thus thou shalt saye vnto the children of Israel: Ye haue sene how that I haue talked with you from out of heauen.
20:23Ye shal not make therfore with me goddes of syluer nor goddes of golde: in no wise shal ye do it.
20:24An aulter of erth thou shalte make vnto me and thereon offer thy burntofferynges & thy peace offeringes, and thy shepe and thyne oxen. And in all places where I shall put the remembraunce of my name, thither I will come vnto the & blesse the.
20:25But and if thou wilt make me an aulter of stone, se thou make it not of hewed stone, for if thou lift vp thy tole vpon it, thou shalt polute it.
20:26Moreouer thou shalt not go vp wt steppes vnto myne aulter, that thy nakednesse be not shewed thereon.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.