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Matthew's Bible 1537



23:1Thou shalt not accepte a vayne tale, nether shalt put thine hand wyth the wycked to be an vnryghteous wytnesse.
23:2Thou shalt not folowe a multitude to do euell: neyther answere in a matter of plea that thou (wouldest to folow manye) turne asyde from the trueth,
23:3neither shalt thou paint a pore mans cause.
23:4When thou metest thine enemies oxe or asse goynge a straye, thou shalt brynge them to him agayne.
23:5If thou se thine enemies asse synke vnder his burthen, thou shalt not passe by and let him alone: but shalt helpe hym to lyfte hym vp againe.
23:6Thou shalt not hinder the right of the poore that are amonge you in their sute.
23:7Kepe the ferre from a false matter, and the Innocente and righteous se thou sley not, for I wil not iustify the wicked.
23:8Thou shalt take no gyftes, for gyftes blynd the seynge and peruerte the wordes of the ryghteous.
23:9Thou shalt not oppresse a straunger, for I knowe the herte of a straunger, because ye were straungers in Egypt.
23:10Sixe yeres thou shalt sowe thy land and gather in the frutes therof:
23:11& the seuenth yere thou shalt let it rest and lye styl, that the poore of thy people may eate, and what they leaue, the beastes of the felde shall eate: In lyke maner thou shalt do wyth thy vineyard and thine oliue tres.
23:12Sixe dayes thou shalt do thy worcke and the seuenth daye thou shalt kepe holye daye, that thyne oxe and thyne asse maye reste and the sonne of thy maide and the stranger may be refreshed.
23:13And in all thinges that I haue said vnto you be circumspecte. And make no rehersall of the names of straunge goddes, nether let anye man heare them oute of youre mouthes.
23:14Thre feastes thou shalt holde vnto me in a yere,
23:15Thou shalt kepe the feaste of swete bread that thou eate vnleuened bread .vij. dayes longe, as I commaunded the in the tyme appoynted of the moneth of Abyb, for in that moneth thou camest out of Egypte: and se that no man apeare before me emptye.
23:16And the feaste of Heruest, when thou reapeste the fyrst frutes of thy laboures whych thou hast sowne in the felde. And the feast of ingatherynge, in the ende of the yere when thou haste gathered in thye laboures oute of the felde.
23:17Thre tymes in a yere shall all thye menchyldren appere before the Lord Iehouah.
23:18Thou shalt not offer the bloude of my sacrifyce wt leuended bread: nether shal the fat of my feast remayne vntyl the mornynge.
23:19The first of the firstfrutes of thy lande thou shalt brynge into the house of the Lorde thye God thou shalt also not sethe a kydd in his mothers mylke.
23:20Beholde, I sende myne aungel before the to kepe the in the waye, & to bryng the into the place whych I haue prepared.
23:21Beware of him & heare his voice and angre him not: for he will not spare youre mysdedes, yea, and my name is in hym.
23:22But & if thou shalt herken vnto hys voyce & kepe all that I shal tel the, then I wilbe an enemy vnto thyne enemies and an aduersary vnto thine aduersaries.
23:23When myne aungel goeth before the & hath brought the in vnto the Amorites, Hethithes, Pherezites, Cananites, Heuites and Iebusites & I shall haue destroyed them,
23:24se thou worship not their goddes neyther serue them, neither do after the workes of them but ouerthrowe them & breake doune the places of them.
23:25And se that ye serue the Lord youre God, & he shall blesse thy bread & thy water and I will take all sickenesses awaye from amonge you.
23:26Moreouer there shalbe no woman chyldlesse or vnfrutefull in thy lande, & the numbre of thy wayes I will fulfyll.
23:27I wil sende my feare before the and will kill all the people whether thou shalt go. And I will make all thyne enemies turne their backes vnto the,
23:28& I will sende hornettes before the, & they shall driue out of the Heuites, the Cananites & the Hethites before the.
23:29I will not cast them out in one yere, lest the lande growe to a wildernesse: & the beastes of the felde multeplye vpon the.
23:30But a litle & a litle I wil dryue them out before the, vntyll thou be increased that thou mayst enheret the lande.
23:31And I wil make thy costes from the red sea vnto the sea of the Philistines and from the deserte vnto the ryuer. I wil deliuer the inhabiters of the lande into thyne hande, & thou shalt dryue them out before the.
23:32And thou shalte make none appoyntment with them nor with their goddes.
23:33Neither shall they dwel in thy lande, lest they make the sinne agaynste me: for if thou serue their goddes it will surely be thy decaye.
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.