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Matthew's Bible 1537



24:1And he sayde vnto Moses: come vnto the Lord: both thou & Aaron, Nadab & Abihu, & the .lxx. elders of Israel, and worship afarre of.
24:2And Moyses went hym selfe alone vnto the Lord, but they came not nye, neyther came the people vp with hym.
24:3And Moses came & tolde the people all the wordes of the Lorde & all the lawes. And all the people aunswered with one voyce & sayd: all the wordes which the Lord hath sayd, will we do.
24:4Then Moyses wrote all the wordes of the Lorde & rose vp early and made an aulter vnder the hyl, & .xij. pyllers according to the numbre of the .xij. trybes of Israell,
24:5and sent yonge men of the children of Israel to sacrifice burntoffringes and to offre peaceoffringes of Oxen vnto the Lorde.
24:6And Moyses toke halfe of the bloude & put it in basens, and the other halfe he sprenkled on the aulter.
24:7And he toke the boke of the appoyntment & red it in the audience of the people. And thei sayd. All that the Lord hath sayd, we wil do and heare.
24:8And Moyses toke the bloude and sprynkeld it on the people and sayd: beholde, this is the bloude of the appointment which the Lorde hath made with you vpon al these woordes.
24:9Then went Moyses & Aaron, Nadad and Abihu and the .lxx. elders of Israell vp,
24:10and sawe the God of Israel, and vnder his feate as it were a brycke worke of Saphir & as it were the facion of heauen when it is cleare,
24:11& vpon the nobles of the chyldren of Israel he set not hys hande. And when they had sene God they ate and dronke.
24:12And the Lord sayde vnto Moyses: come vp to me into the hyll and be there, & I wyll geue the tables of stone and a lawe and commaundementes, which I haue written to teache them.
24:13Then Moyses rose vp & his minister Iosua, and Moyses went vppe into the hyll of God,
24:14& said vnto the elders: tarye ye here vntyll we come agayne vnto you: And beholde here is Aaron & Hur with you. If any man haue any matters to do, let hym come to them.
24:15When Moyses was come vp into the mount a cloude couered the hyll,
24:16and the glory of the Lorde abode vppon mounte Sinai, and the cloude couered it .vi. dayes. And the seuenth daye he called vnto Moyses out of the cloude.
24:17And the facion of the glorie of the Lord was lyke consumynge fyre on the toppe of the hyll in the syghte of the chyldren of Israel.
24:18And Moyses went into the mountayne. And Moyses was in the mounte .xl. dayes. and .xl. nyghtes.
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.