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Matthew's Bible 1537



29:1This is the thing that thou shalt do vnto them when thou halowest theym to be my priestes. Take one oxe & two rammes that are without blemysh,
29:2and vnleuended bread and cakes of swete bread tempered with oyle & wafers of swete bread anoynted with oyle (of wheten floure shalte thou make them)
29:3& put them in a maunde and bringe them in the maunde with the oxe and the .ij. rammes.
29:4And bryng Aaron & his sonnes vnto the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse, & wash theym with water,
29:5& take the garmentes, & put vpon Aaron: the strayte coote, & the tunycle of the Ephod, & the Ephod & the brestlappe: & gyrd them to him with the brodered gyrdel of the Ephod.
29:6And put the mytre vpon his head & put the holy croune vpon the mytre.
29:7Then take the anoynting oyle & poure it vpon his head & anoynte hym.
29:8And bring his sonnes & put albes vpon them,
29:9& gyrd them with gyrdels: as well Aaron as his sonnes. And put the bonettes on them that the priestes office maye be theirs for a perpetuall lawe. And fyl the handes of Aaron and of hys sonnes,
29:10and brynge the oxe before the tabernacle of witnesse. And let Aaron and hys sonnes put their handes vpon hys head
29:11& kyl hym before the Lord in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse.
29:12And take of the bloude of the oxe and put it vpon the hornes of the alter with thy finger & poure all the bloude vpon the botome of the aulter,
29:13and take all the fat that couereth the inwardes, & the kal that is on the lyuer and the .ij. kydneys with the fat that is vpon them: and burne them vpon the aulter:
29:14But the flesh of the oxe & hys skynne and hys donge shalte thou burne wyth fyre without the host. For it is a synne offerynge.
29:15Then take one of the rammes, & let Aaron & hys sonnes put their handes vpon the head of the ramme,
29:16and cause him to be slaine, and take of hys bloude and sprenkell it rounde aboute vpon the alter,
29:17and cutt the ramme in peces and wash the inwardes of hym and hys legges, and put them vnto the peces and vnto his head,
29:18and burne the hole ram vpon the alter. For it is a burnt offeryng vnto the Lorde, and a swete sauoure of the Lordes sacryfyce.
29:19And take the other ram and let Aaron and his sonnes, put their handes vpon hys head
29:20and lett him than be kylled. And take of hys bloude and put it vpon the tippe of the right eare of Aaron and of hys sonnes, and vpon the thombe of their ryghte handes and vpon the greate too of their ryghte fete and sprenkel the bloude vpon the aulter round abonte.
29:21Then take of the bloude that is vpon the alter and of the anoyntynge oyle, and sprenkell it vpon Aaron and his veltimentes, and vpon his sonnes and vpon their garmentes also. Then is he and his clothes holy and his sonnes and their clothes holye also.
29:22Then take the fatte of the ramme and his rompe and the fat that couereth the inwardes and the kall of the lyuer and the two kidneis and the fat that is vpon them and the ryghte shoulder (for that ram is a fulloffring)
29:23and a symnell of bread, and a cake of oyled breade and a wafer out of the basket of swete bread that is before the Lord,
29:24and put all vpon the handes of Aaron and on the handes of hys sonnes: and waue them in and out, a waueoffrynge vnto the Lorde.
29:25Then take it from of their handes and burne it vpon the alter: euen vpon the burnteofferynge, to be a sauoure of swetnesse before the Lorde. For it is sacryface vnto the Lord.
29:26Then take the brest of the ramme that is Aarons ful offring and waue if a waueoffring before the Lorde, and lette that be thy part.
29:27And sanctify the brest of the waueoffrynge and the shoulder of the heueoffrynge whyche is waued and heued vp of the ram which is the fulloffringe of Aaron and of his sonnes.
29:28And it shalbe Aarons and his sonnes dutye for euer, of the chyldren of Israel, for it is an heueoffeynge. And the heueoffrynge shalbe the Lordes dutye of the children of Israell: euen of the sacrifyce of their peaceofferynges whyche they heue vnto the Lorde.
29:29And the holye garmentes of Aaron shalbe hys sonnes after hym, to anoint them therin, and to fyll to their handes therin.
29:30And that sonne that is priest in his stede after him shall put them on seuen dayes: that he go into the tabernacle of wytnesse, to mynyster in the holy place.
29:31Then take the ram that is the fuloffrynge and seth his flesh in an holy place.
29:32And Aron and his sonnes shall eate the flesh of hym, & the braede that is in the baskette: euen in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse.
29:33And they shall eate them because the attonement was made therwyth to fyll their handes & to sanctify them: but a straunger shall not eate therof because they are holy.
29:34If oughte of the flesh of the ful offeringes or of the bred remayne vnto the mornynge, thou shalt burne it wyth fyre: for it shall not be eaten, because it is holye.
29:35And se thou do vnto Aaron and his sonnes, euen so in al thinges as I haue commaunded the: that thou fyll their handes seuen dayes
29:36and offer euery day an oxe for a sinne offring for to reconcyle wyth al. And thou shalt halow the alter when thou reconcylest it, and shalt anoynte it to sanctyfy it.
29:37Seuen dayes thou shalte reconcile the alter and sanctyfye it, that it may be an alter most holy: so the no man may touch it but thei that be consecrate.
29:38This is that which thou shalt offer vpon the alter .ij. lambes of one yere olde, daye by daye for euer,
29:39the one thou shalte offer in the mornynge and the other at euen.
29:40And vnto the one lambe take a tenthe deale of floure mingled wt the fourth parte of an hinne of beten oyle, & the fourth parte of an hinne of wyne for a drynckeofferyng,
29:41And the other lambe thou shalt offer at euen and shalte doo therto accordyng to the meateofferynge and drinke offerynge in the mornynge, to be an odoure of a swete sauoure of the sacrifice of the Lorde
29:42And it shabe a continuall burntofferynge amonge youre chyldren after you, in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse before the Lorde where I wyll mete you to speake vnto you there.
29:43Ther I wyll mete wyth the chyldren of Israell, and wylbe sanctifyed in myne honoure.
29:44And I wyll sanctifye the tabernacle of wytnesse and the alter: and I wil sanctifie also both Aaron and hys sonnes to be my prestes.
29:45And more ouer I wyll dwell amonge the chyldren of Israel and wylbe their God.
29:46And they shall knowe that I am the Lorde their God that brought them out of the lande of Egypt for to dwell amonge them: euen I the Lorde their God.
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.