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Matthew's Bible 1537



36:1And Bezaliel wrought and Ahaliab and all wyse herted men to whom the Lorde had geuen wisedome and vnderstanding to knowe howe to worcke all maner worcke for the holy seruice, in al that the Lorde commaunded.
36:2And Moses called for Bezaleel Ahaliak and al the wise hered men in whose hertes the Lord had putte wisedome, euen as many as their hertes couraged to come to the worcke to worcke it.
36:3And they receiued of Moses al the heueofferinges which the children of Israel had brought for the worke of the holy seruice to make it withal. And they brought beside that wyllyng offeringes euery morning.
36:4And al the wyse men that wrought all the holy worcke came euery man from his worke whyche they made,
36:5and spake vnto Moses saying: the people bryng to much and aboue that is inough to serue for the worcke whyche the Lord hath commaunded to make.
36:6And then Moses gaue a commaundement, & they caused it to be proclamed thorowoute the hoste sayinge: se that neither man nor woman prepare any more worcke for the holye heueofferynge, and so the people were forbidden to brynge:
36:7for the stuffe they had, was sufficiente for them vnto all the worcke, to make it and to muche.
36:8And al the wyse herted men among them that wroughte in the worcke of the habytacion made: euen .x. cortaines of twined bisse, Iacyncte, scarlet, and purple, and made them full of Cherubyns wt brodered worke.
36:9The lengthe of one curtayne was .xxviij. cubites and the breadth .iiij. and were all of one syse.
36:10And they coupled .v. curtaynes by them selues, and other fiue by them selues.
36:11And they made fyftye louppes of Iacynte alonge by the edge of the vtmoste curtayne: euen in the seluege of the couplyng curtayne.
36:12And lykewyse they made on the syde of the vtmooste couplynge curtayne on the other syde, fiftye loupes they made in the one curtayne, and fyfty in the edge of the couplynge curtayne on the otherside: so that the loupes were one ouer agaynst another.
36:13And they made fifty rynges of gold, and coupled the curtaynes one to an other wyth the rynges: and so was it made a dwellynge place.
36:14And they made a .xi. curtaynes of gotes heer to be a tent ouer the tabernacle
36:15thyrtye cubites longe a pece, and .iiij. cubytes brode, & they all leauen of one cise.
36:16And the coupled .v. by them selues, and .vi. by them selues,
36:17and they made fyftye loupes alonge by the border of the vtmooste couplyng curtayne on the one side, and fyfty in the edge of the couplynge curtayne on the other syde.
36:18And they made fyftye rynges of brasse to couple the tent togyther that it myght be one.
36:19And they made a couerynge vnto the tent of rammes skynnes red, and yet an other of taxus skynnes aboue al.
36:20And they made bordes for the dwellynge place of sethim wod that stode vpright
36:21eueri borde .x. cubites longe & a cubyte & an halfe brode.
36:22And they made .ij. fete to euery borde of the dwellinge place ioynynge one to another.
36:23And they made .xx. bordes for the south syde of the habitation,
36:24& .xl. sockettes of syluer vnder the .xx. bordes .ij. sockettes vnder euery borde, euen for the .ij. fete of them.
36:25And for the other syde of the dwellynge towarde the north, they made other .xx. bordes
36:26wyth .xl. sockettes of siluer .ij. sockettes vnder euery borde.
36:27And be hynde in the ende of the tabernacle towarde they weste, the made syxe boordes,
36:28and two other boordes for the corners of the habitation behynde,
36:29& they were ioyned closse boeth beneth and also aboue wyth clampes and thus they dyd to both the corners:
36:30so they were in al eyght bordes and .xvi. sockettes, vnder euerye boorde two sockettes.
36:31And they made barres of Sethim wod .v. for the bordes of the one syde of the habitation,
36:32& .v. for the other, & fyue for the bordes on the west ende of the habitation.
36:33And they made the myddle barre to shote thorowe the bordes: euen from the one ende to the other,
36:34and ouerlayd the bordes wyth gold, & made them rings of gold to thrust the barrs thorow, and couered the barres wyth gold.
36:35And they made an hanging of Iacinct, of scarlet, purple, & twyned bysse with Cherubins of brodered worke.
36:36And made therunto .iiij. pillers of Sithim wod, & ouerlaid them with gold. Their knoppes were also of gold, & thei cast for them .iiij. sockets of siluer.
36:37And they made an hangyng for the tabernacle dore: of Iacincte, scarlet, purple, & twined bisse of nedle worcke,
36:38& the pyllers of it were fiue wt theyr knoppes, and ouerlayed the heades of them and the whooppes with golde, with their .v. sockettes of brasse.
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.