Interlinear Textus Receptus Bibles shown verse by verse.

Textus Receptus Bible chapters shown in parallel with your selection of Bibles.

Compares the 1550 Stephanus Textus Receptus with the King James Bible.

Visit the library for more information on the Textus Receptus.

Textus Receptus Bibles

Matthew's Bible 1537



4:1Moyses answered and said: Se, they wil not beleue me, nor herken vnto my voice: but wil say the Lord hath not appeared to the.
4:2Then the Lord sayed vnto hym: what is that in thyne hand? and he said a rodde.
4:3And he sayd cast it on the grounde, and it turned into a serpente. And Moyses ranne away from it.
4:4And the Lord sayd vnto Moyses, put forth thyne hand & take it by the tayle. And he put forth hys hand & caught it, and it became a rodde agayne in his hand,
4:5that they may beleue that the Lorde God of their fathers, the God of Abraham, the god of Isaac, and the God of Iacob hathe appeared vnto the.
4:6And the Lord sayd furthermore vnto him thruste thyne hand into thy bosome. And he thrust hys hand into hys bosome and toke it out. And behold, his hand was leperous euen as snowe.
4:7And he sayed: put thyne hand into thy bosome agayne. And he put his hande into hys bosome agayne, and plucked it oute his bosome, & behold, it was turned agayne as his other flesh.
4:8If they wyl not beleue the neither hear the voyce of the firste token: yet wyll they beleue the voyce of the second token.
4:9But and if they wyll not beleue the two sygnes, neyther herken vnto thy voyce, then take of the water of the riuer and poure it vpon the dry land. And the water which thou takest out of the ryuer shall turne to bloude vpon the drye land.
4:10And Moses sayed vnto the Lorde: oh my Lorde I am not eloquent, no not in tymes past, and namely sence thou hast spoken vnto thy seruaunt: but I am slowe mouthed, and slow tonged.
4:11And the Lord sayed vnto hym: who hath made mans mouthe, or who hath made the dombe or the deaffe, the seynge or the blind? haue not I the Lord?
4:12Go therfore and I wilbe with thy mouth, and teach the what thou shalte saye.
4:13But he sayed: oh my Lord, send I pray the whom thou wylt.
4:14And the lord was angry with Moyses and said: I knowe Aaron thy brother the Leuite that he can speake. And more ouer behold, he cometh to mete the, & when he seeth the he wyll be glade in hys herte.
4:15And thou shalt speake vnto hym and put the wordes in his mouth, and I wylbe wyth thy mouth and wyth his mouth, and wyl teach you what ye shall do.
4:16And he shal be thy spokesman vnto the people he shall be thy mouth, & thou shalt be hys God:
4:17and take thys rodde in thy hande, wherwyth thou shalt do myracles.
4:18And Moyses wente & returned to Iethro hys father in law againe and said vnto him, lette me goo (I pray the) & turne agayne vnto my brethren which are in Egypte, that I mai se whether they be yet aliue. And Iethro said to Moyses: goo in peace.
4:19And the Lorde said vnto Moses in Madian: returne agayne into Egypt for they are dead whych wente about to kil the.
4:20And Moyses toke his wyfe and his sonnes, and put them on an asse and wente agayne to Egypte, and toke the rodde of God in his hande.
4:21And the Lorde sayd vnto Moyses: when thou art come in to Egypte ogayne, see that thou do al the wonders before Pharao which I haue put in thy hand: but I wyl harden his herte, so that he shal not lette the people go.
4:22And tel Pharao, thus sayeth the Lorde: Israel is myne eldest sonne,
4:23and therfore sayth vnto the let my sonne go, that he maye serue me. If thou wylt not lette him go: behold, I wyl slea thyne eldest sonne.
4:24And it chaunced by the way in the ynne, that the Lord mett hym & woulde haue kylled him.
4:25Then Zephora toke a stone & circumcised hyr sonne & fell at hys fete, and sayed: a bloudy husband art thou vnto me.
4:26And he lette him go. She sayed a blouddy husbande bicause of the circumcision.
4:27Then sayed the Lord vnto Aaron: go mete Moses in the wildernes. And he went & mett hym in the mount of God & kissed him.
4:28And Moses told Aaron al the wordes of the Lord which he had sent by hym, & all the tokens which he had charged hym withall.
4:29So went Moses & Aaron and gathered all the elders of the chyldren of Israell.
4:30And Aaron told al the wordes whych the Lorde had spoken vnto Moses, & did the myracles in the syght of the people,
4:31& the people beleued. And when they hearde that the Lord had visited the children of Israell and had loked vpon their tribulation they bowed them selues and worshypped.
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.