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Matthew's Bible 1537



40:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saying:
40:2In the fyrst daye of the fyrst moneth shalt thou sett vp the habitacion of the tabernacle of wytnesse
40:3& put therin the arcke of witnesse, & couer the arcke wt the vayle,
40:4and brynge in the table & apparell it, and brynge in the candelstycke and putte on hys lampes,
40:5and sette the cense aultare of Golde before the arcke of wytnes, and put the hangynge of the doore vnto the habitation.
40:6And sette the burntofferynge aultare before the dore of the tabernacle of witnes
40:7and set the lauour betwene the taberuacle of witnes & the aultare, & put water therein,
40:8and make the courte rounde aboute, and sette vp the hanging of the court gate.
40:9And take the anoyntyng oyle and anoynt the habitation & al that is therein, & hallowe it and all that belongeth therto: that it maye be holy.
40:10And anoynt the aulter of the burntofferynges & all hys vessels, and sanctify the aulter that it may be most holy.
40:11And anoynt also the lauer & his fote, and sanctifye it.
40:12Then brynge Aaron and his sonnes vnto the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse, and washe them wyth water.
40:13And put vpon Aaron the holy vestementes, and anoynte him & sanctyfye hym that he maye minister vnto me,
40:15that their annointing may be an euerlasting preasthode vnto them thorowe out theyr generation.
40:16And Moses dyd accordynge to all that the Lord commaunded him.
40:17Thus was the Tabernacle reared vp the fyrst daye in the fyrste moneth in the seconde yere.
40:18And Moses reared vp the tabernacle & fastened his sockettes, and set vp the bordes and put in their barres, & reared vp the pyllers,
40:19& spred abrod the tent ouer the habitation, and put the coueringe of the tente an hye aboue it: as the lord commaunded Moses.
40:20And he toke and put the testimony in the arcke, and set the staues to the arcke, & putte the mercy seate an hye vppon the arcke,
40:21and brought the arcke into the habitation, & hanged vp the vayle, & couered the arcke of witnes as the Lord commanded Moses.
40:22And he put the table in the tabernacle of wytnesse in the north side of the habitation wythout the vayle,
40:23and set the bread in ordre before the Lord, euen as the Lord had commaunded Moses.
40:24And he put the candelsticke in the tabernacle of wytnes ouer agaynste the table in the south syde of the habitation,
40:25and sette vp the lampes before the Lorde: as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
40:26And he put the golden altare in the tabernacle of wytnes before the vayle,
40:27and brente swete sence thereon as the Lord commaunded Moses.
40:28And set vp the hangynge in the dore of the habitation,
40:29and set the burnt offering alter before the dore of the tabernacle of wytnes, & offered burnteofferynges and meate offerynges theron as the lord commaunded Moses.
40:30And he set the lauer betwene the tabernacle of witnes and the aultare, and poured water therin to washe wt all.
40:31And both Moses, Aaron & his sonnes washed their handes & their fete therat:
40:32boeth when they went into the tabernacle of wytnes, or when they went to the aultare, as the Lord commaunded Moses.
40:33And he reared vp the courte rounde about the habitation and the aultare & set vp the hangynge of the court gate: and so Moses finished the worcke.
40:34And the cloude couered the tabernacle of wytnes, and the glorye of the Lorde fylled the habitation:
40:35so that Moses coulde not enter into the Tabernacle of wytnesse bycause the cloude abode therin, and the glory of the Lord filled the habitation.
40:36When the cloude was taken vp from of the habitation the children of Israel toke their iourneys as oft as they had iourneyed.
40:37And if the cloude departed not, they iourneyed not tyll it departed:
40:38for the cloud of the Lord was vpon the habitation by daye, and fyre by nyght: in the syght of all the house of Israell in all theyr iourneys.
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.