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Matthew's Bible 1537



17:1And the Lorde talked wyth Moses sayinge:
17:2speake vnto Aaron & vnto hys sonnes and vnto all the chyldren of Israell and saye vnto them, thys is the thynge whyche the Lorde charged sayinge:
17:3whatsoeuer he be of the house of Israel that kylleth an oxe, lambe or goote in the hoste or oute of the host
17:4and bryngeth them not vnto the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse, to offer an offerynge vnto the Lord before the dwellyng place of the Lord, his bloude shalbe imputed vnto that man, as though he had shed bloude, and that man shal perysh from among hys people.
17:5Wherfore let the chyldren of Israel bryng theyr offerynges that they offer in the wyde felde, vnto the Lorde: euen vnto the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse and vnto the preast, and offer them for the peaceofferynges vnto the lord.
17:6And the preast shal sprinkle the bloude vpon the alter of the Lorde in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse, & burne the fatt to be a swete sauoure vnto the Lord.
17:7And let them no moare offer theyr offerynges vnto deuyls, after whom they goo an whooryng. And thys shalbe an ordynance for euer vnto you thorow out youre generacyons.
17:8And thou shalt saye vnto them: whatsoeuer man it be of the house of Israel, or of the straungers that soiourne amonge you that offereth a burntofferynge or any other offeryng
17:9and bryngeth it not vnto the dore of the tabernacle of wytnesse to offer vnto the Lord, that felow shall perysh from among his people.
17:10And whatsoeuer man it be of the house of Israel or of the straungers that soiourne amonge you that eateth any maner of bloude, I wyll sett my face agaynst that soule that eateth bloud, and wil destroy him from amonge hys people,
17:11for the lyfe of the flesh is in the bloud, and I haue geuen it vnto you vpon the alter, to make an attonement for youre soules,
17:12for bloude shall make an attonement for the soule. And therfore I sayd vnto the chyldren of Israel: se that no soule of you eate bloude, nor yet any straunger that soiourneth amonge you.
17:13Whatsoeuer man it be of the chyldren of Israell or of the straungers that soiourne amonge you that hunteth and catcheth anye beest or foule that may be eaten, he shal poure out the bloud and couer it wyth erth,
17:14for the lyfe of all fleshe is in the bloude, therfore I sayd vnto the children of Israel ye shal eate the bloude of no maner of flesh, for the lyfe of all flesh is in hys bloude, and whosoeuer therfore eateth it shall perysh.
17:15And whatsoeuer soule it be that eateth that whych dyed alone or that whych was torne wyth wylde beastes: whether it be one of youre selues or straunger, he shall wasshe hys clothes and bathe hym selfe in water, & shalbe vncleane vnto the euen, & then is he cleane.
17:16But and yf he wasshe them not nor wasshe his fleshe he shal beare hys synne.
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.