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Matthew's Bible 1537



19:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saying:
19:2speake vnto al the multytude of the children of Israel, and say vnto them. Be holy for I the Lord youre God am holye.
19:3Se that ye feare euery man hys father and hys mother, and that ye kepe my Sabothes, for I am the Lord youre God.
19:4Ye shall not turne vnto ydolles nor make you goddes of metall: I am the Lord your God.
19:5When ye offre your peaceofferynges vnto the Lord, ye shall offer them that ye maye be accepted.
19:6And it shalbe eaten the same day ye offer it and on the morowe, but whatsoeuer is lefte on the thyrde daye shalbe burnt in the fyre.
19:7If it be eaten the thyrde daye, it shalbe vncleane and not accepted.
19:8And he that eateth it shal bere hys synne, because he hath defyled the halowed thynges of the Lorde, and that soule shal perish from among hys people.
19:9When ye reape doune the rype corne of your lande, ye shall not repe doune the vtmost borders of youre feldes, nether shalt thou gather that whyche is left behynde in thy haruest.
19:10Thou shalt not plucke in al thy vyneyarde cleane, nether gather in the grapes that are ouerscaped. But thou shalt leaue them for the poore and straunger. I am the Lord your God.
19:11Ye shal not steale nether lye, nether deale falsely one with another.
19:12Ye shal not swere by my name falselye: that thou defylest not the name of thy God, I am the Lord.
19:13Thou shal not begyle thy neyghbour wyth cauyllacions, nether robbe him violently, nether shall the workmans laboure abyde with the vntyl the mornyng.
19:14Thou shalt not curse the deaffe, neyther put a stomblynge blocke before the blynd: but shalt feare thy god. I am the Lord.
19:15Ye shall do no vnryghteousnes in iudgement. Thou shalt uot fauoure the poore nor honoure the myghtye, but shalt iudge thy neygebour ryghteously.
19:16Thou shalt not goo vp & doune a preuy accusee amonge thy people, nether shalt thou helpe to shedde the bloud of thy neyghbour: I am the Lorde.
19:17Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thyne hart but shalt in anye wyse rebuke thy neyghboure: that thou bere not synne for hys sake.
19:18Thou shalt not auenge thy selfe nor bere hate in thy mynde agaynst the chyldren of thy people, but shalt loue thy neyghboure euen as thy selfe I am the Lorde.
19:19Kepe myne ordinances. Let none of thy catel gendre wt a contrary kynde, nether sowe thy felde wt myngled seed, nether shalt thou put on any garment of lynnen and wollen.
19:20If a man haue to doo with a woman that is bonde and hath bene medled wythall of another man whyche nether is boughte nor fredome geuen her, there shalbe a payne vpon it: but they shal not dye, because she was not made fre.
19:21And he shall brynge for hys trespaceofferyng vnto the Lorde: euen vnto the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse, a ram for a trespaceoffryng.
19:22And the preast shal make an attonement for hym wyth the ram of the trespaceofferyng before the Lorde, for hys synne which he hath done: & it shalbe forgeuen hym, as concernyng the synne whyche he hath done.
19:23And when ye come to the land and haue planted al maner of trees where of men eate, ye shall holde them vncircumcysed as concernyng theyr frute: euen thre yere shal they be vncircumcysed vnto you and shall not be eaten of,
19:24and the fourth yere all the frute of them shalbe holy and acceptable to the lord.
19:25And the fift yere maye ye eate of the frute of them, and gether in the increase of them: I am the Lorde youre God.
19:26Ye shall eate nothynge wyth the bloude, ye shall vse no wytchcrafte, nor obserue dysmall dayes,
19:27ye shall not rounde the lockes of your heades, nether shalt thou marre the tuftes of thy bearde.
19:28Ye shall not rent your fleshe for any soules sake, nor prynte any markes vpon you: I am the Lord:
19:29Thou shalt not pollute thy daughter, that thou woldest maynteine her to be an whoore: lest the lande fall to whoredome, and waxe ful of wyckednesse.
19:30Se that ye kepe my Sabbothes and feare my sanctuary: I am the Lorde.
19:31Turne not to them that work wyth spyrytes, nether regarde them that obserue dysemall dayes: that ye be not defyled by them, for I am the lord youre God.
19:32Thou shalt ryse vp before the hoorehed, & reuerence the face of the olde man & dread thy god, for I am the Lorde.
19:33If a straunger soiourne by the in your lande, se that ye vexe hym not:
19:34But let the straunger that dwelleth wyth you, be as one of youre selues, & loue hym as thy selfe, for ye were straungers in the lande of Egypt. I am the Lorde your God.
19:35Ye shall do no vnryghteousnes in iudgement nether in meteyearde, weyght or measure.
19:36But ye shall haue true balances, true weyghtes, A true Epha and a true hyn. I am the Lorde youre God whyche broughte you out of the lande of Egypt,
19:37that ye shuld obserue all myne ordinaunces and iudgementes and that ye shulde kepe them: I am the Lorde.
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.