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Matthew's Bible 1537



2:1If any soule wyl offer a meate offrynge vnto the Lorde, hys offrynge shalbe fyne floure, & he shal poure therto oyle, and put frankencens theron,
2:2and shall brynge it vnto Aarons sonnes the preastes. And one of them shall take therout hys handfull of the floure, and of the oyle wyth all the franckencens, & burne it for a memoriall vpon the alter: an offryng of a swete sauoure vnto the Lord.
2:3And the remnaunt of the meatoffring shalbe Aarons & his sonnes as a thynge most holy of the sacryfyces of the Lorde.
2:4If anye man brynge a meatoffrynge that is baken in the ouen, let hym brynge swete cakes of fyue floure myngled wyth oyle, and vnleuended wafers anoynted wyth oyle.
2:5If thy meatoffrynge be baken in the fryeng pan, then it shalbe of swete floure myngled wyth oyle.
2:6And thou shalt mynce it smal, and poure oyle theron: and so it is a meatoffrynge.
2:7If thy meatofferynge be a thyng broyled vpon the gredyren, of floure myngled wyth oyle it shalbe.
2:8And thou shalt brynge the meatoffrynge that is made of these thynges vnto the Lorde, & shalt delyuer it vnto the preast, and he shal bryng it vnto the alter,
2:9and shall heue vp parte of the meatoffrynge for a memoryal, & shal burne it vpon the alter: an offerynge of a swete sauoure vnto the Lorde.
2:10And that whyche is left of the meatoffrynge shall be Aarons and hys sonnes, as a thyng that is moost holy of the offrynges of the Lorde.
2:11Al the meatoffringes which ye shal bringe vnto the Lorde, shalbe made without leuen. For ye shall nether burne leuen nor honye in any offeryng of the Lorde:
2:12Notwithstandyng ye shal brynge the fyrstlynges of them vnto the Lorde: but they shall not come vpon the alter to make a swete sauoure.
2:13All thy meat offeringes thou shalt salt wt salt: neither shalt thou suffer the of the couenaunt of thy God to be sackyng from thy meat offeryng: but vpon al thyne offerynges thou shal bryng salt.
2:14If thou offer a meatofferynge of the fyrste ripe frutes to the Lord, then take that whych is yet grene, & drye it by the fyre and beat it smal & so offer the mete offeryng of thy first rype frutes.
2:15And then poure oyle therto, and put frankensence theron: & so it is a meatofferynge.
2:16And the prieste shal burne parte of the beaten corne & parte of the oyle wythall the frankencense, for a remembraunce. That is an offeryng vnto 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.