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Matthew's Bible 1537



21:1And the Lord said vnto Moses speake vnto the preastes the sonnes of Aaron and saye vnto them. A preast shal defile hym selfe at the deth of none of hys people,
21:2but vpon his kynne that is nye vnto him: as his mother, father, sonne, daughter, & brother:
21:3& on hys syster as longe as she is a mayde & dwelleth nye him & was neuer geuen to man: on her he may defyle him selfe.
21:4But he shall not make hym selfe vncleane vpon a ruelar of hys people to polute hym selfe wyth all.
21:5They shal make them no baldnesse vpon their heedes or shaue of the lockes of theyr beardes, nor make any markes in their flesh
21:6They shal be holy vnto their God, and not polute the name of their God, for the sacrifices of the Lord and the bread of their God they do offer: therfore they must be holy.
21:7They shall take no wyfe that is an whoore or poluted, or put from her husbande: for a preast is holy vnto his God.
21:8Sanctifye hym therfore, for he offereth vp the bread of god: he shall therfore, be holy vnto the, for I the Lord which sanctifye you, am holy.
21:9If a preastes daughter fall to playe the whore, she poluteth her father: therfore she shal be burnt wyth fyre.
21:10He that is the hye preast among his brethren vpon whose head the anoyntynge oyle was poured & whose hande was fylled to put on the vestimentes, shall not vncouer his head nor rent hys clothes,
21:11nether shall goo to any dead body nor make hym selfe vncleane: no not on hys father or mother,
21:12nether shall go out of the sanctuarye, that he polute not the holy place of his God, for the croune of the anoyntyng oyle of God, is vpon him. I am the Lorde.
21:13He shall take a mayde vnto hys wyfe:
21:14but no widowe nor deuorsed nor poluted whoore. But he shall take a mayde of his owne people to wyfe,
21:15that he defyle not his seed vpon his people: for I am the Lord which sanctifye hym.
21:16And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
21:17speake vnto Aaron and saye: No man of thy seed in their generacions that hath any deformitie vpon hym, shall preace for to offer the bread of his god:
21:18for none that hath any blemysh shall come nere: wether he be blynde, lame, snot nosed, or that hath any mysshapen membre,
21:19or broken foted, or broken handed,
21:20or croke backed, or perleyed, or gogeleyed, or maunge, or skaulde, or hath hys stones broken.
21:21No man that is deformed of the seed of Aaron the preast, shall come nye to offer the sacrifices of the Lorde. If he haue a deformytie, he shal not preace to offer the bred of his God.
21:22Notwythstandynge he shal eate of the bred of his God: euen as wel of the most holy, as of the holy:
21:23but shal not go in vnto the vayle nor come nye the alter, because he is deformed that he polute not my sanctuary, for I am the Lord that sanctyfye them.
21:24And Moses tolde it vnto Aaron and to hys sonnes, & vnto al the chyldren of Israel.
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.