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Matthew's Bible 1537



22:1And the Lord comened wyth Moses saying:
22:2byd Aaron & his sonnes that they absteyne from the halowed thinges of the chyldren of Israel, whyche they haue halowed vnto me, that they polute not my holy name: for I am the Lorde.
22:3Saye vnto them: whosoeuer he be of all youre seed amonge youre generacion after you, that goeth vnto the halowed thynges whyche the chyldren of Israel shall haue halowed vnto the Lorde, hys vnclennes shalbe vpon hym: and that soule shall peryshe from oute of my syghte. I am the Lorde.
22:4None of the seed of Aaron that is a leper or that hath a runnyng sore, shall eate of the halowed thynges vntyll he be cleane. And whosoeuer toucheth any vncleane soule or man whose seed runneth from him by night,
22:5or whosoeuer toucheth any worme that is vncleane to hym, or man that is vncleane to hym,
22:6whatsoeuer vnclennesse he hath: the same soule that hath any soche thyng, shalbe vncleane vntyll euen, and shall not eate of the halowed thynges vntyll he haue wasshed hys flesh wyth water.
22:7And then when the sunne is doune he shalbe cleane and shall afterwarde eate of the halowed thynges: for they are hys fode.
22:8Of a beast that dyeth alone or is rent wyth wylde beastes, he shall not eate, to defyle hym selfe therwyth: I am the Lorde.
22:9But let them kepe therfore myne ordynaunce, lest they lade synne vpon them and dye therin when they haue defyled them selues: for I am the Lorde whych sanctyfye them.
22:10There shall no straunger eate of the halowed thinges, nether a gest of the preastes, or an hyred seruaunte.
22:11But yf the preast bye any soule wyth money he may eate of it, and he also that is borne in hys house maye eate of hys bred.
22:12If the preastes doughter be maryed vnto a straunger, she maye not eate of the halowed heue offringes.
22:13Notwithstandyng yf the preastes daughter be a widowe or deuorsed & haue no chyld but is returned vnto her fathers house agayne, she shall eate of her fathers bread as well as she dyd in her youth. But there shall no straunger eate therof.
22:14If a man eate of the halowed thynges vnwyttyngly, he shal put the fyfte part there vnto, & make good vnto the preast the halowed thynge.
22:15And let the preastes se, that they defyle not the halowed thynges of the chyldren of Israel whych they haue offered vnto the Lorde,
22:16lest they lade them selues wyth mysdoynge and trespace in eatynge their halowed thynges, for I am the Lorde which halowe them.
22:17And the lord spake vnto Moses sayinge:
22:18speake vnto Aaron & his sonnes and vnto al the chyldren of Israel & say vnto them, whatsoeuer he be of the house of Israel or straunger in Israell that wyll offer hys offeryng: whatsoeuer vowe or frewyll offerynge it be whych they wyll offer vnto the Lorde for a burntofferyng
22:19to reconcyle them selues, it must be a male without blemysh of the oxen, shepe or gootes,
22:20let them offer nothyng that is deformed for they shall gett no fauoure therwyth.
22:21If a man wil offer a peace offryng vnto the Lord and separate a vowe or a frewyll offeryng of the oxen or the flocke, it must be wtout deformyte, that it may be accepted. There maye be no blemysh therin:
22:22whether it be blynd, broken, wounded or haue a wen, or be maunge or scabbed, se that ye offre no suche vnto the Lord, nor put an offeryng of any such vpon the alter vnto the Lord.
22:23An oxe or a shepe that hath any membre out of proporcion, mayst thou offer for a frewyllofferyng: but in a vowe it shall not be accepted.
22:24Thou shalt not offer vnto the lord that whych is broosed, broken, plucked out or cutt awaye, nether shalt make any soche in youre lande,
22:25nether of a straungers hand shall ye offer an offeryng to your GOD of any soch. For they marre all in that they haue deformities in them, and therfore can not be accepted for you.
22:26And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
22:27when an oxe, a shepe or a goote is brought forth, it shalbe seuen dayes vnder the damme. And from the .viij. day forth, it shalbe accepted vnto a gyfte in the sacrifyce of the Lord.
22:28And whether it be oxe or shepe, ye shall not kyl it and her yong both in one day.
22:29When ye wyll offre a thankofferynge vnto the Lord, ye shal so offre it that ye may be accepted.
22:30And the same daye it must be eaten vp, so that ye leaue none of it vntyl the morowe.
22:31For I am the Lorde, kepe nowe my commaundementes and do them, for I am the Lord.
22:32And polute not my holy name, that I maye be halowed amonge the chyldren of Israel. For I am the Lorde whyche halowe you,
22:33and brought you out of the land of Egypt, to be youre GOD: for 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.