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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1And the Lord talked with Moses sayinge:
6:2when a soule synneth and trespaceth agaynste the Lorde, and denyeth vnto hys neyghboure that whyche was taken hym to keepe, or that was putte vnder hys hande, or that whych he hath violently taken away, or that which he hath deceaued his neighbour of wt soteltie,
6:3or hathe founde that whych was lost and denyeth it, & sweareth falsly in whatsoeuer thinge it be that a man doth & synneth therin.
6:4Then when he hath synned or trespaced, he shall restore agayne that he toke violently awaye, or the wrong which he dyd, or that whych was deliuered him to kepe, or the lost thyng whiche he found,
6:5or whatsoeuer it be about whyche he hath sworne falselye he shall restore it agayne in the whole somme, and shall adde the fyfte part more thereto, and giue it vnto hym to whome it pertayneth, the same daye that he offereth for his trespace,
6:6& shal bryng for hys trespace offerynge vnto the Lorde a ram wythout blemysh out of the flocke, that is estemed worth a trespace offering vnto the prieste.
6:7And the prieste shall make an attonemente for hym before the Lorde, and it shall be forgeuen hym, in whatsoeuer thynge it be that a man doth & trespaceth therin.
6:8And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
6:9Commaunde Aaron and his sonnes saying: this is the law of the burntoffring. The burntoffering shal be vpon the harth of the alter all nyght vnto the mornyng, and the fyre of the alter shall burne therin.
6:10And the prieste shall put on his lynen albe, and his lynen breches vpon hys fleshe, and take awaye the ashes whyche the fyre of the burnt sacrifyce in the aulter hath made, and put theym besyde the aulter,
6:11and then put of hys rayment and put on other, and cary the ashes out without the host vnto a cleane place.
6:12The fire that is vpon the alter shal burne therin and not go out. And the priest shal put wodde on the fyre euery mornynge, and put the burnt sacrifice vpon it, and he shal burne thereon the fat of the peaceofferynges.
6:13The fyre shall euer burne vpon the alter, & neuer go oute.
6:14This is the law of the meatofferyng: Aarons sonnes shall bryng it before the Lorde, vnto the alter:
6:15and one of them shall take his hand ful of the floure of the meat offeryng & of the oyle wyth al the frankencens whych is theron, & shall burne it vnto a remembraunce vpon the aultare to be a swete sauoure of the memoriall of it vnto the Lorde.
6:16And the rest therof Aaron & his sonnes shal eate vnleuended: it shal be eaten in the holy place: euen in the court of the tabernacle of wytnes they shall eat it.
6:17Their part which I haue geuen them of my sacrifice shall not be baken with leuen, for it is most holy, as is the synne offeryng, & trespace offerynge.
6:18All the males amonge the chyldren of Aaron shall eate of it: and it shall be a dutye for euer vnto youre generacions of the sacrifices of the Lorde, neyther shal any man touch it, but he that is halowed.
6:19And the Lord spake vnto Moses saying:
6:20this is the offeryng of Aaron and his sonnes whych he shal offer vnto the Lord in the day when they are anoynted: the tenth part of an Epha of flour, which is a daily meatoffring perpetually: halfe in the mornyng & halfe at nyght:
6:21& in the frying panne it shal be made wyth oyle. And when it is fryed, thou shalte brynge it in as a baken meatofferynge mynsed small, & shalt offer it for a swete sauoure vnto the Lord.
6:22And that priest of hys sonnes that is anoynted in hys stede shall offer it: & it shalbe the Lordes dutye for euer, & it shall be burnt altogyther.
6:23For al the meatofferinges of the prestes shal be burnt altogither, & shal not be eaten.
6:24And the Lord talked wyth Moses sayinge:
6:25speake vnto Aaron & vnto hys sonnes & say: This is the law of the sinne offring. In the place wher the burnt offring is killed shall the synne offering be killed also before the Lord, for it is moste holy.
6:26The prieste that offereth it shall eat it in the holye place: euen in the court of the tabernacle of wytnes.
6:27No man shal touch the flesh therof saue he that is halowed. And if any raimente be sprynkeled therwyth, it shalbe washed in the holy, place,
6:28& the earthen pot that it is soden in shalbe broken. If it be sodden in brasse then the potte shalbe scoured & rynsed in the water.
6:29All the males amonge the priestes shall eate thereof for it is mooste holye.
6:30Notwythstandynge no synne offeryng that hathe hys bloude brought into the tabernacle of wytnesse to reconcyle wythall in the holye place, shall be eaten: but shal be burnt in the fyre.
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.