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Matthew's Bible 1537



8:1And the Lorde spake vnto Moses saying:
8:2take Aaron and his sonnes wyth hym, and the vestures, and the anointyng oyle and an oxe for a synne offering and two rammes, & a basket of swete bread:
8:3and gather all the comentye togyther vnto the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnes.
8:4And Moses dyd as the Lorde commaunded him, & the people gathered them selues togyther vnto the dore of the tabernacle of wytnes.
8:5And Moses sayed vnto the people: thys is the thing which the Lord commaunded to do.
8:6And Moses brought Aaron & his sonnes & washed them with water,
8:7& put vpon him the albe & gyrded hym wyth a gyrdle, & put vpon hym the tunicle, & put the Ephod theron, and gyrded hym with the brodered gyrdle of the Ephod, and bound it vnto hym therwt.
8:8And he put the brestlappe theron, and put in the breastlappe Vrim & Thumim.
8:9And he put the miter vpon his heade, & put vpon the myter euen vpon the forefront of it, the golden plate of the holy crowne, as the Lord commaunded Moses.
8:10And Moses toke the anoyntyng oyle and anoynted the habitation & al that was therin, and sanctified them,
8:11& sprinkeled therof vpon the alter seuen tymes, and anoynted the alter & all his vessels, & the lauer wyth his fote, to sanctifye them.
8:12And he poured of the anoyntynge oyle vpon Aarons heade, & anoynted hym to sanctify hym.
8:13And he brought Aarons sonnes and put albes vpon them, and gyrded them wyth gyrdelles, and put bonetes vpon theyr heades: as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
8:14And the synne offeryng was brought. And Aaron and his sonns put their handes vpon the head of the oxe of the sinne offering.
8:15And when it was slaine, Moses toke of the bloude and put it vpon the hornes of the alter round aboute wt hys finger, & purified it, & poured the bloud vnto the botome of the alter, & sanctified it & reconciled it.
8:16And he toke all the fatt that was vpon the inwardes, & the kall that was on the lyuer and the two kydneys with their fatt, & burned it vpon the alter.
8:17But the oxe, the hyde, hys flesh and his donge, he burnt with fyre wtout the hoste, as the Lord commaunded Moses.
8:18And he brought the ram of the burntoffryng & Aaron & hys sonnes put theyr handes vpon the head of the ram,
8:19& it was killed. And Moses sprynkeled the bloud vpon the alter round aboute,
8:20and cut the ram in peces & burnt the head, the peces, & the fatte,
8:21& washed the inwardes & the legges in water, and burnt the ram euery whyt vpon the alter. That was a burnte Sacrifice of a swete sauoure, and an offeryng vnto the Lorde, as the Lorde commaunded Moses.
8:22And he brought the other ram that was the fulofferyng, & Aaron & hys sonnes put their handes vpon the head of the ram:
8:23and when it was slayne, Moses toke of the bloude of it, and put it vpon the typpe of Aarons ryght eare, and vpon the thombe of his right hand & vpon the great too of hys right fote.
8:24Then were Aarons sonnes broughte, and Moses put of the bloude on the typpe of the ryghte eare of them, and vpon the thombes of their ryght handes, and vpon the greate tooes of theyr right fete, and sprinkled the bloud vpon the alter round about.
8:25And he toke the fatt and the rompe and al the fatt that was vpon the inwardes, & the kall of the liuer, & the .ij. kidneys with their fatt and theyr right shoulder.
8:26And out of the basket of swete breade that was before the Lord, he toke one swete cake of oyled breade and one wafer, put them on the fatt and vpon the ryght shoulder:
8:27& put altogither vpon Aarons handes & vpon his sonnes handes, and waued it a waue offeryng before the Lorde.
8:28And then Moses toke theym from of theyr handes agayne, and burnte theym vpon the aulter, euen vpon the burnt offeryng: These are the fulofferynges of a swete sauoure & a sacrifice vnto the Lorde.
8:29And Moses toke the breste & waued it a waue offering before the Lorde, of the ram of the fulofferynges: and it was Moses part, as the Lord commaunded Moses.
8:30And Moses toke the anoyntyng oyle and of the bloud which was vpon the alter, and sprinkled it vpon Aaron & vpon his vestimentes & vpon his sons, & on their vestimentes wyth him, & sanctified Aaron & hys vestures & his sonnes & his sonnes vestures also.
8:31Then Moses sayd vnto Aaron & his sonnes: boyle the flesh in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnes & there eate it wyth the breade that is in the basket of fulofferyngs, as the Lord commaunded saying: Aaron and hys sonnes shall eate it:
8:32& that whiche remayneth of the fleshe and of the bread, burne it with fyre.
8:33And se that ye departe not from the doore of the tabernacle of witnes seuen daies longe vntil the dayes of your ful offerynges be at an ende. For seuen daies must your hands be filled,
8:34as they were this day: euen so the Lord hath commaunded to do, to reconcyle you with all.
8:35Se therfore that ye abyde in the dore of the tabernacle of wytnes day & nyght seuen dayes longe, & kepe the watch of the Lorde that ye dye not, for soo I am commaunded.
8:36And Aaron and hys sonnes dyd all thynges whyche the Lorde commaunded by the hand of Moses.
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.