1 And thou shalt make an altare of Firre tre, fyue cubytes longe & brode, yt it maye be foure square, & thre cubytes hye: 2 thou shalt make hornes vpon the foure corners of it, & shalt ouer laye it with brasse. 3 Make ashpanes, shouels, basens, fleshokes, cole panes. All ye apparell therof shalt thou make of brasse. 4 Thou shalt make a gredyron also like a nett, of brase, & foure brasen rynges vpon the foure corners of it: 5 from vnder vp aboute the altare shalt thou make it, so that the gredyron reach vnto ye myddest of the altare. 6 Thou shalt make staues also for the altare, of Fyrre tre, ouer layed with golde, 7 and shalt put the staues in the rynges, that the staues maye be on both the sydes of ye altare, to beare it withall. 8 And holowe with bordes shalt thou make it, like as it is shewed the in the mount. 9 And to ye habitacion thou shalt make a courte, an hangynge of whyte twyned sylke: vpo ye one syde an C. cubytes loge towarde the south, 10 & xx. pilers vpon xx. brasen sokettes, & the knoppes wt their whopes of syluer. 11 Likewyse vpon ye north syde there shalbe an hanginge of an C. cubytes loge, twenty pilers vpon twenty brasen sokettes, and their knoppes wt their whopes of syluer. 12 But vpon the west syde the bredth of ye courte shal haue an hanginge of fiftie cubites longe, & ten pilers vpon ten sokettes. 13 Vpo the east syde also shal the bredth of the courte haue fiftie cubytes, 14 so that the hangynge haue vpon one syde fyftene cubites, and thre pilers vpo thre sokettes: 15 And vpon ye other syde fiftene cubytes also, and thre pilers vpo thre sokettes. 16 And in the courte gate there shalbe an hangynge twenty cubytes brode, of yalowe sylke, scarlet, purple, and whyte twyned sylke, wrought with nedle worke, and foure pilers vpon their foure sokettes. 17 All the pilers rounde aboute the courte shall haue syluer whopes, & syluer knoppes, & sokettes of brasse. 18 And the length of ye courte shal be an hudreth cubytes, the bredth fiftie cubytes, the heygth fyue cubytes, of whyte twyned sylke and ye sokettes therof shalbe of brasse. 19 All ye vessels also of the habitacion to all maner seruyce, and all the nales of it, and all the nales of the courte shalbe of brasse. 20 Commaunde ye children of Israel, yt they bringe vnto ye the most cleare & pure oyle oliue beaten, to geue lighte, yt it maye all waye be put in the lapes 21 in the Tabernacle of wytnes without the vayle, that hangeth before the wytnesse. And Aaro and his sonnes shal dresse it from the euenynge vntyll ye mornynge before the LORDE. This shalbe vnto you a perpetuall custome for youre posterities amonge the children of Israel.
Exodus 27 Cross References - Coverdale
5 and called the light, Daye: and the darcknes, Night Then of the euenynge and mornynge was made the first daye.
8 And God called ye firmament, Heauen. Then of the euenynge & mornynge was made the seconde daye.
34 as the LORDE commaunded Moses. So Aaron layed it vp there for a testimony to be kepte.
24 Make me an altare of earth, wher vpon thou mayest offer yi burntofferynges, & peaceofferynges, thy shepe and thine oxen. For loke in what place so euer I make ye remembraunce of my name, there wil I come vnto the, and blesse the. 25 And yf thou wilt make me an altare of stone, thou shalt not make it of hewen stone: For yf thou lift vp thy tole vpon it, thou shalt vnhalowe it. 26 Morouer thou shalt not go vp vpon steppes vnto myne altare, that thy shame be not discouered before it.
4 Then wrote Moses all the wordes of ye LORDE, & gat him vp by tymes in the mornynge, & buylded an altare vnder ye mount with twolue pilers, acordinge to the twolue trybes of Israel:
6 And Moses toke the half parte of the bloude, and put it in a basen, the other half sprenkled he vpon the altare:
9 Like as I shal shewe ye a patrone of the Habitacion, and of all the ornamentes therof, so shall ye make it.
12 and cast foure rynges of golde, & put them in the foure corners of it, so that two rynges be vpon the one syde, and two vpon the other syde.
16 And in ye Arke thou shalt laye the wytnesse, that I wyl geue the.
21 And thou shalt set ye Mercyseate aboue vpon the Arke. And in the Arke thou shalt laye the wytnesse, yt I shal geue the. 22 From yt place wyll I testifie vnto ye, and talke with the, namely, from ye Mercyseate (betwixte the two Cherubyns) which is vpon the Arke of wytnesse, of all that I wyl comaunde ye vnto the children of Israel.
28 and thou shalt make the staues of Fyrre tre, & ouerlaye them with golde, yt the table maye be borne therwith.
31 Morouer thou shalt make a candelsticke of fyne beaten golde, where vpon shall be the shaft with braunches, cuppes, knoppes, and floures. 32 Sixe braunches shall proceade out of the sydes of the candelsticke, out of euery syde thre braunches. 33 Euery braunch shal haue thre cuppes, (like allmondes) thre knoppes, and thre floures. These shalbe the sixe braunches of the candilsticke. 34 But the shaft of the candilsticke it self shal haue foure cuppes, knoppes and floures, 35 and allwaie a knoppe vnder two braunches, of the sixe that proceade out of the candilsticke. 36 For both the knoppes and braunches shall proceade out of the shaft, all one pece of fyne beaten golde. 37 And thou shalt make seuen lampes aboue there on, that they maye geue light one ouer agaynst another,
40 And se that thou make it after the patrone that thou hast sene in the mount.
31 And thou shalt make a vayle of yalow sylke, scarlet, purple, & whyte twyned sylke. And Cherubyns shalt thou make theron of broderd worke,
32 and shalt hange it vpon foure pilers of Fyrre tre which are ouerlayed with golde, hauynge knoppes of golde, and foure sokettes of syluer. 33 And the vayle shalt thou festen with buttons, and set the Arke of wytnesse within the vayle, that it maye be vnto you a difference betwixte the holy and the Most holy.
33 And the vayle shalt thou festen with buttons, and set the Arke of wytnesse within the vayle, that it maye be vnto you a difference betwixte the holy and the Most holy. 34 And thou shalt set the Mercy seate vpon the Arke of wytnesse in the Most holy. 35 But set the table without the vayle, and the candelsticke ouer agaynst ye table vpon ye south syde of the Tabernacle, that the table maie stonde on the north syde. 36 And in the dore of the Tabernacle thou shalt make an hanginge, of yalow sylke, purple, scarlet and whyte twyned sylke.
3 Make ashpanes, shouels, basens, fleshokes, cole panes. All ye apparell therof shalt thou make of brasse.
9 And to ye habitacion thou shalt make a courte, an hangynge of whyte twyned sylke: vpo ye one syde an C. cubytes loge towarde the south,
39 Thou shalt make an albe also of whyte sylke, and a myter of whyte sylke, and a gyrdle of nedle worke.
43 And Aaron and his sonnes shall haue them on, whan they go in to the Tabernacle of wytnesse, or go vnto the altare to mynister in the Holy, that they beare not their synne, and dye. This shalbe a perpetual custome for him, and his sede after him.
9 & put the albes vpon them, and gyrde both Aaron & them with gyrdles, & set the bonettes vpon their heades, that they maye haue the presthode for a perpetuall custome. And thou shalt fyll the hades of Aaron and his sonnes, 10 and brynge forth the bullocke before the Tabernacle of wytnesse. And Aaron and his sonnes shall laye their hades vpon the heade of the bullocke,
12 and shalt take of his bloude, and put it vpon the hornes of the altare with thy fynger, and poure all the other bloude vpon the botome of the altare.
28 And it shalbe a perpetuall custome for Aaro and his sonnes of ye children of Israel: for it is an Heue offrynge, and the Heue offrynge shalbe the LORDES dewtye of the children of Israel, in their deade offrynges and Heueoffrynges which they do vnto the LORDE.
42 This is the daylie burntofferynge amonge youre posterities, at the dore of the Tabernacle of wytnesse before the LORDE, where I will proteste vnto you, and talke with the.
44 and wyl halowe the Tabernacle of wytnes and the altare, and consecrate Aaro and his sonnes, to be my prestes.
4 and two golde rynges on ether syde vnder the crowne, that there maie be staues put therin, to beare it withall.
8 In like maner whan he lighteth the lampes at euen, he shall burne soch incense also. This shal be the daylie incense before the LORDE amonge youre posterities.
36 And thou shalt beate it to poulder, and shalt put of the same before the wytnesse in the Tabernacle of wytnesse, from whence I wyll proteste vnto the,
13 the table with his staues & all his apparell: & the shewbred: 14 The cadilsticke of light and his apparell, and his lampes, & the oyle for the lightes: 15 The altare of incense with his staues: The anoyntynge oyle and spyces for incense: The hangynge before ye Tabernacle dore: 16 The alter of burntofferynges with his brasen gredyron, staues and all his apparell: The lauer with his fote:
18 The nales of the habitacion and of ye courte with their coardes:
17 & made fiftie loupes a longe by ye edge of euery curtayne, wherby they might be coupled together,
1 And the altare of burntoffrynges made he of Fyrre tre, fyue cubytes loge & brode, eauen foure squared, & thre cubites hye. 2 And made foure hornes, which proceaded out of the foure corners therof, and ouerlaied it with brasse. 3 And he made all maner of vessels for the altare, cauldrons, shouels, basens, fleshokes, and colepannes all of brasse.
4 And vnto the altare he made a brasen gredyron of net worke rounde aboute, from vnder vp vnto the myddest of the altare,
9 And he made the courte on ye south syde: hangynges an hundreth cubytes longe, of whyte twyned sylke, 10 with the twetye pilers therof, and twentye sokettes of brasse: but the knoppes and whopes of syluer. 11 In like maner vpon the north syde an hundreth cubytes with twentye pilers, and twentye sokettes of brasse, but their knoppes & whoopes of syluer. 12 Vpon the west syde fiftie cubytes with ten pilers and te sokettes, but their knoppes and whoopes of syluer. 13 Vpon the East syde fiftie cubytes. 14 Fiftene cubytes vpon either syde of the courte dore, wt thre pilers and thre sokettes: 15 (Omitted Text) 16 So that all the hanginges of the courte were of whyte twyned sylke, 17 and the sokettes of the pilers were of brasse, & their knoppes and whoopes of syluer: their heades were ouerlayed wt syluer, & all the pilers of the courte were whooped aboute with syluer. 18 And the hangynge in ye courte gate made he wt nedle worke, of yalowe sylke, scarlet, purple, & whyte twyned sylke, twentye cubytes longe, & fyue cubytes hye, after the measure of the hanginges of the courte: 19 foure pilers also therto, & foure sokettes of brasse, and their knoppes of syluer, and their heades ouerlayed, and their whoopes of syluer. 20 And all the nales of the Habitacion and of the courte rounde aboute, were of brasse.
20 And all the nales of the Habitacion and of the courte rounde aboute, were of brasse.
31 and the sokettes of ye courte rounde aboute, and the sokettes of ye courte gate, all ye nales of the Habitacion, & all ye nales of ye courte rounde aboute.
29 and the girdle of nedle worke euen of whyte twyned sylke, yalow sylke, scarlet, and purple, as the LORDE commaunded Moses.
37 the candilsticke, wt the lampes prepared, and all his apparell, & oyle for the lightes,
40 the hangynges of ye courte wt the pilers & sokettes therof, ye hanginge in the courte gate wt his pilers & nales, & all the ordynaunce for the seruyce of the Habitacion of ye Tabernacle of wytnesse,
3 and shal put the Arke of wytnes therin, and hange the vayle before ye Arke.
8 & set the courte rounde aboute, and hange vp the hanginge in the courte gate.
10 And thou shalt anoynte the altare of burntofferynges and all his vessels, and consecrate it, that it maye be most holy.
29 As for the altare of burntofferynges, he set it before the dore of the Habitacion of ye Tabernacle of wytnesse, and offred burntofferynges and meateofferynges theron, as the LORDE commaunded him.
8 & shal laye his hande vpon the heade of it, and sleye it before the Tabernacle of wytnesse. And Aarons sonnes shal sprenkle his bloude rounde aboute vpon the altare,
17 All the fatt is the LORDES. Let this be a perpetuall lawe amonge yor posterities in all youre dwellynges, that ye eate no fatt, ner bloude.
7 And he shal put of the same bloude vpon the hornes of the altare of incense, yt stondeth before ye LORDE in the Tabernacle of wytnesse: & all the bloude of the bullocke shal he poure vpon the botome of the altare of burntofferinges, yt stondeth at the entringe in of ye Tabernacle of wytnesse.
18 And shall put of the bloude vpon the hornes of the altare, yt stondeth before the LORDE in the Tabernacle of wytnesse: & all ye other bloude shal he poure vpo the botome of ye altare of burntofferynges, yt stondeth before the dore of ye Tabernacle of wytnesse.
25 The shal ye prest take of ye bloude of ye synofferinge wt his fynger, and put it vpon the altare of burntofferynges, & poure the other bloude vpon the botome of the altare of burntofferynges.
15 and then was he slayne. And Moses toke of the bloude, & put it vpon the homes of the altare rounde aboute with his fynger, and purified the altare, and poured the bloude vpon the botome of the altare, and consecrated it, that he might reconcyle it.
12 And he shall take a censor full of coales from the altare that stondeth before the LORDE, and his handfull of beaten incense, and brynge them in within ye vayle,
18 And wha he goeth forth vnto the altare that stondeth before the LORDE, he shal reconcyle it, and shal take of ye bullockes bloude, and of the goates bloude, & put it vpon the hornes of the altare rounde aboute.
34 This shal be a perpetuall lawe vnto you, that ye reconcyle ye children of Israel from all their synnes once a yeare. And Moses dyd, as the LORDE commaunded him.
1 And the LORDE spake vnto Moses, & sayde: 2 Comaunde the children of Israel, that they brynge pure oyle olyue beaten for lightes, that it maye be allwaye put in the lampes, 3 without before the vayle of wytnesse in the Tabernacle of wytnesse. And Aaron shall dresse it allwaye at euen & in ye mornynge before the LORDE. Let this be a perpetuall lawe vnto youre posterities.
9 And they shalbe Aarons & and his sonnes, which shal eate them in the holy place. For this is his most holy of the offerynges of the LORDE for a perpetuall dewtye.
37 ye pilers also aboute ye courte, with the sokettes, and nales, and cordes.
13 They shal swepe the asshes also from the altare, and sprede a clothe of scarlet ouer it, and set all his vessels theron, 14 that they occupye vpon it: colepames, fleshokes, shouels, basens, with all the apparell of the altare, and they shal sprede a couerynge of doo skynnes theron, and put his staues therto.
14 that they occupye vpon it: colepames, fleshokes, shouels, basens, with all the apparell of the altare, and they shal sprede a couerynge of doo skynnes theron, and put his staues therto.
32 the pilers of the courte also rounde aboute, and the sokettes and nales and cordes, with all their apparell, acordynge to all their seruyce. And vnto euery one shall ye appoynte his porcion of charge to waite vpon the apparell.
44 & the summe was thre thousande, and two hundreth.
9 And thou shalt brynge the Leuites before the Tabernacle of wytnesse, and gather together the whole congregacion of ye children of Israel,
38 (For the censers of these synners are halowed thorow their soules) yt they maye be beate in to thinne plates, & fastened vpon ye altare. For they are offred before ye LORDE, & halowed: and they shalbe a token vnto ye childre of Israel. 39 And Eleasar the prest toke ye brasen censers which they yt were burnt, had offred, & bet the to plates, to fasten the vpon ye altare
23 But the Leuites shal do the seruyce in the Tabernacle of witnes, & shal beare their synne, for a perpetuall lawe amonge youre posterities. And they shall inheret none inheritaunce amonge the children of Israel.
21 And who so euer toucheth the spreklinge water, shal be vncleane vntill the euen.
30 Shulde they not finde & deuide the spoyle, vnto euery man a fayre mayde or two for a pray, & partye coloured garmetes of nedle worke to Sissera for a spoyle, partye coloured garmentes of nedle worke aboute the necke for a pray?
9 But the Olyue tre answered them: Shall I go and leaue my fatnesse (which both God and men commende in me) and go to be puft vp aboue the trees?
13 ner the dutye of the prestes vnto the people: but whan eny man wolde offre oughte, the prestes boye came, whyle the flesh was seethinge, and had a thre forked fleshoke in his hande, 14 and thrust it in to the cauldron, or ketell, or panne, or pot: and loke what he drue forth with the fleshoke, that toke the prest therof. Thus dyd they vnto all Israel, which came thither vnto Silo.
3 And Samuel had layed him downe in ye temple of the LORDE (where the Arke of God was) before ye lampe of God was put out.
25 From that tyme forth hath this bene an ordinaunce & lawe in Israel vnto this daye.
18 And Gad came to Dauid at the same tyme, and saide vnto him: Go vp, and set vp an altare vnto the LORDE in ye barne of Arafna the Iebusite.
50 But Adonias was afrayed of Salomon, and gat him vp, and wete his waye, & toke holde of ye hornes of ye altare.
28 And this rumonre came before Ioab: for Ioab cleued vnto Adonias, and not vnto Salomon. Then fled Ioab into the Tabernacle of the LORDE, and toke holde of the hornes of the altare.
36 And he buylded a courte also within wt thre rowes of fre stone, and with one rowe of playne Ceder tymber.
40 And Hiram made pottes also and shouels and basens, & so fynished he all the worke, that kynge Salomon caused to be made in the house of the LORDE:
45 And the pottes, shouels and basens. And all the ornamentes which Hiram made vnto kynge Salomon for the house of the LORDE, were of pure metall.
64 The same daye dyd the kynge dedicate the myddelmost courte, which was before the house of the LORDE: that he mighte there perfourme the burntofferynges, meatofferynges, and the fat of the deedofferynges: for the brasen altare that stode before ye LORDE, was to litle for the burntofferynges, meatofferynges, and for the fat of the deedofferynges.
15 And ye chefe captayne toke awaye ye censors and basens yt were of golde and syluer,
11 And Dauid gaue Salomon his sonne a patrone of the Porche, and of his house, and of the celles and perlers and ynnermer chabers, and of the house of the Mercyseate,
17 And pure golde for the fleshokes, basens and censors: and for the golden cuppes, vnto euery cuppe his weight: and for the siluer cuppes, vnto euery cuppe his weighte:
19 All this is geuen me in wrytinge of the hande of the LORDE, to make me vnderstonde all the workes of the patrone.
1 He made a brasen altare also, twentye cubytes longe, and twentye cubytes brode, and ten cubites hye.
11 And Hiram made cauldrous, shouels and basens. So Hiram fynished the worke which he made for kynge Salomon in the house of God:
16 And pottes, shouels, fleshokes, and all their vessels made Hiram Abif of pure metall for kynge Salomon vnto the house of the LORDE.
11 and euery mornynge and euery euenynge kyndle they the burntofferynges vnto the LORDE, and the swete incense, and prepare the shewbred vpo the pure table, and the golden candilsticke with his lampes, to be kyndled euery euenynge: for we wayte vpo the LORDE oure God. As for you, ye haue forsaken him.
5 And vnto all the hoost of heauen buylded he altares in both the courtes of ye house of the LORDE.
8 But now is there a litle and sodane graciousnes come from the LORDE oure God, so that some of vs are escaped, that he maie geue vs a nayle in his holy place, that oure God maye lighte oure eyes, and geue vs a litle lyfe in oure bondage.
5 Thou preparest a table before me agaynst mine enemies: thou anoyntest my heade with oyle, & fyllest my cuppe full.
14 The kynges doughter is all glorious within, hir clothinge is of wrought golde.
10 For one daye in thy courte is better then a thousande:
13 The rightuous shal florish like a palme tre, and growe like a Cedre of Libanus.
4 go youre waye in to his gates the with thankesgeuynge, & in to his courtes wt prayse: be thakfull vnto him, & speake good of his name.
19 in the courtes of the LORDES house, eue in the myddest of the, o Ierusalem. Halleluya.
27 God is the LORDE, & hath shewed vs light: O garnish the solempne feast with grene braunches, eue vnto the hornes of ye aulter.
1 Beholde, O prayse the LORDE all ye seruauntes of the LORDE, ye that by night stode in the house of the LORDE.
11 For the wordes of ye wyse are like prickes and nales that go thorow, wherwith men are kepte together: for they are geuen of one shepherde onely.
23 I wil fasten him to a nale in the place of the most hie faithfulnesse, and he shalbe vpon the glorius trone of his fathers house. 24 They shal hage vpon him all the glory of his fathers house, of the children and childers childre, all apparel small and great, all instrumentes of measure & musike. 25 This shal come to passe, (saieth the LORDE of hoostes) when the nale, yt is fastened to the place of the highest faithfulnesse: shalbe pluckt of, And whe the weight that hangeth vpon it, shal fall, be broken, and hewen in peces. For the LORDE himself hath sayde it.
20 There shal Sion be sene, the head citie of oure solempne feastes. There shal thine eyes se Ierusalem that glorious habitation: the tabernacle that neuer shal remoue, whose nales shal neuer be taken out worlde without ende, whose coardes euerychone shal neuer corruppe:
18 They toke awaye also the Cauldrons, shouels, flesh hokes, sprinklers, spones & all the brasen vessell that was occupide in the seruyce: 19 with the basens, colepannes, sprinklers, pottes, candilstickes, spones, and cuppes: wherof some were of golde, and some of syluer. 20 The chefe captayne toke also the two pilers, the lauer, the xij brasen bullockes yt stode vnder ye seate, which kinge Salomon made in the house of the LORDE: & all the vessell conteyned so moch metall, that it might not be weyed 21 For euery piler was xviij cubites hie, & the rope that went aboute it, was xij cubites, & foure fingers thick and rounde:
14 He made pilers also lx cubites hie, rounde aboute the courte dore.
20 And the dore in the vttemost courte towarde the north, measured he after the legth and bredth:
23 Now ye dore of the ynnermer courte stode straight ouer agaynst the dore, that was towarde ye north east. From one dore to another, he measured an C cubites.
28 So he brought me in to ye ynnermer courte, thorow the dore of the south syde: which he measured, & it had the measure afore sayde.
32 He brought me also in to the ynmost courte vpon the east syde, and measured the dore, acordinge to ye measure afore sayde.
44 On the outsyde of the ynnermer dore were the syngers chambers in the inwarde courte besyde ye north dore ouer agaynst the south. There stode one also, besyde the east dore north warde.
3 ouer agaynst the xx. cubites of the ynnermer courte, & agaynst the paued worke that was in the fore courte. Besyde all these thre there stode pilers, one ouer against another:
13 This is the measure of the aulter (after the true cubite,: which is a spanne longer then another cubite) his botome in the myddest was a cubite longe and wyde, and the ledge that wente rounde aboute it, was a spanne brode. This is the heyth of the aulter: 14 From the grounde to the lower steppes the length is two cubites, and the bredth one cubite: and from the lower steppes to the higher are foure cubites, & the bredth but one cubite. 15 The aulter was foure cubites hie, & from the aulter vpwarde stode foure hornes, 16 and it was xij cubites longe and xij cubites brode, vpon the foure corners: 17 the coueringe of the aulter was xiiij cubites longe and brode vpon the foure corners, and the ledge that wente rounde aboute, had half a cubite: and the botome therof rounde aboute one cubite: his steppes stode towarde the easte.
20 then sayde he vnto me: This is the place, where the prestes shall dight the trespace and synofferynges, & bake ye meatofferynges: that they nede not beare the in to the outwarde courte, and so to vnhalowe the people. 21 So he brought me in to the vttemost courte, rounde aboute all the foure corners. Beholde, in euery corner of ye fore courte, there was yet a litle courte. 22 Yee in all the foure corners of the courte, there was made a litle courte of xl. cubites longe, and xxx. cubites brode: these foure litle courtes were of one like measure, 23 & there went a rygge wall rounde aboute them all foure, vnder the which there were harthes made rounde aboute. 24 Then sayde he vnto me: This is the kechin, where the ministers of the house shal dight the slayne offerynges of the people.
11 Then answered I, & sayde vnto him: What are these two olyue trees vpon the right and left syde of the candilsticke? 12 I spake morouer, & sayde vnto him: what be these ij. olyue braunches which (thorow ye two golden pipes) emptie them selues into the golde? 13 He answered me, & sayde: knowest thou not, what these be? And I sayde: No, my lorde. 14 Then sayde he: These are the two olyue braunches, that stonde before the ruler of the whole earth.
4 Out of Iuda shal come the helmet, the nale, the batelbowe, and all the princes together.
7 For the prestes lippes shulde be sure knowlege, that men maye seke the lawe at his mouth, for he is a messaunger of the LORDE of hoostes.
16 the people which sat in darknes, sawe a greate lyght, & to them which sat in the region & shadowe of deeth, lyght is begone to shyne.
9 But in vayne do they serue me, whyle they teach soch doctrynes as are nothinge but the commaundementes of men.
35 Let youre loynes be gerded aboute, and youre lightes burnynge,
35 He was a burnynge and shyninge light, but ye wolde haue reioysed a litle whyle in his light.
6 For God that comaunded the light to shyne out of darcknesse, hath geuen a cleare shyne in oure hertes, yt by vs ye light of ye knowlege of the glory of God mighte come forth, in the face of Iesus Christ.
20 Wherfore yf ye be deed with Christ from the ordinaunces of the worlde, why are ye holden the with soch tradicions, as though ye lyued after the worlde? As whan they saye: 21 Touch not this, taist not that, handle not that. 22 All these thinges do hurte vnto men, because of the abuse of them, which abuse commeth onely of the commaundementes and doctrynes of men: 23 which thinges haue a shyne of wyssdome thorow chosen spiritualtie and humblenes, and in that they spare not the body, and do the flesh no worshipe vnto his nede.
18 yt by two immutable thinges (in the which it is vnpossible yt God shulde lye) we mighte haue a stronge consolacion: euen we, which are fled to holde fast the hope that is set before vs,
5 offer giftes (which prestes serue vnto the ensample and shadowe of heauely thinges, euen as the answere of God was geuen vnto Moses, whan he was aboute to fynish the Tabernacle: Take hede (sayde he) that thou make all thinges acordinge to the patrone shewed the in the mount.)
10 We haue an altare, wherof they haue no power to eate, which serue in the Tabernacle.
19 We haue also a sure worde of prophecie, and ye do well that ye take hede thervnto, as vnto a lighte that shyneth in a darke place vntyll the daye dawne, and the daye starre aryse in youre hertes.
1 Vnto the angell of the congregacion of Ephesus wryte: These thinges sayth he that holdeth the seuen starres in his righthonde, and walketh in the myddes of the seuen golde candelstickes:
4 These are two olyue trees, and two candelstyckes, stondinge before the God of the earth.