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Genesis 4:1-26

1 Adam knewe Heua his wife: Who conceauynge, bare Cain, sayinge: I haue gotten a man of the Lorde. 2 And she proceadynge furth, brought furth hys brother Habel, and Habel was a keper of shepe. But Cain was a tyller of the grounde. 3 And in processe of dayes it came to passe, that Cain brought of the frute of the grounde an oblacyon vnto the Lorde. 4 Habel also brought of the fyrstlynges of hys shepe, and of the fat therof. And the Lorde had respecte vnto Habel, & to hys oblacyon. 5 But vnto Cain and to hys offrynge he had no respecte. For the whych cause Cain was exceadyng wrothe, and hys countenaunce abated. 6 And the Lorde sayde vnto Cain: Why art thou wrothe, & why is thy countenaunce abated? yf thou do well, shall there not be a promocion. 7 And yf thou dost not well, lyeth not thy synne in the dores? Unto the also pertayneth the lust therof, and thou shalt haue dominion ouer it. 8 And Cain spake vnto Habel hys brother. And it fortuned whan they were in the felde, Cain rose vp agaynst Habel hys brother, and slue him. 9 And the Lorde sayde vnto Cain: Where is Habel thy brother? Whych sayd: I wote not. Am I my brothers keper? 10 And he sayde: What hast thou done? The voyce of thy brothers bloude crieth vnto me out of the grounde. 11 And nowe art thou curssed from of the erth, whych hath opened hyr mouth, to receaue thy brothers bloude from thy hande. 12 If thou tyll the grounde, she shall not proceade to yelde vnto the hyr strength. Fugityue, and vagabounde shalt thou be in the erth. 13 And Cain sayde vnto the Lorde: Myne iniquite is more, then that it maye be forgeuen. 14 Beholde, thou hast cast me out this daye from the vpper face of the erth, and from thy face shall I be hyd: Fugityue also and a vagabounde shall I be in the erth. And it shall come to passe: euery one that fyndeth me, shall slaye me. 15 And the Lorde sayde vnto him: yee, but whosoeuer slayeth Cain, it shalbe auenged seuen folde. And the Lorde set a marke vpon Cain, lest any man fyndynge him, shulde kyll hym. 16 And Cain wente out from the presence of the Lorde, & dwelt in the londe of Nod eastward from Eden. 17 Cain also knewe his wife, whych conceaued & bare Henoch: & buyldinge a cyte, he called the name of the same cyte after the name of hys sonne Henoch. 18 Unto the same Henoch was borne Irad. Irad bedat Mehuiael, & Mehuiael begat Methuschael. Methuschael begat Lamech. 19 And Lamech toke vnto hym two wyues: The name of the one was Ada, & the name of the other was Zilla. 20 And Ada begat Iabal, whych was the father of such as dwell in tentes, & of suche as haue catell. 21 His brothers name was Thubal, whych was the father of such as handle harpe & organe. 22 And Zilla also begat Thubal Cain, which wrought connyngly euery craft of brasse & of yron. The syster of Thubal Cain, was Naema. 23 And Lamech sayde vnto his wyues Ada and Zilla: Heare my voyce ye wyues of Lamech, herken vnto my speche: I haue not slayne a man to the woundynge of my selfe, & a yonge man to myne owne punyshment. 24 If Cain shalbe auenged seuenfolde, truly Lamech seuentye tymes and seuen tymes. 25 Adam knewe his wife agayne, & she bare a sonne, and called his name Seth: For God (sayde she) hath appoynted me another sede in steade of Habel, whom Cain slew. 26 And vnto the same Seth also there was borne a sonne, & he called his name Enos. Then began they to make inuocacyon in the name of the Lorde.

Leviticus 5:15

15 Yf a soule trespace and synne thorowe ignoraunce in thynges that are consecrated vnto the Lorde, let hym brynge for hys trespace vnto the Lorde a ram without blemyshe out of the flockes, valued in money at two sycles after the sycle of the sanctuary, that it maye be for a trespaceofferinge.

Deuteronomy 28:1-68

1 If thou shalt herken diligently vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God, and obserue and do all hys commaundementes, whych I commaunde the thys daye, The Lorde wyll set the on hye aboue all nacyons of the erth. 2 And all these blessinges shall come on the, and ouertake the, yf thou shalt herken vnto the voyce of the Lord thy God. 3 Blessed shalt then be in the towne, and blessed in the feldes: 4 blessed shalbe the frute of thy body, and the frute of thy grounde, and the frute of thy cattell, the frute of thyne oxen, & the flockes of thy shepe: 5 blessed shall be thy basket and thy store. 6 Blessed shalt thou be, when thou goest out, and blessed when thou comest in. 7 The Lorde shall geue ouer thyne enemyes that ryse agaynst the, that they maye fall before thy face. They shall come out agaynst the one waye, and flee before the seuen wayes. 8 The Lorde shall put the blessynge vpon the in thy store houses, & in all that thou settest thyne hande to, & will blesse the in the lande which the Lorde thy God geueth the. 9 The Lorde shall make the an holye people vnto hym selfe, as he hath sworen vnto the: yf thou shalt kepe the commaundementes of the Lorde thy God, and walke in hys wayes. 10 And all nacyons of the erth shall se, that the name of the Lorde, is called vpon ouer the, and they shalbe aferde of the. 11 And the Lorde shall make the plenteous in goodes, in the frute of thy body, in the frute of thy catell, and in the frute of thy grounde, in the lande whych the Lorde sware vnto thy fathers, to geue the. 12 The Lorde shall open vnto the his good treasure, euen the heauen to geue rayne vnto thy lande in due ceason, and to blesse all the laboures of thyne hande. And thou shalt lende vnto many nacyons, but shalt not borowe thy selfe. 13 And the Lord shall set the before and not behynde, & thou shalt be aboue only, and not beneth: yf that thou herken vnto the commaundementes of the Lorde thy God, which I commaunde the thys daye, to kepe and to do them. 14 And se that thou bowe not asyde from any of these wordes, which I commaunde the thys daye, ether to the ryght hande or to the lefte, that thou woldest goo after straunge goddes to serue them. 15 But and yf thou wylt not herken vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God, to kepe & to do all hys commaundementes and his ordinaunces, which I commaunde the this daye: all these curses shall come vpon the, and ouertake the: 16 Cursed shalt thou be in the towne, and cursed in the felde: 17 cursed shall thy baskett be, & thy store. 18 Cursed shall be the frute of thy body, and the frute of thy lande, and the frute of thyne oxen, and the flockes of thy shepe. 19 Cursed shalt thou be when thou goest in, and cursed when thou goest out. 20 The Lorde shall sende vpon the, cursynge, destruccyon, and rebuke in all that thou settest thyne hande to, and that thou doest: vntyll he destroye the, and brynge the to nought quyckely, because of the wyckednesse of thyne inuencyons, and because thou hast forsaken me. 21 The Lorde shall make the pestilence cleaue vnto the, vntyll he haue consumed the from of the lande, whether thou goest to enioye it. 22 The Lorde shall smyte the with swellynge, wyth feuers, heet, burnynge, and wyth the swerde, with wetherynge, and with blastynge. And they shall folowe the vntyll thou peryshe. 23 And the heauen that is ouer thy head shalbe brasse, and the erthe that is vnder the, yron. 24 The Lorde shall turne the rayne of the lande vnto powder and dust: euen from heauen shall they come doune vpon the, vntyll thou be brought to nought. 25 And the Lorde shall plage the before thyne enemyes: Thou shalt come out one waye agaynst them, and flee seuen wayes before them, and shall be scatered amonge all the kyngdomes of the erthe. 26 And thy carkesse shalbe meate vnto all maner foules of the ayre, and vnto the beastes of the erthe, and no man shall fraye them awaye. 27 The Lord wyll smyte the wt the botche of Egypte, and the emarodes, scalle, & mangenesse, that thou mayest not be healed therof. 28 And the Lord shall smyte the with madnesse, and blyndnesse and dasynge of herte. 29 Thou shalt grope at noone dayes, as the blinde gropeth in darkenesse, and shalt not prosper in thy wayes. Thou shalt be oppressed wyth wronge, and be polled euermore, & no man shall sucker the. 30 Thou shalt be betrowthed vnto a wyfe, and another man shall lye wyth her. Thou shalt buylde an house, and not dwell therin. Thou shalt also plante a vyneyarde, and shalt not gather the grapes. 31 Thyne oxe shalbe slayne before thyne eyes, and thou shalt not eate therof. Thyne asse shalbe violently taken a waye euen before thy face, and shall not be restored to the agayne. Thy shepe shalbe geuen vnto thine enemyes, and no man shall rescue them. 32 Thy sonnes and thy daughters shall be geuen vnto another nacyon, and thyne eyes shall se it, & dase vpon them all the daye longe, and there shalbe no myghte in thyne hande. 33 The frute of thy lande and all thy laboures shall a nacion whych thou knowest not, eate, & thou shalt continually suffre violence onely, and be oppressed alwaye: 34 so that thou shalt be cleane besyde thy selfe, for the syghte of thyne eyes whych thou shalt se: 35 The Lorde shall smyte the in the knees and legges, wyth a myscheuous botche that can not be healed: euen from the sole of thy fote vnto the toppe of thy head. 36 The Lorde shall brynge the and thy kynge (which thou shalt set ouer the) vnto a nacyon, which nether thou nor thy fathers haue knowne, that there thou mayest serue straunge Goddes: euen wodd and stone. 37 And thou shalt be wondred at, spoken of, & iested at amonge all nacyons, whether the Lorde shall carye the. 38 Thou shalt carye moche seed out in to the felde, and shalt gether but lytle in: for the greshoppers shall destroye it. 39 Thou shalt plante a vyneyarde and dresse it, but shalt nether dryncke of the wyne, nether gether the grapes, for the wormes shall eate it. 40 Thou shalt haue oliue trees thorowe out all thy coastes, but shalt not anoynte thy selfe wyth the oyle, for thyne olyue trees shalbe roted out. 41 Thou shalt beget sonnes, and daughters, but shalt not haue them: for they shalbe caryed a waye captyue. 42 All thy trees and frute of thy lande shalbe marred wyth blastynge. 43 The straunger that is amonge you, shall clyme aboue the vp on hye, and thou shalt come doune beneth alowe. 44 He shall lende the, & thou shalt not lende hym: he shalbe before, & thou behynde. 45 Moreouer, all these curses shall come vpon the, and shall folowe the and ouertake the, tyll thou be destroyed: because thou herkenedst not vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God, to kepe hys commaundementes, and hys ordinaunces, whych he commaunded the, 46 and they shalbe vpon the as myracles and wonders, and vpon thy seed for euer, 47 because thou seruedst not the Lorde thy God wyth ioyfulnesse and wyth a good herte, whan thou haddest aboundaunce of all thynges, 48 therfore thou shalt serue thyne enemye, whych the Lorde shall sende vpon the in hunger and thyrst, in nakednesse, and in nede of all thynge: and he shall put a yocke of yron vpon thy necke, vntyll he haue broughte the to nought. 49 And the Lord shall brynge a nacyon vpon the from a farre, and from the ende of the worlde, as swifte as an egle flyeth: a nacyon whose tonge thou shalt not vnderstande: 50 a harde fauoured nacyon, whych shall not regarde the person of the olde, nor haue compassyon on the younge. 51 The same shall eate the frute of thy catell, and the frute of thy londe, vntyll he haue destroyed the: and shall leaue the nether corne, wyne, nor oyle, nether the encrease of thyne oxen, nor the flockes of thy shepe: vntyll he haue brought the to nought. 52 And he shall kepe the in, in all thy cyties, vntyll he haue cast downe thy hye walles and stronge holdes, wherin thou trustedst, thorowe out all the lande. And he shall besege the in all thy cyties thorowe out all thy lande, whych the Lorde thy God hath geuen the. 53 And thou shalt eate the frute of thyne awne bodye: the fleshe of thy sonnes, and of thy daughters, whych the Lorde thy God hath geuen the, in that straytenesse and sege, wherwith thyne enemye shall besege the: 54 so that it shall greue the man (that is tender & exceadynge delycate amonge you,) to loke on hys brother and vpon hys wyfe that lyeth in hys bosome, and on the remnaunte of hys chyldren, whych he hath yet lefte: 55 for feare of geuynge (vnto anye of them) of the fleshe of hys chyldren, whom he shall eate, because he hath nothynge left hym in that straytenesse & sege, wherwith thyne enemye shall besege the in all thy cyties. 56 Yee and the woman that is so tender and delycate, that she dare not aduenture to set the sole of her foote vpon the grounde, (for softnesse and tendernesse) shalbe greued to loke on her husbande that lyeth in her bosome, & on her sonne and on her daughter: 57 and on hyr after byrthe (that is come out from betwene her legges,) and her chyldren whych she shall beare: For whan all thynges lack, she shall eat them secretly, in the sege & straytenesse, wherwith thyne enemye shall besege the in thy cyties. 58 If thou wylt not kepe and do all the wordes of thys lawe (that are wrytten in thys boke,) and feare thys gloryous and fearfull name of the Lorde thy God: 59 the Lorde will sende vnto the and thy seed, greate plages and of longe continuaunce, 60 euell sycknesses and of longe duraunce. Moreouer he will bringe vpon the all the diseases of Egypte, and those whych thou wast afrayed of shall cleaue vnto the. 61 And all maner syckenesses, and all maner plages whych are not wrytten in the boke of thys lawe, wyll the Lorde brynge vpon the, vntyll he bringe the to noughte. 62 And ye shalbe lefte fewe in nombre, where before ye were as the starres of heauen in multytude: because thou woldest not herken vnto the voyce of the Lorde thy God. 63 And it shall come to passe, that as the Lord reioysed ouer you, to do you good, & to multiplye you: euen so he wyll reioyse ouer you, to destroye you, & to brynge you to nought. And ye shalbe wasted from of the land, whether thou goest to enioye it. 64 And the Lorde shall scater the amonge all nacions, from the one ende of the worlde vnto the other, and there thou shalt serue straunge goddes, whych thou nor thy fathers haue knowne: euen wodd and stone. 65 And amonge these nacyons thou shalt fynde no ease, neyther shall the sole of thy foote haue rest. But the Lorde shall geue the there an vnquyet herte, and dasyng eyes, and sorowe of mynde. 66 And thy lyfe shall hange before the and thou shalt feare both daye, and nyghte, & shalt haue no trust in thy lyfe. 67 In the mornynge thou shalt saye, wolde God it were nyght. And at nyght thou shalt saye: wolde God it were mornynge: for feare, of thyne harte whych thou shall feare & for the syghte of thyne eyes, whych thou shalt se. 68 And the Lorde shall brynge the into Egipt agayne wyth shyppes, by the waye which I bad the, that thou shuldest se it no moare. And there ye shalbe solde vnto youre enemies, for bondmen and bondwemen: & no man shall bye you.

Luke 10:27

27 And he answered and sayde: loue the Lorde thy God, with all thy hert, & with all thy soule, & with all thy strength, & with all thy mynde: and thy neyghbour as thy selfe.

Matthew 26:52-54

52 Then sayd Iesus vnto him: put vp thy swearde into his sheath. For All they that take the swearde, shall perishe with the swearde. 53 Thinkest thou that I cannot now praye to my father, and he shall geue me more then twelue Legions of angels? 54 But how then shall the scriptures be fulfylled? for this must it be.

1 John 1:9

9 If we knowledge oure synnes, he is faythfull & iust, to forgeue vs oure synnes, and to clense vs from all vnryghtewesnes.

Genesis 9:5-6

5 Els your bloude of your lyues wyll I requyre. From the hande of euery beaste wyll I requyre it, and from the hande of man: From the hande of mans brother wyll I requyre the lyfe of man. 6 Who so sheddeth mannes bloude, by man shall hys bloude be shedde: For in the ymage of God, dyd God make man.

Exodus 22:2-3

2 If a thefe be founde breakynge vp and be smytten that he dye, there shall no bloude be shed for hym: 3 but yf the sonne be vp when he is founde, then there shalbe bloude shede for hym. A thefe shall make restitucyon: If he haue not wherwith, he shalbe solde for his thefte.

Exodus 22:1

1 If a man steale an oxe or shepe and kylle it or selle it, he shall restore fyue oxen for an oxe, and foure shepe for a shepe.

Exodus 21:24-25

24 eye for eye, toth for toth, hande for hande, fote for fote, 25 burning for burninge, wounde for wounde, strype for strype.

Numbers 5:6-7

6 speake vnto the chyldren of Israel: whether it be man or woman. Yf they haue commytted any synne that a man doeth, and haue trespaced agaynst the Lorde, that soule hath done amisse: 7 Therfore they shall knowledge their synne, whyche they haue done, and let hym restore agayne the hurte that he hath done in the hole, and put the fyft parte of it moare thereto, & geue it vnto hym whom he hath trespaced agenste.

Luke 19:1-10

1 And he entred in, & went thorow Hierico. 2 And behold, ther was a man named Zacheus, whych was a ruler amonge the Publicans, and was ryche also. 3 And he sought meanes to se Iesus, what he shuld be: and coulde not for the preace, because he was lytle of stature. 4 And he ran before, and clymed vp into a wylde fygge tree, to se him: for he was to come that waye. 5 And when Iesus cam to the place, he looked vp, and sawe hym, and sayd vnto him: Zache, come downe atonce, for to daye I must abyde at thy house. 6 And he came downe hastelye, and receaued hym ioyfully. 7 And when they sawe it, they all grudged, sayinge: He is gone in to tary with a man that is a synner. 8 And Zache stode forth, and sayd vnto the Lorde: beholde Lorde, the halfe of my goodes I geue to the poore: and yf I haue done eny man wronge, I restore him foure folde. 9 Iesus sayde vnto him: this daye is health happened vnto thys house, because that he also is become the chylde of Abraham: 10 For the sonne of man is come to seke, and to saue that whych was loste.

Romans 13:4

4 For he is the mynyster of God, for thy welth. But and yf thou do that which is, euyll, then feare: for he beareth not the sweard for nought: for he is the mynister of God, to take vengeaunce on hym that doth euyll.

Romans 12:19

19 Dearly beloued, auenge not youre selues, but rather geue place vnto wrath. For it is wrytten: vengeaunce is myne, I wyll rewarde, sayth the Lorde.

1 Timothy 5:8

8 But yf eny prouide not for her awne (& specially for them of her housholde) the same hath denyed the fayth, and is worsse then an infydell.

Exodus 22:1-31

1 If a man steale an oxe or shepe and kylle it or selle it, he shall restore fyue oxen for an oxe, and foure shepe for a shepe. 2 If a thefe be founde breakynge vp and be smytten that he dye, there shall no bloude be shed for hym: 3 but yf the sonne be vp when he is founde, then there shalbe bloude shede for hym. A thefe shall make restitucyon: If he haue not wherwith, he shalbe solde for his thefte. 4 If the thefte be founde in hys hande alyue (whether it be oxe, asse or shepe) he shall restore double. 5 If a man do hurte felde or vineyarde, and put in hys beast to fede in another mans felde: of the best of his owne felde, and of the best of hys awne vineyarde, shall he make restitucion. 6 If fyre breake out and catche in the thornes, and the stackes of corne, or the stondynge corne, or felde be consumed therwith: he that kyndled the fyre shall make restitucion. 7 If a man delyuer hys neyghboure money or stuffe to kepe, and it be stolen out of hys house. If the thefe be founde, let hym paye double. 8 And yf the thefe be not founde, then the goodman of the house shalbe brought vnto the iudges. Whether he haue put hys hande vnto hys neyghboures good. 9 And in all maner of trespace, whether it be for oxen, asse, shepe, rayment or any maner of lost thynge which another chalengeth to be hys, the cause of both partyes shall come before the iudges. And whom the iudges condemne: let hym paye double vnto his neyghboure. 10 If a man delyuer vnto hys neyghboure to kepe, asse, oxe, shepe or whatsoeuer beast it be, and it dye or be hurte or taken awaye (and no man se it:) 11 then shall an othe of the Lorde be betwene them, that he hath not put hys hande vnto hys neyghbours good, and the owner of it shall take the othe, and the other shall not make it good. 12 And yf it be stollen from hym, then he shall make restitucyon vnto the owner therof: 13 If it be torne with wylde beastes, then let hym brynge recorde of the tearynge: and he shall not make it good. 14 And yf a man borowe oughte of hys neyghboure, and it be hurte or els dye, and the owner therof be not by, he shal make it good 15 But yf the owner therof be by, he shall not make it good: namely, yf it be an hyred thinge, and came for hys hyre. 16 If a man entyse a mayde that is not betrouthed, and lye with her, he shall endote her, and take her to hys wyfe. 17 And yf hyr father refuse to geue her vnto hym, he shall paye money accordynge to the dowrie of virgens. 18 Thou shalt not suffre a witch to lyue. 19 Whosoeuer lyeth with a beest, shalbe slayne for it. 20 He that offreth vnto any goddes saue vnto the Lord onely, let him be vtterly roted out. 21 Uexe not a straunger, nether oppresse hym: for ye were straungers in the lande of Egypt. 22 Ye shall trouble no wedowe nor fatherlesse chylde. 23 If ye shall trouble them, and they crye vnto me, I wyll surely heare theyr crye, 24 and then wyll my wrath waxe hoote, and I wyll kyll you with the swerde, and youre wyues shall be wedowes, & youre chyldren fatherlesse. 25 If thou lende money to any of my people that is poore by the, thou shalt not be as a tyraunt vnto hym, nether shalt thou oppresse hym with vsurye. 26 If thou take thy neyghbours rayment to pledge, thou shalt delyuer it vnto hym agayne by that the sonne goo doune. 27 For that is hys coueringe onely: euen the rayment for hys skynne, wherin he slepeth. And whan he crieth vnto me, I will heare hym, for I am mercyfull. 28 Thou shalt not rayle vpon the goddes nether blaspheme the ruelar of thy people. 29 Thy frutes (whether they be drie or moyst) se thou kepe not backe. 30 Thy fyrstborne sonne thou shalt geue me, lykewyse also shalt thou doo with thyne oxen and with thy shepe. Seuen dayes it shall be with the damme, and the eyght daye thou shalt geue it me. 31 Ye shalbe holye people vnto me, neither shall ye eate any flesh that is toorne of beastes in the felde. But shall cast it to dogges.

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