Therfore holy brethren, partakers of the celestiall callyng, consider the apostle and hye priest of our profession Christe Iesus,
Beyng faythfull to hym that appoynted hym, as also [was] Moyses in all his house.
For this [man] is counted worthy of more glorie then Moyses, inasmuch as he which hath buylded the house, hath more honour then the house.
For euery house is buylded of some man: But he that buylded all thynges, is God.
And Moyses veryly [was] faythfull in al his house, as a minister, for a witnesse of those thynges whiche were to be spoken after:
But Christe as a sonne [hath rule] ouer his owne house, whose house are we, yf we holde fast the confidence and the reioycyng of that hope vnto the ende.
Wherfore, as the holy ghost saith: Today yf ye wyll heare his voyce,
Harden not your heartes, as in the prouokyng, in the day of the temptation in the wyldernesse,
Where your fathers tempted me, proued me, and sawe my workes 40 yeres.
Wherfore I was greeued with that generation, and sayde: they do alway erre in heart, they veryly haue not knowen my wayes.
So that I sware in my wrath, yf they shall enter into my rest.
Take heede brethren, lest at any tyme there be in you an euyll heart of vnbeliefe, to depart from the lyuyng God:
But exhort ye one another dayly, whyle it is called to day, lest any of you be hardened, through the deceytfulnesse of sinne.
For we are made partakers of Christe, yf we kepe sure vnto the ende the begynnyng of the substaunce,
So long as it is said: to day yf ye wyll heare his voyce, harden not your heartes, as in the prouokyng.
For some when they had hearde, dyd prouoke: howe be it, not all that came out of Egypt by Moyses.
But with whom was he displeased fourtie yeres?
Not with them that had sinned, whose carkases fell in the desert?
And to who sware he that they should not enter into his rest, but vnto them that were not obedient?
And we see that they coulde not enter in, because of vnbeliefe.