When we write and make mistakes and we all do (me in particular), I would not feel to bad because we are in good company. Over the years there have been many different version of the Bible and they do have some classic typo’s. So don’t feel bad, you are in good company.
Here are just a few of them:
Beck’s Bible of the Great Bible: Printed in 1549 became to be known as the “Treacle Bible” for the typo in Jeremiah 8:22 it read. “Is there no treacle] in Gilead?” It should have read “Is there no balm in Gilead?”
Breeches Bible printed in 1579. Genesis 3:7 read “and they sowed figge-tree leaves together, and made themselves breeches.” It should have read “and they sowed figge-tree leaves together, and made themselves coverings.”
Place-Maker’s Bible printed in 1562. Matthew 5:9 reads “Blessed are the placemakers for they shall be called the children of God”; It should have read:”Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God”;
“Manchester edition” 1793: The heading on Chapter 3 of Leviticus and the first verse read: ” The peace offerings must be of bees, sheep, lambs and goats” It should have read: ” The peace offerings must be of beefs, sheep, lambs and goats”
“Denial Bible”: Printed in1792: The name Philip is substituted for Peter as the apostle who would deny Jesus in Luke 22:34.
“Lions Bible” Printed in1804: 1 Kings 8:19 reads “thy son that shall come forth out of thy lions”, It should have read: “thy son that shall come forth out of thy loins”. In the same book they also wrote: In Numbers 25:18 which read: “The murderer shall surely be put together” It should have read: put to death”. “The murderer shall surely be put to death”
“Affinity Bible” Printed in 1927: Contains a table of family affinities that includes the line “A man may not marry his grandmother’s wife.”
And finely my favorite: Because I have actually made this mistake.
“Ears To Ear Bible” Printed in1810: Matthew 13:43 read: “Who has ears to ear, let him hear.” It should have read: “Who has ears to hear, let him hear.”
So don’t feel bad, don’t panic when you see even the worst typo on the website you have been just published on. Just laugh it off and carry on. Just tell people that it is old English required for the continuity of your article.