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Matthew's Bible 1537



1:1Thys is the boke of the generation of Iesus Christ the sonne of dauyd, the sonne also of Abraham.
1:2Abraham begat Isaac: Isaac begat Iacob: Iacob begat Iudas and hys bretherne:
1:3Iudas begat Phares & Zaram of Thamar: Phares begat Esrom: Esrom begat Aram:
1:4Aram begat Amidadab: Aminadab begat Naasson: Naasson begat Salmon:
1:5Salmon begat Boos of Rachab: Boos begat Obed of Ruth: Obed begat Iesse:
1:6Iesse begat Dauid the kynge: Dauid the kinge begat Solomon, of her that was the wyfe of Vrye:
1:7Salomon begat Roboam: Roboam begat Abia: Abia begat Asa:
1:8Asa begat Iosaphat. Iosaphat begat Ioram: Ioram begat Hosias:
1:9Hosias begat Ioatham: Ioatham begat Achas: Achas begat Ezechias:
1:10Ezechias begat Manasses: Manasses begat Amon: Amon begat Iosias:
1:11Iosias begat Iechonias & hys brethren about the tyme they were caried awaye to Babylon.
1:12And after they were brought to Babylou Iechonias begat Salathiel: Salathiel begat zorobabel:
1:13zorobabel begat Abiud: Abiud begat Eliachim: Eliachim begat Azor:
1:14Azor begat Sadoc: Sadoc begat Achin: Achin begat Eliud:
1:15Eliud begat Eliazar: Eliazar begat Matthan: Matthan begat Iacob:
1:16Iacob begat Ioseph the husbande of Marie of which was borne that Iesus, that is called Christ.
1:17All the generacions frome Abraham to Danid are .xiiij. generations. And from Dauid vnto the captiuitie of Babylon: are .xiiij. generations. And from the captiuitie of Babylon vnto Christe, are also fourtene generations.
1:18The byrth of Iesus Christe was ou thys wise. When hys mother Mary was betrouthed to Ioseph, before they came to dwell together, she was founde with chylde by the holye Ghost.
1:19Then Ioseph her husbande beinge a perfecte man and loth to make an ensample of her, was mynded to put her awaye secretly.
1:20While he thus thought, behold the Aungel of the Lord appered vnto him in a dreame, sainge: Ioseph thou sonne of Dauid. fear not to take vnto the Mary thy wife. For that which is conceyued in her is of the holye Ghost.
1:21She shall bryngforth a sonne, & thou shalt cal his name Iesus. For he shal saue his people from their sins.
1:22All thys was done to fulfyll that whyche was spoken of the Lorde by the Prophet, saiynge:
1:23Bholde a mayde shall be wyth chylde, and shal bringe forth a sonne, and they shall call hys name Emanuell, whyche is by interpretation, God wyth vs.
1:24And Ioseph assone as he awoke out of slepe, did as the Aungel of the Lorde had bidden him, and toke hys wyfe vnto him,
1:25and knewe her not tyl she had broughte forthe her fyrste sonne, and called hys name Iesus.
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.