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Matthew's Bible 1537



11:1And when they came nye to Hierusalem vnto Bethphage and Bethanye, besydes mount Olyuete, he sent two of hys discyples,
11:2and sayde vnto them: Go your wayes into the toune that is ouer agaist you. And assone as ye be entred into it, ye shal fynde a coolte tied, whereon neuer man sate: loose hym, and brynge hym hyther.
11:3And yf any man say vnto you: why do ye so? Saye that the Lorde hath nede of hym: and strayghte waye he wyll sende hym hyther.
11:4And they wente theyr waye, & founde a coolte tyed by the dore without in a place where two wayes met, and they losed hym.
11:5And dyuers of them that stode there, sayd vnto them: What do ye lowsyng the coolte?
11:6And they sayed vnto them euen as Iesus had commaunded them. And they let them go.
11:7And they broughte the coolt to Iesus, and caste theyr garmentes on hym: & he sate vpon hym.
11:8And manye spredde theyr garmentes in the way. Other cut doune braunches of the trees, and strawed them in the waye
11:9And they that before, & they that folowed, cryed, saying Hosanna: blessed be he that commeth in the name of the Lord.
11:10Blessed be the kyngdome that commeth in the name of hym that is Lord of our father Dauid. Hosanna in the hyest.
11:11And the Lorde entred into Hierusalem, & into the temple. And when he had loked round aboute vpon all thynges, and nowe the euen tyde was come, he wente oute vnto Bethany with the twelue.
11:12And on the morowe when they were come oute from Bethany, he hungred,
11:13and spied a fygge tree a farre of hauing leaues: and wente to se whether he myghte fynde any thynge theron. But when he came therto, he founde nothyng but leaues: for the tyme of fygges was not yet.
11:14And Iesus aunswered & sayd to it: neuer man eate frute of the here after whyle the world standeth. And hys discyples hearde it.
11:15And they came to Hierusalem. And Iesus went into the temple, and beganne to cast out sellers, and byers in the temple, & ouerthrewe the tables of the money chaungers, & the stoles of them that solde doues,
11:16and woulde not suffer that anye man caryed a vessell through the temple.
11:17And he taught saying vnto them: is it not wryten: my house shall be called the house of prayer vnto al nacions? But ye haue made it a den of theues.
11:18And the Scrybes & hye Priestes hearde it: and soughte howe to destroy him. For they feared hym, because al the people marueyled at his doctrine.
11:19And when euen was come, he wente oute of the citye.
11:20And in the mornynge as they passed by, they sawe the fygge tree dryed vp by the rotes.
11:21And Peter remembred, & sayd vnto him: maister, behold the figge tree which thou cursedest, is wythered away.
11:22And Iesus aunswered, and sayed vnto them: Haue confydence in God.
11:23Verelye I saye vnto you, that whosoeuer shall saye to thys mountayne: take awaye thy selfe, and caste thy selfe into the sea, and shall not wauer in hys herte, but shall beleue that those thynges whiche he sayeth, shall come to passe, whatsoeuer he sayeth, shalbe done to hym.
11:24Therfore I saye vnto you, whatsoeuer ye desyre when ye praye, beleue that ye shall haue it, and it shall be done vnto you.
11:25And when ye stande, and pray, forgeue, yf ye haue any thyng agaynst any man, that youre father also which is in heauen, may forgeue you your trespasses.
11:27And they came agayne to Hierusalem. And as he walked in the temple, there came to him the hye priestes and the Scribes & the elders,
11:28and sayed vnto hym: by what authoritie doest thou these thynges? And who gaue the thys authoritie to do these thynges?
11:29Iesus aunswered and sayed vnto them: I wyll also axe of you a certayne thynge: and aunswere ye me, and I wyll tell you by what authorite I do these thynges.
11:30The baptisme of Iohn was it from heauen, or of menne? Aunswere me.
11:31And they thoughte in them selues, sayinge: yf we shall saye, from heauen: he wyl saye then: why dyd ye not beleue hym?
11:32But yf we shall saye, of men, then feare we the people. For al men counted Iohn that he was a very Prophet.
11:33And they aunswered and sayd vnto Iesus: we can not tell. And Iesus aunswered and sayed vnto them, neyther wyll I tell you, by what authoritie I do those thynges.
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.