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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1And he entred agayne into the synagoge, & there was a man there whiche had a wyddred hande.
3:2And they watched him to se, whether he woulde heale him on the Saboth daye, that they myght accuse hym.
3:3And he sayde vnto the man whiche had the widdred hande: aryse and stand in the myddes.
3:4And he sayde to them: whether is it lawful to do a good dede on the Saboth dayes, or an euyll? to saue lyfe or kyll? But they held theyr peace.
3:5And he loked rounde aboute on them angerly, mournynge on the blindnes of theyr hertes, & said to the man: stretch forth thyne hand. And he stretched it out. And hys hande was restored euen as whole as the other.
3:6And the Pharyses departed, and strayght waye gathered a counsel with them that belonged to Herode agaynste hym that they might destroye hym.
3:7And Iesus auoyded with hys disciples to the sea. And a great multitude folowed him from Galile, and from Iurie,
3:8and from Hierusalem, and from Idumea, and from beyonde Iordane, & they that dwelled aboute Tyre and Sydon, a great multitude: whiche when they had hearde what thynges he dyd came vnto hym.
3:9And he commaunded hys disciples, that a shypp shoulde wayte on hym, because of the people, leste they shoulde throunge him.
3:10For he had healed many, in so much that they preased vpon hym, for to touche hym as manye as had plages.
3:11And when the vncleane spirites sawe hym: they fell doune before hym, and cryed, sayinge: thou art the sonne of God
3:12And he straytly charged them that they should not vtter hym.
3:13And he wente vp into a mountayne, and called vnto hym whome he woulde, and they came vnto hym.
3:14And he ordeyned the .xij. that they shoulde be with hym, & that he myghte sende them to preache,
3:15and that they myghte haue power to heale sicknesses, and to caste oute deuyls.
3:16And he gaue Simon, to name Peter.
3:17And he called Iames the sonne of Zebede and Iohn, Iames brother, and gaue them Boanarges to name: whiche is to saye, the sonnes of thounder,
3:18and Andrew, and Philip, & Bartelmew, and Mathew, & Thomas, & Iames the sonne of Alphey & Taddeus, & Symon of Cane,
3:19and Iudas Iscaryoth, which same also betrayed hym. And they came into an house,
3:20& the people assembled together agayne, so greately that they had not leasure so much as to eate bread.
3:21And when they that longed vnto hym hearde of it, they went out to holde him. For they thought he had bene besyde hym selfe.
3:22And the scribes which came from Ierusalem, sayde: he hathe Beelzebub, and by the power of the chiefe deuyll casteth out deuyls.
3:23And he called them vnto hym, and sayd vnto them in similitudes. How can Sathan dryue out Satan?
3:24For if a realme be deuyded agaynst it selfe, that realme can not endure.
3:25Or yf a house be deuyded against it selfe, that house cannot continue:
3:26So yf Satan make insurreccyon agaynst hym selfe and be deuyded, he can not contynue, but is at an ende.
3:27No man can enter into a strong mans house and take awaye hys goodes, except he fyrste bynd that stronge man, and then spoyle hys house.
3:28Verely I saye vnto you: al synnes shalbe forgeuen vnto mens children and blaspheme wherwith they blaspheme:
3:29But he that blasphemeth the holye ghost, shall neuer haue forgeuenes, but is in daunger of eternal damnacion,
3:30because they said: he had an vncleane spirite.
3:31Then came his mother and his brethren, & stode wtout, and sent vnto hym & called hym.
3:32And the people sate about him, & said vnto him: beholde thy mother and thy brethren seke for the without.
3:33And he answered them saying: who is my mother and my brethren?
3:34And he loked rounde about on hys disciples, which sate in compasse about him, & sayd: behold my mother & my brethren.
3:35For whosoeuer doth the wil of god he is my brother, my syster, and mother.
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.