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Matthew's Bible 1537



8:1In those dayes when there was a very great company, and had nothinge to eate. Iesus called his disciples to hym and sayde vnto them:
8:2I haue compassion on this people, because they haue nowe bene with me thre dayes, and haue nothing to eate.
8:3And if I shoulde send them away fastynge to theyr owne houses, they should faynte by the waye. For diuers of them came from farre.
8:4And his disciples aunswered him: wher might a man haue bread here in the wildernes to satisfie these?
8:5And he asked them: how many loues haue ye? They sayde seuen.
8:6And he commaunded the people to sit doune on the grounde. And he toke the seuen loues, gaue thankes, brake, & gaue to his disciples to set before them. And they did set them before the people.
8:7And they had a few small fishes. And he blessed them and commaunded them also to be set before them:
8:8And they ate and were suffised. And they toke vp of the broken meate that was left seuen baskettes full.
8:9And they that eate were in numbre about foure thousande. And he sent them awaye.
8:10And anone he entered into a shyp with his disciples, and came into the partes of Dalmanutha.
8:11And the Phariseis came forth and began to despute with hym, sekynge of him a signe from heauen, & tempting him.
8:12And he syghed in his spirite and sayed: why doeth this generacion seke a signe. Verely I saye vnto you, there shal no signe be geuen vnto this generation.
8:13And he left them and went into the shyp agayne, and departed ouer the water.
8:14And they had forgotten to take bread with them, neyther had they in the shyp with them more then one lofe.
8:15And he charged them sayng: Take hede of the leuen of the Phariseis, & of the leuen of Herode.
8:16And they reasoned among them selues saying: we haue no bread.
8:17And when Iesus knew that, he sayd vnto them: why take ye thought because ye haue no bread perceyue ye not yet, neyther vnderstande? Haue ye your hertes yet blynded?
8:18Haue ye eyes and se not? and haue ye eares and heare not? Do ye not remember?
8:19When I brake .v. loues among .v.M. How many baskettes ful of broken meate toke ye vp? They sayde vnto him twelue.
8:20When I brake seuen among .iiij. thousande. How many baskettes of the leuynges of broken meate toke ye vp? They sayde, seuen.
8:21And he sayde vnto them: How is it that ye vnderstande not?
8:22And he came to Bethsaida, & they brought a blynde man vnto him, and desired him to touche him.
8:23And he caughte the blynde by the hande, and leade hym out of the toune, & spat in his eyes, and put his handes vpon him, & axed hym whyther he saw oughte.
8:24And he loked vp and sayde: I se the men: for I se them walke, as they were trees.
8:25After that he put his handes agayne vpon his eyes, and made hym se. And he was restored to hys sight: and saw euery man clerely.
8:26And he sent him home to his house saying: neyther go into the town, nor tell it to any in the towne.
8:27And Iesus went out and his disciples into the townes that longe to the cytye called Cesarea Philippi. And by the way he axed hys disciples saying: whom do men say that I am?
8:28And they aunswered: some say that thou arte Ihon Baptist: some say Helias: and some, one of the Prophetes.
8:29And he sayde vnto them: But whome saye ye that I am? Peter aunswered and sayd vnto hym: Thou art very Christ
8:30And he charged them: that they should tel no man of him.
8:31And he began to teache them: howe that the sonne of man must suffer many thinges, and should be reproued of the elders and of the priestes and scribes, and be killed, and after thre dayes ryse agayne.
8:32And he spake that saying openly. And Peter toke him a syde, & beganne to chyde him.
8:33Then he tourned about, and loked on his disciples and rebuked Peter saying: Go after me Sathan. For thou sauerest not the thynges of God, but the thynges of men.
8:34And he called the people vnto hym, wyth his disciples also, and sayde vnto them: Whosoeuer will folowe me, let hym forsake hym self, and take vp his crosse and folow me.
8:35For whosoeuer wil saue his lyfe. shall lowse it. But whosoeuer shal lowse his life for my sake and the gospels: the same shall saue it.
8:36What shall it profite a man, if he shoulde wynne all the worlde, and lowse his owne soule?
8:37or els what shall a man geue, to redeme his soule agayne?
8:38Whosoeuer therfore shalbe ashamed of me and of my wordes, among this aduouterous and synfull generacion, of hym shall the sonne of man be ashamed when he cometh in the glory of hys father with the holy aungels.
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.