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Matthew's Bible 1537



13:1There were presente at the same season, that shewed hym of the Galileans, whose bloud Pilate mengled with theyr owne sacrifice.
13:2And Iesus aunswered, and sayde vnto them: Suppose ye that these Galileans were greater synnes then all the other Galileans, because they suffred suche punishment?
13:3I tell you naye: but excepte ye repente, ye shall all lykewyse peryshe.
13:4Or those .xviij. vpon whome the towre in Siloe fell, & slewe them, thinke ye that they were sinners aboue all men that dwell in Hierusalem?
13:5I tell you naye: But excepte ye repente, ye shal al lykewyse peryshe.
13:6He put forth this similitude: A certayne man had a fygge tree planted in hys vyneyarde, & he came and sought frute theron, and founde none.
13:7Then sayde he to the dresser of hys vyneyard: Beholde thys thre yeare haue I come and sought frute in thys fygge tre, and fynde none, cut it doune: why comvreth it the grounde.
13:8And he aunswered, & sayde vnto hym: Lorde let it alone thys yeare also, tyll I digge rounde aboute it, and dounge it,
13:9to se whether it wyl beare frute, and yf it beare not then, after that cut it doune.
13:10And he taughte in one of theyr synagoges on the Saboth dayes.
13:11And beholde there was a woman which had a spirite of infirmytye .xviij. yeares, and was bowed together, and coulde not lyfte vp her selfe at all.
13:12When Iesus sawe her, he called her to hym, and sayed to her: woman thou arte delyuered from thy dysease.
13:13And he layde hys handes on her, and immediatly she was made strayght, and gloryfyed God.
13:14And the ruler of the synagoge aunswered with indignacion (because that Iesus had healed on the Saboth daye) & sayed vnto the people. There are .vi. dayes, in whiche men oughte to worke, in them come and be healed, & not on the Saboth daye.
13:15Then aunswered hym the Lorde, and said: Hypocryte, doth not eache one of you on the saboth daye, lowse hys oxe or hys asse from the stall, and leade hym to the water
13:16And ought not thys doughter of Abraham, whome Satan hath bounde lo .xviij. yeares, be lowsed from thys bonde on the Saboth daye?
13:17And when he thus sayde, al hys aduersaryes were ashamed, and all the people reioysed on all the excellent dedes, that were done by hym.
13:18Then sayde he: what is the kyngedome of God lyke? or whereto shall I compare it?
13:19It is lyke a grayne of mustarde seede, whiche a man toke and sowed in hys garden: & it grew and wexed a greate tree, and the foules of the ayre made nestes in the braunches of it.
13:20And agayne he sayed, where vnto shall I lyken the kyngedome of God?
13:21it is lyke leuen, which a woman toke, and hyd in thre bushels of floure, tyll all was thorowe leuended.
13:22And he went thorowe all maner of cities & tounes teachynge and iorneynge towardes Hierusalem.
13:23Then sayde one vnto hym: Lorde, are ther fewe that shalbe saued? And he sayde vnto them:
13:24stryue with your selues to enter in at the strayte gate: For manye I saye vnto you wyl seke to enter in, & shal not be able.
13:25When the good man of the house is rysen vp, and hathe shut to the dore, ye shall begynne to stande without, and to knocke at the dore, saiynge: Lorde Lorde open to vs: and he shall aunswere and saye vnto you: I knowe you not whence ye are.
13:26Then shal ye begyn to say: We haue eaten, in thy presence and dronke, and thou haste taught in oure stretes.
13:27And he shall saye: I tell you I knowe you not whence ye are: departe frome me all ye workers of iniquitie.
13:28There shalbe wepynge and gnashing of teth, when ye shall se Abraham and Isaac and Iacob, and all the Prophetes in the kingdome of God, and your selues thruste oute at dores.
13:29And they shall come from the easte & from the west, and from the northe, and from the southe, and shall sit doune in the kyngdom of God.
13:30And beholde there are laste whiche shalbe fyrste. And there are fyrste which shal be laste.
13:31The same daye there came certayne of the Pharises and sayde to him: Get the out of the waye, and departe hence: For Herode wyl kil the.
13:32And he sayed vnto them, Go ye and tell that foxe, beholde I caste oute deuyls, & heale the people to day and to morowe, and the third daye I make an ende.
13:33Neuertheles, I must walke to daye and to morowe and the daye folowynge. For it can not be, that a prophet perysh any other wher, saue at Hierusalem
13:34O Hierusalem, Hierusalem, whiche killest Prophetes, and stonest them that are sent to the: howe often woulde I haue gathered thy chyldren together, as the hen gathered her neste vnder her wynges, but ye would not.
13:35Beholde your habitacion shall be lefte vnto you desolate. For I tell you, ye shal not se me vntyll the tyme come that ye shall say, blessed is he that commeth in the name of the Lorde.
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.