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Matthew's Bible 1537



17:1Then sayde he to the disciples, it cannot be auoyded but that offences will come. Neuerthelesse wo be to hym: through whome they come.
17:2It were better for him that a mylstone were hanged about his necke. and that he were cast into the sea, then that he shoulde offende one of these litelons.
17:3Take hede to youre selues. Yf thy brother trespasse agaynst the, rebuke hym,
17:4and yf he repent, forgeue hym. And thoughe he synne agaynst the seuen tymes in a day, & seuen tymes in a day tourne agayne to the saiyng: it repenteth me, forgeue hym.
17:5And the Apostles sayed vnto the Lorde: encrease oure fayth.
17:6And the Lorde sayde: yf ye had fayth lyke a grayne of mustarde seede, and shoulde say vnto thys sycamine tree, plucke thy selfe vp by the rootes, and plante thy selfe in the sea: he should obeye you.
17:7Who is it of you, yf he had a seruaunt plowyng or fedynge catell, that woulde say vnto hym when he were come from the fielde. Go quickly, and sit doune to meate,
17:8and woulde not rather say to him: dresse, wherwith I may suppe, and gyrde vp thy selfe, and serue me, til I haue eaten and droncken, & afterwarde eate thou, and drinke thou:
17:9Doth he thanke that seruaunte, because he dyd that whiche was commaunded to hym? I trowe not.
17:10So lykewyse ye, when ye haue done al those thinges: which are commaunded you, saye: we are vnprofytable seruauntes. We haue done that whiche was oure duetye to do.
17:11And it chaunsed as he wente to Ierusalem that he passed through Samaria and Galile.
17:12And as he entred into a certayne toune: there met hym .x. that were lepers. Whiche stode a farre
17:13& put forth theyr voyces and sayde: Iesu maister, haue mercy on vs.
17:14When he saw them he saide vnto them: Go and shew your selues to the priestes. And it chaunsed as they went, they were clensed.
17:15And one of them when he sawe that he was clensed, turned backe agayn and with a loude voyce praysed God
17:16and fel doune on his face at hys fete, & gaue him thankes. And the same was a Samaritane.
17:17And Iesus aunswered and sayed: are there not ten clensed? But where are those nyne?
17:18There are not founde that returned agayne to geue GOD prayse, saue only thys straunger.
17:19And he said vnto him: aryse, and go thy waye, thy faythe hath made the whole.
17:20When he was demaunded of the Pharises when the kyngdom of God shoulde come: he aunswered them, and sayd: The kingdome of God cometh not with waytyng for.
17:21Neyther shal men saye: Lo here, lo there. For beholde the kyngdom of God is within you.
17:22And he sayed to hys disciples: The dayes wyll come, when ye shall desyre to se one daye of the sonne of man, & ye shall not se it.
17:23And they shall saye to you. Se here. Se there. Go not after them, nor folowe them,
17:24for as the lyghtenynge that appeareth out of the one part of the heauen, and shyneth vnto the other parte of heauen: So shall the sonne of man be in his daye.
17:25But fyrste muste he suffer manye thynges, and be refused of thys nacyon.
17:26As it happened in the tyme of Noe: So shal it be in the tyme of the sonne of man.
17:27They ate, they dranke, they maryed wyues, and were maryed euen vnto the same daye that Noe wente into the arke, and the floude came & destroyed them all.
17:28Lykewyse also, as it chaunsed in the dayes of Lot. They ate, they dranke they bought, they solde, they planted, they buylte.
17:29And euen the same daye that Lot went out of Zodome, it rayned fyre and brymstone from heauen, and destroyed them.
17:30After these ensamples, shal it be in the daye when the sonne of man shall appeare.
17:31At that daye he that is on the house toppe, and hys stuffe in the house: let him not come doune to take it out. And lykewyse let not him that is in the fielde turne backe agayne to that he lefte behynde.
17:32Remembre Lottes wyfe
17:33Whosoeuer wyll go about to saue his lyfe, shal lose it. And whosoeuer shal lose hys lyfe, shall saue it.
17:34I tel you: In that nyght there shalbe two in one bed, the one shalbe receyued, & the other shal be forsaken.
17:35Two shalbe also a grinding together, the one shalbe receyued, and the other shalbe forsaken.
17:37And they aunswered, & sayde to hym: where Lorde? And he sayed vnto them: wheresoeuer the body shalbe, thyther wyl the egles resorte.
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.