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Matthew's Bible 1537



18:1And he put forth a similitude vnto them signifyeng that men ought alwaies to pray, & not to be werye,
18:2saiynge. There was a Iudge in a certayne cytye, whiche feared not God, neyther regarded man.
18:3And there was a certaine wedowe in the same citie whiche came vnto hym saiynge: auenge of myne aduersarye.
18:4And he woulde not for a whyle. But afterwarde he sayde to hym selfe, though I feare not God, nor care for man,
18:5yet because thys wedowe troubleth me. I wil auenge her least at the least she come and hagge on me.
18:6And the Lord sayed: heare what the vnrightuous iudge sayeth.
18:7And shall not God aduenge his electe, which crye daye and nyghte vnto hym, ye though he defarre them?
18:8I tell you, he wil auenge them, and that quickly. Neuerthelesse when the sonne of man commeth, suppose ye, that he shall fynde fayth on earth?
18:9And he put forth thys similytude vnto certayne, which thrusted in them selues that they were perfecte, and despyseth other.
18:10Two men went vp into the temple to praye, the one a pharise and the other a publican.
18:11The Pharyse stode and prayed thus with hym selfe: God I thanke the, that I am not as other men are, extorsioners, vniust, aduouterers, or as this publican,
18:12I faste twyse in the weke, I geue tythe of all that I possesse.
18:13And the Publicane stode a farre of, and woulde not lyft vp his eyes to heauen, but smote his brest, saiynge: God be mercifull to me a synner.
18:14I tell you: this man departed home to hys house iustifyed more then the other. For euerye man that exalteth hym selfe, shalbe brought lowe. And he that humbleth hym selfe, shalbe exalted.
18:15They broughte vnto hym also babes: that he shoulde touche them. When hys disciples saw that they rebuked them.
18:16But Iesus called them vnto hym, and sayed: Suffer children to come vnto me, and forbyd them not. For of suche is the kyngdome of God.
18:17Verely I say vnto you: whosoeuer receyueth not the kyngdome of God, as a chylde, he shall not enter therin.
18:18And a certayne ruler axed him, saiyng: Good Maister, what ought I to do, to obtayne eternall lyfe?
18:19Iesus sayde vnto hym: Why callest thou me good? No man is good, saue God onlye.
18:20Thou knowest the commaundementes: Thou shalte not committe aduoutrye. Thou shalte not kyll. Thou shalt not steale. Thou shalte not beare false wytnesse: Honoure thy father and mother.
18:21And he sayed: al these haue I kepte from my youth.
18:22When Iesus hearde that, he sayed vnto hym. Yet lackeste thou one thynge. Sell all that thou haste, and distrybute it vnto the poore, and thou shalt haue treasure in heauen, and come, & folowe me.
18:23When he hearde, that he was heauy: for he was very ryche.
18:24When Iesus sawe hym morne, he sayed: with what difficultye shall they that haue ryches, enter into the kyngedome of God:
18:25it is easyer for a camel to go thorowe a nedels eye then for a ryche man to enter into the kyngdom of God.
18:26Then sayed they that hearde that: And who shall then be saued?
18:27And he sayed: Thynges which are vnpossyble with men are possyble with God.
18:28Then sayed Peter: Loo we haue lefte al, & folowed the.
18:29And he sayed vnto them: Verelye I saye vnto you, there is no man that leaueth house, other father or mother, other brethren or wyfe or children, for the kyngdom of Goddes sake,
18:30which same shall not receyue much more in thys worlde: and in the world to come, lyfe euerlastynge.
18:31He toke vnto hym twelue, and sayed vnto them. Beholde we go vp to Hierusalem, & all shal be fulfylled that are wryten by the Prophetes of the sonne of man.
18:32He shalbe deliuered vnto the gentils, and shalbe mocked, and shalbe dispytefully entreated, and shalbe spitted on,
18:33and when they haue scourged him, they wyll put hym to death, and the thyrde daye he shall ryse agayn.
18:34But they vnderstode none of these thynges. And this saiyng was hyd from them. And they perceyued not the thynges whiche were spoken.
18:35And it came to passe, as he was come nye vnto Hierico, a certayne blynde man sat by the waye syde begginge.
18:36And when he harde the people passe by, he axed what it meante:
18:37And they sayed to him, that Iesus of Nazareth passed by.
18:38And he cryed, saiynge: Iesus the sonne of Dauid, haue thou mercye on me.
18:39And they whiche wente before, rebuked hym, that he shoulde holde his peace. But he cryed so much the more, thou sonne of Dauid haue mercy on me.
18:40And Iesus stode still, and commaunded hym to be brought vnto hym. And when he was come neare, Iesus axed hym,
18:41saiyng: What wilt thou that I do vnto the? And he sayde: Lorde that I maye receyue my syght.
18:42Iesus sayde vnto hym: receyue thy syght: thy fayth hath saued the.
18:43And immediatly he sawe, & folowed hym, praysyng God. And all the people when they sawe it, gaue laude to God.
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.