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Matthew's Bible 1537



23:1And the whole multytude of them arose, & ledde him vnto Pilate.
23:2And they began to accuse hym saiynge: We haue founde thys felowe peruertinge the people & forbiddinge to paye tribute to Cesar, saiynge: that he is Christ a kinge.
23:3And Pylate apposed him saiynge: art thou the kynge of the Iewes? He aunswered him and sayde: thou sayest it.
23:4Then said Pilate to the hye pryestes, & to the people: I fynde no faute in this man.
23:5And they were the more fearce saiynge. He moueth the people, teachinge thorowout all Iewrye, and began at Galyle, euen to this place.
23:6When Pilate hearde mencion of Galyle, he axed whether the man were of Galyle.
23:7And as sone as he was knewen that he was of Herodes iurisdiccion he sent him to Herode, which was also at Ierusalem in those dayes:
23:8And when Herode sawe Iesus, he was excedinglye gladde. For he was desyrous to se hym of a long season, because he had heard many thinges of him, and trusted to haue sene some miracles done by hym.
23:9Then questioned he with hym of manye thinges. But he aunswered him not one worde.
23:10The hye priestes and scribes, stode forth and accused him straightlye.
23:11And Herode with his men of warre despysed him and mocked him, and arayed him in white, and sent him again to Pilate.
23:12And the same daye Pylate and Herode were made frendes together. For before they were at variaunce.
23:13And Pilate called together the hye priestes and the rulers, and the people,
23:14and sayed vnto them. Ye haue brought this man vnto me, as one that peruerted the people. And beholde I haue examined him before you, & haue founde no faute in this man of those thinges wherof ye accuse him:
23:15no nor yet Herode. For I sent you to him, and lo nothinge worthy of death is done of him.
23:16I wil therfore chasten him and let him louse.
23:17For of necessyte he muste haue let one louse vnto them at that feaste.
23:18And all the people cryed at once saiynge: awaye with him and delyuer to vs Barrabas
23:19which for insurreccion made in the cytye, and morther, was cast into prison,
23:20Pilate spake agayne to them willinge to let Iesus louse.
23:21And they cryed saiynge: Crucifye him, crucyfye him.
23:22He saide vnto them the thirde tyme. What euill hath he done? I fynde no cause of death in him. I will therfore chasten him, & let him louse.
23:23And they cryed with loude voice, & required that he might be crucyfyed. And the voice of them and of the hie priestes preuailed.
23:24And Pilate gaue sentence that it should be as they required,
23:25and let louse vnto them him that for insurreccion and morther, was cast into prison whom they desyreth, and deliuered Iesus to do with him what they woulde.
23:26And as they led him awaye: they caught one Simon of Syren, coming out of the fielde and on him laide they the crosse, to beare it after Iesu.
23:27And there folowed him a great companye of the people and of women, whiche women bewailed and lamented him.
23:28But Iesus turned backe vnto them, and sayed: Doughters of Ierusalem, wepe not for me: but wepe for your selues and for your chyldren.
23:29For beholde the dayes wyll come, when men shall saye: Happye are the baren and the wombes that neuer bare, and the pappes that neuer gaue sucke.
23:30Then shall they beginne to say to the mountaynes fal on vs: to the hilles, couer vs.
23:31For if they do this to a grene tre, what shalbe done to the drye?
23:32And there were two euyll doers led with him to be slayne.
23:33And when they were to the place which is called Caluarye, ther thei crucyfyed him and the euill doers, one on the right hande, and the other on the lifte.
23:34Then said Iesus: father forgeue them, for they wote not what they do. And they parted his rayment, and cast lottes.
23:35And the people stode and behelde. And the rulers mocked him with them saiyng: he holpe other men let him helpe him selfe, if he be Christ the chosen of God.
23:36The souldiers also mocked him and came and gaue him vineger
23:37and sayed: if thou be that kinge of the Iewes, saue thy selfe.
23:38And his superscription was wrytten ouer him, in greke in latine and in Hebrew: This is the kinge of the Iewes:
23:39And one of the euyll doers which hanged, rayled on him saiynge. If thou be Christ saue thy selfe and vs.
23:40The other aunswered and rebuked him saiyng. Neither fearest thou God, because thou art in the same damnacion?
23:41We are ryghtuously punished, for we receyued accordinge to our dedes. But this man hath done nothinge amisse.
23:42And he sayd vnto Iesus: Lord remembre me when thou commeste into thy kyngdome.
23:43And Iesus sayd vnto him: Verely I saye vnto the: to daye shalt thou be with me in Paradise.
23:44And it was about the syxte houre. And there came a darcknes ouer all the lande, vntyl the ninthe houre,
23:45and the sonne was darckened. And the vaile of the temple dyd rent euen through the myddes.
23:46And Iesus cryed with a great voyce, and said: Father, into thy handes I commende my spirite. And when he thus had sayd: he gaue vp the ghoste.
23:47When the Centurion sawe what had happened, he gloryfyed God saiynge: Of a suretye this man was perfecte.
23:48And all the people that came together to the syght beholdinge the thinges which were done: smote their brestes, and returned home.
23:49And all his acquantaunce, and the women that folowed him from Galyle, stode a farre of beholdinge these thinges.
23:50And beholde there was a man named Ioseph, a counselloure, and was a good man and a iuste,
23:51and did not consente to the counsell and dede of them which was of Aramathia, a citye of the Iewes: which same also waited for the kingdome of God:
23:52he wente vnto Pilate, and begged the bodye of Iesus,
23:53and toke it doune, and wrapped it in a lynnen clothe, and layed it in a hewen tombe, wher in was neuer man before layed.
23:54And that same day was the Saboth euen, and the Saboth drwe on.
23:55The women that folowed after, which came with him from Galyle, behelde the sepulchre, and how his bodye was layed.
23:56And they returned and prepared odours and ointmentes: but rested the Saboth daye, accordinge to the commaundemente.
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.