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Matthew's Bible 1537



2:1And the thyrd day, was ther a Maryage in Cana a citie of Galile: & the mother of Iesus was ther.
2:2And Iesus was called also & his disciples vnto the mariage.
2:3And when the wyne fayled, the mother of Iesus sayde vnto him: they haue no wine.
2:4Iesus said vnto her: woman, what haue I to do with the? Myne houre is not yet come.
2:5His mother sayd vnto the mynisters: whatsoeuer he saith vnto you, do it.
2:6And ther were standing there, sixe water pots of stone after the maner of the puryfiyng of the Iewes containinge two or thre fyrkins a pece.
2:7And Iesus sayd vnto them: fill the waterpottes with water. And they filled them vp to the bryme.
2:8And he sayd vnto them: drawe out now, & beare vnto the gouerner of the feaste. And they beare it.
2:9When the ruler of the feaste had tasted the water that was turned vnto wyne, & knew not whence it was (but the mynysters whyche drue the water, knewe) He called the brydegrome,
2:10and sayed vnto him: Al men at the beginning, set forth good wine and when men be dronke, then that which is worsse. But thou hast kept back the good wine vntil now.
2:11This beginning of miracles did Iesus in Cana of Galile, and shewed his glory, & hys disciples beleued on him.
2:12After that he descended into Capernaum, and his mother and his brethren, and his disciples: but continued not manye dayes there.
2:13And the Iewes easter was euen at hande, & Iesus went vp to Ierusalem,
2:14and founde syttinge in the temple those that solde oxen & shepe and doues and chaungers of money.
2:15And he made a scourge of smal cordes: and draue them all out of the temple with the shepe and oxen, and poured out the chaungers money, and ouerthrue the tables,
2:16and sayd vnto them that solde doues: Haue these thinges hence & make not my fathers house an house of marchaundise.
2:17And his dyscyples remembred how that it was written: the zele of thyne house hath euen eaten me.
2:18Then aunswered the Iewes & saied to him: what token shewest thou vnto vs, seyng that thou dost these thinges?
2:19Iesus aunswered and said vnto them: destroy thys temple & in thre dayes. I wyll reare it vp again.
2:20Then said the Iewes .xlvi. yeres was thys temple a buildynge, and wylt thou reare it vp in .iij. daies?
2:21But he spake of the temple of hys bodie.
2:22Assone therfore as he was risen from death agayne, his disciples remembred that he thus said. And they beleued the scrypture, and the wordes whyche Iesus had sayd.
2:23When he was at Ierusalem at easter in the feaste many beleued on his name, when they sawe his miracles which he dyd,
2:24but Iesus put not himself in their handes, because he knewe all men,
2:25and neded not that any man shuld testyfy of man. For he knew what was in man.
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.