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Matthew's Bible 1537



11:1I saye then: hath God cast away hys people? God forbyd. For euen I verelye am an Israelite, of the sede of Abraham, and of the trybe of Beniamin,
11:2GOD hath not caste awaye hys people whiche he knewe before. Eyther wote ye not what the scripture sayth by the mouth of Helyas, how he maketh intercessyon to God agaynst Israel, saiynge:
11:3Lorde they haue killed thy prophetes and dygged downe thyne alters: and I am lefte onelye, and they seke my lyfe?
11:4But what sayth the aunswere of God to hym agayne? I haue reserued vnto me seuen thousande men whiche haue not bowed the knee to Baal.
11:5Euen so at thys tyme is there a remnaunte left thorow the election of grace.
11:6Yf it be of grace, then is it not of workes. For then were grace no more grace. Yf it be of workes, then is it no more grace. For then were deseruynge no lenger deseruynge.
11:7What then? Israell hath not obtayned that, that he soughte. No but the electyon hath obtayned it. The remnaunte are blynded,
11:8accordynge as it is wrytten. God hath geuen them the spirite of vnquyetnes: eyes that they should not se, and eares that they shoulde not heare euen vnto thys daye.
11:9And Dauyd sayth: Let theyr table be made a snare to take them wyth all, and an occasyon to fall, and a reward vnto them.
11:10Let theyr eyes be blynded that they se not: and euer bowe doune theyr backes.
11:11I saye then: Haue they therfore stombled, that they shoulde but falle onelye? God forbyd: but thorowe theyr fall is saluacyon happened vnto the gentyles for to prouoke them withall.
11:12Wherfore yf the fall of them, be the ryches of the worlde: and the minyshynge of them the ryches of the gentyles: Howe much more shoulde it be so, yf they all beleued?
11:13I speake to you gentyls, in as much as I am the Apostle of the gentyls: I wil magnify myne offyce,
11:14that I myght prouoke them which are my fleshe, and myght saue some of them.
11:15For yf the castynge awaye of them, be the reconcilinge of the worlde: what shall the receyuing of them be but lyfe agayne from death?
11:16For yf one piece be holye, the whole heape is holy & yf the rose be holy, the braunches are holy also.
11:17Thoughe some of the braunches be broken of, and thou beynge a wylde olyue tree, arte grafte in among them, and made partaker of the rote and fatnes of the olyue tree,
11:18bost not thy selfe agaynst the braunches. For yf thou boste thy selfe, remember that thou bearest not the rote, but the rote the.
11:19Thou wylte saye then: the braunches are broken of, that I might be grafte in.
11:20Thou sayeste well: because of vnbelefe they are broken of, & thou standest stedfaste in faythe.
11:21Be not hye mynded, but feare seyng that God spared not the naturall braunches, leste happlye he also spare not the.
11:22Beholde the kyndnes and rigorousnes of God on them which fell, rygorousnes: but towardes the kyndnes, yf thou contynue in hys kyndnes. Or els thou shalte be hewen of,
11:23and yf they byde not styll in vnbelefe, shalbe graffed in agayne. For God is of power to graffe them in agayn.
11:24For yf thou wast cut out of a naturall wylde olyue tree, and waste graffed contrary to nature into a true olyue tre, howe muche more shall the naturall braunches be graffed into theyr owne olyue tree agayne.
11:25I woulde not that thys secrete shoulde be hyd from you my brethren (leste ye should be wyse in youre owne conceptes) that partelye blyndenes is happened in Israell, vntyll the fulnes of the gentyls be come in:
11:26and so al Israel shalbe saued. As it is wrytten: There shal come oute of Syon he that doeth delyuer, and shall turne away the vngodlynes of Iacob.
11:27And this is my couenaunte vnto them, when I shall take awaye theyr synnes.
11:28As concernynge the Gospell, they are ennemyes for youre sakes: but as touchynge the eleccyon, they are beloued for the fathers sakes.
11:29For verelye the giftes and callyng of god are suche, that it cannot repente hym of them,
11:30for loke as ye in time passed, haue not beleued God, yet haue nowe obtayned mercy thorow theyr vnbelefe:
11:31euen so nowe haue they not beleued the mercye whiche is happened vnto you, that they also maye obtayne mercy.
11:32God hath wrapped all nacyons in vnbelefe, that he myght haue mercye on all.
11:33O the deapnes of the abundaunte wysedome and knoweledge of God: howe vnsearcheable are his iudgementes, and hys wayes paste fyndynge out?
11:34For who hath knoweth the mynde of the Lord? Or who was his counseller?
11:35Other who hath geuen vnto hym fyrst that he myghte be recompensed agayne?
11:36For of hym, and thorowe hym, and for hym, are all thynges. To hym be glorye for euer. Amen
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.