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Matthew's Bible 1537



12:1I beseche you therfore brethren, by the mercyfulnes of God, that ye make your bodyes a quicke sacrifyce holye and acceptable vnto God, which is youre reasonable seruynge of God:
12:2And fashyon not youre selues lyke vnto thys worlde. But be ye chaunged in youre shape, by the renuynge of youre wyttes, that ye may fele what thynge that good, that acceptable, and perfect wyll of God is.
12:3For I say (thorowe the grace that vnto me geuen is) to euery man among you, that no man esteme of hym selfe more then it becommeth hym to esteme: but that he discretelye iudge of hym selfe, accordynge as GOD hath dealt to euery man the measure of fayth.
12:4As we haue many members in one bodye, & all members haue not one offyce:
12:5so we beyng many, are one body in Christ & euery man (amonge our selues) one anothers members.
12:6Seynge that we haue dyuers gyftes, accordynge to the grace that is geuen vnto vs: yf any man haue the gyft of prophesy, let him haue it that it be agreyng vnto the fayth.
12:7Let hym that hath an offyce, wayte on hys office. Let hym that teacheth, take hede to hys doctryne.
12:8Let hym that exhorteth, geue attendaunce to hys exhortacyon. Yf any man geue, let hym do it with singlenes. Let him that ruleth do it with diligence. Yf anye man shew mercy let hym do it with cherfulnes.
12:9Let loue be without dissimulacyon. Hate that whiche is euyll, and cleaue vnto that which is good.
12:10Be kynde one to another with brotherlye loue. In geuynge honoure, go one before another.
12:11Let not the busynes whiche ye haue in hande, be tedyous to you. Be feruente in the spirite. Applye youre selues to the time.
12:12Reioyce in hope. Be pacyent in trybulacyon. Contynue in prayer.
12:13Distribute vnto the necessitie of the Saynctes, and be diligente to harboure.
12:14Blesse them whiche persecute you: blesse, but cursse not.
12:15Be merye with them that are merye. Wepe with them that wepe.
12:16Be of lyke affeccyon one towardes an other. Be not hyghe mynded, but make youre selues equall to them of the lower sorte. Be not wyse in youre owne opinions.
12:17Recompence to no man euyll for euyll. Prouyde afore hande thynges honest in the syght of all men.
12:18If it be possyble, how be it of your part, haue peace with all men.
12:19Derely beloued auenge not youre selues, but geue roume vnto the wrathe of God. For it is wrytten: vengeaunce is myne, and I wyll rewarde sayeth the Lorde.
12:20Therfore yf thyne enemye hunger, feede hym: yf he thurste, geue hym drinke, for in so doyng thou shalt heape coles of fyre on hys head.
12:21Be not ouercome of euyl: But ouercome euil with goodnesse.
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.