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Matthew's Bible 1537



15:1We whiche are strong, ought to beare the fraylnes of them whiche are weake, and not to stande in our owne conceptes.
15:2Let euery man please his neyghboure vnto his wealth and edifiynge.
15:3For Christe pleased not hym selfe, but as it is writen: The rebukes of them whiche rebuke the, fell on me.
15:4Whatsoeuer thynges are wrytten afore tyme, are wrytten for oure learnyng, that we thorowe pacyence and comforte of the scrypture myght haue hope.
15:5The God of pacience and consolatyon, geue vnto euery one of you, that ye be lyke mynded one towardes another after the ensample of Christe Iesu,
15:6that ye all agreynge together, maye with one mouthe prayse God the father of oure Lorde Iesus,
15:7Wherfore receyue ye on another, as Christe receyued vs, to the prayse of God.
15:8And I saye that Iesu Christ was a mynyster of the circumcysyon for the trueth of God is to confyrme the promyses made vnto the fathers.
15:9And let the Gentyles prayse God for hys mercye, as it is written: For thys cause I wyll prayse the amonge the Gentyles, & sing in thy name.
15:10And agayne he sayth: reioyse ye Gentyles with his people.
15:11And agayn. Prayse the Lorde all ye gentyles, and laude hym all nacyons.
15:12And in another place Esayas saith: there shalbe the rote of Iesse, and he that shall ryse to reygne ouer the Gentyles: in hym shal the Gentyles truste.
15:13The God of hope fil you with all ioye, and peace in beleuynge, that ye maye be ryche in hope thorowe the power of the holye ghoste.
15:14I my selfe am full certifyed of you my brethren. that ye your selues are full of goodnes and fylled with all knoweledge, and are able to exhorte one another.
15:15Neuerthelesse brethren I haue some what boldelye wrytten vnto you, as one that putteth you in remembraunce thorowe the grace that is geuen me of God,
15:16that I should be the minister of Iesu Christe amonge the Gentyles, and should minister the glad tydynges of God, that the gentils myghte be an acceptable offerynge, sanctifyed by the holye ghoste.
15:17I haue therfore where of I maye reioyce in Christe Iesu, in those thynges which partayne to God.
15:18For I dare not speake of anye of those thynges whiche Christe hath not wrought by me, to make the gentyls obedient, with worde and dede,
15:19in myghty sygnes and wonders, by the power of the spirite of God: so that from Hierusalem and the coastes rounde about vnto Illiricum, I haue fylled al countreys with the glad tydynges of Christe.
15:20So haue I enforced my selfe to preache the Gospell, not where Christe was named, leste I shoulde haue buylt on another mannes foundacyon:
15:21but as it is wrytten: To whom he was not spoken of, they shall see, and they that heard not, shall vnderstande.
15:22For thys cause I haue ben ofte let to come vnto you:
15:23but nowe seyng I haue no more to do in these countreys, & also haue ben desyrous manye yeares to come vnto you,
15:24when I shall take my iorneye into Spayne, I wyll come to you. I truste to set you in my iourneye, and to be broughte on my way thytherwarde by you after that I haue somwhat enioyed you.
15:25Now go I vnto Hierusalem, and ministre vnto the saynctes.
15:26For it hath pleased them of Macedonia and Achaia to make a certayne distribution vpon the pore saynctes, whiche are at Hierusalem.
15:27It hath pleased them verely, and theyr detters are they. For yf the gentyles be made partakers of theyr spirituall thynges, theyr dutye is to ministre vnto them in carnall thynges.
15:28When I haue perfourmed thys, and haue broughte them thys frute sealed. I wyll come backe agayne by you into Spayne.
15:29And I am sure when I come, that I shall come with aboundaunce of the blessinge of the Gospell of Christe.
15:30I beseche you brethren for oure Lorde Iesus Christes sake, and for the loue of the spyryte, that ye healpe me in my busynes, with your prayers to God for me,
15:31that I maye be delyuered from them whiche beleue not in Iewry, and that thys my seruyce, whiche I haue to Hierusalem, maye be accepted of the saynctes,
15:32that I maye come vnto you wyth ioye, by the wyll of God, and maye with you be refreshed.
15:33The God of peace be with you. 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.