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Matthew's Bible 1537



16:1I commende vnto you Phebe our syster (whiche is a minister of the congregacion of Cenchrea)
16:2that ye receyue her in the Lorde as it becommeth saynctes, & that ye assiste her in whatsoeuer busynes she neadeth of youre ayde. For she hath suckered many, & myne owne selfe also.
16:3Grete Prisca & Aquyla my helpers in Christe Iesu,
16:4whiche haue for my lyfe layde doune theyr owne neckes. Vnto which not I onlye geue thankes, but also the congregacyon of the gentyls.
16:5Lykewyse grete all the companye that is in her house. Salute my welbeloued Epenetos, whiche is the fyrst frute amonge them of Achaia.
16:6Grete Marye whiche bestowed much laboure on vs.
16:7Salute Andronicus and Iunia my cosyns, whiche were prysoners with me also, which are well taken among the Apostles, and were in christ before me.
16:8Grete Amplias my beloued in the Lorde.
16:9Salute Vrban oure helper in Christ, & Stachys my beloued.
16:10Salute Appelles approued in Christ. Salute them whiche are of Aristobolus housholde.
16:11Salute Herodion my kynsman. Grete them of the houshold of Narcissus whiche are in the Lorde.
16:12Salute Tryphena and Triphosa, whiche women dyd laboure in the Lorde. Salute the beloued Persis, which laboured in the Lorde.
16:13Salute Rufus chosen in the Lorde, and hys mother and myne.
16:14Grete Asincritus, Phlegon, Herman, Patrobas, Hermen, and the brethren whiche are with them.
16:15Salute Philologus & Iulia, Nereus and hys syster, and Olympha, and all the saynctes whiche are with them.
16:16Salute one another with an holye kysse. The congregacyons of Christe salute you.
16:17I beseche you brethren, marke them which cause diuisyon, and geue occasyons of euyl, contrary to the doctryue which ye haue learned: and auoyd them.
16:18For they that are such, serue not the Lorde Iesus Christ: but theyr owne bellyes, and with swete preachynges & flatterynge wordes deceyue the hertes of the innocentes.
16:19For youre obedience extendeth to all men I am glad no doubte of you. But yet I woulde haue you wyse vnto that whiche is good, and to be innocent as concernyng euill.
16:20The God of peace treade Sathan vnder your fete shortelye. The grace of oure Lorde Iesu Christe be with you.
16:21Timotheus my worcke felowe and Lucyos and Iason and Sosipater my kynsmen, salute you.
16:22I Tertius salute you, whiche wrote thys Epistle in the Lorde.
16:23Gayus myne hoste and the hoste of all the congregacion, saluteth you. Erastus the chamberlayne of the citie saluteth you. And Quartus a brother, saluteth you.
16:24The grace of oure Lorde Iesus Christ be with you all. Amen.
16:25To hym that is of power to stablysh you, accordynge to my Gospell and preachinge of Iesus Christe, in vtterynge of the mysterye whiche was kepte secrete sence the worlde began,
16:26but nowe is opened by the scriptures of prophesye, at the commaundemente of the euerlastynge God, to stere vp obedience to the fayth publyshed among all nacions:
16:27To the same God, which alone is wyse, be all prayse thorowe Iesus Christe 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.