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Matthew's Bible 1537



5:1Because therfore that we are iustifyed by fayeth we are at peace wyth God thorowe oure Lorde Iesus Christe
5:2by whom we haue a waye in thorowe fayeth vnto thys grace where in we stande & reioye in hope of the prayse that shalbe geuen of God.
5:3Nether do we so only: but also we reioice in tribulacion. For we know that tribulation bryngeth pacience,
5:4pacience bringeth experience, experience bringeth hope.
5:5And hope maketh not ashamed, for the loue of God is sheed abroade in our hertes by the holye ghost, which he is geuen vnto vs.
5:6For when we were yet weake accordyng to the tyme: Christ died for vs whiche were vngodly.
5:7Yet scrace will anye man dye for a ryghtuouse man. Parauenture for a good man durst a man dye.
5:8But God setteth out his loue that he hath to vs, seing that whil we wer yet sinners, Christ died for vs.
5:9Much more then now (seing we are iustified in hys bloud) shall we be saued from wrath thorowe hym.
5:10For yf when we were enemyes, we were reconciled to God by the death of hys sonne muche more, seynge we are reconciled, we shall be preserued by his lyfe.
5:11Not only so, but we also ioy in god by the means of oure Lorde Iesus Christ, by whom we haue receiued the attonment.
5:12Wherfore as by one man synne entred into the worlde, and death by the means of synne:
5:13And so death went ouer all men, in so much that al men synned. For euen vnto the tyme of the lawe was synne in the worlde, but sinne was not regarded, as long as there was no lawe:
5:14neuerthelesse death reygned from Adam to Moyses, euen ouer them also that synned not, with lyke transgression as did Adam: whyche is the similytude of hym that is to come.
5:15But the gyfte is not lyke as the synne. For yf thorowe the synne of one, manye be dead: muche more plentuous vpon manye was the grace of God and gyfte by grace: Which grace was geuen by one man Iesus Christe.
5:16And the gyfte is not ouer one that sinned. For damnacion came of one synne vnto condemnation but the gyfte came to iustify from many synnes.
5:17For if by the synne of one death reygned by the meanes of one: muche more shall they whiche receyue aboundaunce of grace & of the gyfte of ryghtuousnes reigne in life by the meanes of one (that is to saye) Iesus Christe.
5:18Lykewyse then as by the synne of one, condemnacion came on al men: euen so by the iustifiyng of one commeth the ryghtuousnes that bryngeth lyfe vpon al men.
5:19For as by one mans disobedience many became synners: so by the obedience of one, shall manye be made ryghtuouse.
5:20But the law in the meane tyme entred in, that sinne should encreace. Neuerthelater where aboundaunce of synne was, there was more plentuousnes of grace,
5:21that as synne had reygned vnto death, euen so myght grace raygne thorow rightuousnes vnto eternall lyfe, by the helpe of Iesus Christe.
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.