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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1What shall we saye then? Shal we continue in synne, that there maye be aboundaunce of grace?
6:2God forbide. How shal we that are deade as touchynge synne, lyue any lenger therin?
6:3Remembre ye not that al we which are baptised in the name of Iesus Christe, are baptised to dye wyth hym?
6:4We are buried wyth hym by baptisme, for to dye that lykewyse as Christe was raysed vp from death by the glorye of the father: euen so we also shoulde walke in a newe lyfe.
6:5For yf we be grafted in deathe lyke vnto hym: euen so muste we be in the resurrection.
6:6Thys we muste remember, that oure olde man is crucified wyth hym also, that the bodye of synne myght vtterlye be destroyed, that hence forthe we should not be seruauntes of synne.
6:7For he that is dead is iustifyed from synne.
6:8Wherefore yf we be deade wyth Christe, we beleue that we shall lyue with hym:
6:9remembrynge that Christe ones raysed from death, dieth no more, death hath nomore power ouer hym.
6:10For as touchynge that he dyed, he died concernynge synne, ones. And as touchinge that he liueth, he liueth vnto God.
6:11Lyke wyse ymagyne ye also, that ye are dead concernynge synne: but are a lyue vnto God thorowe Iesus Christe oure Lorde.
6:12Lette not synne reygne therefore in youre mortall bodyes, that ye shoulde thereunto obey in the lustes of yt.
6:13Neyther geue ye youre members as instrumentes of vnrightuousnes vnto sinne: but geue yourselues vnto god, as they that are aliue from death. And geue your membres as instrumentes of ryghtuousnes vnto God,
6:14Let not synne haue power ouer you. For ye are not vnder the lawe, but vnder grace.
6:15What then? Shall we synne, because we are not vnder the lawe: but vnder grace? God forbyd.
6:16Remember ye not howe that to whomsoeuer ye commit your selues as seruauntes to obey, hys seruauntes ye are to whom ye obey: whether it be of synne vnto death, or of obedience vnto rightuousnes?
6:17God be thanked that though ye were ones the seruauntes of synne ye haue yet obeyed with herte vnto the forme of doctrine wherunto ye were delyuered.
6:18Ye are then made fre from sinne, & are become the seruauntes of rightuousnes.
6:19I will speake grossely because of the infirmitie of youre fleshe. As ye haue geuen your members seruauntes to vnclennes and to iniquitie: from iniquitie vnto iniquitie: euen so now geue your membres seruauntes vnto rightuousnes, that ye may be sanctifyed.
6:20For when ye were the seruauntes of synne, ye were not vnder rightuousnes.
6:21What fruit had ye then in those thynges, where of ye are nowe ashamed. For the ende of those thynges is deathe.
6:22But nowe are ye deliuered from synne, and made the seruauntes of God, and haue youre fruyte that ye shoulde be sanctified, & the ende euerlastynge lyfe.
6:23For the rewarde of sinne is death: but eternal lyfe is the gyfte of God, thorow Iesus Christ oure Lorde.
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.