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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1Fvrthermore brethren praye for vs, that the worde of God maye haue free passage and be glorifyed, as it is with you:
3:2and that we maye be delyuered from vnreasonable and euyll men. For all men haue not fayth:
3:3but the Lorde is faythfull, whiche shall stablyshe you, and kepe you from euyll.
3:4We haue confydence thorowe the Lorde to you warde, that ye both do, and wyll do that whiche we commaunde you.
3:5And the Lorde guide your hertes to the loue of God and pacience of Christe.
3:6We requyre you brethren in the name of oure Lorde Iesu Christ, that ye wythdrawe your selues from euerye brother that walketh inordinatelye and not after the institucyon whiche ye receyued of vs.
3:7Ye youre selues knowe howe ye oughte to folowe vs. For we behaued not oure selues inordinately among you.
3:8Neyther toke we bread of anye man for nought: but wroughte wyth laboure and trauayle nyght and daye, because we would not be greuous to anye of you:
3:9not but that we had authorytye: but to make oure selues as ensample vnto you, to folowe vs.
3:10For when we were with you thys we warned you of, that yf there were any whiche woulde not worke, that the same shoulde not eate.
3:11We haue hearde say no doubte that there are some whiche walke amonge you inordinately and worke not at all, but are besye bodyes.
3:12Them that are suche we commaunde and exhorte by oure Lorde Iesu Christe, that they worke wyth quietnes, and eate theyr owne breade.
3:13Brethren be not werye in well doyng.
3:14Yf any man obeye not oure sayinges send vs worde of hym by a letter: and haue no companye wyth hym that he maye be ashamed.
3:15And counte hym not as an enemy, but warne hym as a brother.
3:16The verye Lorde of peace geue you peace alwayes, by all meanes. The Lorde be wyth you all.
3:17The salutacyon of me Paule wyth myne owne hande. Thys is the token in al Epistles. So I wryte.
3:18The grace of oure Lorde Iesus Christe be with you all. 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.