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Matthew's Bible 1537



2:1Thou therfor my sonne, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Iesus.
2:2And what thynges thou hast hearde of me, manye bearyng wytnes, the same delyuer to faythfull men, whiche are apte to teache other.
2:3Thou therfore suffer affliccyon as a good souldyer of Iesu Christe.
2:4No man that warreth entangleth hym selfe with worldye busynes, and that because he woulde please hym that hath chosen hym to be a souldyer.
2:5And though a man stryue for a masterye, yet is he not crouned, except he stryue lawfullye.
2:6The husbandman that laboureth must fyrste receyue of the frutes.
2:7Consyder what I saye. The Lorde geueth vnderstandynge in all thinges.
2:8Remember that Iesus Christe beynge of the sede of Dauid, rose agayne from death accordynge to my Gospell,
2:9wherein I suffer trouble as an euyll doar, euen vnto bondes. But the worde of God was not bounde.
2:10Here fore I suffre all thynges, for the electes sakes, that they myghte also obtayne the saluacyon, which is in Christe Iesus, with eternal glory.
2:11It is a true saiyng, yf we be deade wt hym we also shall lyue with hym.
2:12Yf we be pacyente, we shal also raygne with hym. Yf we denye hym, he also shall denye vs
2:13Yf we beleue not yet abydeth he faythfull. He can not deny hym selfe.
2:14Of these thynges put them in remembraunce, and testifye before the Lorde, that they stryue not aboute wordes: which is to no profyte, but to peruerte the hearers.
2:15Studye to shewe thy selfe laudable vnto God a workeman that nedeth not to be ashamed dyuydynge the worde of truste iustelye.
2:16Vnghostly and vayne voices passe ouer. For they shall encreace vnto greater vngodlynes,
2:17and theyr wordes shall frete euen as doeth a cancre: of whose number is Himeneos & Phyletos:
2:18which as concernyng the truethe haue erred, saiynge that the resurreccyon is past alredy, and do destroye the fayth of diuers persons.
2:19But the sure grounde of God remayneth, and hath thys seale: the Lord knoweth them that are his, & let euerye man that calleth on the name of Christe departe from iniquitie.
2:20Notwtstandyng in a greate house are not onelye vessels of golde and of syluer: but also of woode and of earthe, some for honoure, and some vnto dyshonoure.
2:21But yf a man purge hym self from suche felowes, he shalbe a vessell sanctyfyed vnto honoure, mete for the Lorde, & prepared vnto all good workes.
2:22Lustes of youth auoyde, and folow ryghtuousnes, fayth, loue, & peace, with them that call on the Lorde with pure herte.
2:23Folyshe & vnlearned questions put from the, remembring that they do, but gendre stryfe.
2:24But the seruaunt of the Lorde must not stryue, but must be peasable to all men, and apte to teache, and one that can suffre
2:25the euyll in meakenes, and can informe them that resiste: yf that God at any tyme wyll geue them repentaunce for to know the trueth,
2:26that they may come to them selues agayne out of the snare of the deuyll, whiche are nowe taken of hym at hys wyll.
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.