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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1Thys vnderstand, that in the last dayes shall come perylous tymes.
3:2For the men shall be louers of theyr owne selues coueteous, bosters, proude, cursed speakers, dysobedyent to father and mother, vnthankefull, vnholye,
3:3vnkynde, truce breakers, stubborne false accusars, ryatours, fierce despysers of them whiche are good,
3:4traytours, headye, hye mynded, gredy vpon voluptuousnes more then the louers of God,
3:5hauynge a simylytude of Godly lyuynge, but haue denyed the power thereof: and suche abhorre.
3:6Of thys sorte are they which enter into houses, & bring into bondage women laden wyth synne which women are lede of dyuers lustes,
3:7euer learnynge, and neuer able to come vnto the knowledge of the trueth.
3:8As Iannes and Iambres withstode Moyses, euen so do these resiste the trueth, men they are of corrupte myndes, and lewde, as concernyng the fayth,
3:9but they shall preuayle no longer. For theyr madnes shalbe vttered vnto all men as theyrs was.
3:10But thou haste sene the experience of my doctryne, fashyon of lyuyng, purpose, fayth, long suffering, loue, pacience,
3:11persecucyons, and affliccyons which happened vnto me at Antioche, at Iconium and at Lystra: whiche persecucyons I suffered pacyently. And from them all, the Lorde delyuered me.
3:12Yea and all that wyll lyue Godlye in Christe Iesu, must suffer persecucyons.
3:13But the euyll man and disceyuers shal waxe worsse & worsse whyle they deceyue, and are deceyued them selues.
3:14But continue thou in the thynges whiche thou hast learned, which also were committed vnto the seyng thou knowest of whome thou hast learned them,
3:15and for as muche also as thou haste knowen holy scrypture of a chyld, whiche is able to make the wyse vnto saluacion thorowe the fayth which is in Christ Iesu.
3:16For al scripture geuen by inspyracion of God, is profytable to teache, to improue, to amende and to instruct in ryghtuousnes,
3:17that the man of God maye be perfecte and prepared vnto all good workes.
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.