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Matthew's Bible 1537



4:1I testifye therfore before God, & before the Lord Iesu Christe, which shall iudge quycke and deade in hys appearyng in his kyngedome,
4:2preache the word, be feruent, be it in season or out of season. Improue, rebuke, exhorte, wyth all long suffering and doctryne.
4:3For the tyme wyll come, when they wyll not suffer wholsome doctryne: but after theyr owne lustes shall they (whose eares ytch) get them an heape of teachers,
4:4& shal turne theyr eares from the trueth, and shalbe geuen vnto fables.
4:5But watche thou in all thynges, and suffre aduersitye and do the work of an Euangelist, fulfyll thyne offyce vnto the vtmost.
4:6For I am now ready to be offered, and the tyme of my departynge is at hande.
4:7I haue fought a good fyght, and haue fulfylled my course, and haue kepte the fayth.
4:8From henceforth is layde vp for me a croune of ryghtuousnes which the Lorde that is a ryghtuous iudge shall geue me at that daye: not to me only, but vnto all them that loue hys comynge.
4:9Make spede to come vnto me at once.
4:10For Demas hath left me & hath loued this present worlde, and is departed into Thessalonica. Crescens is gone to Galacia, & Titus vnto Dalmacea.
4:11Onelye Lucas is wyth me. Take Marke and brynge hym wyth the for he is necessarye vnto me, for to minister.
4:12And Tichicus haue I sent to Ephesus.
4:13The cloke that I lefte at Troada wyth Carpus, when thou comest, bryng wyth the, and the bokes but specially the partchement.
4:14Alexander the coppersmyth dyd me muche euyll, the Lorde rewarde him, according to hys dedes,
4:15of whom be thou ware also. For he wythstode our preachyng sore.
4:16At my fyrste aunsweryng, no man assisted me, but all forsoke me. I praye God that it maye not be layed to theyr charges:
4:17Notwithstandynge the Lord assisted me, & strenghthed me, that by me the preachynge shoulde be fulfylled to the vttermoste, and that al the Gentyles shoulde heare. And I was delyuered out of the mouth of the Lyon.
4:18And the Lord shall delyuer me from all euyll doynge, and shall kepe me to his heauenly kyngdome. To whom be prayse for euer and euer, Amen.
4:19Salute Prisca and Aquila, and the housholde of Onesiphorus.
4:20Erastus abode at Corinthum. Trophimos I lefte at Myletum sycke.
4:21Make spede to come before wynter. Eubolus greteth the, and Pudens, and Linus, & Claudia, and all the brethren.
4:22The Lorde Iesus Christ be with thy spyryte. Grace be with you. 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.