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Matthew's Bible 1537



13:1Let brotherlye loue continue.
13:2Be not forgetfull to lodge straungers. For therebye haue diuers receyued Angels into theyr houses vnwares.
13:3Remembre them that are in bondes, euen as thoughe ye were bounde wyth them. Be myndefull of them whiche are in aduersitye, as ye which are yet in youre bodyes.
13:4Let wedlocke be had in pryce in all poyntes, and let the chambre be vndefyled: for whorekepers and aduouterers God wyll iudge.
13:5Let your conuersacyon be wythoute couetuousnes, and be content wyth that ye haue alreadye. For he verelye sayed: I wyll not fayle the, neyther forsake the:
13:6that we maye boldelye say: the Lorde is my helper and I wyll not feare what man doethe vnto me.
13:7Remembre them whiche haue the ouersyght of you, whiche haue declared vnto you the worde of God. The ende of whose conuersacyon se that ye loke vpon, and folowe theyr faythe.
13:8Iesus Christe yesterdaye and to daye, and the same contynueth for euer.
13:9Be not caryed aboute wyth dyuerse and straunge learnynge. For it is a good thynge that the herte be stablyshed wyth grace, and not with meates, whiche haue not profyted them that haue had theyr pastyme in them.
13:10We haue an altar whereof they maye not eate whiche serue in the tabernacle.
13:11For the bodyes of those beastes whose bloude is broughte into the holye place by the hygh priest to pourge synne, are burnt wythout the tentes.
13:12Therfore Iesus to sanctyfye the people wyth hys owne bloude, suffered wythout the gate.
13:13Let vs go forth therfore out of the tentes, and suffre rebuke with him.
13:14For here haue we no continuynge cytye: but we seke one to come.
13:15For by hym offre we the sacryfyce of laud alwayes to God: that is to saye, the frute of those lyppes, whiche confesse hys name.
13:16To do good, and to distrybute, forget not, for wt suche sacryfyces God is pleased.
13:17Obeye them that haue the ouersyghte of you, and submyt your selues to them, for they watche for youre soules, euen as they that muste geue accomptes: that they maye do it wyth ioye, and not wyth griefe. For that is an vnprofytable thynge for you.
13:18Praye for vs. We haue confydence because we haue a good conscience in all thynges, and desyre to lyue honestlye.
13:19I desyre you therfore some what the more aboundauntly, that ye so do, that I may be restore to you quickely.
13:20The God of peace that brought agayne from death oure Lorde Iesus, the great shepe herde of the shepe, thorowe the bloude of the euerlastynge testament,
13:21make you perfecte in all good workes, to do hys wyl, workynge in you that whiche is pleasaunte in hys syghte thorowe Iesus Christe. To whom be prayse for euer whyle the worlde endureth. Amen.
13:22I beseche you brethren, suffre the wordes of exhortacyon: For we haue wrytten vnto you in fewe wordes:
13:23knowe the brother Tymothe, whome we haue sent from vs, with whom (yf he come shortly) I wyll se you.
13:24Salute them that haue the ouersyghte of you, and all the sainctes. They of Italye salute you.
13:25Grace be wyth 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.