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Matthew's Bible 1537



9:1Then he entred into a shyppe & passed ouer and came into his owne citie.
9:2And, lo thei brought to him a man sycke of the palsye, lyinge in his bedde. And when Iesus sawe the faith of them he said to the sick of the palsie sonne be of good chere, thy sinnes be forgeuen the.
9:3And beholde certayne of the scribes sayd in them selues, thys man blasphemeth.
9:4And when Iesus sawe theyr thoughtes, he sayed: wherfor thinke ye euill in your hertes?
9:5Whether is easyer to saye, thy synnes be forgeuen the, or to saye: aryse and walke?
9:6That ye maye knowe that the sonne of man hath power to forgeue synnes in earth: then sayed he vnto the sicke of the palsie: aryse, take vp thy bed, and go home to thyne house.
9:7And he arose and departed to hys owne house.
9:8And when the people sawe it, they marueyled & glorifyed God whiche hath geuen suche power to men.
9:9And as Iesus passed forth from thence, he saw a man syt receyuyng of custome named Mathew, and sayd to hym: folow me.
9:10And he arose and folowed hym. And it came to passe, as he sate at meat in the house: beholde many Publicans, and synners came and sate doune also with Iesus and hys disciples.
9:11When the Phariseis sawe that, they sayed to hys disciples: why eateth your master with Publicans and synners?
9:12When Iesus heard that he sayed vnto them: The whole neade not the Phisicion, but they that are sicke.
9:13Go, and learne, what that meaneth: I haue pleasure in mercye, & not in offerynge. For I am not come to cal the ryghtuouse but the synners to repentaunce.
9:14Then came the disciples of Iohn to hym saying: why do we and the Pharises fast ofte: but thy disciples fast not?
9:15And Iesus sayd vnto them. Can the weddyng children morne as long as the bridegrome is with them? The tyme will come when the bridegrome shalbe taken from them, and then shal they faste:
9:16No man peceth an olde garment with a pece of newe clothe. For then taketh he awaye the pece agayne from the garment, and the rente is made greater.
9:17Nether do men put newe wyne into olde vessels, for then the vessels breake and the wyne runneth out, and the vessels peryshe. But they poure newe wyne into newe vessels, and so are both saued together.
9:18Whyles he thus spake vnto them, behold there came a certaine rueler, and worshipped him sayinge my doughter is euen now dyseased, but come and lay thy hand on her, and she shall lyue.
9:19And Iesus arose and folowed him with his disciples.
9:20And beholde, a woman which was diseased with an issue of bloude .xij. yeres, came behinde him and touched the hem of his vesture.
9:21For she said in her selfe: if I maye touche but euen his vesture only, I shalbe safe.
9:22Then Iesus tourned him about, & behelde her saynge: Doughter be of good comforth, thy faith hath made the safe. And she was made whole euen that same houre.
9:23And when Iesus came into the rulers house, and sawe the ministrels and the people raginge,
9:24he sayd vnto them: Get you hence, for the mayde is not dead, but slepeth. And they laughed him to scorne.
9:25Assone as the people were put forth, he went in and toke her by the hande, and the mayde arose.
9:26And this was noysed through out all that lande.
9:27And as Iesus departed thence, two blinde men folowed hym cryinge and sayinge: O thou sonne of Dauid haue mercy on vs.
9:28And when he was come into the house, the blynde came to him. And Iesus saide vnto them: Beleue ye that I am able to do this? And they sayde vnto him: ye Lorde.
9:29Then touched he their eyes, sayinge: accordinge to your fayth, be it vnto you.
9:30And their eyes were opened. And Iesus charged them sayinge: Se that no man knowe of it.
9:31But they assone as they were departed, spred abrode his name through out all the lande.
9:32As they were come out behold, a domme man possessed of a deuil, was brought to him.
9:33And as sone as the deuyl was cast out, the domme spake: And the people meruayled: sayinge: it was neuer so sene in Israell.
9:34But the pharyseis sayed: he casteth out deuils, by the power of the chiefe deuyl.
9:35And Iesus went aboute all cytyes and tounes, teachinge in their synagoges and preachinge the gladde tidinges of the kingdome, and healinge all maner sicknes and disease amonge the people.
9:36But when he sawe the people, he had compassyon on them, because they were pyned awaye, and scattred abroad, euen as shepe hauinge no shepeherde.
9:37Then sayde he to his disciples: the herueste is greate, but the labourers are fewe.
9:38Wherfore pray the Lord of the haruest to send forth labourers into his haruest.
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.