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Matthew's Bible 1537



13:1And as he went out of the temple one of hys disciples sayde vnto hym: Maister, se what stones, & what buyldynges are here.
13:2And Iesus aunswered, and sayd vnto hym: Seest thou these greate buyldinges? There shall not be left one stone vpon another, that shall not be throwen doune.
13:3And as he sate on mounte Olyuete, ouer agaynst the temple, Peter, & Iames, & Iohn, & Andrewe axed hym secretelye:
13:4tell vs, when shall these thynges be? And what is the sygne when all these thynges shalbe fulfylled?
13:5and Iesus aunswered them, and began to saye: take hede leste any man deceyue you.
13:6For manye shall come in my name, sayinge: I am Christ, and shall deceyue manye.
13:7When ye shal heare of warre, and tydynges of warre, be ye not troubled. For suche thynges muste nedes be. But the ende is not yet.
13:8For there shall nacyon aryse agaynst nacyon, and kingdom agaynst kyngdome. And there shalbe earthquakes in all quarters, & famyshment and troubles. These are the begynnynge of sorowes.
13:9But take ye hede to your selues. For they shall brynge you vp to the counsels, and into the synagoges, & ye shall be beaten: ye & shalbe broughte forthe rulers & kynges for my sake for a testimoniall vnto them.
13:10And the Gospel muste fyrste be publyshed amonge all nacyons.
13:11But when they leade you, and present you, take no thoughte afore hande, what ye, shal saye, neither ymagin: but whatsoeuer is geuen you at the same tyme, that speake. For it shall not be ye that shall speake, but the holy ghost.
13:12Ye, and the brother shal deliuer the brother to death, and the father the sonne, and the children shall ryse agaynst theyr fathers and mothers, and shal put them to death.
13:13And ye shal be hated of all men for my names sake. But whosoeuer shall endure vnto the ende, the same shalbe safe.
13:14Moreouer, when ye se the abhomynacyon that betokeneth desolacion, whereof is spoken by Daniel the Prophet, stande where it oughte not, let hym that readeth vnderstand, then let them that be in Iurye, fle to the mountaynes.
13:15And let hym that is on the house top, not descended doune into the house, neither enter therein, to fetche any thynge oute of hys house.
13:16And let hym that is in the fielde: not tourne backe agayne vnto the thynges, which he lefte behynde hym for to take hys clothes with hym.
13:17Woo is then to them that are with chyld, and to them that geue soucke in those dayes.
13:18But praye, that your flight be not in the winter.
13:19For there shalbe in those dayes such trybulacyon, as was not from the beginning of creatures whiche God created, vnto thys time, neyther shalbe.
13:20And except that the Lord shoulde shorten those dayes, no man shoulde be saued. But for the electes sake which he hath chosen, he hath shortened those dayes.
13:21And then, yf any man say to you: lo, here is Christ, lo, he is there: beleue not,
13:22for false Christes shal ryse, and false prophetes, and shall shewe myracles and wondres, to deceyue yf it were possible, euen the elect.
13:23But take ye hede: beholde I haue shewed you all thynges before.
13:24Moreouer in those dayes, after that trybulacyon, the sonne shall waxe darke, and the moone shal not geue her light,
13:25and the starres of heauen shall fal: and the powers which are in heauen shall moue.
13:26And then shall they se the sonne of man comyng in the cloudes with great power and glorye.
13:27And then shal he send hys angels, & shall gather together his electe from the foure wyndes, and from the one ende of the worlde to the other.
13:28Learne a symylytude of the fygge tree. When hys braunches are yet tender, & hathe brought forth leaues: ye know that the somer is neare,
13:29so in like maner when ye se these thinges come to passe: vnderstande, that it is nye euen at the dores.
13:30Verelye I saye vnto you, that thys generacyon shall not passe, tyll all these thynges be done.
13:31Heauen and earth shal passe, but my wordes shall not passe.
13:32But of the daye & houre knoweth no man: no not the Aungels whiche are in heauen neyther the sonne him selfe saue the father onelye.
13:33Take hede, watche and pray, forth ye know not when the tyme is.
13:34As a man whiche is gone into a straunge countreye, and hath left hys house, and geuen authorite to his seruauntes, and euerye man hys worke, and commaunded the porter to watche.
13:35Watche therfore, for ye knowe not when the mayster of the house wyll come: whether at euen, or at mydnyght: whether at the cocke crowynge or in the dawnynge,
13:36leste yf he come sodenlye, he shoulde fynde you slepynge.
13:37And that I saye vnto you: I saye vnto all men, watche.
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.