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Matthew's Bible 1537



16:1And when the Saboth was past. Mary Magdalen, and Mary Iacobi, and Salome, boughte odours, that they myghte come & anoynt hym.
16:2And very early in the morninge the next daye after the Saboth daye they came to the sepulchre, when the sunne was rysen.
16:3And they sayed one to another: who shal rolle vs awaye the stone from the dore of the sepulchre?
16:4And when they loked, they sawe howe the stone was rolled awaye: for it was a verye great one.
16:5And they wente into the sepulchre, and sawe a yonge man syttyng on the ryght syde, clothed in a long white garment, & they were abashed.
16:6And he sayed vnto them, be not afrayed: ye seke Iesus of Nazareth whiche was crucifyed. He is rysen, he is not here. Beholde the place where they put hym.
16:7But go your waye, and tell hys discyples and namelye Peter: He wil go before you into Galile, there shal ye se him as he sayde vnto you.
16:8And they wente oute quickly, and fled from the sepulchre. For they trembled and were amased. Neyther sayed they anye thynge to anye man, for they were afrayed.
16:9When Iesus was rysen the morowe after the Saboth daye, he appeared fyrst to Marye Magdalen, out of whome he cast seuen deuils.
16:10And she went and tolde them that were wyth hym as they mourned & wepte.
16:11And when they heard that he was alyue, and he had appeared to her, they beleued it not.
16:12After that he appered to two of them in a straunge fygure, as they walked and went into the countre.
16:13And they wente and tolde it to the remnaunt. And they beleued them neyther.
16:14After that he appeared vnto the eleuen, as they sate at meat, and caste in theyr tethe theyr vnbelese and hardnes of hert: because they beleued not them which had sene hym after hys resurreccyon.
16:15And he sayed to them: Go ye into all the worlde, and preache the glad tydynges to all creatures,
16:16he that beleueth & is baptised, shall be saued. But he that beleueth not, shalbe damned.
16:17And these sygnes shall folowe them that beleue. In my name they shall caste oute deuils, & shall speake with newe tonges,
16:18& shall kyll serpentes, and yf they drinke any deadly thynge, it shall not hurte them. They shal lay theyr handes on the sycke, and they shal recouer.
16:19So then when the Lorde had spoken vnto them: he was receyued into heauen, and is set doune on the ryght hande of God.
16:20And they wente forth and preached euerye where. And the Lorde wrought with them, and confyrmed the word wt miracles that folowed.
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.