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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1And he departed thence, & came into hys owne countre, and hys disciples folowed him.
6:2And when the Sabboth daye was come, he began to teache in the Sinagoge And many that heard him were astonied, and sayde: From whence hath he these thinges? & what wysedome is this that is geuen vnto him? and suche vertues that are wroughte by his handes?
6:3Is not this that carpenter Maries sonne, the brother of Iames and Ioses, & of Iuda and Simon? and are not his systers here with vs? And thei were offended by him.
6:4And Iesus sayde vnto them: a Prophet is not dispised but in his owne countre, and amonge his owne kinne, and amonge them that are of the same housholde.
6:5And he could there shewe no miracles, but layd his handes vpon a few sicke folke and healed them.
6:6And he merueyled at their vnbelefe. And he went about by the tounes that lay on euery side, teachyng.
6:7And he called the .xij. and began to sende them, two and two, and gaue them power ouer vncleane spirites.
6:8And commaunded them, that they should take nothinge vnto their iorney saue a rod onely: Neyther scrippe, neither bread, neither money in their pourses:
6:9but shoulde be shood wyth sandals. And that they should not put on two cootes.
6:10And he sayde vnto them: wheresoeuer ye enter into an house, there abide till ye departe thence.
6:11And whosoeuer shal not receyue you nor heare you, when ye departe thence, shake of the dust: that is vnder your fete, for a witnesse vnto them. I say verely vnto you, it shalbe easier for Zodome and Gomoree at the daye of iudgement, then for that citie.
6:12And they went out and preached, that thei should repent:
6:13and they cast out many deuils. And they anointed many that were sicke with oyle and healed them.
6:14And kynge Herode hearde of hym (for his name was spred abroade) & sayde: Ihon Baptist is rysen agayne from death, and therefore myracles are wrought by him.
6:15Other sayde: it is Helyas: and some sayde: it is a Prophet: or as one of the Prophetes.
6:16But when Herode hearde of hym, he sayde: it is Ihon whome I beheaded, he is rysen from death agayne.
6:17For Herode him selfe had sent forth, & had taken Ihon, and bounde him and cast him into pryson for Herodias sake, whiche was hys brother Philippes wyfe: For he had maried her.
6:18Ihon sayd vnto Herode: It is not lawful for the to haue thy brothers wyfe.
6:19Herodias layed wayte for him, and woulde haue killed him, but she could not.
6:20For Herode feared Iohan, knowinge that he was a iust man and an holy: and gaue him reuerence: and when he hearde hym, he did many thynges, and heard him gladly.
6:21But when a conuement daye was come: Herode on his byrth day made a supper to the lordes, captaynes, and chief estates of Galile.
6:22And the doughter of the sayd Herodias came in and daunsed, and pleased Herode, and them that sate at bourde also. Then the kyng sayde vnto the mayden: axe of me what thou wilt, & I wil geue it the.
6:23And he sware to her, whatsoeuer thou shalt axe of me, I wil geue it the, euen vnto the halfe of my kyngdome.
6:24And she went forth & sayde to her mother: what shal I axe? And she said: Ihon Baptistes head.
6:25And she came in straight way with haste vnto the kynge, and axed saying: I wil that thou geue me by and by in a charger the head of Ihon Baptist.
6:26And the kynge was excedinge sory: howbeit, for his othes sake, and for their sakes, whiche sate at supper also, he woulde not put her beside her purpose.
6:27And immediatly the kynge sent the hang man, and commaunded his headde to be brought in. And he went and beheaded hym in the pryson,
6:28and brought his head in a charger, and gaue it to the mayden, and the maiden gaue it to her mother.
6:29And when his disciples heard of it, they came and toke vp his body, and put it in a tombe.
6:30And the apostles gathered them selues together to Iesus, & tolde him all thinges, bothe what they had done, & what they had taught.
6:31And he sayde vnto them: Come ye a parte into the wildernes and rest a while. For there were many commers and goers, that they had no leasure so muche as to eate.
6:32And he went by ship out of the wai into a desert place.
6:33But the people spied them when they departed: & many knew him and ranne afote thither out of all cyties, and came thither before them, & came together vnto hym.
6:34And Iesus went out and sawe muche people, and had compassion on them, because they were lyke shepe, whyche had no shepeherd. And he beganne to teache them many thinges.
6:35And when the daye was now farre spent, his disciples came vnto him saying: this is a deserte place,
6:36and nowe the daye is farre passed, let them departe, that they maye go into the countrey roundabout, and into the tounes and bye them bread, for they haue nothing to eate.
6:37He aunswered and sayd vnto them: geue ye them to eate. And they sayd vnto him: shal we go and bye .ij.C. peny worth of bread and geue them to eate?
6:38He sayde vnto them: howe many loues haue ye? Go and loke. And when they had serched they sayde: fyue and .ij. fishes
6:39And he commaunded them to make them all sit doune by companyes vpon the grene grasse.
6:40And they sat doune, here a rowe and there a rowe, by hundredes, and fifties.
6:41And he toke the .v. loues and the .ij. fishes, and loked vp to heauen, and blessed and brake the loues & gaue them to his disciples to put before theym: and the .ij. fishes he deuided amonge them all.
6:42And they all did eate and were satisfied.
6:43And they toke vp .xij. baskettes ful of the gobbettes and of the fishes.
6:44And they that eate were aboute fyue thousand men.
6:45And strayghtwaye he caused his disciples to go into the ship, and to goo ouer the water before vnto Bethsaida, whyle he sent away the people.
6:46And assone as he had sent them away, he departed into a mountayne to pray.
6:47And when euen was come, the ship was in the middes of the sea, and he alone on the lande,
6:48and he sawe them troubled in rowing, for the winde was contrary vnto them. And about the fourth quarter of the night he came vnto them walking vpon the sea, and woulde haue passed by them.
6:49When they sawe hym walking vpon the sea, they supposed it hadde bene a spirite and cried out:
6:50for they all sawe hym, and were afrayed. And anone he talked with them, and sayde vnto them. Be of good chere, it is I, be not afrayed.
6:51And he went vp vnto them into the ship, and the wynd ceased, and they were sore amased in them selues beyonde measure, and meruayled.
6:52For they remembred not of the loues, because their hertes were blynded.
6:53And they came ouer and went into the lande of Genezareth, and drue vp into the hauen.
6:54And assone as they were come out of the ship, strayght they knewe hym,
6:55and ran forth thorowout all the region round about, and began to cary aboute in beddes all that were sicke, to the place where they herde tell he was.
6:56And whether so euer he entred into townes, cities, or vilages, they layed theyr sicke in the stretes and prayed hym, that they might touche, and it were but the hemme of his vesture. And as many as touched hym were safe.
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.