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Matthew's Bible 1537



11:1Wolde to God ye coulde suffre me a lytell in my folyshenes: yea, and I praye you, forbeare me.
11:2For I am gelous ouer you with godly gelousye. For I coupled you to one man, to make you a chaste virgyn to Christe.
11:3But I feare leste as the serpente begyled Eue thorowe hys suttelty, euen so youre wyttes shoulde be corrupte from the synglenes that is in Christe.
11:4For yf he that commeth, preache another Iesus then hym whom we preached: or yf ye receyue another spiryte then that whiche ye haue receyued: other another Gospell then that ye haue receyued, ye myght ryghte well haue bene content.
11:5I impose that I was not behynde the chief Apostles.
11:6Though I be rude in speakynge, yet I am not so in knoweledge. Howe be it amonge you: we are knowen to the vttermoste what we are in all thynges.
11:7Dyd I therein synne, because I submytted my selfe, that ye myght be exalted, and because I preached to you the Gospell of God fre?
11:8I robbed other congregacyons, and toke wages of them, to do you seruyce with al.
11:9And when I was present with you, and had nede, I was greuous to no man, for that whiche was lackynge vnto me, the brethren whiche came from Macedonia, supplyed: and in all thynge I kept my selfe that I shoulde not be greuous to you, & so wyl I kepe my selfe.
11:10Yf the trueth of Christe be in me, thys reioysynge shall not be taken from me in the regyons of Achaia.
11:11Wherfore? Because I loue you not? God knoweth.
11:12Neuerthelesse what I do, that wyll I do, to cut awaye occasyon from them which desyre occasyon, that they myght be founde lyke vnto vs in that wherein they reioyce.
11:13For these false Apostles are disceytfull workers, and fashyon them selues lyke vnto the Apostles of Christe.
11:14And no maruail for Satan hym selfe is chaunged into the fashyon of an angell of lyghte.
11:15Therfore it is no greate thynge, thoughe hys mynysters fashyon them selues as thoughe they were the mynisters of rightuousnes, whose end shalbe accordynge to theyr dedes.
11:16I saye agayne, lest anye man thynke that I am folyshe, or els euen nowe take me as a fole, that I maye boaste my selfe a lyttell.
11:17That I speake, I speake it not after the wayes of the Lorde, but as it were folishly, while we are nowe come to bostynge.
11:18Seyng that manye reioyce after the fleshe, I will reioyse also.
11:19For ye suffer foles gladly, because that ye youre selues are wyse.
11:20For ye suffre euen yf a man brynge you into bondage: yf a man deuoure, yf a man take yf a man exalte hym selfe, yf a man smite you on the face.
11:21I speake as concernynge rebuke, as thoughe we had bene weake. Howe be it, wherein soeuer any man dare be bolde (I speake folyshly) I dare be bolde also.
11:22They are Hebrues, so am I: They are Israelytes, euen so am I. They are the seede of Abraham, euen so am I.
11:23They are the ministers of CHRISTE (I speake as a fole) I am more: In labours more aboundaunte: In strypes aboue measure: In pryson more plentuouslye: In death ofte.
11:24Of the Iewes .v. tymes receyued I euerye tyme .xl. strypes saue one.
11:25Thryse was I beaten with roddes. I was once stoned. I suffered thryse shipwracke. Nyght and daye haue I bene in the depe of the sea.
11:26In iorneyeyng often: in parils of waters: in parylles of robbers: in ieoperdyes amonge the heathen. I haue bene in peryls in cytyes, in peryls in wyldernes, in peryls in the sea, in peryls among false brethren,
11:27in laboure and trauayle, in watchyng often, in hunger, in thyrste, in fastynges often, in colde, and in nakednes.
11:28And besyde the thynges whiche outwardelye happen vnto me, I am combered dayelye, and do care for all congregations.
11:29Who is weake, and I am not weake? Who is hurte in the faythe, and my herte burneth not?
11:30Yf I muste nedes reioyce, I wyll reioyce of myne infirmities.
11:31The God and father of oure Lorde Iesus Christ, whiche is blessed for euermore, knoweth that I lye not
11:32In the citie of Damascon the gouerner of the people vnder king Aretas, layd watche in the citie of the Damascens, and woulde haue caught me,
11:33and at a wyndowe was I let doune in a basket thorow the wall, and so scaped hys handes.
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.