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Matthew's Bible 1537



2:1But I determyned thys in my selfe, that I wold not come agayne to you in heauynes.
2:2For yf I make you sorye, who is it that shoulde make me glad, but the same which is made sorye by me?
2:3And I wrote thys same Epistle vnto you, leste yf I came, I shoulde take heauines of them, of whome I ought to reioyce. Certaynely thys confidence haue I in you al, that my ioye is the ioye of you al.
2:4For in great affliction and anguyshe of herte I wrote vnto you with many teares: not to make you sory, but that ye myght perceyue the loue which I haue most specially vnto you.
2:5Yf anye man haue caused sorowe the same hath not made me sory, but partelye: leaste I shoulde greue you all.
2:6It is suffycyente vnto the same man, that he was rebuked of many.
2:7So that nowe contrarywyse ye ought to forgeue hym, and comforte hym: leaste that same persone shoulde be swalowed vp, with ouer muche heauynes.
2:8Wherfore I exhorte you, that loue maye haue strengthe ouer hym.
2:9For this cause verely dyd I wryte, that I might know the profe of you, whether ye shoulde be obedyent in all thynges.
2:10To whom ye forgeue any thynge, I forgeue also. And verelye yf I forgeue anye thynge, to whome I forgaue it, for your sakes forgaue I it in the roume of Christe,
2:11leaste Sathan shoulde preuente vs. For thys thoughtes are not vnknowen vnto vs.
2:12When I was come to Troada for Christes gospels sake (and a greate dore was opened vnto me of the Lorde)
2:13I had no rest in my spyryte, because I founde not Titus my brother: but toke my leaue of them, and wente awaye vnto Macedonia.
2:14Thankes be vnto God whiche alwayes geueth vs the victorye in Christ, and openeth the sauour of hys knowledge by vs in euerye place.
2:15For we are vnto God the swete sauoure of Christe, bothe amonge them that are saued, and also among them whiche peryshe.
2:16To the one part are we the sauoure of death vnto death. And vnto the other parte are we the lauoure of lyfe vnto lyfe. And who is mete vnto these thynges?
2:17For we are not as many are which choppe & chaunge with the worde of god: but euen out of purenes, and by the power of God, and in the syghte of God, so speake we in Christe.
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.