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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1We as healpers therfore exhorte you, that ye receyue not the grace of God in vayne.
6:2For he sayeth: I haue hearde the in a tyme accepted: and in the day of saluacyon. haue I succoured the. Beholde nowe is that well accepted tyme: behold now is that daye of saluacyon.
6:3Let vs geue no man occasyon of euyll, that in our offyce be founde no faulte,
6:4but in al thynges let vs behaue our selues as the ministers of God. In muche pacience, in afflictions, in necessitie, in anguishe,
6:5in strypes, in prysonnement in stryfe, in laboure, in watchynge, in fasting
6:6in purenes, in knoweledge, in longe suffering in kyndnes, in the holye ghoste, in loue vnfayned,
6:7in the wordes of trueth, in the power of God, in the armour of ryghtuousnes on the ryght hande, and on the lyfte,
6:8in honoure and dishonour, in euyll reporte, & good reporte: as disceyuers & yet true:
6:9as vnknowen, & yet knowen: as dying, & beholde we yet liue: as chastened and not kylled:
6:10as sorowyng, & yet alway mery: as poore, and yet make many ryche: as hauynge nothynge, and yet possessynge all thynges.
6:11O ye Corinthyans, oure mouth is open vnto you. Oure hertes made large:
6:12ye are in no strayte in vs, but are in a strayte in youre owne bowelles:
6:13I promyse you lyke rewarde with me, as to my chyldren.
6:14Sette your selues therfore at large, and beare not a straungers yoke with the vnbeleuers. For what feloweshyppe hath ryghtuousnes with vnryghtuousnes? What companye hath lyght with darkenes?
6:15What concorde hath Christe with Belyall? Eyther what parte hath he that beleueth with an infydele?
6:16Howe agreeth the temple of God with Images. And ye are the temple of that lyuynge God, as sayed God. I wyll dwell amonge them, and walke among them, and wyll be theyr God, and they shall be my people.
6:17Wherfore come out from among them, and separate youre selues (sayeth the Lorde) and touche none vncleane thynge: so wyll I receyue you,
6:18and wyll be a father vnto you, and ye shall be vnto me sonnes and doughters, sayth the Lorde almyghtye.
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.