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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1Brethren, yf any man be fallen by chaunce into any faute: ye which are spyrytuall helpe to amende hym, in the spyryte of mekenes, consyderynge thy selfe leste thou also be tempted.
6:2Beare ye one anothers burthen, and so fulfyl the lawe of christ.
6:3Yf anye man seme to hym selfe, that he is somwhat, when in dede he is nothynge the same deceyueth hym selfe in hys ymaginacyon.
6:4Let euerye man proue hys owne worke, and then shall he haue reioysynge in hys owne selfe, & not in another.
6:5For euery man shal beare his owne burthen.
6:6Let hym that is taughte in the worde, mynyster vnto him that teacheth hym, in al good thynges.
6:7Be not deceyued, God is not mocked. For what soeuer a man soweth, that shal he reape.
6:8He that soweth in hys fleshe: shall of the fleshe reape corrupcion. But he that soweth in the spyryte, shall of the spyryte reape lyfe euerlastynge.
6:9Let vs not be werye, of wel doynge. For when the tyme is come, we shall reape withoute werynes.
6:10Whyle we haue therfore tyme, let vs do good vnto all men, and specially vnto them which are of the houshold of faythe.
6:11Beholde how large a letter I haue writen vnto you with myne owne hande.
6:12As manye as desyre with vtwarde apperaunce to please carnallye, they coustrayne you to be circumcysed, onelye because they woulde not suffer persecucyon with the crosse of Christe.
6:13For they them selues which are circumcysed kepe not the lawe: but desyre to haue you circumcysed that they myght reioyce in your fleshe.
6:14God forbyd that I shoulde reioyce but in the crosse of oure Lorde Iesu Christe, wherby the worlde is crucifyed as touchyng me, and I as concernynge the worlde.
6:15For in Christe Iesu neyther circumcisyon auayleth any thing at all, nor vncircumcysyon but a newe creature.
6:16And as many as walke accordynge to thys rule peace be on them, and mercye, and vpon Israel that pertayneth to God.
6:17From hence forthe let no man put me to busynes. For I bare in my bodye the markes of the Lord Iesu.
6:18Brethren the grace of oure Lorde Iesu Christe be with youre spyryte. Amen.
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.