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Matthew's Bible 1537



2:1And you hath he quickened also that were deade in treaspas & synne,
2:2in the whiche in time passed, yet walked accordynge to the course of thys worlde, & after the gouerner that ruleth in the ayer, the spyrite that nowe worketh in the chyldren of vnbelefe,
2:3amonge whiche we also had our conuersation in tyme paste, in the lustes of oure fleshe, and fulfylled the wyll of the fleshe and of the mynde, and were naturallye the chyldren of wrath, euen as well as other.
2:4But God whiche is ryche in mercye thorow his great loue wherewith he loued vs,
2:5euen when we were dead by synne, hath quickened vs together in Christ (for by grace are ye saued)
2:6and hath rayseth vs vp together, & made vs sitte together in heauenly thynges thorowe Christ Iesu,
2:7for to shewe in tymes to come the excedinge riches of hys grace in kyndnes to vswarde in Christe Iesus.
2:8For by grace are ye made safe thorowe fayth, and that not of youre selues. For it is the gyfte of God,
2:9and commeth not of workes, leste anye man should bost him selfe.
2:10For we are his worckmanshyp created in Christe Iesus to good workes, vnto the, whyche God ordeined vs before, that we should walke in them.
2:11Wherfore remember that ye, beynge in tyme passed Gentyles in fleshe, and were called vncircumcision to them whiche are called circumcision in the fleshe, whiche circumcision is made by handes:
2:12Remember I saye, that ye were at that tyme without Christe, and were reputed aliantes from the commen welth of Israel, and were straungers from the testamentes of promes, and had no hope and were wythout God in thys worlde.
2:13But nowe in Christ Iesu, ye whych a whyle ago were farre of are made nygh by the bloud of Christe.
2:14For he is our peace, whiche had made of both one, and hath broken doune the wall that was a stop betwene vs,
2:15and hath also put awaye thorowe hys fleshe the cause of hatred (that is to saye, the lawe of commaundementes contayned in the lawe written) for to make of twayne one newe man in hym selfe, so makinge peace:
2:16and to reconcile both vnto God in one body thorowe his crosse, and slew hatered therby:
2:17and came and preached peace to you, whiche were a farre of, and to them that were nygh.
2:18For thorowe hym we both haue an open waye in, in one spyrite vnto the father.
2:19Nowe therfore ye are no more straungers and foreners, but citizyns with the sainctes, and of the houshold of God:
2:20and are buylt vpon the foundation of the Apostles & Prophetes, Iesus Christe beynge the head corner stone,
2:21in whom euerye buyldinge coupled together, groweth vnto an holye temple in the Lorde,
2:22in whom ye also are buylde together, and made an habitacion for god in the spyryte.
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.