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Matthew's Bible 1537



3:1For this cause I Paule am in the bondes of Iesu Christ for your sakes, whiche are heathen.
3:2Yf ye haue hearde of the ministration of the grace of God, whiche is geuen me to youward.
3:3For by reuelation shewed he this misterie to me as I wrote aboue in fewe wordes,
3:4wherby when ye reade, ye maye knowe myne vnderstandinge in the misterye of Christe.
3:5Which mysterye in tymes passed was not opened to the sonnes of men, as it is now declared vnto his holye Apostles and Prophetes by the spyrite
3:6that the Gentyles shoulde be inheritours also, and of the same bodye, and partakers of hys promes that is in Christe, by the meanes of the Gospell,
3:7wherof I am made a mynyster, by the gyfte of the grace of God geuen vnto me thorowe the workynge of hys power.
3:8Vnto me the leaste of all sainctes is this grace geuen, that I shoulde preache amonge the Gentyls the vnsearcheable ryches of Christe,
3:9and to make all men se what the fellowshyp of the mysterye is, whiche from the beginninge of the worlde hath bene hyde in God, whiche made all thinges thorowe Iesus Christ,
3:10to the entente, that nowe vnto the rulers & powers in heauen myght be knowen (by the congregation) the manifolde wysedome of God,
3:11accordinge to the eternal purpose, whiche he purposed in Christe Iesu our Lorde,
3:12by whom we are bold to drawe nighe in that truste, whyche we haue by fayth on on him.
3:13Wherfore I desyre that ye faynte not because of my tribulations for your sakes, whiche is your prayse.
3:14For this cause I bowe my knees vnto the father of oure Lorde Iesus Christ,
3:15whiche is father ouer all that is called father, in heauen and in earth,
3:16that he woulde graunt you accordinge to the ryches of his glorie, that ye maye be strengthed wyth mighte by his spirite in the inner man,
3:17that Christ may dwell in your hertes by fayth, that ye beinge roted and grounded in loue,
3:18might be able to comprehende wyth all sainctes, what is the bread and length, deapt and height:
3:19and to knowe, what is the loue of Christe, whyche loue passeth knowledge, that ye myghte be fulfylled wyth all maner of fulnes, whiche cometh of God.
3:20Vnto hym that is able to do excedinge aboundantly aboue all that we are or thinke, accordinge to the power that worketh in vs,
3:21be prayse in the congregation by Iesus Christe, thorowout al generacions, from time to time. 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.