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Matthew's Bible 1537



6:1Chyldren obeye youre fathers and mothers in the Lorde: for so is it ryght.
6:2Honoure thy father and mother, that is the fyrst commaundemente that hath anye promes,
6:3that thou mayeste be in good estate, and liue longe on the earth.
6:4And ye fathers, moue not youre children to wrath, but bringe them vp with the norter and information of the Lorde.
6:5Seruauntes be obedient vnto youre carnall maisters, wyth feare and tremblinge, in singlenes of youre hertes, as vnto Christe,
6:6not wyth seruice in the eye sight, as men pleasers, but as the seruauntes of Christe, doynge the wyll of God frome the herte
6:7wyth good wyll seruynge the Lorde, & not men.
6:8And remembre that, whatsoeuer good thinge any man doeth, that shall he receiue agayne of the Lorde, whether he be bounde or fre.
6:9And ye maisters, do euen the same thinges vnto them puttinge awaye threateninges: and remembre that euen your maister also is in heauen, neither is ther anye respect of person wyth hym.
6:10Finally my brethren, be stronge in the Lord and in the power of his myghte.
6:11Put on the armoure of God, that ye maye stande stedfaste agaynste the crafty assautes of the deuyll.
6:12For we wrestle not againste fleshe and bloude: but against rule, agaynst power, and againste worldlye rulers of the darckenes of thys worlde, againste spyrytuall wickednes, for heauenly thynges.
6:13For thys cause take vnto you the armoure of God, that ye maye be able to resiste in the euyl daye, and stande perfect in al thinges.
6:14Stande therfore, and your loynes gyrde about wyth veritie, hauinge on the breste plate of rightuousnes,
6:15and shoed with shoes prepared by the Gospel of peace.
6:16Aboue all take to you the shelde of fayth, wherwith ye maye quench all the fyrie dartes of the wycked.
6:17And take the helmet of saluacion and the swerd of the spyrite, which is the word of God.
6:18And praye all wayes wyth all maner prayer and supplicacion: and that in the spirite, and watch therunto with all instaunce and supplication for all sainctes,
6:19and for me, that vtteraunce maye be geuen vnto me, that I maye open my mouth bloudly, to vtter the secretes of the Gospel,
6:20wherof I am a messenger in boundes that therin I may speake frely, as it becommeth me to speake.
6:21But that ye maye also knowe what condicion I am in and what I do. Tichicus my deare brother and faythfull mynyster in the Lorde, shal shewe you of all thinges,
6:22whom I sent vnto you for the same purpose, that ye myght knowe what case I stand in, and that he myght comforte your hertes.
6:23Peace be with the brethren, and loue with fayth from God the father, and from the Lorde Iesus Christe.
6:24Grace be with al them whiche loue oure Lorde Iesus Christe in purenes. 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.