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The Byble/ which is all the holy Scripture: In whych are contayned the Olde and Newe Testament truly and purely translated into Englysh by Thomas Matthew.
Esaye .j. Hearcken to ye heavens and thou earth geave eare: For the Lorde speaketh.
M, D, XXXVII,
Set forth with the Kinges most gracyous lycence.
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The newe Testament of oure savyour Jesu Christ/ newly and dylygently translated into Englyshe with annotacions in the/ Mergent to helpe the Reader to the understandynge of the Texte.
Prynted in the yere of oure Lorde God. M.D·XXXVII.
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The .xxviij. Chapter.
The resurreccyon ...
| THe Sabboth daye at even whych ... ...|
Here endeth the Gospell of
The Gospell of
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The fyrst Chapter.
The offyce of Jhon the baptist. The baptyme of Christ/ his fastinge/ his preachinge/ and the callynge of Peter/ Andrew/ James and Jhon. Christ healeth the man wyth the uncleane sprete/ helpeth Peters mother in lawe and clenseth the leper.
 THe begynnynge of the
Gospel of Jesu Christ the sonne
of God/ |
 as it is written in the Prophetes/ *beholde I sende my messenger before thy face which shal prepare thy waye before the.
 The voyce of a cryer in the wildernes: *prepare ye the waye of the Lorde/ make his pathes streyght.
 John dyd baptyse in the wyldernes/ and preache the baptime of repentaunce/ for the remission of synnes.
 And all that lande of Jurie and they of Jerusalem/ went out unto hym/ and were all baptised of him in the ryver Jordan/ confessinge their synnes
 John was clothed wyth cammilles herr/ and with a gerdyll of a skyn about hys loynes. And he did eate alocustes and wilde hony/
 and preached sayinge: a stronger then I commeth after me/ whose shoo latchet I am not worthy to stoupe doune and unlose.
 I have baptised you with water: but he shall baptise you with the holy gost
 And it came to passe in those dayes/ that Jesus cam from Nazareth/ a citie of Galile: and was baptised of John in Jordan.
 And assone as he was come out of the water: bJohn sawe heaven open/ and the holy goost descendinge upon him/ like a dove.
 And ther came a voyce from heaven Thou arte my dere sonne in whom I delyte.
 And immediatly the sprete drave him into wildernes:
 and he was there in the wyldernes .xl. dayes/ and was tempted of Satan/ and was with wilde beestes. And the angels ministred unto hym.
 After John was taken/ Jesus came into Ga[15r] [15r-a] lile/ preachinge the Gospell of the kyngdome of God/
 and saying: the tyme is come/ and the kingdome of God is at hande/ repent and beleve the Gospell.
 As he walked by the see of Galile/ he sawe Simon and Andrew his brother/ castinge nettes into the see for they were fysshers.
 And Jesus sayde unto them: folowe me/ and I wyll make you fysshers of men.
 And strayghtwaye/ they forsoke their nettes/ and folowed hym.
 And when he had gone a lytell further thence/ he sawe James the sonne of Zebede/ and John hys brother/ even as they were in the shyppe mendinge their nettes.
 And anone he called them. And they leeft their father Zebede in the shyppe with his hyred servauntes/ and went their waye after him.
 And they entred into Capernaum: and streyghtwaye on the Saboth dayes/ he entred into the synagoge and taught.
 And they merveled at his learnynge. For he taught them as one that had power wyth him/ and not as the Scribes.
 And there was in their Synagoge a man vexed with an unclene spirite/ he cryed
 sayinge: let be/ what have we to do with the thou Jesus of Nazareth? Arte thou come to destroye us? I knowe the what thou arte/ even that holy of God.
 And Jesus rebuked him sayinge holde thy peace and come out of him.
 And the unclene spirite tare him/ and cried with a loude voyce/ and came out of hym.
 And they were all amased/ insomoche that they demaunded one of another amonge themselves/ sayinge: what thing is this? c*What newe doctrine is thys? For he commaundeth the foule spirites with power/ and they obeye him.
 And immediatly hys fame spreed abroade throughoute all the region borderinge on Galile.
 And forth with/ assone as they were come out of the Synagoge/ they entred into the house of Symon and Andrew/ with James and John.
 And Symons mother in lawe lay sycke of a fever. And anone they tolde him of her.
 And he came and toke her by the hande and lyfte her up: and the fever forsoke hyr by and by: and she mynystred unto them.
 And at even when the sonne was doune/ they brought to hym all that were dyseased/ and them that were possessed with devyls.
 And all the cytye gaddred togedder at the dore/
 and he healed many that were sycke of dyvers deseases. *And he cast out many devyls/ and suffred not the devyls to speake/ because they knewe him.
 And in the mornynge very erly/ Jesus arose and went out into a solitary place/ and there prayed.
 And Symon and they that were with hym folowed after hym.
 And when they had founde him/ they sayde unto him: al men seke for the.
 And he sayd unto them: let us go into the next tounes/ that I maye preache there also: for truly I cam out for that purpose. [15r-b]
 And he preached in their Sinagoges/ throughout all Galile/ and cast the devyls out.
 *And ther came a leper to him/ besechinge him/ and kneled doune unto hym/ and sayde to him: yf thou wilt/ thou cannest make me clene
 And Jesus had compassion on him/ and put forth his hande/ touched him/ and sayde to him: I will/ be thou clene.
 And assone as he had spoken/ immediatly the leprosy departed from him/ [...]
 [...] and sent him awaye forthwith
 and sayde unto him: Se thou saye nothynge to any man: but get the hence/ and shewe thyselfe to the Preste/ and offer for thy clensynge/ those thinges whych Moses commaunded/ for a testimoniall unto them.
 But he (assone as he was departed) beganne to tell many thinges/ and to publyshe the dede: insomoche that Jesus coulde no more openly entre into the citie/ but was without in desert places. And they came to him from every quarter.
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The .ij. Chapter.
He healeth the man of the palsye/ calleth Levi the customer/ eateth with open synners/ and excuseth hys dyscyples.
 AFter a feawe dayes/ he entred into
Capernaum agayne/ and it was noysed that he was in a house. |
 And anone many gadered togeder/ insomoche that now there was no roume to receave them: no not so moche as about the dore. And he preached the worde unto them.
 And there came unto him that brought one sicke of the palsie borne of fower men.
 And because they coulde not come nye unto hym for prease/ they uncovered the rofe of the house where he was. ... ... ...
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