As documented by various Christian Church Fathers, including Eusebius in approx 325CE, the original followers of Jesus utilized a testament written by Jesus’ follower Matthew. This was written in Hebrew. Eventually, copies of this testament were adulterated and utilized by the Christian Church, forming the “Gospel according to Matthew” found in the Christian New Testament. Through the various references to this Hebrew Matthew, scholars have attempted to reconstruct this book. Here we provide one such reconstruction (the reader must be aware that this is only a approximation to the original Hebrew Matthew)
THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MATTHEW
RESTORED AND TRANSLATED FROM HEBREW TO ENGLISH BY
JOÃO PAULO FERNANDES PONTES
1.1 this is the history of jesus, the son of david, the son of abraham.
1.2 abraham begat isaac; and isaac begat jacob; and jacob begat judah and his brethren;
1.3 and judah begat perez and zerah of tamar; and perez begat hezron; and hezron begat ram;
1.4 and ram begat amminadab; and amminadab begat nahshon; and nahshon begat salmon;
1.5 and salmon begat boaz; and boaz begat obed of ruth; and obed begat jesse;
1.6 and jesse begat david the king. And david begat solomon;
1.7 and solomon begat rehoboam; and rehoboam begat abijah; and abijah begat asa;
1.8 and asa begat jehoshaphat; and jehoshaphat begat joram; and joram begat uzziah;
1.9 and uzziah begat jotham; and jotham begat ahaz; and ahaz begat hezekiah;
1.10 and hezekiah begat manasseh; and manasseh begat amon; and amon begat josiah;
1.11 and josiah begat jechoniah.
1.12 jechoniah begat shealtiel; and shealtiel begat zerubbabel;
1.13 and zerubbabel begat abihud; and abihud begat eliakim; and eliakim begat azor;
1.14 and azor begat sadoc; and sadoc begat amon; and amon begat elihud; 
1.15 and elihud begat eleazar; and eleazar begat matthan; and matthan begat jacob;
1.16-25 and jacob begat joseph; and joseph begat jesus, who is called anointed.
2.1-22 ¶ and jesus was born in bethlehem of judaea in the days of herod the king, and behold, joseph took the boy and his mother, and turned to the land of galilee,
2.23 and came and dwelt in a city called nazareth.
3.1 ¶ in those days came john the baptist, preaching in the wilderness of judaea,
3.2 saying, convert yourselves, because the kingdom of yahveh is near to come.
3.3 to fulfill what was said through isaiah the prophet, a voice crieth in the wilderness, make ye straight in the dry land a path to our god. 
3.4 and the raiment of john was of camel’s hair, and a leathern girdle about his loins; and his food was locust and honey of the forest.
3.5 then went out unto him from jerusalem, and from all judaea, and from all the kingdoms of the surroundings of the jordan,
3.6 and confessed their sins and baptized themselves in the river jordan by his word.
3.7 ¶ but when he saw many of the pharisees and sadducees coming to his baptism, he said unto them, Read more