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Bishops Bible 1568

 

   

12:1And he beganne to speake vnto them by parables. A [certayne] man planted a vineyarde, and compassed it about with an hedge, and ordeyned a wynepresse, and built a towre, and let it out vnto husbande men: and went into a straunge countrey.
12:2And when the tyme was come, he sent to the husbande men a seruaunt, that he myght receaue of the husbandmen, of the fruite of the vineyarde.
12:3And they caught hym, and beat hym, and sent hym away emptie.
12:4And moreouer, he sent vnto them another seruaunt: and at hym they cast stones, and brake his head, and sent him away agayne, all to reuiled.
12:5And agayne, he sent another, and hym they kylled: and many other, beatyng some, and kyllyng some.
12:6And so, when he had yet but one beloued sonne, he sent hym also at the last vnto them, saying: they wyll stande in awe of my sonne.
12:7But the husbandmen saide amongest them selues: this is the heyre, come, let vs kyll him, and the inheritaunce shalbe ours.
12:8And they toke hym, and kylled hym, and cast hym out of the vineyarde.
12:9What shall therfore, the Lorde of the vineyarde do? He shal come, and destroy the husbandmen, and wyll geue the vineyarde vnto other.
12:10Haue ye not read this Scripture? The stone which the builders dyd refuse, is become the chiefe stone of the corner:
12:11This is the Lordes doyng, and it is marueylous in our eyes.
12:12They went about also to take hym, and feared the people: For they knewe, that he had spoken the parable agaynst them. And they left hym, and went their way.
12:13And they sent vnto hym, certayne of the pharisees, and of the Herodians to take hym in his wordes.
12:14And assoone as they were come, they sayde vnto hym: Maister, we knowe that thou art true, & carest for no man, for thou considerest not the persons of men, but teachest the way of god truely: Is it lawfull to pay tribute to Caesar, or not?
12:15Ought we to geue, or ought we not to geue? But he seeyng their hypocrisie, sayde vnto them: Why tempt ye me? Bryng me a penie, that I may see it.
12:16And they brought it: And he sayth vnto them, Whose is this image and superscription? And they sayde vnto hym: Caesars.
12:17And Iesus aunswered, and sayde vnto them: Geue to Caesar [the thynges] that belong to Caesar: and to God, [the thynges] which pertayne to God. And they marueyled at hym.
12:18There came also vnto hym, the Saducees, which say that there is no resurrection, and they asked hym, saying:
12:19Maister, Moyses wrote vnto vs, yf any mans brother dye, and leaue his wyfe behynde hym, & leaue no chyldren: that his brother shoulde take his wyfe, and rayse vp seede vnto his brother.
12:20There were seuen brethren: and the first toke a wyfe, and when he dyed, left no seede behynde hym.
12:21And the seconde toke her, and dyed, neither left any seede: And the thirde lykewyse.
12:22And seuen had her, and left no seede behynde them: Last of all, the wyfe dyed also.
12:23In the resurrection therfore, when they shall rise agayne, whose wyfe shall she be of them? for seuen had her to wife.
12:24And Iesus aunswered, and sayde vnto the: Do ye not therfore erre, because ye vnderstande not the Scriptures, neither the power of God?
12:25For when they shall ryse agayne from the dead, they neither marry, nor are geuen in maryage: but are as the Angels which are in heauen.
12:26As touchyng the dead, that they ryse agayne: haue ye not read in the booke of Moyses, howe in the bushe, God spake vnto him, saying: I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Iacob?
12:27He is not the God of the dead, but God of the lyuyng. Ye therefore do greatly erre.
12:28And when there came one of the scribes, & had heard them disputyng together, and perceaued that he had aunswered them well, he asked him: which is the first of all the comaundementes.
12:29Iesus aunswered hym, the first of all the commaundementes is: Heare O Israel, The Lorde our God, is one Lorde:
12:30And thou shalt loue the Lorde thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soule, and with all thy mynde, and with all thy strength. This is the first commaundement.
12:31And the seconde is lyke vnto this: Thou shalt loue thy neyghbour as thy selfe. There is none other commaundement greater then these.
12:32And the scribe sayde vnto hym: well maister, thou hast sayde the trueth, for there is one God, & there is none but he.
12:33And to loue hym with all the heart, and with all the vnderstandyng, & with all the soule, and with all the strength, and to loue a [mans] neyghbour as hym selfe, is greater then all the burnt offerynges and sacrifices.
12:34And when Iesus sawe that he aunswered discretely, he sayde vnto hym: Thou art not farre from the kingdome of God. And no man after that, durst aske hym any question.
12:35And Iesus aunswered and sayde, teachyng in the temple: howe say the scribes that Christe is ye sonne of Dauid?
12:36For Dauid hym selfe, inspired with the holy ghost, sayde: The Lorde saide to my Lorde, sit on my right hande, tyll I make thyne enemies thy footestoole.
12:37Dauid hym selfe calleth hym Lorde: and howe is he then his sonne? And much people hearde hym gladly.
12:38And he sayde vnto them in his doctrine, beware of the scribes, whiche desire to go in long clothyng, and salutations in the market places,
12:39And the chiefe seates in the congregations, and the vppermost rowmes at feastes,
12:40Which deuoure widdowes houses, & vnder a pretence, make long prayers: These shal receaue greater dampnatio.
12:41And when Iesus sate ouer agaynst the treasurie, he behelde howe the people put money into the treasurie: And many that were rich, cast in much.
12:42And there came a certayne poore widdowe, & she threwe in two mites, which make a farthyng.
12:43And he called vnto hym his disciples, and sayth vnto them: Ueryly I say vnto you, that this poore widdowe hath cast more in, then all they which haue cast into the treasurie.
12:44For they all, dyd cast in of their superfluitie: but she, of her pouertie, dyd cast in all that she had, euen all her lyuyng.
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.