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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



10:1And he called his .xii. disciples vnto hym and gave them power over vnclene sprites to cast them oute and to heale all maner of sicknesses and all maner of deseases.
10:2The names of the .xii. Apostles are these. The fyrst Simon called also Peter: and Andrew his brother. Iames the sonne of zebede aud Ihon his brother.
10:3Philip and Bartlemew. Thomas and Mathew the Publican. Iames the sonne of Alphe and Lebbeus otherwyse called Taddeus.
10:4Simon of Cane and Iudas Iscarioth which also betrayed hym.
10:5These .xii. sent Iesus and comaunded them sayinge: Go not in to ye wayes yt leade to the gentyls and in to ye cities of ye Samaritans enter ye not.
10:6But go rather to ye lost shepe of the housse of Israel.
10:7Go and preach sayinge: yt the kyngdome of heve is at hande.
10:8Heale the sicke clense the lepers rayse the deed caste oute the devils. Frely ye have receved frely geve agayne.
10:9Posses not golde nor silver nor brassse yn youre gerdels
10:10nor yet scrip towardes your iorney: nether two cotes nether shues nor yet a staffe. For the workma is worthy to have his meate.
10:11In to whatsoever cite or toune ye shall come enquyre who ys worthy yn it and there abyde till ye goo thence.
10:12And whe ye come in to an housse salute ye same.
10:13And yf the housse be worthy youre peace shall come apon it. But yf it be not worthy youre peace shall retourne to you agayne.
10:14And whosoever shall not receave you nor will heare youre preachynge: when ye departe oute of yt housse or that cite shake of the duste of youre fete.
10:15Truly I say vnto you: it shalbe easier for the londe of zodoma and Gomorra in the daye of iudgement then for that cite.
10:16Beholde I sende you forthe as shepe amoge wolves. Be ye therfore wyse as serpetes and innocent as doves.
10:17Beware of men for they shall deliver you vp to ye cousels and shall scourge you in their synagoges.
10:18And ye shall be brought to the heed rulers and kynges for my sake in witnes to them and to the gentyls.
10:19But when they delyver you vp take no thought how or what ye shall speake for yt shalbe geve you eve in that same houre what ye shall saye.
10:20For it is not ye that speke but ye sprite of your father which speaketh in you.
10:21The brother shall betraye the brother to deeth and the father the sonne. And the chyldre shall aryse agaynste their fathers and mothers and shall put them to deethe:
10:22and ye shall be hated of all me for my name. But he that endureth to the ende shalbe saved.
10:23When they persecute you in one cite flye in to another. I tell you for a treuth ye shall not fynysshe all yt cities of Israel tyll ye sonne of man be come.
10:24The disciple ys not above hys master: nor yet ye servaut above his lorde.
10:25It is ynough for the disciple to be as hys master ys and that the servaunt be as his lorde ys. yf they have called the lorde of the housse beelzebub: how moche more shall they call them of his housholde so?
10:26Feare the not therfore. There is no thinge so close that shall not be openned and no thinge so hyd that shall not be knowen.
10:27What I tell you in dercknes that speake ye in lyght. And what ye heare in the eare that preache ye on the housse toppes.
10:28And feare ye not them which kyll the body and be not able to kyll the soule. But rather feare hym which is able to destroye bothe soule and body into hell.
10:29Are not two sparowes solde for a farthinge? And none of them dothe lyght on the grounde with out youre father.
10:30And now are all the heeris of youre heedis numbred.
10:31Feare ye not therfore: ye are of more value then many sparowes.
10:32Who soever therfore shall knowledge me before men hym will I knowledge also before my father which is in heuen.
10:33But whoso ever shall denye me before men hym will I also denye before my father which is in heven.
10:34Thynke not that I am come to sende peace into the erth. I came not to send peace but a swearde.
10:35For I am come to set a man at varyaunce ageynst hys father and the doughter ageynst hyr mother and the doughterlawe ageynst her motherlawe:
10:36And a mannes fooes shalbe they of hys owne housholde.
10:37He that lovith hys father or mother more then me is not mete for me. And he that loveth his sonne or doughter more then me is not mete for me.
10:38And he yt taketh not his crosse and foloweth me ys not mete for me.
10:39He that fyndeth hys lyfe shall lose it: and he that losith hys lyfe for my sake shall fynde it.
10:40He that receavith you receavith me: and he that receavith me receavith him that sent me.
10:41He that receavith a prophet in ye name of a prophet shall receave a prophetes rewarde. And he that receavith a righteous man in the name of a righteous man shall receave the rewarde of a righteous man.
10:42And whosoever shall geve vnto one of these lytle ones to drincke a cuppe of colde water only in the name of a disciple: I tel you of a trueth he shall not lose his rewarde.
Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale Bible 1534

William Tyndale was the first man to ever print the New Testament in the English language. Tyndale also went on to be the first to translate much of the Old Testament from the original Hebrew into English, but he was executed in 1536 for the "crime" of printing the scriptures in English before he could personally complete the printing of an entire Bible. His friends Myles Coverdale, and John [Thomas Matthew] Rogers, managed to evade arrest and publish entire Bibles in the English language for the first time, and within one year of Tyndale's death. These Bibles were primarily the work of William Tyndale.