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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

11:1And it came to passe when Iesus had made an ende of comaundinge his .xii. disciples that he departed thence to teache and to preache in their cities.
11:2When Ihon beinge in preson hearde ye workes of Christ he sent two of his disciples
11:3and sayde vnto him. Arte thou he that shall come: or shall we loke for another.
11:4Iesus answered and sayde vnto them. Go and shewe Ihon what ye have hearde and sene.
11:5The blynd se the halt goo the lepers are clensed: the deef heare the ded ryse ageyne and the glad tidinges is preached to the povre.
11:6And happy is he that is not offended by me.
11:7And as they departed Iesus begane to speake vnto the people of Ihon. What for to se wet ye out in to the wyldernes? wet ye out to se a rede shake with ye wynde?
11:8other what wet ye out for to se? A man clothed in soofte raymet:? Beholde they yt weare soofte clothig are in kynges howses.
11:9But what wet ye oute for to se? A prophete? Ye I saye to you and more the a prophete.
11:10For this is he of who it is wrytte. Beholde I sende my messenger before thy face which shall prepare thy waye before ye.
11:11Verely I saye vnto you amonge ye chyldren of wemen arose there not a gretter then Ihon the baptist. Notwithstondinge he that ys lesse in the kyngdome of heven ys gretter then he.
11:12From the tyme of Ihon Baptist hytherto ye kyngdome of heve suffreth violence and they that go to it with violence pluck it vnto them.
11:13For all the prophetes and the lawe prophesyed vnto to the tyme of Ihon.
11:14Also yf ye wyll receave it this is Helyas which shuld come.
11:15He yt hathe eares to heare let him heare.
11:16But wher vnto shall I lyken this generacion? It ys lyke vnto chyldre which syt in the market and call vnto their felowes
11:17and saye: we have pyped vnto you and ye have not daunsed? We have morned vnto you and ye have not sorowed.
11:18For Ihon came nether eatinge nor drinkinge and they saye he hath the devyll.
11:19The sonne of man came eatinge and drinkinge and they saye beholde a glutton and drynker of wyne and a frend vnto publicas and synners. Never the later wysdome ys iustified of hir children.
11:20Then bega he to vpbrayd the cities in which most of his miracles were done because they meded not.
11:21Wo be to ye Chorasin. Wo be to ye Betzaida: for if the miracles which were shewd in you had bene done in Tyre and Sidon they had repented longe agone in sackcloth and asshes.
11:22Neverthelesse I say to you: it shall be esier for Tyre and Sidon at the day of iudgemet then for you.
11:23And thou Capernau which art lift vp vnto heve shalt be brought doune to hell. For if the miracles which have bene done in the had bene shewed in zodom: they had remayned to this daye.
11:24Neverthelesse I saye vnto you: it shalbe easiar for ye londe of zodo in the daye of iudgemet the for ye.
11:25At yt tyme Iesus answered and sayd: I prayse ye o father lorde of heve and erth because thou hast hid these thinges fro the wyse and prudet and hast opened the vnto babes:
11:26eve so father for so it pleased ye.
11:27All thinges are geve vnto me of my father. And noma knoweth ye sonne but ye father: nether knoweth eny ma ye father save ye sonne and he to whome ye sonne will ope him.
11:28Come vnto me all ye that laboure and are laden and I wyll ease you.
11:29Take my yoke on you and lerne of me for I am meke and lowly in herte: and ye shall fynd rest vnto youre soules.
11:30For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.
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.