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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

12:1In that tyme went Iesus on the Sabot dayes thorow the corne and his disciples were anhogred and begane to plucke the eares of coorne and to eate.
12:2When ye pharises sawe that they sayde vnto him: Beholde thy disciples do that which is not lawfull to do apon ye saboth daye.
12:3He sayde vnto the: Haue ye not reed what David did whe he was anhougered and they also which were with him?
12:4How he entred into the housse of God and ate ye halowed loves which were not lawfull for him to eate nether for the which were wt him but only for ye prestes.
12:5Or have ye not reed in ye lawe how that ye prestes in ye temple breake the saboth daye and yet are blamlesse?
12:6But I saye vnto you: that here is one greater then ye teple.
12:7Wherfore yf ye had wist what this sayinge meneth: I require mercy and not sacrifice: ye wold never have condened innocetes.
12:8For ye sonne of man is lord even of ye saboth daye.
12:9And he departed thence and went into their synagoge:
12:10and beholde ther was a man whiche had his hande dryed vp. And they axed him sayinge: ys it lawfull to heale apon ye saboth dayes? because they myght acuse him.
12:11And he sayde vnto the: whiche of you wolde it be yf he had a shepe fallen into a pitte on ye saboth daye that wolde not take him and lyft him out?
12:12And how moche is a man better the a shepe? Wherfore it is lefull to do a good dede on the saboth dayes.
12:13Then sayde he to ye ma: stretch forth thy had. And he stretched it forthe. And it was made whole agayne lyke vnto ye other.
12:14Then ye Pharyses wet out and helde a cousell agaynst hym how they myght destroye hym.
12:15When Iesus knewe yt he departed thece and moche people folowed him and he healed the all
12:16and charged the that they shuld not make him knowe:
12:17to fulfyll that which was spoden by Esay ye Prophet which sayeth.
12:18Beholde my chylde who I have chosen my beloved in who my soule deliteth. I wyll put my sprete on hym and he shall shewe iudgemet to ye gentyls.
12:19He shall not stryve he shall not crye nether shall eny man heare his voyce in ye streetes
12:20a brosed rede shall he not breacke and flaxe that begynneth to burne he shall not queche tyll he sende forth iudgement vnto victory
12:21and in hys name shall the gentyls truste.
12:22Then was brought to hym one possessed with a devyll which was both blynde and domme: and he healed hym insomoch that he which was blynd and domme both spake and sawe.
12:23And all the people were amased and sayde: Ys not this that sonne of David?
12:24But when the Pharises hearde that they sayde: This felow dryveth ye devyls no nother wyse oute but by the helpe of Belzebub ye chefe of the devyls.
12:25But Iesus knewe their thoughtes and sayde to the. Every kingdome devided wt in it sylfe shalbe brought to naught. Nether shall eny cite or housholde devyded agest it sylfe cotynue.
12:26So if sata cast out sata the is he devyded agenst him sylfe. How shall then his kyngdome endure?
12:27Also if I by ye helpe of Belzebub cast oute devyls: by whose helpe do youre chyldren cast them out? Therfore they shalbe youre iudges.
12:28But if I cast out the devyls by the sprite of God: then is the kyngdome of god come on you?
12:29Ether how can a ma enter into a stroge manes housse and violently take awaye his goodes: excepte he fyrst binde ye stroge man and the spoyle his housse?
12:30He that is not wt me is agaynst me. And he yt gaddereth not wt me scattereth abrode.
12:31Wherfore I say vnto you all maner of synne and blasphemy shalbe forgeven vnto men: but the blasphemy of ye sprite shall not be forgeven vnto men.
12:32And whoso ever speaketh a worde agaynst the sonne of man it shalbe forgeven him. But whosoever speaketh agaynst the holy goost it shall not be forgeven hym: no nether in this worlde nether in the worlde to come.
12:33Ether make ye tree good and his frute good also: or els make ye tree evyll and his frute evyll also. For ye tree is knowe by his frute.
12:34O generacio of viperes how can ye saye well whe ye youre selves are evyll? For of ye aboundace of the hert ye mouthe speaketh.
12:35A good ma oute of ye good treasure of his hert bringeth forth good thynges. And an evyll man out of his evyll treasure bringeth forth evyll thinges.
12:36But I say vnto you that of every ydell worde that men shall have spoken: they shall geve acountes at the daye of iudgement.
12:37For by thy wordes thou shalt be iustifyed: and by thy wordes thou shalt be condemned.
12:38Then answered certeyne of the scribes and of the Pharises sayinge: Master we wolde fayne se a sygne of ye.
12:39He answered and sayde to the: The evyll and advoutrous generacio seketh a signe but ther shall no signe be geve to the saue the signe of the Prophete Ionas.
12:40For as Ionas was thre dayes and thre nyghtes in the whales belly: soo shall ye sonne of man be thre dayes and thre nyghtes in ye hert of ye erth.
12:41The men of Ninivie shall rise at the daye of iugdement with this nacion and condemne them: for they amended at ye preachinge of Ionas. And beholde a greater then Ionas is here.
12:42The quene of ye south shall ryse at ye daye of iudgement with this generacion and shall condemne the: for she came fro the vtmost parties of the worlde to heare the wysdome of Salomon. And beholde a greater then Salomo is here.
12:43When the vnclene sprite is gone out of a man he walketh throughout dry places seking reest and fyndeth none.
12:44Then he sayeth: I will retourne ageyne into my housse fro whece I came oute. And when he is come he fyndeth the housse empty and swepte and garnisshed.
12:45Then he goeth his waye and taketh vnto him seven other spretes worsse then himsilfe and so entre they in and dwell there. And the ende of that man is worsse then the beginning. Even so shall it be with this evell nacion.
12:46Whill he yet talked to the people: beholde his mother and his brethren stode without desyringe to speake with him.
12:47Then one sayde vnto hym: beholde thy mother and thy brethre stonde without desiringe to speke wt the.
12:48He answered and sayd to him that tolde hym: Who is my mother? or who are my brethren?
12:49And he stretched forth his hond over his disciples and sayd: behold my mother and my brethren.
12:50For whosoever dothe my fathers will which is in heve the same is my brother suster and mother.
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.