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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

14:1At that tyme Herod the tetrarcha hearde of the fame of Iesu
14:2and sayde vnto his servautes: This is Ihon ye baptist. He is risen agayne from deeth and therfore are soche myracles wrought by him.
14:3For Herod had taken Ihon and bounde him and put him in preson for Herodias sake his brother Philips wyfe.
14:4For Ihon sayde vnto him: Yt is not lawfull for the to have her.
14:5And when he wold have put him to deeth he feared the people because they counted him as a prophet.
14:6But when Herodes birth daye was come the doughter of Herodias daunsed before them and pleased Herod.
14:7Wherfore he promised wt an oth that he wolde geve hir whatsoever she wolde axe.
14:8And she beinge informed of her mother before sayde: geve me here Ihon baptistes heed in a platter.
14:9And ye kynge sorowed. Neverthelesse for his othes sake and for their sakis which sate also at ye table he comaunded yt to be geven hir:
14:10and sent and beheeded Ihon in the preson
14:11and his heed was brought in a platter and geven to the damsell and she brought it to her mother.
14:12And his disciples came and toke vp his body and buryed it: and went and tolde Iesus.
14:13When Iesus hearde that he departed thence by shippe in to a desert place out of ye waye. And when the people had hearde therof they folowed him afote out of their cities.
14:14And Iesus went forth and sawe moche people and his herte did melte vpon them and he healed of them those that were sicke.
14:15When even was come his disciples came to him sayinge. This is a deserte place and the daye is spent: let the people departe yt they maye go into ye tounes and bye them vytayllis.
14:16But Iesus sayde vnto them. They have no neade to go awaye. Geve ye the to eate.
14:17Then sayde they vnto him: we have here but .v. loves and two fysshes.
14:18And he sayde: bringe the hyther to me.
14:19And he comaunded ye people to syt downe on ye grasse: and toke ye .v. loves and the .ii. fysshes and loked vp to heven and blessed and brake and gave the loves to his disciples and the disciples gave them to ye people.
14:20And they dyd all eate and were suffised. And they gadered vp of ye gobbetes that remayned vii. basketes full.
14:21And they yt ate werein nobre about .v.M. men besyde wemen and chyldren.
14:22And strayght waye Iesus made his disciples enter into a shippe and to goo over before him whill he sent ye people awaye.
14:23And assone as he had sent the people awaye he went vp into a moutayne alone to praye. And when nyght was come he was there himsilf alone.
14:24And the shippe was now in the middes of the see and was toost with waves for it was a cotrary wynde.
14:25In the fourthe watche of ye night Iesus came vnto them walkynge on the see.
14:26And when his disciples sawe him walkynge on the see they were troubled sayinge: it is some spirite and cryed out for feare.
14:27And streyght waye Iesus spake vnto them sayinge: be of god cheare it is I be not afrayed.
14:28Peter answered him and sayde: master if thou be he bid me come vnto the on the water.
14:29And he sayde come. And when Peter was come doune out of ye shippe he walked on ye water to go to Iesus.
14:30But when he sawe a myghty wynde he was afrayed. And as he beganne to synke he cryed sayinge: master save me.
14:31And immediatly Iesus stretched forth his hode and caught him and sayde to him: O thou of lytell faith wherfore diddest thou dout?
14:32And assone as they were come in to ye shippe ye wynde ceassed.
14:33Then they that were in the shippe came and worshipped him sayinge: of a truth thou arte ye sonne of God.
14:34And when they were come over they went in to ye londe of Genazareth.
14:35And when ye men of yt place had knowledge of him they sent out in to all yt countre rounde about and brought vnto him all that were sicke
14:36and besought him that they myght touche the hemme of his vesture only. And as many as touched it were made safe.
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.