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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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15:1Then came to Iesus scribes and pharises from Ierusalem sayinge:
15:2why do thy disciples transgresse the tradicios of ye elders? for they wesshe not their hondes when they eate breed.
15:3He answered and sayde vnto them: why do ye also transgresse ye comaundment of God thorowe youre tradicions?
15:4For God comaunded sayinge: honoure thy father and mother and he that cursseth father or mother shall suffer deeth.
15:5But ye saye every ma shall saye to his father or mother: That which thou desyrest of me to helpe ye with: is geven God:
15:6and so shall he not honoure his father or his mother. And thus haue ye made yt the comaundment of God is with out effecte through youre tradicios.
15:7Ypocrites well prophesyed of you Esay sayinge:
15:8This people draweth nye vnto me with their mouthes and honoureth me with their lippes howbe it their hertes are farre from me:
15:9but in vayne they worshippe me teachinge doctrines whiche are nothing but mens precepts.
15:10And he called the people vnto him and sayde to them: heare and vnderstande.
15:11That which goeth into the mouth defyleth not ye man: but that which commeth out of the mouth defyleth the man.
15:12Then came his disciples and sayde vnto him. Perceavest thou not how that the pharises are offended in hearinge thys sayinge?
15:13He answered and sayde: all plantes which my hevely father hath not planted shalbe plucked vp by the rotes.
15:14Let them alone they be the blynde leaders of the blynde. If the blynde leede the blynde boothe shall fall into the dyche.
15:15Then answered Peter and sayd to him: declare vnto vs this parable.
15:16Then sayde Iesus: are ye yet with oute vnderstondinge?
15:17perceave ye not that what soever goeth in at the mouth descendeth doune in to the bely and is cast out into the draught?
15:18But those thingis which procede out of the mouth come from the herte and they defyle the man.
15:19For out of the herte come evyll thoughtis murder breakyng of wedlocke whordo theefte falce witnes berynge blasphemye.
15:20These are the thingis which defyle a man. But to eate with vnwesshen hondes defyleth not a man.
15:21And Iesus went thence and departed in to the costis of Tyre and Sidon.
15:22And beholde a woman which was a Cananite came out of ye same coostis and cryed vnto him sayinge: have mercy on me Lorde the sonne of David my doughter is pytiously vexed with a devyll.
15:23And he gave her never a worde to answer. Then came to him his disciples and besought him sayinge: sende her awaye for she foloweth vs cryinge.
15:24He answered and sayde: I am not sent but vnto ye loost shepe of ye housse of Israel.
15:25Then she came and worshipped him sayinge: master helpe me.
15:26He answered and sayde: it is not good to take the chyldrens breed and to cast it to whelpes.
15:27She answered and sayde: truthe Lorde: neverthelesse the whelpes eate of the cromes which fall from their masters table.
15:28Then Iesus answered and sayde vnto her. O woman greate is thy faith be it to the even as thou desyrest. And her doughter was made whole even at that same houre.
15:29Then Iesus went awaye from thence and came nye vnto the see of Galile and went vp in to a mountayne and sat doune there.
15:30And moche people came vnto him havinge with the halt blynde domme maymed and other many: and cast them doune at Iesus fete. And he healed them
15:31in so moche that the people wondred to se the dome speake the maymed whole the halt to go and ye blynde to se. And they glorified the God of Israel.
15:32Then Iesus called his disciples to him and sayde: I have compassion on ye people becau se they have cotynued with me now .iii. dayes and have nought to eate: and I wyll not let them departe fastinge leste they perisshe in ye waye.
15:33And his disciples sayd vnto him: whece shuld we get so moche breed in ye wildernes as shuld suffise so greate a multitude?
15:34And Iesus sayde vnto them: how many loves have ye? And they sayde: seven and a feawe litle fysshes.
15:35And he comaunded ye people to syt doune on ye grounde:
15:36and toke the seven loves and the fysshes and gave thankes and brake them and gave to his disciples and the disciples gave them to the people.
15:37And they dyd all eate and were suffised. And they toke vp of the broke meate that was lefte .vii. basketes full.
15:38And yet they that ate were .iiii.M. men besyde wemen and chyldren.
15:39And he sent awaye the people and toke shippe and came into the parties of Magdala.
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.