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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

17:1And after. vi. dayes Iesus toke Peter and Iames and Ihon his brother and brought them vp into an hye mountayne out of the waye
17:2and was transfygured before them: and his face did shyne as the sunne and his clothes were as whyte as the light.
17:3And beholde ther appered vnto the Moses and Helyas talkinge with him.
17:4Then answered Peter and sayde to Iesus: master here is good beinge for vs. If thou wylt leet vs make here .iii. tabernacles one for the and one for Moses and one for Helyas.
17:5Whyll he yet spake beholde a bright cloude shadowed them. And beholde there came a voyce out of ye cloude sayinge: this is my deare sonne in whom I delite heare him.
17:6And when the disciples hearde that they fell on their faces and were soore afrayed.
17:7And Iesus came and touched them and sayde: aryse and be not afrayed.
17:8And when they looked vp they saw no man saue Iesus onely.
17:9And as they came doune from the mountayne Iesus charged them sayinge: se yt ye shewe the vision to no man vntyll the sonne of man be rysen ageyne from deeth.
17:10And his disciples axed of him sayinge: Why then saye the scribes yt Helyas muste fyrst come?
17:11Iesus answered and sayd vnto them: Helyas shall fyrst come and restore all thinges.
17:12And I saye vnto you yt Helyas is come alredy and they knewe him not: but have done vnto him whatsoever they lusted. In lyke wyse shall also the sonne of man suffre of the.
17:13Then ye disciples perceaved that he spake vnto them of Ihon baptist.
17:14And when they were come to ye people ther cam to him a certayne man and kneled doune to him and sayde:
17:15Master have mercy on my sonne for he is franticke: and is sore vexed. And oft tymes he falleth into the fyre and oft into ye water
17:16And I brought him to thy disciples and they coulde not heale him.
17:17Iesus answered and sayde: O generacion faythles and croked: how longe shall I be with you? how longe shall I suffre you? bring him hidder to me.
17:18And Iesus rebuked the devyll and he ca out of him. And ye child was healed even yt same houre.
17:19Then came the disciples to Iesus secretly and sayde: Why could not we cast him out?
17:20Iesus sayd vnto the: Because of youre vnbelefe For I saye veryly vnto you: yf ye had faythe as a grayne of musterd seed ye shuld saye vnto this moutayne remove hence to yonder place and he shuld remove: nether shuld eny thinge be vnpossible for you to do.
17:21How be it this kynde goeth not oute but by prayer and fastinge.
17:22As they passed the tyme in Galile Iesus sayde vnto them: the sonne of man shalbe betrayed into the hondes of men
17:23and they shall kill him and the thyrd daye he shall ryse agayne. And they sorowed greatly.
17:24And when they were come to Capernau they yt were wont to gadre poll money came to Peter and sayde: Doth youre master paye tribute?
17:25He sayd: ye. And when he was come into the house Iesus spake fyrst to him saying What thinkest thou Simon? of whome do ye kynges of the erth take tribute or poll money? of their chyldren or of straungers?
17:26Peter sayde vnto him: of straungers. Then sayd Iesus vnto him agayne: Then are the chyldren fre.
17:27Neverthelesse lest we shuld offende the: goo to ye see and cast in thyne angle and take the fysshe yt fyrst cometh vp: and when thou hast opened his mouthe thou shalt fynde a pece of twentie pence: yt take and paye for me and the.
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.