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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

27:1When the mornynge was come all ye chefe prestes and the elders of ye people helde a counsayle agenst Iesu to put him to deeth
27:2and brought him bounde and delivered him vnto Poncius Pilate the debite.
27:3Then when Iudas which betrayed him sawe that he was condempned he repented him sylfe and brought ageyne the .xxx. plattes of sylver to ye chefe prestes and elders
27:4sayinge: I have synned betrayinge the innocent bloud. And they sayde: what is that to vs? Se thou to that.
27:5And he cast doune the sylver plattes in the temple and departed and went and hounge him sylfe.
27:6And the chefe prestes toke the sylver plattes and sayd: it is not lawfull for to put them in to the treasury because it is the pryce of bloud.
27:7And they toke counsell and bought with them a potters felde to bury strangers in.
27:8Wherfore that felde is called the felde of bloud vntyll this daye.
27:9Then was fulfylled that which was spoken by Ieremy the Prophet sayinge: and they toke .xxx. sylver plattes the prise of him that was valued whom they bought of the chyldren of Israel
27:10and they gave them for the potters felde as the Lorde appoynted me.
27:11Iesus stode before the debite: and the debite axed him sayinge: Arte thou the kynge of ye Iues? Iesus sayd vnto him: Thou sayest
27:12and when he was accused of ye chefe prestes and elders he answered nothinge.
27:13Then sayd Pilate vnto him: hearest thou not how many thinges they laye ageynste ye?
27:14And he answered him to never a worde: in so moche that the debite marveylled greatlie.
27:15At that feest the debite was wonte to deliver vnto ye people a presoner whom they wolde desyer.
27:16He had then a notable presoner called Barrabas.
27:17And when they were gadered together Pilate sayde vnto the: whether wyll ye that I geve losse vnto you Barrabas or Iesus which is called Christ?
27:18For he knewe well that for envie they had delivred him.
27:19When he was set doune to geve iudgemet his wyfe sent to him sayinge: have thou nothinge to do with that iuste man. For I have suffered many thinges this daye in a dreame about him.
27:20But the chefe preestes and the elders had parswaded the people that they shulde axe Barrabas and shulde destroye Iesus.
27:21Then the debite answered and sayde vnto them: whether of the twayne wyll ye that I let loosse vnto you? And they sayde Barrabas.
27:22Pilate sayde vnto them: what shall I do then with Iesus which is called Christ? They all sayde to him: let him be crucified.
27:23Then sayde the debite: what evyll hath he done? And they cryed the more sayinge: let him be crucified.
27:24When Pilate sawe that he prevayled nothinge but that moare busines was made he toke water and wasshed his hondes before ye people sayinge: I am innocent of the bloud of this iuste person and that ye shall se.
27:25Then answered all the people and sayde: his bloud be on vs and on oure chyldren.
27:26Then let he Barrabas loose vnto them and scourged Iesus and delivered him to be crucified.
27:27Then the soudeours of the debite toke Iesus vnto the comen hall and gaddered vnto him all the company.
27:28And they stripped him and put on him a purpyll roobe
27:29and platted a croune of thornes and put vpon his heed and a rede in his ryght honde: and bowed their knees before him and mocked him saying: hayle kinge of the Iewes:
27:30and spitted vpon him and toke the rede and smoote him on the heed.
27:31And when they had mocked him they toke the robe of him ageyne and put his awne reymet on him and leed him awaye to crucify him.
27:32And as they came out they fonnde a man of Cyren named Simon: him they compelled to beare his crosse.
27:33And whe they cam vnto ye place called Golgotha (that is to saye a place of deed mens sculles)
27:34they gave him veneger to drinke mengled with gall. And when he had tasted therof he wolde not drinke.
27:35When they had crucified him they parted his garmentes and did cast lottes: to fulfyll that was spoken by the prophet. They deuyded my garmetes amonge them: and apon my vesture did cast loottes.
27:36And they sate and watched him there.
27:37And they set vp over his heed the cause of his deeth written. This is Iesus the kynge of the Iewes.
27:38And ther were two theves crucified with him one on ye right honde and another on the lyfte.
27:39They that passed by revyled him waggynge ther heeddes
27:40and sayinge: Thou that destroyest the temple of God and byldest it in thre dayes save thy sylfe. If thou be ye sonne of God come doune from the crosse.
27:41Lykwyse also the hye prestes mockinge him with the scribes aud elders sayde:
27:42He saved other him sylfe he can not save. If he be ye kynge of Israel: let him now come doune from the crosse and we will beleve him.
27:43He trusted in God let him deliver him now yf he will have him: for he sayde I am the sonne of God.
27:44That same also the theves which were crucified with him cast in his tethe.
27:45From the sixte houre was there dercknes over all the londe vnto the nynth houre.
27:46And about ye nynth houre Iesus cryed with a loude voyce sayinge: Eli Eli lama asbathani. That is to saye my God my God why hast thou forsaken me?
27:47Some of them that stode there when they herde that sayde: This man calleth for Helyas.
27:48And streyght waye one of them ranne and toke a sponge and filled it full of veneger and put it on a rede and gave him to drinke.
27:49Other sayde let be: let vs se whyther Helyas will come and deliver him.
27:50Iesus cryed agayne with a lowde voyce and yelded vp the goost.
27:51And beholde the vayle of the temple dyd rent in twayne from ye toppe to the bottome and the erth dyd quake and the stones dyd rent
27:52and graves dyd open: and the bodies of many sainctes which slept arose
27:53and came out of ye graves after his resurreccion and came into the holy cite and appered vnto many.
27:54When the Centurion and they that were with him watchinge Iesus sawe ye erth quake and those thinges which hapened they feared greatly sayinge. Of a surete this was the sonne of God.
27:55And many wemen were there beholdinge him a farre of which folowed Iesus fro Galile ministringe vnto him.
27:56Amonge which was Mary Magdalen and Mary the mother of Iames and Ioses and ye mother of zebedes chyldren.
27:57When the even was come there came a ryche man of Aramathia named Ioseph which same also was Iesus disciple.
27:58He went to Pilate and begged the body of Iesus. Then Pilate commaunded the body to be delivered.
27:59And Ioseph toke the body and wrapped it in a clene lynnyn clooth
27:60and put it in his newe tombe which he had hewen out even in the roke and rolled a greate stone to the dore of ye sepulcre and departed.
27:61And there was Mary Magdalene and the other Mary sittynge over ageynste the sepulcre.
27:62The nexte daye that foloweth good frydaye the hye prestes and pharises got them selves to Pilate
27:63and sayde: Syr we remember yt this deceaver sayde whyll he was yet alyve After thre dayes I will aryse agayne.
27:64Commaunde therfore that the sepulcre be made sure vntyll ye thyrd daye lest paraventure his disciples come and steale him awaye and saye vnto the people he is rysen from deeth and the laste erroure be worsse then the fyrst.
27:65Pilate sayde vnto them. Take watche men: Go and make it as sure as ye can.
27:66And they went and made the sepulcre sure with watche men and sealed the stone.
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.