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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

11:1And the Apostles and the brethren that were thorowout Iewry harde saye that the hethen had also receaved the worde of God.
11:2And when Peter was come vp to Ierusalem they of the circumcision reasoned wyth him
11:3sayinge: Thou wentest in to men vncircumcised and atest with them.
11:4Then Peter began and expounded ye thinge in order to the sayinge:
11:5I was in the cyte of Ioppa prayinge and in a traunce I sawe a vision a certen vessell descende as it had bene a large lynnyn clothe let doune from hevin by the fower corners and it cam to me.
11:6Into the which when I had fastened myn eyes I consydered and sawe fowerfoted beastes of ye erth and vermen and wormes and foules of the ayer.
11:7And I herde a voyce sayinge vnto me: aryse Peter sley and eate.
11:8And I sayd: God forbyd lorde for nothinge comen or vnclene hath at eny tyme entred into my mouth.
11:9But the voyce answered me agayne from heven cout not thou those thinges come which god hath clensed.
11:10And this was done thre tymes. And all were takin vp agayne into heven.
11:11And beholde immediatly ther were thre men come vnto the housse where I was sent from Cesarea vnto me.
11:12And the sprete sayde vnto me that I shuld go with them with out doutinge. Morover the sixe brethren accompanyed me: and we entred into the mas housse.
11:13And he shewed vs how he had sene an angell in his housse which stod and sayde to him: Send men to Ioppa and call for Symon named also Peter:
11:14he shall tell the wordes wherby both thou and all thyne housse shalbe saved.
11:15And as I begane to preach ye holy goost fell on them as he dyd on vs at the begynninge.
11:16Then came to my remembrauce ye wordes of the Lorde how he sayde: Iohn baptised with water but ye shalbe baptysed with the holy goost.
11:17For as moche then as God gave the lyke gyftes as he dyd vnto vs when we beleved on the Lorde Iesus Christ: what was I that I shuld have with stonde God?
11:18when they hearde this they helde their peace and gloryfied God sayinge: then hath God also to the gentyls graunted repentaunce vnto lyfe.
11:19They which were scattryd abroade thorow the affliccion that arose aboute Steven walked thorow oute tyll they came vnto Phenices and Cypers and Antioche preachynge ye worde to no man but vnto the Iewes only.
11:20Some of them were men of Cypers and Syrene which when they were come into Antioche spake vnto the Grekes and preched the Lorde Iesus.
11:21And the honde of the Lorde was with them and a greate nombre beleved and turned vnto the Lorde.
11:22Tydinges of these thinges came vnto ye eares of the congregacion which was in Ierusalem. And they sente forth Barnabas that he shuld go vnto Antioche.
11:23Which when he was come and had sene the grace of God was glad and exhorted them all that with purpose of hert they wolde continually cleave vnto ye Lorde.
11:24For he was a good man and full of the holy goost and of faythe: and moche people was added vnto the Lorde.
11:25Then departed Barnabas to Tarsus for to seke Saul.
11:26And when he had founde him he brought him vnto Antioche. And it chaunsed yt a whole yere they had their conversacion with the congregacio there and taught moche people: in so moche that the disciples of Antioche were the fyrst that were called Christen.
11:27In those dayes came Prophetes fro Ierusalem vnto Antioche.
11:28And ther stode vp one of them named Agabus and signified by the sprete that ther shuld be great derth throughoute all the worlde which came to passe in ye Emproure Claudius dayes.
11:29Then the disciples every man accordinge to his abilite purposed to sende socoure vnto the brethren which dwelt in Iewry.
11:30Which thinge they also dyd and sent it to the elders by the hondes of Barnabas and Saul.
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.