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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

13:1Let brotherly love continue.
13:2Be not forgetfull to lodge straungers. For therby have dyvers receaved angels into their houses vnwares.
13:3Remember them that are in bondes even as though ye were bounde with them. Be myndfull of them which are in adversitie as ye which are yet in youre bodies.
13:4Let wedlocke be had in pryce in all poyntes and let the chamber be vndefiled: for whore kepers and advoutrars god will iudge.
13:5Let youre conversacion be with out coveteousnes and be contet with that ye have all redy. For he verely sayd: I will not fayle the nether forsake the:
13:6that we maye boldly saye: the lorde is my helper and I will not feare what man doeth vnto me.
13:7Remember them which have the oversight of you which have declared vnto you the worde of god. The ende of whose conversacion se that ye looke vpon and folowe their fayth.
13:8Iesus Christ yesterdaye and to daye and the same continueth for ever.
13:9Be not caryed aboute with divers and straunge learnynge. For it is a good thynge that the herte be stablisshed with grace and not with meates which have not proffeted them that have had their pastyme in them.
13:10We have an altre wherof they maye not eate which serve in the tabernacle.
13:11For ye bodies of those beastes whose bloud is brought into the holy place by the hie prest to pourge sinne are burnt with out the tentes.
13:12Therfore Iesus to sanctifye the people with his awne bloud suffered with out the gate.
13:13Let vs goo forth therfore out of the tentes and suffer rebuke with him.
13:14For here have we no continuynge citie: but we seke one to come.
13:15For by him offer we the sacrifice of laude allwayes to god: that is to saye the frute of those lyppes which confesse his name.
13:16To do good and to distribute forget not for with suche sacrifises god is pleased.
13:17Obeye the that have the oversight of you and submit youre selves to them for they watch for youre soules even as they that must geve a comptes: that they maye do it with ioye and not with grefe. For that is an vnproffitable thynge for you.
13:18Praye for vs. We have confidence because we have a good conscience in all thynges and desyre to live honestly.
13:19I desire you therfore somwhat the moare aboundantly that ye so do that I maye be restored to you quyckly.
13:20The god of peace that brought agayne fro deth oure lorde Iesus the gret shepperde of the shepe thorowe the bloud of the everlastynge testamet
13:21make you parfect in all good workes to do his will workynge in you yt which is pleasaut in his syght thorow Iesus christ To whom be prayse for ever whill the worlde endureth Amen.
13:22I beseche you brethren suffre the wordes of exhortacio: For we have written vnto you in feawe wordes:
13:23knowe the brother Timothe whom we have sent fro vs with whom (yf he come shortly) I will se you.
13:24Salute the that have the oversight of you and all the saynctes. They of Italy salute you.
13:25Grace be with you all. Amen.
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.