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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament

 

   

2:1Wherfore we ought to geve ye more hede to ye thinges we have herde lest we perysshe.
2:2For yf the worde which was spoke by angels was stedfast: so yt every trasgressio and disobediece receaved a iust recopece to rewarde:
2:3how shall we escape yf we despyse so great saluacio which at ye fyrst bega to be preached of ye lorde him silfe and afterwarde was cofermed vnto vs warde by the ye hearde it
2:4god bearynge witnes therto bothe with sygnes and wonders also and with divers miracles and gyftes of the holy gooste accordynge to his awne will.
2:5He hath not vnto the angels put in subieccion the worlde to come where of we speake.
2:6But one in a certayne place witnessed sayinge. What is man that thou arte myndfull of him?
2:7After thou haddest for a season made him lower then the angels: thou crounedst him with honour and glory and hast set him above the workes of thy hondes.
2:8Thou hast put all thynges in subieccion vnder his fete. In that he put all thynges vnder him he left nothynge that is not put vnder him.
2:9Neverthelesse we yet se not all thynges subdued but him yt was made lesse the ye angelles: we se that it was Iesus which is crouned with glory and honour for the sofferinge of death: that he by the grace of god shulde tast of deeth for all men.
2:10For it becam him for whom are all thynges and by whom are all thynges after that he had brought many sonnes vnto glory that he shuld make the lorde of their saluacion parfect thorow sofferynge.
2:11For he that sanctifieth and they which are sanctified are all of one. For which causes sake he is not ashamde to call the brethren
2:12sayinge: I will declare thy name vnto my brethren and in the myddes of the congregacio will I prayse the.
2:13And agayne: I will put my trust in him. And agayne. beholde here am I and the children which god hath geven me.
2:14For as moche then as the children were parte takers of flesshe and bloud he also him silfe lyke wyse toke parte with them for to put doune thorow deth him that had lordshippe over deeth that is to saye the devyll
2:15and yt he myght delyver the which thorow feare of deeth were all their lyfetyme in dauger of bondage.
2:16For he in no place taketh on him the angels: but the seede of Abraham taketh he on him.
2:17Wherfore in all thynges it became him to be made lyke vnto his brethre that he myght be mercifull and a faythfull hye preste in thynges concernynge god for to pourge the peoples synnes.
2:18For in that he him silfe suffered and was tempted he is able to sucker them that are tempted.
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.