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Bishops Bible 1568



13:1There were present at the same seaso, certaine men, that shewed him of ye Galileans, whose blood Pilate hadde myngled with their owne sacrifice.
13:2And Iesus aunswered, and sayde vnto them: Suppose ye that these Galileans, were greater sinners then all the others Galileans, because they suffred such punishment?
13:3I tell you naye: but except ye repent, ye shall all lykewyse peryshe.
13:4Or those eyghteene vpon whiche the towre in Siloe fell, and slewe them, thynke ye that they were sinners aboue all men that dwelt in Hierusalem?
13:5I tell you naye: but except ye repent, ye shall all lykewyse peryshe.
13:6He tolde also this similitude. A certaine man had a figge tree planted in his vineyarde, and he came, and sought fruite theron, and founde none.
13:7Then sayde he to the dresser of his vineyarde: Beholde, this three yere I haue come & sought fruite in this figge tree, and finde none: cut it downe, why cumbreth it the grounde?
13:8And he aunswered, & sayde vnto him: Lorde, let it alone this yere also, tyll I dygge rounde about it, & dongue it.
13:9And yf it beare fruite [thou mayest] let it alone: and yf it beare not then, after that shalt thou cut it downe.
13:10And he taught in one of their synagogues on the Sabboth dayes.
13:11And beholde, there was a woman, which had a spirite of infirmitie eyghteene yeres, and was bowed together, and coulde in no wyse lyft vp her head.
13:12When Iesus sawe her, he called her to hym, and sayde vnto her: Woman, thou art loosed from thy disease.
13:13And he layde his handes on her, and immediatly, she was made strayght, and glorified God.
13:14And the ruler of the synagogue aunswered with indignation, because that Iesus had healed on the Sabboth day, & sayde vnto the people: There are sixe dayes, in which men ought to worke, in them therfore come, that ye may be healed, and not on the Sabboth day.
13:15But the Lorde aunswered hym, and sayde: Thou hypocrite, doth not eche one of you on the Sabboth day, loose his oxe or his asse from the staule, and leade hym to the water?
13:16And ought not this daughter of Abraham, whom Satan hath bounde, lo eyghteene yeres, be loosed from this bonde on the Sabboth day?
13:17And when he sayde these thynges, all his aduersaries were ashamed, and all the people reioyced on all the excellent deedes that were done by hym.
13:18Then sayde he: What is the kyngdome of God lyke? or whereto shall I compare it?
13:19It is like a grayne of mustarde seede, whiche a man toke & sowed in his garden: and it grewe, and waxed a great tree, and the foules of the ayre made nestes in the braunches of it.
13:20And agayne he sayde: Whervnto shall I lyken the kyngdome of God?
13:21It is lyke leuen, which a woman toke, and hyd in three peckes of meale, tyll all was leuened.
13:22And he went through all cities and townes, teachyng, and iourneying towardes Hierusalem.
13:23Then sayde one vnto hym: Lorde, are there fewe that be saued? And he sayde vnto them:
13:24Stryue to enter in at the strayte gate: for many I say vnto you, wyll seke to enter in, and shall not be able.
13:25When the good man of the house is risen vp, and hath shut to the doore, and ye begyn to stande without, & to knocke at the doore, saying, Lorde, Lorde, open vnto vs: and he shall aunswere, and say vnto you, I knowe you not whence ye are.
13:26Then shall ye begyn to say: We haue eaten and dronken in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streates.
13:27And he shall say, I tell you, I knowe you not, whence ye are: depart from me all ye that worke iniquitie.
13:28There shalbe weepyng & gnasshyng of teeth, when ye shall see Abraham, and Isaac, and Iacob, and all the prophetes, in the kyngdome of God, and ye your selues thrust out.
13:29And they shall come from the east and from the west, and from the north, and from the south, and shall syt downe in the kyngdome of God.
13:30And beholde, there are last, which shalbe first: And there are first, which shalbe last.
13:31The same day, came there certaine of the pharisees, and sayde vnto hym: Get thee out, and depart hence, for Herode wyll kyll thee.
13:32And he sayde vnto them: Go ye, and tell that foxe, beholde, I cast out deuyls, & heale the people to day & to morowe, and the thirde day I shalbe perfected.
13:33Neuerthelesse, I must walke to day and to morowe, and the day folowyng: For it can not be, that a prophete perishe any other where, saue at Hierusalem.
13:34O Hierusalem, Hierusalem, which kyllest prophetes, and stonest them that are sent vnto thee, howe often woulde I haue gathered thy children together, as a henne doth gather her young vnder her wynges, and ye woulde not?
13:35Beholde, your house is left vnto you desolate. Ueryly I say to you, ye shall not see me, vntyll the tyme come that ye shall say, Blessed is he that commeth in the name of the Lorde.
Bishops Bible 1568

Bishops Bible 1568

The Bishops' Bible was produced under the authority of the established Church of England in 1568. It was substantially revised in 1572, and the 1602 edition was prescribed as the base text for the King James Bible completed in 1611. The thorough Calvinism of the Geneva Bible offended the Church of England, to which almost all of its bishops subscribed. They associated Calvinism with Presbyterianism, which sought to replace government of the church by bishops with government by lay elders. However, they were aware that the Great Bible of 1539 , which was the only version then legally authorized for use in Anglican worship, was severely deficient, in that much of the Old Testament and Apocrypha was translated from the Latin Vulgate, rather than from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. In an attempt to replace the objectionable Geneva translation, they circulated one of their own, which became known as the Bishops' Bible.