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Bishops Bible 1568



19:1And he entred in, and went through Hierico.
19:2And beholde, there was a man named Zacheus, which was the chiefe among the publicanes, and was riche [also]:
19:3And he sought [meanes] to see Iesus, what he shoulde be, & coulde not for the preasse, because he was litle of stature.
19:4And he ran before, and clymed vp into a wylde fygge tree, to see hym: for he was to come that way.
19:5And when Iesus came to the place, he loked vp and sawe hym, and sayde vnto hym: Zache, come downe at once, for to day I must abyde at thy house.
19:6And he came downe hastyly, and receaued hym ioyfully.
19:7And when they al saw it, they murmured, saying that he was gone in to tary with a man that is a synner.
19:8And Zache stoode foorth, and sayde vnto the Lorde: Beholde Lorde, the halfe of my goodes I geue to the poore, and yf I haue taken from any man by forged cauillation, I restore him foure folde.
19:9Iesus sayde vnto hym: This daye is saluation come to this house, because that he also is become the childe of Abraham.
19:10For the sonne of man is come to seke, and to saue that which was lost.
19:11And as they hearde these thynges, he added & spake a parable, because he was nye to Hierusale, & because they thought that the kingdome of God should shortly appeare.
19:12He sayde therfore: A certayne noble man went into a farre countrey, to receaue for hym selfe a kyngdome, and to come agayne.
19:13And he called his ten seruauntes, & deliuered the ten peeces of money, saying vnto them, Occupie tyl I come.
19:14But his citezins hated hym, and sent a message after hym, saying: We wyll not haue this man to raigne ouer vs.
19:15And it came to passe, that whe he had receaued his kyngdome and returned, he commaunded these seruauntes to be called vnto him, to whom he had geuen the money, to wyt howe muche euery man had done in occupying.
19:16Then came the first, saying: Lorde thy peece hath gayned ten peeces.
19:17And he sayde vnto hym: Well thou good seruaunt, because thou hast ben faythfull in a very litle thing, haue thou aucthoritie ouer ten cities.
19:18And the seconde came, saying: Thy peece hath encreased fiue peeces.
19:19And to the same he sayde, be thou also ruler ouer fyue cities.
19:20And another came, saying: Lorde beholde here is thy peece, whiche I haue layed vp in a napkin.
19:21For I feared thee, because thou art a strayte man: Thou takest vp that thou laydest not downe, & reapest that thou dyddest not sowe.
19:22He sayth vnto hym: Of thyne owne mouth wyll I iudge thee, thou euyll seruaunt. Knewest thou that I am a straite man, taking vp that I layed not downe, & reapyng that I dyd not sowe:
19:23And wherfore gauest not thou my money into the banke, and at my commyng I myght haue required myne owne with vauntage?
19:24And he sayde vnto them that stoode by: Take from hym that peece, and geue it to hym that hath ten peeces.
19:25And they sayde vnto hym: Lorde he hath ten peeces.
19:26For I say vnto you, that vnto euery one which hath, shalbe geuen: and fro hym that hath not, shalbe taken away euen that he hath.
19:27Moreouer, those mine enemies, which woulde not that I shoulde raigne ouer the, bring hyther, & slea them before me.
19:28And when he hadde thus spoken, he went foorth before, ascending vp to Hierusalem.
19:29And it came to passe, when he was come nye to Bethphage & Bethanie, besides the mount which is called Oliuet, he sent two of his disciples,
19:30Saying: Go ye into the towne which is ouer agaynst you, into the whiche, assoone as ye are come, ye shall fynde a coult tyed, wheron yet neuer man sate: loose hym, and bryng hym hyther.
19:31And yf any man aske you, why do ye loose hym, thus shall ye say vnto hym: because the Lorde hath neede of hym.
19:32They that were sent, went their way, & founde euen as he had said vnto them.
19:33And as they were a loosyng the coult, the owners therof said vnto them, why loose ye the coult?
19:34And they sayde: For the Lorde hath neede of hym.
19:35And they brought hym to Iesus, and cast their rayment on the coult, and set Iesus theron.
19:36And as he went, they spread their clothes in the way.
19:37And when he was nowe come nye to the going downe of the mount Oliuete, the whole multitude of the disciples began to reioyce, and to prayse God with a loude voyce, for all the miracles that they had seene.
19:38Saying: Blessed be the kyng that cometh in the name of the Lorde, peace in heauen, and glory in the hyest.
19:39And some of the Pharisees of the companie sayde vnto hym: Maister, rebuke thy disciples.
19:40He saide vnto them: I tell you, that if these holde their peace, then shall the stones crye.
19:41And when he was come neare, he behelde the citie, and wept on it.
19:42Saying: If thou haddest knowen those thynges whiche belong vnto thy peace, euen in this thy day: But nowe are they hyd from thyne eyes.
19:43For the dayes shall come vpon thee, that thyne enemies also shall caste a banke about thee, and compasse thee rounde, and kepe thee in on euery syde:
19:44And make thee euen with ye grounde, and thy chyldren which are in thee: and they shall not leaue in thee one stone vpo another, because thou knowest not the tyme of thy visitation.
19:45And he went into the temple, and began to cast out them that solde therin, & them that bought,
19:46Saying vnto them, it is written: My house is the house of prayer, but ye haue made it a denne of thieues.
19:47And he taught dayly in the temple. But the hye priestes and the scribes, & the chiefe of the people, went about to destroy hym,
19:48And coulde not fynde what to do: For all the people stacke by hym, when they hearde hym.
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.