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Bishops Bible 1568



6:1And it came to passe, on the seconde Sabboth, after the first, that he went through the corne fieldes: and his disciples plucked the eares of corne, and dyd eate, and rubbed them in their handes.
6:2And certayne of the pharisees sayde vnto them: Why do ye that, which is not lawfull to do on ye Sabboth dayes?
6:3And Iesus aunswered them, & sayde: Haue ye not read what Dauid dyd, when he hym selfe was an hungred, and they which were with hym:
6:4Howe he went into the house of God, and dyd take and eate the shewe bread, and gaue also to them that were with hym, which was not lawfull to eate, but for the priestes only?
6:5And he sayde vnto them: The sonne of man is Lord also of ye Sabboth day.
6:6And it came to passe also in another Sabboth, that he entred into the synagogue, and taught: And there was a man, whose right hand was dried vp.
6:7And the scribes & pharisees watched hym, whether he woulde heale on the Sabboth day: that they myght fynde howe to accuse hym.
6:8But he knewe their thoughtes, and said to the man which had the withered hande: Ryse vp, and stande foorth in the myddes. And he arose, and stoode foorth.
6:9Then sayde Iesus vnto them, I wyll aske you a question: Whether is it lawfull on the Sabboth dayes to do good, or to do euyll? to saue ones lyfe, or to destroy it?
6:10And he behelde them all in compasse, & sayde vnto the man: Stretche foorth thy hande. And he dyd so: & his hande was restored agayne as whole as the other.
6:11And they were fylled with madnesse, and communed together among them selues, what they myght do to Iesus.
6:12And it came to passe in those dayes, yt he wet out into a mountayne to pray, & continued all nyght in prayer to God.
6:13And assoone as it was day, he called his disciples: And of them he chose twelue, whom he called Apostles:
6:14(Simon, whom he also named Peter, and Andrewe his brother: Iames and Iohn, Philip and Barthelmewe,
6:15Matthewe and Thomas, Iames the sonne of Alpheus, & Simon, which is called Zelotes:
6:16And Iudas, Iames [brother] and Iudas Iscariot, which also was the traytour.)
6:17And he came downe with them, and stoode in the playne fielde, and the company of his disciples, and a great multitude of people, out of all Iurie & Hierusalem, and fro the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, which came to heare hym, and to be healed of their diseases,
6:18And they that were vexed with foule spirites: and they were healed.
6:19And all the people preassed to touche hym: for there went vertue out of hym, and healed them all.
6:20And he lyft vp his eyes vpon his disciples, and sayde: Blessed be ye poore, for yours is the kyngdome of God.
6:21Blessed are ye that hunger nowe, for ye shalbe satisfied. Blessed are ye that weepe nowe, for ye shall laugh.
6:22Blessed shall ye be when men hate you, & seperate you [from their companie] and raile on you, & put out your names as an euyll thyng, for the sonne of mans sake.
6:23Reioyce ye in that day, and be glad: For beholde, your rewarde is great in heauen: For thus dyd their fathers vnto the prophetes.
6:24But wo vnto you that are riche: for ye haue your consolation.
6:25Wo vnto you that are full: for ye shall hunger. Wo vnto you that nowe laugh: for ye shall wayle and weepe.
6:26Wo vnto you when all men prayse you: for so dyd their fathers to the false prophetes.
6:27But I say vnto you which heare: Loue your enemies, Do good to them which hate you.
6:28Blesse them that curse you: And pray for the which wrongfully trouble you.
6:29And vnto hym that smyteth thee on the one cheeke, offer also the other. And hym that taketh away thy cloke, forbyd not to take thy coate also.
6:30Geue to euery man that asketh of thee: And of hym that taketh away thy goodes, aske them not agayne.
6:31And as ye woulde that men shoulde do to you, do ye also to them lykewyse.
6:32For yf ye loue them which loue you, what thanke haue ye? For sinners also loue their louers.
6:33And yf ye do good for them which do good for you, what thanke haue ye? For sinners also do euen the same.
6:34And yf ye lende to them, of whom ye hope to receaue, what thanke haue ye? For synners also lende to sinners, to receaue such lyke agayne.
6:35But loue ye your enemies, & do good, and lende, lokyng for nothyng agayne: and your rewarde shalbe great, and ye shalbe the chyldren of the hyest: for he is kynde vnto the vnkynde, & to the euyll.
6:36Be ye therfore mercifull, as your father also is mercifull.
6:37Iudge not, & ye shall not be iudged: Condemne not, and ye shall not be condemned: Forgeue, & ye shalbe forgeuen.
6:38Geue, and it shalbe geuen vnto you: good measure, pressed downe, & shaken together, and runnyng ouer, shall men geue into your bosomes. For with the same measure that ye meate withall, shall other men meate to you agayne.
6:39And he put foorth a similitude vnto them: Can the blynde leade the blynde? Do they not both fall into the ditche?
6:40The disciple is not aboue his maister: But whosoeuer wylbe a perfect disciple, shalbe as his maister is.
6:41And why seest thou a moate in thy brothers eye: but considerest not the beame that is in thyne owne eye?
6:42Either, howe canst thou say to thy brother: Brother, let me pull out the moate that is in thyne eye, when thou seest not the beame that is in thyne owne eye? Thou hypocrite, caste out the beame out of thyne owne eye first, & then shalt thou see perfectly, to pul out the moate that is in thy brothers eye.
6:43For it is not a good tree, that bryngeth foorth euyll fruite: Neither is that an euyll tree, that bryngeth foorth good fruite.
6:44For euery tree is knowen by his fruite: for of thornes do not me gather fygges, nor of busshes, gather they grapes.
6:45A good man, out of the good treasure of his heart, bringeth foorth that which is good: And an euyll man, out of the euyll treasure of his heart, bryngeth foorth that which is euyll. For of the aboundaunce of the heart, his mouth speaketh.
6:46Why call ye me Lorde, Lorde, and do not as I byd you?
6:47Whosoeuer commeth to me, & heareth my sayinges, and doth the same, I wyll shewe you to whom he is lyke.
6:48He is lyke a man which built an house, and digged deepe, and layde the foundation on a rocke. And when the waters arose, the fludde beat vpon that house, and coulde not moue it: For it was grounded vpon a rocke.
6:49But he that heareth and doeth not, is lyke a man, that without foundation, built an house vpon the earth, agaynst which the fludde dyd beate, and it fell immediatly: And the fall of that house was great.
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.