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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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11:1And when they came nye to Hierusalem vnto Bethphage and Bethanie besydes mout olivete he sent forth two of his hisciples
11:2and sayde vnto the: Goo youre wayes into the toune that is over agaynst you. And assone as ye be entred into it ye shall fynde a coolte bounde wheron never man sate: loose him and bringe him.
11:3And if eny man saye vnto you: why do ye soo? Saye that the Lorde hath neade of him: and streight waye he will sende him hidder.
11:4And they wet their waye and foud a coolte tyed by the dore with out in a place where two wayes met and they losed him.
11:5And divers of the that stode there sayde vnto the: what do ye loosinge ye coolte?
11:6And they sayd vnto them eve as Iesus had comaunded the. And they let them goo.
11:7And they brought ye coolte to Iesus and caste their garmetes on him: and he sate vpo him.
11:8And many sprede there garmetes in the waye. Other cut doune brauches of the trees and strawed them in ye waye.
11:9And they yt went before and they that folowed cryed sayinge: Hos anna: blessed be he that cometh in ye name of ye Lorde.
11:10Blessed be ye kingdome that cometh in ye name of him yt is Lorde of oure father David. Hos anna in ye hyest.
11:11And ye Lorde entred in to Ierusalem and into the teple. And when he had loked roudabout vpon all thinges and now ye eve tyde was come he went out vnto Bethany with ye twelve.
11:12And on the morowe when they were come out fro Bethany he hungred
11:13and spyed a fygge tree a farre of havinge leves and wet to se whether he myght finde eny thinge ther on. But when he came therto he foude no thinge but leves: for the tyme of fygges was not yet.
11:14And Iesus answered and sayde to it: never man eate frute of the here after whill ye worlde stondith. And his disciples hearde it.
11:15And they came to Ierusalem. And Iesus wet into the teple and begane to cast out ye sellers and byers in the teple and overthrewe the tables of the money chaungers and the stoles of them that solde doves:
11:16and wolde not suffre that eny man caried a vessell thorow the temple.
11:17And he taught sayinge vnto them is it not written: my housse shalbe called the housse of prayer vnto all nacions? But ye have made it a deen of theves.
11:18And the Scribes and hye prestes hearde yt and sought howe to distroye him. For they feared him because all the people marveled at his doctrine.
11:19And when eve was come he went out of the cite.
11:20And in the mornynge as they passed by they sawe the fygge tree dryed vp by ye rotes.
11:21And Peter remembred and sayde vnto him: master beholde the fygge tree which thou cursedest is widdred awaye.
11:22And Iesus answered and sayde vnto them: Have confides in God.
11:23Verely I saye vnto you that whosoever shall saye vnto this mountayne: take awaye thy silfe and cast thy silfe in to the see and shall not waver in his herte but shall beleve yt those thinges which he sayeth shall come to passe what soever he sayeth shalbe done to him.
11:24Therfore I saye vnto you what soever ye desyre when ye praye beleve yt ye shall have it and it shalbe done vnto you.
11:25And when ye stod and praye forgeve yf ye have eny thinge agaynste eny man yt youre father also which is in heve maye forgeve you youre trespases.
11:27And they came agayne to Hierusalem. And as he walked in the teple ther came to him ye hye prestes and the Scribes and the elders
11:28and sayd vnto him: by what auctorite doest thou these thinges? and who gave the this auctorite to do these thinges?
11:29Iesus answered and sayde vnto them: I will also axe of you a certayne thinge: and answere ye me and I wyll tell you by what auctorite I do these thinges.
11:30The baptyme of Iohn was it from heven or of men? Answer me.
11:31And they thought in them selves sayinge: yf we shall saye from heven: he will saye why then dyd ye not beleve him?
11:32but if we shall saye of me: then feare we ye people. For all men counted Iohn that he was a verie Prophete.
11:33And they answered and sayd vnto Iesu: we cannot tell. And Iesus answered and sayd vnto them: nether wyll I tell you by what auctorite I do these thynges.
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.