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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



13:1And as he went out of the teple one of his disciples sayde vnto him: Master se what stones and what byldynges are here.
13:2And Iesus answered and sayde vnto him: Seist thou these greate byldinges? There shall not be leefte one stone vpon a another that shall not be throwen doune.
13:3And as he sate on moute olivete over agest the teple Peter and Iames and Iohn and Andrew axed him secretly:
13:4tell vs when shall these thinges be? And what is ye signe whe all these thinges shalbe fulfilled?
13:5And Iesus answered the and bega to saye: take hede lest eny man deceave you.
13:6For many shall come in my name sayinge: I am Christ and shall deceave many.
13:7When ye shall heare of warre and tydinges of warre be ye not troubled. For soche thinges muste nedes be. But the ende is not yet.
13:8For ther shall nacion aryse agaynste nacion and kyngdome agaynst kyngdome. And ther shalbe erth quakes in all quarters and famyshment and troubles. These are the begynnynge of sorowes.
13:9But take ye hede to youre selves. For they shall bringe you vp to ye counsels and into ye synagoges and ye shalbe beaten: ye and shalbe brought before rulers and kynges for my sake for a testimoniall vnto them.
13:10And the gospell must fyrste be publysshed amoge all nacions.
13:11But when they leade you and present you toke noo thought afore honde what ye shall saye nether ymagion: but whatsoever is geve you at the same tyme that speake. For it shall not be ye that shall speake but ye holy goost.
13:12Ye and the brother shall delyvre the brother to deeth and the father the sonne and the chyldre shall ryse agaynste their fathers and mothers and shall put them to deeth.
13:13And ye shalbe hated of all men for my names sake. But whosoever shall endure vnto the ende the same shalbe safe.
13:14Moreover whe ye se the abhominacio that betokeneth desolacion wherof is spoken by Daniel the Prophet stonde where it ought not let him that redeth vnderstonde. Then let them that be in Iurie fle to the mountaynes.
13:15And let him that is on the housse toppe not descende doune into the housse nether entre therin to fetche eny thinge oute of his housse.
13:16And let hym that is in the felde not tourne backe agayne vnto the thinges which he leeft behynde him for to take his cloothes with him.
13:17Woo is then to them that are wt chylde and to them that geve soucke in thoose dayes.
13:18But praye that youre flyght be not in the wynter.
13:19For ther shalbe in those dayes suche tribulacion as was not from the begynninge of creatures which God created vnto this tyme nether shalbe.
13:20And excepte yt the Lorde shuld shorten those dayes no ma shuld be saved. But for the electes sake which he hath chosen he hath shortened those dayes.
13:21And then yf eny man saye to you: loo here is Christ: loo he is there beleve not.
13:22For falce Christes shall aryse and falce Prophetes and shall shewe myracles and wondres to deceave yf it were possible evyn the electe.
13:23But take ye hede: beholde I have shewed you all thinges before.
13:24Moreover in thoose dayes after that tribulacio the sunne shall wexe darke and the mone shall not geve her light
13:25and the starres of heven shall fall: and the powers wich are in heven shall move.
13:26And then shall they se the sonne of man comynge in the cloudes with greate power and glory.
13:27And then shall he sende his angels and shall gaddre to gedder his electe from the fower wyndes and from the one ende of the worlde to the other.
13:28Learne a similitude of ye fygge tree. When his braunches are yet tender and hath brought forthe leves ye knowe that sommer is neare.
13:29So in lyke maner when ye se these thinges come to passe: vnderstond that it ys nye even at the dores.
13:30Verely I saye vnto you yt this generacion shall not passe tyll all these thinges be done.
13:31Heven and erth shall passe but my wordes shall not passe.
13:32But of the daye and the houre knoweth no ma: no not the angels which are in heven: nether the sonne him silfe save the father only.
13:33Take hede watche and praye for ye knowe not when the tyme ys.
13:34As a man which is gone in to a straunge countrey and hath lefte hys housse and geven auctorite to his servautes and to every man hys worke and commaunded the porter to watche.
13:35Watche therfore for ye knowe not when the master of ye housse will come whether at eve or at mydnyght whether at the cocke crowynge or in the daunynge:
13:36lest yf he come sodenly he shuld fynde you slepynge.
13:37And that I saye vnto you I saye vnto all men watche.
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.