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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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3:1And he entred agayne into ye synagoge and there was a man there which had a widdred honde.
3:2And they watched him to se whether he wolde heale him on the Saboth daye yt they might accuse him.
3:3And he sayde vnto ye man which had ye wyddred honde: arise and stonde in ye middes.
3:4And he sayd to them: whether is it laufull to do a good dede on ye Saboth dayes or an evyll? to save life or kyll? But they helde their peace.
3:5And he loked round aboute on them angerly mournyge on the blindnes of their hertes and sayde to the man: stretch forth thyne honde. And he stretched it oute. And his honde was restored even as whole as the other.
3:6And ye Pharises departed and streyght waye gaddred a counsell with the that belonged to Herode agaynst him yt they might destroye him.
3:7And Iesus auoyded wt his disciples to ye sea. And a greate multitude folowed him fro Galile and fro Iurie
3:8and fro Hierusalem and fro Idumea and fro beyonde Iordane: and they yt dwelled about Tyre and Sidon a greate multitude: which whe they had herde what thinges he dyd came vnto him.
3:9And he comaunded his disciples yt a shippe shuld wayte on him because of the people leste they shuld througe him.
3:10For he had healed many in somoche that they preased apon him for to touche him as many as had plages.
3:11And when the vnclene sprites sawe him they fell doune before him and cryed sayinge: thou arte the sonne of God.
3:12And he straygtly charged them that they shuld not vtter him.
3:13And he wet vp into a mountayne and called vnto him whom he wolde and they came vnto him.
3:14And he ordeyned ye .xii. that they shuld be wt him and that he myght sende the to preache:
3:15and that they might have power to heale syknesses and to cast out devyls.
3:16And he gave vnto Simon to name Peter.
3:17And he called Iames the sonne of zebede and Iohn Iames brother and gave them Bonarges to name which is to saye the sonnes of thounder.
3:18And Andrew and Philip and Bartlemew and Mathew and Thomas and Iames the sonne of Alphey and Taddeus and Symon of Cane
3:19and Iudas Iscarioth which same also betrayed him. And they came vnto housse
3:20and the people assembled togedder agayne so greatly that they had not leesar so moche as to eate breed.
3:21And when they that longed vnto him hearde of it they went out to holde him. For they thought he had bene beside him selfe.
3:22And ye Scribes which came fro Ierusalem sayde: he hath Belzebub and by ye power of the chefe devyll casteth out devyls.
3:23And he called them vnto him and sayde vnto them in similitudes. How can Satan drive out Satan?
3:24For yf a realme be devided ageynste it silfe that realme cannot endure.
3:25Or yf a housse be devided agaynste it silfe that housse cannot continue:
3:26So yf Sata make insurreccion agaynste himsilfe and be devided he cannot continue but is at an ende.
3:27No man can entre into a stronge mans housse and take awaye hys gooddes excepte he fyrst bynde that stronge man and then spoyle hys housse.
3:28Verely I saye vnto you all synnes shalbe forgeven vnto mens chyldren and blasphemy wherwith they blaspheme.
3:29But he that blasphemeth ye holy goost shall never have forgevenes: but is in dauger of eternall dapnacion:
3:30because they sayde he had an vnclene sprete.
3:31Then came his mother and his brethre and stode with out and sent vnto him and called him.
3:32And the people sate aboute hym and sayde vnto him: beholde thy mother and thy brethre seke for the with out.
3:33And he answered them sayinge: who is my mother and my brethre?
3:34And he loked rounde about on his disciples which sate in compasse about hym and sayde: beholde my mother and my brethren.
3:35For whosoever doeth ye will of God he is my brother my syster and mother.
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.