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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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2:1And it chaunced in thoose dayes: yt ther went oute a comaundment from Auguste the Emperour that all the woorlde shuld be taxed.
2:2And this taxynge was ye fyrst and executed when Syrenius was leftenaut in Syria.
2:3And every man went vnto his awne citie to be taxed.
2:4And Ioseph also ascended from Galile oute of a cite called Nazareth into Iurie: vnto ye cite of David which is called Bethleem because he was of the housse and linage of David
2:5to be taxed with Mary his spoused wyfe which was with chylde.
2:6And it fortuned whyll they were there her tyme was come that she shuld be delyvered.
2:7And she brought forth her fyrst begotten sonne and wrapped him in swadlynge cloothes and layed him in a manger because ther was no roume for them within in the ynne.
2:8And ther were in the same region shepherdes abydinge in the felde and watching their flocke by nyght.
2:9And loo: the angell of ye lorde stode harde by the and the brightnes of ye lorde shone rounde aboute them and they were soare afrayed.
2:10But the angell sayd vnto them: Be not afrayed. For beholde I bringe you tydinges of greate ioye yt shal come to all ye people:
2:11for vnto you is borne this daye in the cite of David a saveoure which is Christ ye lorde.
2:12And take this for a signe: ye hall fynde ye chylde swadled and layed in a mager.
2:13And streight waye ther was with the angell a multitude of hevenly sowdiers laudynge God and sayinge:
2:14Glory to God an hye and peace on the erth: and vnto men reioysynge.
2:15And it fortuned assone as the angels were gone awaye fro them in to heven the shepherdes sayd one to another: let vs goo eve vnto Bethleem and se this thynge that is hapened which the Lorde hath shewed vnto vs.
2:16And they cam with haste and founde Mary and Ioseph and the babe layde in a mager.
2:17And when they had sene it they publisshed a brode the sayinge which was tolde them of that chylde.
2:18And all that hearde it wondred at those thinges which were tolde the of the shepherdes.
2:19But Mary kept all thoose sayinges and pondered them in hyr hert.
2:20And the shepherdes retourned praysinge and laudinge God for all that they had herde and sene evyn as it was told vnto them.
2:21And when ye eyght daye was come yt the chylde shuld be circucised his name was called Iesus which was named of the angell before he was conceaved in the wombe.
2:22And when the tyme of their purificacio (after the lawe of Moyses) was come they brought him to Hierusalem to present hym to ye Lorde
2:23(as yt is written in the lawe of the Lorde: every man that fyrst openeth the matrix shalbe called holy to the Lorde)
2:24and to offer (as it ys sayde in the lawe of the Lorde) a payre of turtle doves or two yonge pigions.
2:25And beholde ther was a ma in Hierusalem whose name was Simeon. And the same ma was iuste and feared God and longed for the consolacion of Israel and the holy goost was in him.
2:26And an answer was geven him of the holy goost that he shulde not se deethe before he had sene the lordes Christ.
2:27And he came by inspiracion into the temple. And when the father and mother brought in the chylde Iesus to do for him after the custome of the lawe
2:28then toke he him vp in his armes and sayde.
2:29Lorde Now lettest thou thy seruaut departe in peace accordinge to thy promes.
2:30For myne eyes have sene ye saveour sent fro ye
2:31Wich thou hast prepared before the face of all people.
2:32A light to lighten the gentyls and the glory of thy people Israel.
2:33And his father and mother mervelled at those thinges which were spoke of him.
2:34And Simeon blessed them and sayde vnto Mary his mother: beholde this chyld shalbe the fall and resurreccio of many in Israel and a signe which shalbe spoke agaynste.
2:35And morover the swearde shall pearce thy soule yt the thoughtes of many hertes maye be opened.
2:36And ther was a Prophetesse one Anna the doughter of Phanuel of the tribe of Aser: which was of a greate age and had lyved with an husbande. vii. yeres from her virginite.
2:37And she had bene a wedowe aboute .iiii. scoore and .iiii. yere which went never oute of the temple but served God with fastinge and prayer nyght and daye.
2:38And the same came forth that same houre and praysed the Lorde and spake of him to all that loked for redempcion in Hierusalem.
2:39And assone as they had performed all thinges accordinge to the lawe of the Lorde they returned into Galile to their awne cite Nazareth.
2:40And the chylde grewe and wexed stronde in sprete and was filled with wysdome and the grace of God was with hym.
2:41And his father and mother went to Hierusalem every yeare at the feeste of ester.
2:42And when he was .xii. yere olde they went vp to Hierusalem after the custome of the feeste.
2:43And when they had fulfilled the dayes as they returned home the chylde Iesus boode styll in Hierusalem vnknowynge to his father and mother.
2:44For they supposed he had bene in the copany and therfore came a days iorney and sought him amoge their kynsfolke and acquayntaunce.
2:45And when they founde hym not they went backe agayne to Hierusalem and sought him.
2:46And it fortuned after .iii. dayes that they founde him in the teple sittinge in the middes of the doctours both hearynge them and posinge them.
2:47And all that hearde him mervelled at his wit and answers.
2:48And when they sawe him they were astonyed. And his mother sayde vnto him: sonne why hast thou thus dealte with vs? Beholde thy father and I have sought the sorowenge.
2:49And he sayde vnto the: how is it yt ye sought me? Wist ye not that I must goo aboute my fathers busines?
2:50And they vnderstode not ye sayinge that he spake to them.
2:51And he went with them and came to Nazareth and was obedient to the. But his mother kept all these thinges in her hert.
2:52And Iesus increased in wisdom and age and in favoure with god and man.
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.