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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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24:1On the morowe after the saboth erly in the morninge they came vnto the toumbe and brought the odoures which they had prepared and other wemen with them
24:2And they founde the stone rouled awaye fro the sepulcre
24:3and went in: but founde not the body of the Lorde Iesu.
24:4And it happened as they were amased therat: Beholde two men stode by them in shynynge vestures.
24:5And as they were a frayde and bowed doune their faces to the erth: they sayd to them: why seke ye the lyvinge amonge the deed?
24:6He is not here: but is rysen. Remember how he spake vnto you when he was yet with you in Galile
24:7sayinge: that the sonne of man must be delyvered into the hondes of synfull men and be crucified and the thyrde daye ryse agayne.
24:8And they remembred his wordes
24:9and returned from the sepulcre and tolde all these thinges vnto the eleven and to all the remanaunt.
24:10It was Mary Magdalen and Ioanna and Mary Iacobi and other that were with the which tolde these thinges vnto the Apostles
24:11and their wordes semed vnto them fayned thinges nether beleved they them.
24:12Then aroose Peter and ran vnto the sepulcre and stouped in and sawe the lynnen cloothes layde by them selfe and departed wondrynge in him selfe at that which had happened.
24:13And beholde two of them went that same daye to a toune which was fro Ierusalem about thre scoore for longes called Emaus:
24:14and they talked togeder of all these thinges that had happened.
24:15And it chaunsed as they comened togeder and reasoned that Iesus him selfe drue neare and went with them.
24:16But their eyes were holden that they coulde not knowe him.
24:17And he sayde vnto them: What maner of comunicacions are these that ye have one to another as ye walke and are sadde.
24:18And the one of them named Cleophas answered and sayd vnto him: arte thou only a straunger in Ierusalem and haste not knowen the thinges which have chaunsed therin in these dayes?
24:19To whom he sayd: what thinges? And they sayd vnto him: of Iesus of Nazareth which was a Prophet myghtie in dede and worde before god and all the people.
24:20And how the hye prestes and oure rulers delyvered him to be condempned to deeth: and have crucified him.
24:21But we trusted that it shuld have bene he that shuld have delyvered Israel. And as touchynge all these thinges to daye is even the thyrd daye that they were done.
24:22Ye and certayne wemen also of oure company made vs astonyed which came erly vnto the sepulcre
24:23and founde not his boddy: and came sayinge that they had sene a vision of angels which sayde that he was alyve.
24:24And certayne of them which were with vs went their waye to the sepulcre and founde it even so as the wemen had sayde: but him they sawe not.
24:25And he sayde vnto the: O foles and slowe of herte to beleve all yt the prophetes have spoken.
24:26Ought not Christ to have suffred these thinges and to enter into his glory?
24:27And he began at Moses and at all the prophetes and interpreted vnto them in all scriptures which were wrytten of him.
24:28And they drue neye vnto the toune wich they went to. And he made as though he wolde have gone further.
24:29But they constrayned him sayinge: abyde with vs for it draweth towardes nyght and the daye is farre passed. And he went in to tary with the.
24:30And it came to passe as he sate at meate wt them he toke breed blessed it brake and gave to them.
24:31And their eyes were openned and they knewe him: and he vnnisshed out of their syght.
24:32And they sayde betwene them selves: dyd not oure hertes burne with in vs whyll he talked with vs by the waye and as he opened to vs the scriptures?
24:33And they roose vp the same houre and returned agayne to Ierusalem and founde the eleven gadered to geder and them that were with them which
24:34sayde: the Lorde is rysen in dede and hath apered to Simon.
24:35And they tolde what thinges was done in the waye and how they knewe him in breakynge of breed.
24:36As they thus spake Iesus him selfe stode in ye myddes of them and sayde vnto them: peace be with you.
24:37And they were abasshed and afrayde supposinge yt they had sene a sprete
24:38And he sayde vnto the: Why are ye troubled and why do thoughtes aryse in youre hertes?
24:39Beholde my hondes and my fete that it is even my selfe. Handle me and se: for spretes have not flesshe and bones as ye se me have.
24:40And when he had thus spoken he shewed them his hondes and his fete.
24:41And whyll they yet beleved not for ioye and wondred he sayde vnto the: Have ye here eny meate?
24:42And they gave him a pece of a broyled fisshe and of an hony combe.
24:43And he toke it and ate it before them.
24:44And he sayde vnto the. These are the wordes which I spake vnto you whyll I was yet with you: that all must be fulfilled which were written of me in the lawe of Moses and in the Prophetes and in the Psalmes.
24:45Then openned he their wyttes that they myght vnderstond the scriptures
24:46and sayde vnto them. Thus is it written and thus it behoved Christ to suffre and to ryse agayne from deeth the thyrde daye
24:47and that repentaunce and remission of synnes shuld be preached in his name amonge all nacions and must beginne at Ierusalem.
24:48And ye are witnesses of these thinges.
24:49And beholde I will sende the promes of my father apon you. But tary ye in ye cite of Ierusalem vntyll ye be endewed with power from an hye.
24:50And he ledde the out into Bethany and lyfte vp his hondes and blest them.
24:51And it cam to passe as he blessed the he departed from the and was caryed vp in to heven.
24:52And they worshipped him and returned to Ierusalem with greate ioye
24:53and were continually in the temple praysinge and laudinge God. Amen.
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.