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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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6:1It happened on an after saboth that he went thorow the corne felde and that his disciples plucked the eares of corne and ate and rubbed them in their hondes.
6:2 And certayne of the Pharises sayde vnto them: Why do ye that which is not laufull to do on the saboth dayes?
6:3And Iesus answered them and sayde: Have ye not redde what David dyd when he him sylfe was anhungred and they which were with him:
6:4how he went into the housse of God and toke and ate the loves of halowed breed and gave also to them which were with him: which was not laufull to eate but for the prestes only.
6:5And he sayde vnto them: The sonne of man is Lorde of the saboth daye.
6:6And it fortuned in a nother saboth also that he entred in to ye sinagoge and taught. And ther was a ma whose right honde was dryed vp.
6:7And ye Scribes and Pharises watched him to se whether he wolde heale on the Saboth daye that they myght fynde an accusacion agaynst him.
6:8But he knewe their thoughtes and sayde to the man which had ye wyddred honde: Ryse vp and stonde forthe in the myddes. And he arose and stepped forthe.
6:9Then sayde Iesus vnto them: I will axe you a question: Whether is it laufull on the saboth dayes to do good or to do evill? to save lyfe or for to destroye it?
6:10And he behelde them all in copasse and sayd vnto ye man: Stretche forth thy honde. And he dyd so and his honde was restored and made as whoole as the other.
6:11And they were filled full of madnes and comuned one with another what they myght do to Iesu.
6:12And it fortuned in thoose dayes that he went out into a mountayne for to praye and cotinued all nyght in prayer to god.
6:13And assone as it was daye he called his disciples and of the he chose twelve which also he called apostles.
6:14Simon who he named Peter: and Andrew his brother. Iames and Iho Philip and Bartlemew
6:15Mathew and Thomas Iames the sonne of Alpheus and Simon called zelotes
6:16and Iudas Iames sonne and Iudas Iscarioth which same was the traytour.
6:17And he came doune with them and stode in the playne felde with the company of his disciples and agreate multitude of people out of all parties of Iurie and Ierusalem and from the see cooste of Tire and Sidon which came to heare hym and to be healed of their diseases:
6:18and they also that were vexed with foule spretes and they were healed.
6:19And all the people preased to touche him: for there went vertue out of him and healed them all.
6:20And he lifted vp his eyes apon the disciples and sayde: Blessed be ye poore: for yours is the kyngdome of God.
6:21Blessed are ye that honger now: for ye shalbe satisfied. Blessed are ye yt wepe now: for ye shall laugh.
6:22Blessed are ye when men hate you and thrust you oute of their companye and rayle and abhorre youre name as an evyll thinge for the sonne of manes sake.
6:23Reioyse ye then and be gladde: for beholde youre rewarde is greate in heven. After this manner their fathers entreated the Prophetes.
6:24But wo be to you that are ryche: for ye have therin youre consolacion.
6:25Wo be to you yt are full: for ye shall honger. Wo be to you that now laugh: for ye shall wayle and wepe.
6:26Wo be to you when all men prayse you: for so dyd their fathers to the false prophetes.
6:27But I saye vnto you which heare: Love youre enemyes. Do good to the which hate you.
6:28Blesse the that course you. And praye for the which wrongfully trouble you.
6:29And vnto him that smyteth the on the one cheke offer also ye other. And him that taketh awaye thy goune forbid not to take thy coote also.
6:30Geve to every man that axeth of the. And of him that taketh awaye thy goodes axe them not agayne.
6:31And as ye wolde that men shuld doo to you: so do ye to them lyke wyse.
6:32If ye love the which love you: what thanke are ye worthy of? For the very synners love their lovers.
6:33And yf ye do for them which do for you: what thanke are ye worthy of? For the very synners do even the same.
6:34If ye lende to them of whome ye hoope to receave: what thanke shall ye have: for the very synners lende to synners to receave as moch agayne.
6:35Wherfore love ye youre enemys do good and lende lokynge for nothinge agayne and youre rewarde shalbe greate and ye shalbe the chyldren of the hyest: for he is kynde vnto the vnkynde and to the evyll.
6:36 Be ye therfore mercifull as youre father is mercifull.
6:37Iudge not and ye shall not be Iudged. Condemne not: and ye shall not be condemned. Forgeve and ye shalbe forgeven.
6:38Geve and yt shalbe geven vnto you: good measure pressed doune shaken to geder and runnynge over shall men geve into youre bosomes. For with what measure ye mete with ye same shall men mete to you agayne.
6:39And he put forthe a similitude vnto the: Can the blynde leade ye blynde? Do they not both then fall into ye dyche?
6:40The disciple is not above his master. Every ma shalbe perfecte even as his master is.
6:41Why seyst thou a moote in thy brothers eye considerest not ye beame yt is in thyne awne eye?
6:42Ether how canest thou saye to thy brother: Brother let me pull out ye moote that is in thyne eye: when thou perceavest not the beame that is in thyne awne eye? Ypocrite cast out ye beame out of thyne awne eye fyrst and then shalt thou se perfectly to pull out the moote out of thy brothers eye.
6:43It is not a good tree that bringeth forthe evyll frute: nether is that an evyll tree that bringeth forthe good frute
6:44For every tree is knowen by his frute. Nether of thornes gader men fygges nor of busshes gader they grapes.
6:45A good man out of the good treasure of his hert bringeth forthe that which is good. And an evyll man out of the evyll treasure of his hert bringeth forthe that which ys evyll. For of the aboundaunce of ye her his mouthe speakethe.
6:46Why call ye me Master Master: and do not as I bid you?
6:47whosoever cometh to me and heareth my sayinges and dothe the same I will shewe you to whome he ys lyke.
6:48He is like a man which bilt an housse: and digged depe and layde the foundacio on a rocke. Whe the waters arose the fludde bet apo that housse and coulde not move yt. For it was grounded apon a rocke.
6:49But he that heareth and doth not is lyke a man that with out foundacion bylt an housse apon the erth agaynst which the fludde did bet: and it fell by and by. And ye fall of yt housse was greate.
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.