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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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8:1And it fortuned after that that he him sylfe went throughout cities and tounes preachynge and shewinge ye kyngdom of God and the twelve with him.
8:2And also certayne wemen which wer healed of evell spretes and infirmities: Mary called Magdalen out of whom went seven devyls
8:3and Ioanna ye wyfe of Chusa Herodees stewarde and Susanna and many other: which ministred vnto the of their substaunce.
8:4When moch people were gadred to gether and were come to him out of all cities he spake by a similitude.
8:5A sower went out to sowe his seede: and as he sowed some fell by the waye syde and it was troden vnder fete and the foules of the ayre devoured it vp.
8:6And some fell on ston and assone as it was spronge vp it widdred awaye because it lacked moystnes.
8:7And some fell amonge thornes and ye thornes spronge vp with it and choked it.
8:8And some fell on good grounde and sproge vp and bare frute an hondred foolde. And as he sayde these thinges he cryed: He that hath eares to heare let him heare.
8:9 And his disciples axed him sayinge: what maner similitude is this?
8:10And he sayde: Vnto you it is geue, to knowe the mysteryes of the kyngdome of God, but vnto the other in parables, yt though they se it, they shulde not se it, and though they heare it, they shulde not vnderstonde.
8:11The similitude is this. The seede is ye worde of God.
8:12Thoose yt are besyde the waye are they that heare and afterwarde cometh ye devyll and taketh awaye the worde out of their hertes lest they shuld beleve and be saved.
8:13They on the stonnes are they which when they heare receave the worde with ioye. But these have noo rootes which for a whyle beleve and in tyme of temtacio goo awaye.
8:14And yt which fell amonge thornes are they which heare and goo forth and are choked wt cares and wt riches and volupteous lyvinge and bringe forth noo frute.
8:15That in ye good grounde are they which with a good and pure hert heare the worde and kepe it and bringe forth frute with pacience.
8:16 No man lyghteth a candell and covereth it vnder a vessell nether putteth it vnder ye table: but setteth it on a candelsticke that they that enter in maye se ye lyght.
8:17No thinge is in secret yt shall not come abroode: Nether eny thinge hyd that shall not be knowen and come to lyght.
8:18Take hede therfore how ye heare. For whosoever hath to him shalbe geve: And whosoever hath not fro him shalbe take even that same which he supposeth that he hath.
8:19Then came to him his mother and his brethren and coulde not come at him for prease.
8:20And they tolde him sayinge: Thy mother and thy brethren stonde with out and wolde se the.
8:21He answered and sayd vnto them: my mother and my brethren are these which heare the worde of God and do it.
8:22 And it chaunsed on a certayne daye that he went into a shippe and his disciples also and he sayde vnto them: Let vs goo over vnto the other syde of the lake. And they Lanched forthe.
8:23And as they sayled he fell a slepe and there arose a storme of wynde in ye lake and they were fylled with water and were in ieopardy.
8:24And they went to him and awoke him sayinge: Master Master we are loost. Then he arose and rebuked the wynde and the tempest of water and they ceased and it wexed calme.
8:25And he sayd vnto the: where is youre faith? They feared and wondred sayinge one to another: what felowe is this? for he comaundeth bothe the wyndes and water and they obey him?
8:26And they sayled vnto the region of ye Gaderenites which is over agaynst Galile.
8:27And as he went out to londe ther met him a certayne man out of ye cite which had a devyll longe tyme and ware noo clothes nether aboode in eny housse: but amonge graves.
8:28When he sawe Iesus he cryed and fell doune before him and with a loude voyce sayde: What have I to do with the Iesus the sonne of the God moost hyest? I beseche the torment me not.
8:29Then he comaunded ye foule sprete to come out of the man. For ofte tymes he caught him and he was bounde with chaynes and kept with fetters: and he brake the bondes and was caryed of the fende into wyldernes.
8:30 And Iesus axed him sayinge: what is thy name? And he sayde: Legion because many devyls were entred into him.
8:31And they besought him yt he wolde not comaunde the to goo out into ye depe.
8:32And ther was there by an heerde of many swyne fedynge on an hyll: and they besought him yt he wolde soffre the to enter into the. And he soffred the.
8:33Then went the devyls out of the man and entred into the swyne: And the heerd toke their course and ran heedlynge into the lake and were choked.
8:34When the herdmen sawe what had chaunsed they fleed and tolde it in the cite and in the villages.
8:35And they came out to se what was done: and came to Iesus and founde ye man out of who the devyls were departed sittynge at the fete of Iesus clothed and in his right mynde and they were afrayde.
8:36They also wich sawe it tolde the by what meanes he yt was possessed of ye devyll was healed.
8:37And all the whole multitude of ye cotrye of the Gaderenites besought him yt he wolde departe from the: for they were taken wt greate feare. And he gate him into the shippe and returned backe agayne.
8:38Then the man out of whom the devyls were departed besought him yt he myght be wt him: But Iesus sent him awaye sayinge:
8:39Goo home agayne into thyne awne housse and shewe what great thinges God hath done to ye. And he went his waye and preached thorow out all the cite what great thinges Iesus had done vnto him.
8:40 And it fortuned when Iesus was come agayne that ye people receaved him. For they all wayted for him.
8:41And beholde ther came a man named Iairus (and he was a ruler of ye synagoge) and he fell doune at Iesus fete and besought him yt he wolde come into his housse
8:42for he had but a doughter only apon a twelve yere of age and she laye a dyinge. And as he went the people thronged him.
8:43And a woman havynge an issue of bloud twelve yeres (which had spent all her substance amonge phisicios nether coulde be holpen of eny)
8:44came behinde him and touched the hem of his garmet and immediatly her issue of bloud staunched.
8:45And Iesus sayde: Who is it that touched me? when every man denyed Peter and they yt were with him sayde: Master the people thrust the and vexe the: and sayest thou who touched me?
8:46And Iesus sayd: Some body touched me. For I perceave that vertue is gone out of me.
8:47When the woman sawe that she was not hid she came trimblynge and fell at is fete and tolde him before all the people for what cause she had touched him and how she was healed immediatly.
8:48And he sayde vnto hyr: Doughter be of good comforte Thy faith hath made the hoale goo in peace.
8:49 Whyll he yet spake there came one from ye rulers of the synagogis housse which sayde to him: thy doughter is deed disease not the master.
8:50When Iesus hearde that He answered the father sayinge: Feare not beleve only and she shalbe made whole.
8:51And when he came to ye housse he suffred no man to goo in with him save Peter Iames and Iohn and the father and the mother of the mayden.
8:52Every body weept and sorowed for her. And he sayde: Wepe not: for she is not deed but slepeth.
8:53And they lewgh him to scorne. For they knew that she was deed.
8:54And he thrust the all out and caught her by the honde and cryed sayinge: Mayde aryse.
8:55And hyr sprete came agayne and she roose strayght waye. And he commaunded to geve her meate.
8:56And the father and the mother of hyr were astonyed. But he warned the that they shuld tell noo man what was done.
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.