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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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11:1A certayne man was sicke named Lazarus of Bethania the toune of Mary and her sister Martha.
11:2It was that Mary which annoynted Iesus with oyntment and wyped his fete with her heere whose brother Lazarus was sicke
11:3and his sisters sent vnto him sayinge. Lorde behold he whom thou lovest is sicke.
11:4When Iesus hearde yt he sayd: this infirmite is not vnto deth but for ye laude of God that the sonne of God myght be praysed by the reason of it.
11:5Iesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus.
11:6After he hearde that he was sicke then aboode he two dayes still in the same place where he was.
11:7Then after that sayd he to his disciples: let us goo into Iewry agayne.
11:8His disciples sayde vnto him. Master the Iewes lately sought meanes to stone the and wilt thou goo thyther agayne?
11:9Iesus answered: are ther not twelve houres in ye daye? Yf a man walke in ye daye he stombleth not because he seith the lyght of this worlde.
11:10But yf a ma walke in ye nyght he stombleth because ther is no lyght in him.
11:11This sayde he and after yt he sayde vnto the: oure frende Lazarus slepeth but I goo to wake him out of slepe.
11:12Then sayde his disciples: Lorde yf he slepe he shall do well ynough.
11:13How be it Iesus spake of his deeth: but they thought yt he had spoke of ye naturall slepe.
11:14Then sayde Iesus vnto the playnly Lazarus is deed
11:15and I am glad for youre sakes yt I was not there because ye maye beleve. Neverthelesse let vs go vnto him.
11:16Then sayde Thomas which is called Dydimus vnto ye disciples: let vs also goo that we maye dye wt him
11:17Then went Iesus and founde that he had lyne in his grave foure dayes already.
11:18Bethanie was nye vnto Ierusalem aboute. xv. furlonges of
11:19and many of the Iewes were come to Martha and Mary to comforte them over their brother.
11:20Martha assone as she hearde yt Iesus was comynge went and met him: but Mary sate still in the housse.
11:21Then sayde Martha vnto Iesus: Lorde yf thou haddest bene here my brother had not bene deed:
11:22but neverthelesse I knowe that whatsoever thou axest of God God will geve it the.
11:23Iesus sayde vnto her: Thy brother shall ryse agayne.
11:24Martha sayde vnto him: I knowe that he shall ryse agayne in the resurreccion at the last daye.
11:25Iesus sayde vnto her: I am the resurreccion and the lyfe: He that beleveth on me ye though he were deed yet shall he lyve.
11:26And whosoever lyveth and belevest on me shall never dye. Beleveth thou this?
11:27She sayde vnto him: ye Lorde I beleve that thou arte Christ the sonne of god which shuld come into the worlde.
11:28And assone as she had so sayde she went her waye and called Marie her sister secretly sayinge: The master is come and calleth for the
11:29And she assone as she hearde that arose quickly and came vnto him.
11:30Iesus was not yet come into the toune: but was in the place where Martha met him.
11:31The Iewes then which were with her in the housse and comforted her when they sawe Mary that she rose vp hastely and went out folowed her saying: She goeth vnto the grave to wepe there.
11:32Then when Mary was come where Iesus was and sawe him she fell doune at his fete sayinge vnto him: Lorde yf thou haddest bene here my brother had not bene deed.
11:33When Iesus sawe her wepe and ye Iewes also wepe which came wt her he groned in ye sprete and was troubled in him selfe
11:34and sayde: Where have ye layed him? They sayde vnto him: Lorde come and se.
11:35And Iesus wept.
11:36Then sayde the Iewes: Beholde howe he loved him.
11:37And some of the sayde: coulde not he which openned the eyes of the blynde have made also that this man shuld not have dyed?
11:38Iesus agayne groned in him selfe and came to the grave. It was a caue and a stone layde on it.
11:39And Iesus sayd: take ye awaye the stone. Martha the sister of him that was deed sayd vnto him: Lorde by this tyme he stinketh. For he hath bene deed foure dayes:
11:40Iesus sayde vnto her: Sayde I not vnto the yt if thou didest beleve thou shuldest se ye glory of God.
11:41Then they toke awaye ye stone from ye place where the deed was layde. And Iesus lyfte vp his eyes and sayde: Father I thanke the because that thou hast hearde me.
11:42I wot that thou hearest me all wayes: but because of the people that stonde by I sayde it yt they maye beleve that thou hast sent me.
11:43And when he thus had spoken he cryed wt a loud voyce. Lazarus come forthe.
11:44And he that was deed came forth bounde hand and fote with grave bondes and his face was bounde with a napkin. Iesus sayde vnto the: loowse him and let him goo.
11:45Then many of the Iewes which came to Mary and had sene the thinges which Iesus dyd beleved on him.
11:46But some of them went their wayes to the Pharises and tolde them what Iesus had done.
11:47Then gadered the hye prestes and the Pharises a counsell and sayde: what do we? This ma doeth many miracles.
11:48Yf we let him scape thus all men will beleve on him and ye Romaynes shall come and take awaye oure countre and the people.
11:49And one of them named Cayphas which was the hieprest yt same yeare sayde vnto them: Ye perceave nothinge at all
11:50nor yet consider that it is expedient for vs that one man dye for the people and not that all the people perisshe.
11:51This spake he not of him selfe but beinge hye preste that same yeare he prophesied that Iesus shulde dye for the people
11:52and not for the people only but that he shuld gader to geder in one the chyldren of God which were scattered abroode.
11:53From that daye forth they held a counsell to geder for to put him to deeth.
11:54Iesus therfore walked no more opely amoge the Iewes: but wet his waye thence vnto a coutre nye to a wildernes into a cite called Ephraim and there hauted with his disciples.
11:55And the Iewes ester was nye at hand and many went out of the countre vp to Ierusalem before the ester to purify them selves.
11:56Then sought they for Iesus and spake bitwene the selves as they stode in the teple: What thinke ye seynge he cometh not to the feast.
11:57The hye prestes and Pharises had geven a comaundemet that yf eny man knew where he were he shuld shewe it that they myght take him.
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.