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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



20:1After the rage was ceased Paul called the disciples vnto him and toke his leave of them and departed for to goo into Macedonia.
20:2And when he had gone over those parties and geven them large exhortacions he came into Grece
20:3and there abode .iii. monethes. And when the Iewes layde wayte for him as he was about to sayle into Syria he purposed to returne thorowe Macedonia.
20:4Ther acompanied him into Asia Sopater of Berrea and of Thessalonia Aristarcus and Secundus and Gayus of Derba and Timotheus: and out of Asia Tychicus and Trophimos.
20:5These went before and taryed vs at Troas.
20:6And we sayled awaye fro Philippos after the ester holydayes and came vnto them to Troas in five dayes where we abode seven dayes.
20:7And on the morowe after the saboth daye the disciples came to geder for to breake breed and Paul preached vnto them (redy to departe on the morowe) and cotinued the preachynge vnto mydnyght.
20:8And there were many lyghtes in the chamber where thy were gaddered to geder
20:9and there sate in a wyndowe a certayne yonge man named Eutichos fallen into a depe slepe. And as Paul declared he was the moare overcome with slepe and fell doune from the thyrde lofte and was taken vp deed.
20:10Paul went doune and fell on him and embrased him and sayde: make nothinge ado for his lyfe is in him.
20:11When he was come vp agayne he brake breed and tasted and comened a longe whyle even tyll the mornynge and so departed.
20:12And they brought the youge man a lyve and were not alytell comforted.
20:13And we went a fore to shippe and lowsed vnto Asson there to receave Paul. For so had he apoynted and wolde him selfe goo a fote.
20:14When he was come to vs vnto Asson we toke him in and came to Mytelenes.
20:15And we sayled thence and came the nexte daye over agaynst Chios. And the nexte daye we aryved at Samos and taryed at Trogilion. The nexte daye we came to Myleton:
20:16for Paul had determined to leave Ephesus as they sayled because he wolde not spende ye tyme in Asia. For he hasted to be (yf he coulde possible) at Ierusalem at the daye of pentecoste.
20:17Wherfore from Myleton he sent to Ephesus and called the elders of the cogregacion.
20:18And when they were come to him he sayde vnto the: Ye knowe fro the fyrst daye yt I came vnto Asia after what maner I have bene wt you at all ceasons
20:19servynge the lorde with all humblenes of mynde and with many teares and temptacions which happened vnto me by the layinges awayte of the Ieues
20:20and how I kept backe no thinge that was profitable: but that I have shewed you and taught you openly and at home in youre houses
20:21witnessinge bothe to the Iewes and also to the Grekes the repentaunce toward God and faith towarde oure Lorde Iesu.
20:22And now beholde I goo bounde in the sprete vnto Ierusalem and knowe not what shall come on me there
20:23but that the holy goost witnesseth in every cite sayinge: yt bondes and trouble abyde me.
20:24But none of tho thinges move me: nether is my lyfe dere vnto my selfe that I myght fulfill my course wt ioye and the ministracio which I have receaved of ye Lorde Iesu to testify the gospell of ye grace of god.
20:25And now beholde I am sure yt hence forth ye all (thorow who I have gone preachinge ye kyngdome of God) shall se my face no moore.
20:26Wherfore I take you to recorde this same daye that I am pure fro the bloude of all me.
20:27For I have kepte nothinge backe: but have shewed you all the counsell of God.
20:28Take hede therfore vnto youre selves and to all the flocke wherof the holy goost hath made you oversears to rule the congregacion of God which he hath purchased with his bloud.
20:29For I am sure of this that after my departynge shall greveous wolves entre in amonge you which will not spare the flocke.
20:30Moreover of youre awne selves shall men aryse speakinge perverse thinges to drawe disciples after the.
20:31Therfore awake and remember that by the space of .iii. yeares I ceased not to warne every one of you both nyght and daye with teares.
20:32And now brethren I comende you to God and to the worde of his grace which is able to bylde further and to geve you an inheritaunce amoge all them which are sanctified.
20:33I have desyred no mas silver golde or vesture.
20:34Ye knowe well yt these hondes have ministred vnto my necessities and to them that were wt me.
20:35I have shewed you all thinges how that so laborynge ye ought to receave the weake and to remember the wordes of the Lorde Iesu howe that he sayde: It is more blessed to geve then to receave.
20:36When he had thus spoken he kneled doune and prayed with them all.
20:37And they wept all aboundantly and fell on Pauls necke and kissed him
20:38sorowinge most of all for the wordes which he spake that they shuld se his face no moore. And they acompanyed him vnto the shyppe.
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.