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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



27:1When it was cocluded that we shuld sayle into Italy they delivered Paul and certayne other presoners vnto one named Iulius an vnder captayne of Cesars soudiars.
27:2And we entred into a ship of Adramicium and lowsed from lond apoynted to sayle by the costes of Asia one Aristarcus out of Macedonia of the contre of Thessalia beinge with vs.
27:3And the nexte daye we came to Sidon. And Iulius courteously entreated Paul and gave him liberte to goo vnto his frendes and to refresshe him selfe.
27:4And from thence lanched we and sayled harde by Cypers because the wyndes were contrarye.
27:5Then sayled we over the see of Cilicia and Pamphylia and came to Myra a cite in Lycia.
27:6And there ye vnder captayne founde a shippe of Alexander redy to sayle into Italy and put vs therin.
27:7And when we had sayled slowly many dayes and scace were come over agaynst Gnydon (because the wynde with stode vs) we sayled harde by the costes of Candy over agaynste Salmo
27:8and with moche worke sayled beyonde yt and came vnto a place called good porte. Nye whervnto was a citie called Lasea.
27:9When moche tyme was spent and saylinge was now ieoperdeous because also that we had overlonge fasted Paul put them in remembraunce
27:10and sayde vnto them Syrs I perceave that this vyage wilbe with hurte and moche domage not of the ladynge and ship only: but also of oure lyves.
27:11Neverthelather the vndercaptayne beleved the governer and the master better then tho thinges which were spoken of Paul.
27:12And because the haven was not comodius to wynter in many toke counsell to departe thence yf by eny meanes they myght attayne to Phenices and there to wynter which is an haven of Candy and servith to the southwest and northwest wynde.
27:13When the south wynde blewe they supposynge to obtayne their purpose lowsed vnto Asson and sayled paste all Candy.
27:14But anone after ther arose agaynste their purpose a flawe of wynde out of the northeeste.
27:15And when the ship was caught and coulde not resist the wynde we let her goo and drave with the wether.
27:16And we came vnto an yle named Clauda and had moche worke to come by abote
27:17which they toke vp and vsed helpe vndergerdynge the shippe fearynge lest we shuld have fallen into Syrtes and we let doune a vessell and so were caryed.
27:18The nexte daye when we were tossed wt an exceadynge tempest they lyghtened ye ship
27:19and the thyrde daye we cast out with oure awne hondes the tacklynge of the shippe.
27:20When at the last nether sunne nor starre in many dayes appered and no small tempest laye apon vs all hope that we shuld be saved was then taken awaye.
27:21Then after longe abstinence Paul stode forth in the myddes of them and sayde: Syrs ye shulde have harkened to me and not have lowsed from Candy nether to have brought vnto vs this harme and losse.
27:22And nowe I exhorte you to be of good chere. For ther shalbe no losse of eny mas lyfe amonge you save of the ship only.
27:23For ther stode by me this nyght the angell of God whose I am and whom I serve
27:24sayinge: feare not Paul for thou must be brought before Cesar. And lo God hath geven vnto the all that sayle with ye.
27:25Wherfore Syrs be of good chere: for I beleve God that so it shalbe even as it was tolde me.
27:26How be it we must be cast into a certayne ylonde.
27:27But when ye fourtethe nyght was come as we were caryed in Adria about mydnyght the shipmen demed that ther appered some countre vnto the:
27:28and sounded and founde it .xx. feddoms. And when they had gone a lytell further they sounded agayne and founde .xv. feddoms.
27:29Then fearinge lest they shuld have fallen on some Rocke they cast .iiii. ancres out of the sterne and wysshed for ye daye.
27:30As the shipmen were about to fle out of the ship and had let doune the bote into the see vnder a coloure as though they wolde have cast ancres out of the forshippe:
27:31Paul sayd vnto ye vnder captayne and the soudiers: excepte these abyde in the ship ye cannot be safe.
27:32Then the soudiers cut of the rope of the bote and let it fall awaye.
27:33And in ye meane tyme betwixt that and daye Paul besought them all to take meate sayinge: this is ye fourtenthe daye that ye have taried and continued fastynge receavinge nothinge at all.
27:34Wherfore I praye you to take meate: for this no dout is for youre helth: for ther shall not an heere fall fro the heed of eny of you.
27:35And when he had thus spoke he toke breed and gave thankes to God in presence of the all and brake it and begane to eate.
27:36Then were they all of good cheare and they also toke meate.
27:37We were all together in ye ship two hundred thre score and sixtene soules.
27:38And whe they had eate ynough they lightened ye ship and cast out the wheate into the see.
27:39Whe yt was daye they knew not ye lande but they spied a certayne haven with a banke into ye which they were mynded (yf yt were possible) to thrust in the ship.
27:40And when they had taken vp the ancres they comytted them selves vnto the see and lowsed the rudder bondes and hoysed vp ye mayne sayle to the wynde and drue to londe.
27:41But they chaunsed on a place which had the see on bothe the sydes and thrust in the ship. And the foore parte stucke fast and moved not but ye hynder brake with the violence of the waves.
27:42The soudears counsell was to kyll ye presoners lest eny of them when he had swome out shulde fle awaye.
27:43But the vndercaptayne willinge to save Paul kept the from their purpose and commaunded that they yt could swyme shulde cast the selves first in to ye see and scape to londe.
27:44And the other he comaunded to goo some on bordes and some on broken peces of the ship. And so it came to passe that they came all safe to londe.
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.