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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



1:1Paul an Apostle of Iesu Christ by the will of God to preache the promes of lyfe which lyfe is in Christ Iesu.
1:2To Timothe his beloved sonne.Grace mercy and peace from God the father and from Christ Iesu oure Lorde.
1:3I thanke god whom I serve from myne elders with pure consciece that with out ceasynge I make mencion of the in my prayres nyght and daye
1:4desyrynge to se the myndfull of thy teares: so that I am filled with ioye
1:5whe I call to remembraunce the vnfayned fayth that is in the which dwelt fyrst in thy graumoder Lois and in thy mother Eunica: and am assured that it dwelleth in the also.
1:6Wherfore I warne the that thou stere vp the gyfte of god which is in the by the puttynge on of my hondes.
1:7For god hath not geven to vs the sprete of feare: but of power and of love and of sobrenes of mynde.
1:8Be not a shamed to testyfye oure lorde nether be a shamed of me which am bounde for his sake: but suffre adversite with ye gospell also thorow ye power of god
1:9which saved vs and called vs wt an holy callinge not acordinge to oure dedes but accordynge to his awne purpose and grace which grace was geve vs thorowe Christ Iesu before the worlde was
1:10but is nowe declared openly by ye appearynge of oure savioure Iesu Christ which hath put away derth and hath brought lyfe and immortalite vnto light thorow the gospell
1:11whervnto I am apoynted a preacher and an Apostle and a teacher of the gentyls:
1:12for the which cause I also suffre these thinges. Neverthelesse I am not a shamed For I knowe who I have beleved and am sure that he is able to kepe that which I have comitted to his kepynge agaynst that daye.
1:13Se thou have the ensample of the holsome wordes which thou heardest of me in fayth and love which is in Iesu Christ.
1:14That good thinge whiche was committed to thy kepynge kepe in ye holy goost which dwelleth in vs.
1:15This thou knowest how that all they which are in Asia be turned from me. Of which sorte are Phigelos and hermogenes.
1:16The lorde geve mercie vnto the housse of Onesiphoros for he ofte refresshed me and was not a shamed of my chayne:
1:17but when he was at Rome he sought me out very diligently and founde me.
1:18The lorde graunt vnto him that he maye fynde mercie with the lorde at that daye. And in how many thynges he ministred vnto me at Ephesus thou knowest very wel.
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.