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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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22:1And Iesus answered and spake vnto them agayne in similitudes sayinge.
22:2The kingdome of heve is lyke vnto a certayne kynge which maryed his sonne
22:3and sent forth his servantes to call them that were byd to the weddinge and they wolde not come.
22:4Ageyne he sent forth other servauntes sayinge: Tell them which are bydden: beholde I have prepared my dynner myne oxen and my fatlinges are kylled and all thinges are redy come vnto the mariage.
22:5But they made light of it and went their wayes: one to his ferme place another about his marchaundise
22:6the remnaunt toke his seruantes and intreated them vngodly and slewe them.
22:7When the kinge hearde that he was wroth and send forth his warryers and distroyed those murtherers and brent vp their cyte.
22:8Then sayde he to his servauutes: the weddinge was prepared. But they which were bydden were not worthy.
22:9Go ye therfore out into ye hyewayes and as many as ye finde byd them to the mariage.
22:10The seruauntes wet out into the hiewayes and gaddered to gedder as many as they coulde fynde both good and bad and ye weddinge was furnysshed with gestes.
22:11Then the kynge came in to viset the gestes and spyed there a ma which had not on a weddinge garment
22:12and sayde vnto him: frende how fortuned it that thou camest in hither and hast not on a weddyng garment? And he was eve spechlesse.
22:13Then sayde the kynge to his ministers: take and bynde hym hand and fote and caste hym into vtter darcknes there shalbe wepinge and gnasshinge of teth.
22:14For many are called and feawe be chosen.
22:15Then wet the Pharises and toke counsell how they might tagle him in his wordes.
22:16And they sent vnto him their disciples with Herodes servauntes sayinge: Master we knowe yt thou are true and teachest the waye of god trulie nether carest for eny man for thou consydrest not menes estate.
22:17Tell vs therfore: how thynkest thou? Is it lawfull to geve tribute vnto Cesar or not?
22:18Iesus perceaved their wikednes and sayde: Why tempte ye me ye ypocrites?
22:19Let me se ye tribute money. And they toke hym a peny.
22:20And he sayde vnto them: whose is this ymage and superscripcion?
22:21They sayde vnto him: Cesars. Then sayde he vnto them. Geve therfore to Cesar that which is Cesars: and geve vnto god that which is goddes.
22:22When they hearde that they marveled and lefte hym and went there waye.
22:23The same daye the Saduces came to him (which saye that there is no resurrcecion) and axed him
22:24sayinge: Master Moses bade yf a man dye havinge no chyldre that the brother mary his wyfe and reyse vp seed vnto his brother.
22:25Ther were wt vs seven brethre and the fyrste maried and deceased wt oute yssue and lefte his wyfe vnto his brother.
22:26Lykewise the seconde and ye thryd vnto the sevethe.
22:27Laste of all the woman dyed also.
22:28Now in the resurreccion whose wyfe shall she be of the seven? For all had her.
22:29Iesus answered and sayde vnto the: ye are deceaved and vnderstonde not the scriptures nor yet the power of God.
22:30For in the resurreccion they nether mary nor are maryed: but are as the angels of God in heven.
22:31As touchynge the resurreccion of the deed: have ye not redde what is sayde vnto you of God which sayeth:
22:32I am Abrahams God and Ysaacks God and the God of Iacob? God is not the God of the deed: but of the lyvinge.
22:33And when the people hearde that they were astonyed at his doctrine.
22:34When the Pharises had hearde how yt he had put the Saduces to silence they drewe to gedder
22:35and one of them which was a doctoure of lawe axed a question teptinge h m and sayinge:
22:36Master which is ye chefe comaundment in the lawe?
22:37Iesus sayde vnto him: love the Lorde thy God wt all thine herte with all thy soule and with all thy mynde.
22:38This is the fyrst and the chefe comaundement.
22:39And ther is another lyke vnto this. Love thyne neghbour as thy selfe.
22:40In these two commaundemetes hange all the lawe and the Prophetes.
22:41Whyll the Pharises were gaddered togeder Iesus axed
22:42the sayinge: what thinke ye of Christ? Whose sonne is he? They sayde vnto him: the sonne of David.
22:43He sayde vnto the: how then doeth David in spirite call him Lorde sayinge?
22:44The Lorde sayde to my Lorde syt on my right honde: tyll I make thyne enemyes thy fote stole.
22:45Yf David call him Lorde: how is he then his sonne?
22:46And none coulde answere him ageyne one worde: nether dueste eny from that daye forth axe him eny moo questions.
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.