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William Tyndale Bible 1534

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4:1Then was Iesus ledd awaye of ye spirite into wildernes to be tempted of ye devyll.
4:2And when he had fasted fourtye dayes and fourtye nightes he was afterward an hungred.
4:3Then came to hym the tempter and sayde: yf thou be the sonne of God commaunde that these stones be made breed.
4:4He answered and sayde: yt is wrytten man shall not lyve by brede onlye but by every worde yt proceadeth out of the mouth of God.
4:5Then the devyll tooke hym vp into ye holy cite and set hym on a pynacle of the teple
4:6and sayd vnto hym: yf thou be the sonne of God cast thy sylfe doune. For it is wrytte he shall geve his angels charge over the and with their handes they shall holde yt vp that thou dashe not thy fote agaynst a stone.
4:7And Iesus sayde to hym it ys wrytten also: Thou shalt not tempte thy Lorde God.
4:8The devyll toke hym vp agayne and ledde hym in to an excedynge hye mountayne and shewed hym all the kyngdomes of ye worlde and all ye glorie of them
4:9and sayde to hym: all these will I geue ye if thou wilt faull doune and worship me.
4:10Then sayde Iesus vnto hym. Avoyd Satan. For it is writte thou shalt worshyp ye Lorde thy God and hym only shalt thou serve.
4:11Then the dyvell left hym and beholde the angels came and ministred vnto hym.
4:12When Iesus had hearde yt Ihon was taken he departed into Galile
4:13and left Nazareth and went and dwelte in Capernaum which is a cite apon the see in ye coostes of zabulon and Neptalim
4:14to fulfill that whiche was spoken by Esay the Prophet sayinge:
4:15The londe of zabulon and Neptalim the waye of the see beyonde Iordan Galile of the Gentyls
4:16ye people which sat in darknes sawe greate lyght and to them which sate in the region and shadowe of deeth lyght is begone to shyne.
4:17From yt tyme Iesus begane to preache and to saye: repet for ye kigdome of heve is at hode.
4:18As Iesus walked by the see of Galile he sawe two brethren: Simon which was called Peter and Andrew his brother castynge a neet into the see for they were fisshers
4:19and he sayde vnto them folowe me and I will make you fisshers of men.
4:20And they strayght waye lefte their nettes and folowed hym.
4:21And he went forthe from thence and sawe other twoo brethren Iames the sonne of zebede and Ihon his brother in the shippe with zebede their father mendynge their nettes and called them.
4:22And they with out taryinge lefte the shyp and their father and folowed hym.
4:23And Iesus went aboute all Galile teachyng in their synagoges and preachynge ye gospell of the kyngdome and healed all maner of sicknes and all maner dyseases amoge ye people.
4:24And his fame spreed abroode through oute all Siria. And they brought vnto hym all sicke people that were taken with divers diseases and gripinges and them yt were possessed with devils and those which were lunatyke and those that had the palsie: and he healed the.
4:25And ther folowed hym a greate nombre of people from Galile and from the ten cyties and from Ierusalem and from Iury and from ye regions that lye beyonde Iordan.
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.