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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



8:1In those dayes whe ther was a very greate companye and had nothinge to eate Iesus called his disciples to him and sayd vnto the:
8:2I have copassion on this people because they have nowe bene with me .iii. dayes and have nothinge to eate:
8:3And yf I shuld sende the awaye fastinge to their awne houses they shulde faynt by the waye. For dyvers of the came from farre.
8:4And his disciples answered him: where shuld a man have breade here in the wildernes to satisfie these?
8:5And he axed them: how many loves have ye? They sayde: seven.
8:6And he commaunded the people to syt doune on the grounde. And he toke the .vii. loves gave thankes brake and gave to his disciples to set before them. And they dyd set the before the people.
8:7And they had a feawe smale fysshes. And he blessed them and comaunded them also to be set before them.
8:8And they ate and were suffysed: And they toke vp yf the broken meate that was lefte .vii. baskettes full.
8:9And they yt ate were in nomber aboute fowre thousand. And he sent them awaye.
8:10And a none he entred into a ship wt his disciples and came into the parties of Dalmanutha.
8:11And the pharises cam forth and begane to dispute with him sekinge of him a signe fro heven and temptinge him.
8:12And he sygthed in his sprete and sayde: why doth this generacion seke a signe? Verely I saye vnto you ther shall no signe be geven vnto this generacion.
8:13And he lefte the and went into the ship agayne and departed over the water.
8:14And they had forgotte to take breed wt the nether had they in the ship with them more then one loofe.
8:15And he charged the sayinge. Take hede and beware of ye leven of ye pharises and of ye leve of Herode.
8:16And they reasoned amonge the selves sayinge: we have no breed
8:17And whe Iesus knewe yt he sayde vnto the: why take ye thought because ye have no bread? perceave ye not yet nether vnderstonde? Have ye youre hertes yet blynded?
8:18Have ye eyes and se not? and have ye eares and heare not? Do ye not remember?
8:19When I brake v. loves amonge .v.M. How many baskettes full of broke meate toke ye vp? They sayde vnto him twelve.
8:20When I brake .vii. amonge .iiii. M. How many basketes of the levinges of broken meate toke ye vp? they sayde .vii.
8:21And he sayde vnto the: how is it yt ye vnderstonde not?
8:22And he came to Bethsaida and they brought a blynde man vnto him and desyred him to touche him.
8:23And he caught the blynde by the honde and leade him out of the toune and spat in his eyes and put his hondes apon him and axed him whether he saw ought.
8:24And he loked vp and sayde: I se ye men: For I se the walke as they were trees.
8:25After that he put his hondes agayne apon his eyes and made him see. And he was restored to his sight and sawe every ma clerly.
8:26And he sent him home to his housse sayinge: nether goo into the toune nor tell it to eny in the toune.
8:27And Iesus went out and his disciples into the tounes that longe to the cite called Cesarea Philippi. Aud by the waye he axed his disciples sayinge: whom do men saye yt I am?
8:28And they answered: some saye that thou arte Iohn Baptiste: some saye Helyas: and some one of the Prophetes.
8:29And he sayde vnto the: But whom saye ye that I am? Peter answered and sayd vnto him: Thou arte very Christe.
8:30And he charged them that they shuld tell no man of it.
8:31And he beganne to teache them how that the sonne of man must suffre many thinges and shuld be reproved of the elders and of the hye prestes and scribes and be kylled and after thre dayes aryse agayne.
8:32And he spake that sayinge openly. And Peter toke him asyde and began to chyde him.
8:33Then he tourned aboute and looked on his disciples and rebuked Peter sayinge: Goo after me Satan. For thou saverest not ye thinges of God but the thinges of men.
8:34And he called the people vnto him with his disciples also and sayd vnto them: Whosoever will folowe me let him forsake him sylfe and take vp his crosse and folowe me.
8:35For whosoever will save his lyfe shall lose it But whosoever shall lose his lyfe for my sake and ye gospels ye same shall save it.
8:36What shall it profet a ma yf he shuld wynne all ye worlde and loose his awne soule?
8:37or els what shall a ma geve to redeme his soule agayne?
8:38Whosoever therfore shall be asshamed of me and of my wordes amonge this advoutrous and sinfull generacion: of him shall the sonne of man be ashamed when he cometh in the glory of his father wt the holy angels.
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.