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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



11:1Wolde to god ye coulde suffre me a lytell in my folysshnes: yee and I praye you forbeare me.
11:2For I am gelous over you with godly gelousy. For I coupled you to one man to make you a chaste virgen to Christ.
11:3But I feare lest as the serpent begyled Eve thorow his sutteltie even so youre wittes shuld be corrupte from the singlenes that is in Christ.
11:4For if he that commeth preache another Iesus then hym whom we preached: or if ye receave another sprete then that which ye have receaved: other another gospell then that ye have receaved ye myght right wel have bene content.
11:5I suppose that I was not behynde ye chefe apostles.
11:6Though I be rude in speakynge yet I am not so in knowledge. How be it amonge you we are knowen to the vtmost what we are in all thynges.
11:7Did I therin synne be cause I submitted my silfe that ye myght be exalted and because I preached to you the gospell of God fre?
11:8I robbed other congregacions and toke wages of the to do you service with all.
11:9And when I was present with yov and had nede I was greuous to no man for that which was lackynge vnto me the brethren which came from Macedonia supplied: and in all thynges I kept my silfe that I shuld not be greveous to you: and so will I kepe my silfe.
11:10Yf the trueth of Christ be in me this ieioysynge shall not be taken from me in the regions of Achaia.
11:11Wherfore? Be cause I love you not? God knoweth.
11:12Neverthe lesse what I doo that will I do to cut awaye occasion from them which desyre occasion that they myght be founde lyke vnto vs in that wherin they reioyce.
11:13For these falce apostles are disceatefull workers and fassion them selves lyke vnto ye apostles of Christ.
11:14And no marvayle for satan him silfe is chaunged into the fassion of an angell of light.
11:15Therfore it is no great thynge though his ministers fassion them selves as though they were the ministers of rightewesnes: whose ende shalbe acordynge to their dedes.
11:16I saye agayne lest eny man thynke yt I am folishe: or els eve now take me as a fole that I maye bost my silfe a lytell.
11:17That I speake I speake it not after the wayes of the lorde: but as it were folysshly whill we are now come to bostynge.
11:18Seynge that many reioyce after ye flesshe I will reioyce also.
11:19For ye suffre foles gladly be cause that ye youre selves are wyse.
11:20For ye suffre even if a man brynge you into bondage: yf a ma devoure: yf a man take: yf a man exalt hym silfe: yf a man smyte you on the face.
11:21I speake as concernynge rebuke as though we had bene weake. How be it wherin soever eny man dare be bolde (I speake folisshly) I dare be bolde also
11:22They are Ebrues so am I: They are Israelites eve so am I. They are ye seede of Abraha even so am I.
11:23They are ye ministers of Christ (I speake as a fole) I am moare: In labours moare aboundat: In strypes above measure: In preson more plenteously: In deeth ofte.
11:24Of the Iewes five tymes receaved I every tyme .xl. strypes saue one.
11:25Thryse was I beten with roddes. I was once stoned. I suffered thryse shipwracke. Nyght and daye have I bene in the depe of the see.
11:26In iorneyinge often: In parels of waters: In parels of robbers: In ieoperdies of myne awne nacion: In ieoperdies amoge the hethen. I have bene in parels in cities in parels in wildernes in parels in the see in parels amonge falce brethren
11:27in laboure and travayle in watchynge often in honger in thirst in fastynges often in colde and in nakednes.
11:28And besyde the thynges which outwardly happe vnto me I am cobred dayly and do care for all congregacions.
11:29Who is sicke and I am not sicke? Who is hurte in the fayth and my hert burneth not?
11:30Yf I must nedes reioyce I will reioyce of myne infirmities.
11:31The God and father of oure lorde Iesus Christ which is blessed for evermore knoweth that I lye not
11:32In ye citie of Damascon the governer of ye people vnder kynge Aretas layde watche in ye citie of the Damasces and wolde have caught me
11:33and at a wyndowe was I let doune in a basket thorowe the wall and so scaped his hondes.
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.