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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



5:1Stond fast therfore in ye libertie wher with Christ hath made vs fre and wrappe not youre selves agayne in ye yoke of bondage.
5:2Beholde I Paul saye vnto you that yf ye be circumcised Christ shall proffit you nothinge at all.
5:3I testifie agayne to every man which is circumcised that he is bounde to kepe the whole lawe.
5:4Ye are gone quyte fro Christ as many as are iustified by the lawe and are fallen from grace.
5:5We loke for and hope in the sprite to be iustified thorow fayth.
5:6For in Iesu Christ nether is circumcision enythinge worth nether yet vncircocision but faith which by love is mighty in operacion.
5:7Ye did runne well: who was a let vnto you that ye shuld not obey the trueth?
5:8Eve that counsell that is not of him that called you.
5:9A lytell leven doth leven the whole lompe of dowe.
5:10I have trust towarde you in the Lorde yt ye wyll be none other wyse mynded. He that troubleth you shall beare his iudgemet what soever he be.
5:11Brethren yf I yet preache circucision: why do I then yet suffre persecucion? For then had the offence which the crosse geveth ceased.
5:12I wolde to God they were seperated from you which trouble you.
5:13Brethre ye were called in to (libertie) only let not youre libertie be an occasion vnto the flesshe but in love serve one another.
5:14For all ye lawe is fulfilled in one worde which is this: thou shalt love thyne neghbour as thy selfe.
5:15Yf ye byte and devoure one another: take hede lest ye be consumed one of another.
5:16I saye walke in the sprete and fulfill not ye lustes of ye flesshe.
5:17For ye flesshe lusteth contrary to ye sprete and ye sprete cotrary to ye flesshe. Tese are cotrary one to the other so yt ye canot do that which ye wolde.
5:18But and yf ye be ledde of the sprete then are ye not vnder the lawe.
5:19The dedes of the flesshe are manyfest whiche are these advoutrie fornicacio vnclenes wantannes
5:20ydolatrye witchecraft hatred variaunce zele wrath stryfe sedicion sectes
5:21envyinge murther dronkenes glottony and soche lyke: of the which I tell you before as I have tolde you in tyme past that they which comit soche thinges shall not inherite ye kyngdome of God.
5:22But ye frute of sprete is loue ioye peace longesufferinge getlenes goodnes faythfulnes
5:23meknes temperancye. Agaynst suche ther is no lawe.
5:24They ye are Christis have crucified the flesshe with the appetites and lustes
5:25Yf we lyve in the sprete let vs walke in the sprete.
5:26Let vs not be vayne glorious provokinge one another and envyinge one another.
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.