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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



5:1Be ye folowers of god as dere children
5:2and walke in love even as Christ loved vs and gave him silfe for vs an offerynge and a sacrifyce of a swete saver to god.
5:3So that fornicacion and all vnclennes or coveteousnes be not once named amonge you as it be commeth saynctes:
5:4nether filthynes nether folishe talkyng nether gestinge which are not comly: but rather gevynge of thankes
5:5For this ye knowe yt no whormonger other vnclene person or coveteous person which is the worshipper of ymages hath eny inheritaunce in the kyngdome of Christ and of God.
5:6Let no ma deceave you with vayne wordes. For thorow soche thinges cometh the wrath of God vpon the chyldre of vnbelefe.
5:7Be not therfore companions with them.
5:8Ye were once dercknes but are now light in the Lorde. Walke as chyldren of light.
5:9For the frute of the sprete is in all goodnes rightewesnes and trueth.
5:10Accept that which is pleasinge to the Lorde:
5:11and have no fellishippe with the vnfrutfull workes of dercknes: but rather rebuke them.
5:12For it is shame even to name those thinges which are done of them in secrete:
5:13but all thinges when they are rebuked of the light are manifest. For whatsoever is manifest that same is light.
5:14Wherfore he sayth: awake thou that slepest and stond vp from deeth and Christ shall geve the light.
5:15Take hede therfore that ye walke circuspectly: not as foles: but as wyse
5:16redemynge the tyme: for ye dayes are evyll.
5:17Wherfore be ye not vnwyse but vnderstonde what the will of the Lorde is
5:18and be not dronke with wyne wherin is excesse: but be fulfilled with the sprete
5:19speakynge vnto youre selves in psalmes and ymnes and spretuall songes synginge and makinge melodie to ye Lorde in youre hertes
5:20gevinge thankes all wayes for all thinges vnto God the father in the name of oure Lorde Iesu Christ:
5:21submittinge youre selves one to another in the feare of God.
5:22Wemen submit youre selves vnto youre awne husbandes as vnto the Lorde.
5:23For the husbande is the wyves heed even as Christ is the heed of the congregacion and the same is the saveoure of the body.
5:24Therfore as the cogregacion is in subieccion to Christ lykwyse let the wyves be in subieccion to their husbandes in all thinges.
5:25Husbandes love youre wyves even as Christ loved the congregacion and gave him silfe for it
5:26to sanctifie it and clensed it in the fountayne of water thorow the worde
5:27to make it vnto him selfe a glorious congregacion with oute spot or wrynckle or eny soche thinge: but that it shuld be holy and with out blame.
5:28So ought men to love their wyves as their awne bodyes. He that loveth his wyfe loveth him sylfe.
5:29For no ma ever yet hated his awne flesshe: but norissheth and cherisseth it even as the lorde doth the congregacion.
5:30For we are members of his body of his flesshe and of his bones.
5:31For this cause shall a man leave father and mother and shall cotinue with his wyfe and two shalbe made one flesshe.
5:32This is a great secrete but I speake bitwene Christ and the cogregacion.
5:33Neverthelesse do ye so that every one of you love his wyfe truely even as him silfe. And let ye wyfe se that she feare her husbade.
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.