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William Tyndale Bible 1534

New Testament



3:1Morover my brethren reioyce in the lorde. It greveth me not to write one thinge often to you. For to you it is a sure thynge.
3:2Beware of dogges beware of evyll workers. Beware of dissencion.
3:3For we are circucision which worshippe god in the sprete and reioyce in Christ Iesu and have no confidence in the flesshe:
3:4though I have wherof I myght reioyce in the flesshe. Yf eny other man thynketh that he hath wherof he myght trust in the flesshe: moche moare I:
3:5circumcised the eyght daye of ye kynred of Israhell of ye trybe of Beniamyn an Ebrue borne of ye Ebrues: as concernynge the lawe a pharisaye
3:6and as concernynge fervetnes I perseuted the congregacion and as touchynge the rightewesnes which is in the lawe I was vnrebukable.
3:7But the thynges that were vauntage vnto me I counted losse for Christes sake.
3:8Ye I thinke all thynges but losse for that excellet knowledges sake of Christ Iesu my lorde. For whom I have counted all thynge losse and do iudge them but donge that I myght wynne Christ
3:9and myght be founde in him not havynge myne awne rightewesnes which is of the lawe: But that which spryngeth of the fayth which is in Christ. I meane the rightewesnes which cometh of God thorowe fayth
3:10in knowynge him and the vertue of his resurreccion and the fellowshippe of his passions that I myght be coformable vnto his (deeth)
3:11yf by eny meanes I myght attayne vnto the resurreccion from deeth.
3:12Not as though I had all redy attayned to it Ether were all redy parfect: but I folowe yf yt I maye comprehende that wherin I am comprehended of Christ Iesu.
3:13Brethren I counte not my silfe that I have gotten it: but one thynge I saye: I forget yt which is behynde and stretche my silfe vnto that which is before
3:14and preace vnto ye marke apoynted to obtayne the rewarde of the hye callynge of god in Christ Iesu.
3:15Let vs therfore as many as be perfect be thus wyse minded: and yf ye be other wyse mynded I praye God open even this vnto you.
3:16Neverthelesse in that wher vnto we are come let vs procede by one rule yt we maye be of one acorde.
3:17Brethren be folowers of and me loke on them which walke even so as ye have vs for an ensample.
3:18For many walke (of whom I have tolde you often and now tell you wepynge) that they are ye enemyes of ye crosse of Christ
3:19whose ende is dampnacio whose God is their bely and whose glory is to their shame which are worldely mynded.
3:20But oure conversacion is in heven from whence we loke for a saveour enen the lorde Iesus Christ
3:21which shall chaunge oure vile bodies that they maye be fassioned lyke vnto his glorious body acordinge to the workynge wherby he is able to subdue all thinges vnto hym silfe.
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.