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Chapter 1:80 Verses
42-1:1 Forasmuche as manye haue taken in hande, to set foorth in order, ye declaration of those thynges whiche are moste surelye to be beleued among vs,
42-1:2 Euen as they deliuered them vnto vs, which from the begynnyng sawe them them selues with their eyes, and were ministers of the worde:
42-1:3 I determined also, assoone as I had searched out diligently all thinges from the begynnyng, that then I woulde write vnto thee, moste excellent Theophilus.
42-1:4 That thou myghtest knowe the certentie of those thinges wherof thou hast ben infourmed.
42-1:5 There was in the dayes of Herode the kyng of Iurie, a certaine priest, named Zacharias, of the course of Abia, & his wyfe was of the daughters of Aaron, & her name was Elizabeth.
42-1:6 They were both ryghteous before God, and walked in all the lawes and ordinaunces of the Lorde, that no man coulde fynde fault with them.
42-1:7 And they had no chylde, because that Elizabeth was barren: and they both were nowe well stricken in age.
42-1:8 And it came to passe, that when Zacharie executed the priestes office before God, as his course came,
42-1:9 Accordyng to ye custome of the priestes office, his lot was to burne incence, whe he went into the temple of the Lorde.
42-1:10 And the whole multitude of the people were without in prayer, whyle the incence was burnyng.
42-1:11 And there appeared vnto hym an Angel of the Lorde, standyng on the ryght syde of the aulter of incence.
42-1:12 And when Zacharias sawe him, he was troubled, and feare came vpo him.
42-1:13 But the Angel sayde vnto him: Feare not Zacharie, for thy prayer is hearde: and thy wyfe Elizabeth shall beare thee a sonne, & thou shalt cal his name Iohn.
42-1:14 And thou shalt haue ioy and gladnesse, and many shall reioyce at his birth.
42-1:15 For he shalbe great in the syght of the Lorde, and shall neither drynke wine nor strong drynke: and he shalbe fylled with the holy ghost, euen from his mothers wombe.
42-1:16 And many of the chyldren of Israel, shall he turne to their Lorde God.
42-1:17 And he shall go before hym, with the spirite and power of Elias, to turne the heartes of the fathers to the chyldren, and the disobedient to the wisedome of the iust men, to make redy a perfect people for the Lorde.
42-1:18 And Zacharias saide vnto the Angel: By what token shall I know this? For I am olde, and my wyfe well stricken in yeres.
42-1:19 And the Angel aunswered, and sayde vnto hym: I am Gabriel that stande in the presence of God, and am sent to speake vnto thee, and to shewe thee these glad tydynges.
42-1:20 And beholde, thou shalt be dumbe, & not be able to speake, vntyll the day that these thynges be perfourmed, because thou beleuedst not my wordes, whiche shalbe fulfylled in their season.
42-1:21 And the people waited for Zacharias, and marueyled that he taried so long in the temple.
42-1:22 And when he came out, he coulde not speake vnto them. And they perceaued that he had seene a vision in the temple: For he beckened vnto them, and remayned speachlesse.
42-1:23 And it came to passe, that assoone as the dayes of his office were out, he departed into his owne house.
42-1:24 And after those dayes, his wyfe Elizabeth conceaued, and hyd her selfe fiue monethes, saying:
42-1:25 Thus hath the Lorde dealt with me, in the dayes wherein he loked on me, to take fro me my rebuke among men.
42-1:26 And in the sixth moneth, the Angel Gabriel was sent from God, vnto a citie of Galilee, named Nazareth,
42-1:27 To a virgin, spoused to a man whose name was Ioseph, of the house of Dauid, and the virgins name was Marie.
42-1:28 And the Angel went in vnto her, and sayde: Hayle [thou that art] freelie beloued, the Lorde is with thee, blessed art thou among women.
42-1:29 And when she sawe hym, she was troubled at his saying, and caste in her mynde what maner of salutation that shoulde be.
42-1:30 And the Angel saide vnto her: Feare not Marie, for thou hast founde grace with God.
42-1:31 For beholde, thou shalt conceaue in thy wombe, and beare a sonne, & shalt call his name Iesus.
42-1:32 He shalbe great, & shalbe called ye sonne of the hyest: & the Lord God shall geue vnto him the seate of his father Dauid:
42-1:33 And he shall reigne ouer the house of Iacob for euer, and of his kyngdome there shalbe none ende.
42-1:34 Then said Marie vnto ye Angel: How shall this be, seing I knowe not a man?
42-1:35 And the Angel aunswered, & saide vnto her: The holy ghost shall come vpon thee, & the power of the hyest shall ouershadowe thee. Therefore also that holy thyng whiche shalbe borne, shalbe called the sonne of God.
42-1:36 And beholde, thy cosin Elizabeth, she hath also conceaued a sonne in her olde age: & this is her sixth moneth, whiche was called barren.
42-1:37 For with God, shall nothyng be vnpossible.
42-1:38 And Marie saide: Beholde the handmayden of the Lorde, be it vnto me accordyng to thy worde. And the Angel departed from her.
42-1:39 And Marie arose in those dayes, & went into the hyll countrey with haste, into a citie of Iuda,
42-1:40 And entred into the house of Zacharie, and saluted Elizabeth.
42-1:41 And it came to passe, that when Elizabeth hearde the salutation of Marie, the babe sprang in her wombe, and Elizabeth was fylled with the holy ghost.
42-1:42 And she cryed with a loude voyce, and saide: Blessed art thou among women, because ye fruite of thy wombe is blessed.
42-1:43 And whence commeth this to me, that ye mother of my lord should come to me?
42-1:44 For loe, assoone as the voyce of thy salutation sounded in mine eares, the babe sprang in my wombe for ioy.
42-1:45 And blessed is she that beleued: For those thinges shalbe perfourmed, which were tolde her from the Lorde.
42-1:46 And Marie saide: My soule magnifieth the Lorde.
42-1:47 And my spirite reioyceth in God my sauiour.
42-1:48 For he hath loked on the lowe degree of his handmayden: For loe, now from hencefoorth shal all generations call me blessed.
42-1:49 Because, he that is mightie, hath done to me great thinges, & holy is his name,
42-1:50 And his mercy is on them that feare him, from generation to generation.
42-1:51 He hath shewed stregth with his arme, he hath scattered them that are proude, in the imagination of their heartes.
42-1:52 He hath put downe the myghtie fro their seates, and exalted them of lowe degree.
42-1:53 He hath fylled the hungry with good thynges, & sent away the riche emptie.
42-1:54 He hath helped his seruaunt Israel, in remembraunce of his mercy,
42-1:55 ( Euen as he promised to our fathers, Abraham, and to his seede) for euer.
42-1:56 And Marie abode with her about three monethes, and returned agayne to her owne house.
42-1:57 Elizabethes tyme came, that she shoulde be deliuered, and she brought foorth a sonne.
42-1:58 And her neyghbours, and her cosins hearde howe the Lorde hadde shewed great mercy vpo her, and they reioyced with her.
42-1:59 And it came to passe, that on the eyght day they came to circumcise the chylde, and called his name Zacharias, after the name of his father.
42-1:60 And his mother aunswered, and said: not so, but he shalbe called Iohn.
42-1:61 And they sayde vnto her: There is none in thy kinrede that is named with this name.
42-1:62 And they made signes to his father, howe he woulde haue hym called.
42-1:63 And he asked for wrytyng tables, and wrote, saying, his name is Iohn. And they marueyled all.
42-1:64 And his mouth was opened immediatly, and his tounge [loosed] & he spake, and praysed God.
42-1:65 And feare came on all them that dwelt nye vnto them: And all these sayinges were noysed abrode throughout all the hyll countrey of Iurie.
42-1:66 And all they that hearde them, layde them vp in their heartes, saying: What maner of chylde shall this be? And the hande of the Lorde was with hym.
42-1:67 And his father Zacharias was filled with ye holy ghost, & prophesied, saying.
42-1:68 Praysed be ye Lord God of Israel, for he hath visited & redeemed his people.
42-1:69 And hath raysed vp an horne of saluation vnto vs, in the house of his seruaunt Dauid.
42-1:70 Euen as he promised by the mouth of his holy prophetes, whiche were sence the worlde began.
42-1:71 That he would saue vs from our enemies, and from the hande of all that hate vs.
42-1:72 That he would deale mercyfully with our fathers, and remember his holy couenaunt.
42-1:73 And that he woulde perfourme the oth, which he sware to our father Abraham, for to geue vs.
42-1:74 That we, beyng deliuered out of the handes of our enemies, might serue him without feare,
42-1:75 All the dayes of our life, in [such] holynesse and righteousnes [as are accepted] before hym.
42-1:76 And thou childe shalt be called the prophete of the hyghest: for thou shalt go before the face of the Lorde, to prepare his wayes.
42-1:77 To geue knowledge of saluation vnto his people, by the remission of their sinnes.
42-1:78 Through ye tender mercy of our God, wherby the day spryng from an hygh hath visited vs.
42-1:79 To geue lyght to them that sitte in darknesse, and in the shadowe of death, to guide our feete into the way of peace.
42-1:80 And the chylde grewe, and waxed strong in spirite, and was in wildernesse till the day came when he should shewe hym selfe vnto the Israelites.
Chapter 2:52 Verses
42-2:1 And it came to passe in those dayes, yt there went out a commaundement fro Augustus Cesar, that all the world should be taxed.
42-2:2 (And this first taxing was made, when Syrenius was liefetenaunt in Syria.)
42-2:3 And euery man went vnto his owne citie, to be taxed.
42-2:4 And Ioseph also went vp from Galilee, out of the citie Nazareth, into Iurie, vnto the citie of Dauid, whiche is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and image of Dauid,
42-2:5 To be taxed with Marie his spoused wyfe, which was with chylde.
42-2:6 And so it was, that whyle they were there, the dayes were accomplysshed, that she shoulde be deliuered.
42-2:7 And she brought foorth her first begotten sonne, and wrapped him in swadlyng clothes, & layde hym in a manger, because there was no rowme for them in the Inne.
42-2:8 There were in ye same countrey sheepheardes, abydyng in the fielde, & watchyng their flocke by nyght.
42-2:9 And loe, the Angel of the Lorde stoode harde by them, and the glorie of the Lorde shone rounde about them, & they were sore afrayde.
42-2:10 And the Angel sayde vnto them, be not afrayde: For beholde, I bryng you tydynges of great ioy, that shall come to all people.
42-2:11 For vnto you is borne this daye, in the citie of Dauid, a sauiour, which is Christ the Lorde.
42-2:12 And take this for a signe: Ye shal finde the childe wrapped in swadling clothes, and layde in a manger.
42-2:13 And straightway, there was with the Angel, a multitude of heauenly souldiers, praysyng God, and saying.
42-2:14 Glorie to God on hye, and peace on the earth, and vnto men a good wyll.
42-2:15 And it came to passe, assoone as the Angels were gone away from them into heauen, the sheepheardes said one to another: Let vs go nowe euen vnto Bethlehem, and see this thyng that is come to passe, whiche the Lorde hath shewed vnto vs.
42-2:16 And they came with haste, and founde Marie and Ioseph, and the babe layde in a manger.
42-2:17 And when they had seene it, they publisshed abrode the saying whiche was tolde them, of that childe.
42-2:18 And all they that hearde it, wondred at those thinges which were tolde them of the sheepheardes.
42-2:19 But Marie kept al those sayinges, and pondered them in her heart.
42-2:20 And the sheepheardes returned, praysyng & laudyng God, for all the thinges that they had hearde and seene, euen as it was tolde vnto them.
42-2:21 And when the eygth day was come, that the chylde shoulde be circumcised, his name was called Iesus, whiche was so named of the Angel, before he was conceaued in the wombe.
42-2:22 And when the dayes of her purification, after the lawe of Moyses, were accomplished, they brought hym to Hierusalem, to present him to the Lord.
42-2:23 (As it is written in the lawe of ye Lord: Euery man chylde that firste openeth the wombe, shalbe called holy to ye lord)
42-2:24 And to offer, as it is sayde in the lawe of the Lorde, a payre of turtle doues, or two young pigions.
42-2:25 And beholde, there was a man in Hierusalem, whose name was Simeon: and the same man was iust and godlye, and loked for the consolation of Israel, and the holy ghost was vpon hym.
42-2:26 And a reuelation was geuen hym of the holy ghost, not to see death, before he had seene the Lordes Christe.
42-2:27 And he came by inspiration into the temple: And when the father & mother brought in the chylde Iesus, to do for hym after the custome of the lawe,
42-2:28 Then toke he hym vp in his armes, & praysed God, and sayde:
42-2:29 Lord nowe lettest thou thy seruaut depart in peace, accordyng to thy promise.
42-2:30 For mine eyes haue seene thy saluatio,
42-2:31 Whiche thou hast prepared before the face of all people:
42-2:32 A light to be reuealed to the gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel.
42-2:33 And Ioseph and his mother marueyled at those thinges which were spoken of hym.
42-2:34 And Simeon blessed them, & saide vnto Marie his mother: beholde, this chylde is set to be the fall & vprysyng agayne of many in Israel, & for a signe which is spoken agaynst.
42-2:35 And moreouer, the sworde shall pearce thy soule, that the thoughtes of many heartes may be opened.
42-2:36 And ther was a prophetisse, one Anna, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Aser, which was of a great age, and had lyued with an husbande seuen yeres from her virginitie.
42-2:37 And she had ben a wydowe about fourescore and foure yeres, whiche departed not from the temple, but serued God with fastynges and prayers nyght and day.
42-2:38 And she, commyng at the same instant vpon them, confessed lykewise the Lorde, and spake of hym, to all them that loked for redemptio in Hierusalem.
42-2:39 And when they had perfourmed all thynges, accordyng to the lawe of the Lorde, they returned into Galilee, to their owne citie Nazareth.
42-2:40 And the chylde grewe, and waxed strong in spirite, and was fylled with wisdome: & the grace of God was vpon hym.
42-2:41 Nowe, his parentes went to Hierusale euery yere, at the feast of ye Passouer.
42-2:42 And when he was twelue yere old, they ascended vp to Hierusalem, after the custome of the feast day:
42-2:43 And whe they had fulfilled the dayes, as they returned home, the chylde Iesus abode styll in Hierusalem: & Ioseph and his mother knewe not of it.
42-2:44 But they, supposyng hym to haue ben in the company, came a dayes iourney, and sought hym among their kinsfolke and acquayntaunce.
42-2:45 And when they founde hym not, they turned backe againe to Hierusalem, and sought hym.
42-2:46 And it came to passe, that after three dayes, they founde hym in the temple, sittyng in the myddes of the doctours, hearyng them, and posyng them.
42-2:47 And all that hearde hym, were astonied at his vnderstanding & aunsweres.
42-2:48 And when they sawe hym, they were amased. And his mother said vnto him: Sonne, why hast thou thus dealt with vs? Beholde, thy father and I haue sought thee, sorowyng.
42-2:49 And he sayde vnto them: Howe is it that ye sought me? Wyste ye not, that I must go about my fathers businesse?
42-2:50 And they vnderstoode not that saying which he spake vnto them.
42-2:51 And he went downe with them, and came to Nazareth, & was obedient vnto them: But his mother kepte all these sayinges in her heart.
42-2:52 And Iesus increased in wisedome and stature, and in fauour with God & men.
Chapter 3:38 Verses
42-3:1 Nowe, in the fifteenth yere of ye raigne of Tiberius Cesar, Pontius Pilate being lieftenaut of Iurie, and Herode being tetrarch of Galilee, & his brother Philip tetrarch of Iturea, and of the region of ye Trachonites, and Lysanias the tetrarch of Abiline,
42-3:2 When Annas and Caiaphas were the hye priestes, the worde of the Lorde came vnto Iohn, the sonne of Zacharias, in the wyldernesse.
42-3:3 And he came into all the coastes about Iordane, preachyng the baptisme of repentaunce, for the remission of sinnes:
42-3:4 As it is writte in ye booke of the wordes of Esaias the prophete, saying: The voyce of a cryer in wyldernesse, prepare ye the way of ye Lorde, make his pathes strayght.
42-3:5 Euery valley shalbe fylled, and euery mountayne & hyll shalbe brought lowe: And thynges that be croked, shalbe made strayght, and the rough wayes shalbe made playne.
42-3:6 And all flesshe, shall see the saluation of God.
42-3:7 Then saide he to the people that were come foorth to be baptized of hym: O generations of vipers, who hath forewarned you to flee from the wrath to come?
42-3:8 Bryng foorth therefore due fruites of repentaunce, and begyn not to say within your selues, we haue Abraham to our father: For I saye vnto you, that God is able of these stones, to rayse vp childre vnto Abraham.
42-3:9 Nowe also is the axe layed vnto the roote of the trees: Euery tree therfore which bryngeth not foorth good fruite, is hewen downe, and cast into the fire.
42-3:10 And the people asked hym, saying: What shall we do then?
42-3:11 He aunswereth, and sayth vnto them: He that hath two coates, let him part with hym that hath none: and he that hath meate, let hym do lykewyse.
42-3:12 Then came publicanes also to be baptized, and saide vnto him: Maister, what shall we do?
42-3:13 And he sayde vnto them: Require no more then that which is appoynted vnto you.
42-3:14 The souldiours lykewyse demaunded of hym, saying: And what shall we do? And he saide vnto them: Do violence to no man, neither accuse any falsely, and be content with your wages.
42-3:15 As the people wayted, & all men mused in their heartes of Iohn, whether he were very Christe:
42-3:16 Iohn aunswered, and said vnto them all, In deede I baptize you with water: but one stronger then I commeth, whose shoes latched I am not worthy to vnlose, he shall baptize you with the holy ghost, and with fire.
42-3:17 Which hath his fanne in his hande, & wyll purge his floore, & wyll gather the wheate into his barne: but ye chaffe wyl burne vp, with fire that neuer shalbe quenched.
42-3:18 And many other thinges, in his exhortation, preached he vnto the people.
42-3:19 Then Herode the tetrarch, when he was rebuked of hym for Herodias, his brother Philippes wyfe, and for all the euyls which Herode dyd,
42-3:20 Added this aboue all, & shut vp Iohn in pryson.
42-3:21 Nowe it came to passe, as all the people were baptized, and when Iesus was baptized, and dyd praye, that the heauen was opened,
42-3:22 And the holy ghost came downe, in a bodyly shape lyke a Doue, vpon hym: and a voyce came from heauen, which sayde, Thou art my beloued sonne, in thee I am well pleased.
42-3:23 And Iesus him selfe began to be about thirtie yeres of age, beyng (as he was supposed) the sonne of Ioseph: whiche was [the sonne] of Heli,
42-3:24 Whiche was the sonne of Matthat, whiche was the sonne of Leui, whiche was the sonne of Melchi, whiche was the sonne of Ianna, whiche was the sonne of Ioseph:
42-3:25 Whiche was ye sonne of Matthathias, whiche was the sonne of Amos, whiche was the sonne of Naum, whiche was the sonne of Hesly, which was the sonne of Nagge:
42-3:26 Whiche was the sonne of Maath, which was the sonne of Matthathias, which was the sonne of Semei, whiche was the sonne of Ioseph, whiche was the sonne of Iuda:
42-3:27 Whiche was the sonne of Ioanna, which was the sonne of Rhesa, whiche was the sonne of Zorobabel, whiche was the sonne of Salathiel, which was the sonne of Neri:
42-3:28 Whiche was the sonne of Melchi, whiche was the sonne of Addi, whiche was the sonne of Cosam, whiche was the sonne of Elmodam, whiche was the sonne of Er:
42-3:29 Whiche was the sonne of Iose, which was the sonne of Eliezer, whiche was sonne of Iorim, whiche was ye sonne of Matthat, which was ye sonne of Leui:
42-3:30 Whiche was the sonne of Simeon, whiche was the sonne of Iuda, whiche was the sonne of Ioseph, whiche was the sonne of Ionan, whiche was the sonne of Eliacim:
42-3:31 Whiche was the sonne of Melea, whiche was ye sonne of Menam, whiche was ye sonne of Matthatha, which was the sonne of Nathan, whiche was the sonne of Dauid:
42-3:32 Whiche was ye sonne of Iesse, whiche was the sonne of Obed, which was the sonne of Booz, whiche was the sonne of Salmo, which was ye sonne of Naasso:
42-3:33 Whiche was the sonne of Aminadab, whiche was the sonne of Aram, whiche was the sonne of Esron, whiche was the sonne of Phares, whiche was the sonne of Iuda:
42-3:34 Whiche was ye sonne of Iacob, whiche was the sonne of Asaac, which was the sonne of Abraham, whiche was ye sonne of Thara, which was the sonne of Nachor:
42-3:35 Which was ye sonne of Saruch, which was the sonne of Ragau, whiche was the sonne of Phaleg, which was ye sonne of Heber, which was the sonne of Sala:
42-3:36 whiche was the sonne of Arphaxad, whiche was the sonne of Sem, whiche was the sonne of Noe, whiche was the sonne of Lamech:
42-3:37 Whiche was the sonne of Mathusala, whiche was the sonne of Enoch, which was the sonne of Iared, whiche was the sonne of Maleleel, whiche was the sonne of Cainan:
42-3:38 Which was the sonne of Henos, which was ye sonne of Seth, which was ye sonne of Adam, which was the sonne of God.
Chapter 4:44 Verses
42-4:1 Iesus, being full of the holy ghost, returned from Iordane, & was ledde by the spirite into wyldernesse,
42-4:2 And was fourtie dayes tempted of the deuyll, and in those dayes dyd he eate nothyng: And when they were ended, he afterwarde hungred.
42-4:3 And the deuyll sayde vnto hym: If thou be the sonne of God, commaunde this stone that it be made bread.
42-4:4 And Iesus aunswered hym, saying: It is written, that man shall not lyue by bread only, but by euery word of god.
42-4:5 And the deuyll toke hym into an hye mountayne, & shewed hym all the kingdomes of ye worlde in a moment of time.
42-4:6 And the deuyl saide vnto hym: all this power wyll I geue thee euerywhyt, & the glory of them, for that is deliuered vnto me, and to whomsoeuer I wyll, I geue it.
42-4:7 If thou therfore wilt fall downe before me, & worship me, they shalbe all thine.
42-4:8 Iesus aunswered, & sayde vnto hym, Hence from me Satan: For it is writte, Thou shalt worship the Lorde thy God, and hym only shalt thou serue.
42-4:9 And he caryed hym to Hierusalem, & set hym on a pinacle of the temple, and sayde vnto him: If thou be the sonne of God, cast thy selfe downe from hence.
42-4:10 For it is written, that he shall geue his Angels charge ouer thee, to kepe thee.
42-4:11 And in their handes they shall beare thee vp, that thou dasshe not thy foote at any tyme agaynst a stone.
42-4:12 And Iesus aunswered, and sayde vnto hym: It is sayde, Thou shalt not tempt the Lorde thy God.
42-4:13 And assoone as all the temptatio was ended, the deuyll departed from hym for a season.
42-4:14 And Iesus returned, by the power of the spirite, into Galilee: & there went a fame of hym, throughout all the region rounde about.
42-4:15 And he taught in their synagogues, & was commended of all men.
42-4:16 And he came to Nazareth, where he was nursed: and, as his custome was, he wet into the synagogue on the Sabboth day, and stoode vp for to reade.
42-4:17 And there was deliuered vnto hym the booke of the prophete Esaias: And whe he had opened the booke, he founde the place where it was written,
42-4:18 The spirite of the Lord vpon me, because he hath annoynted me, to preache the Gospel to the poore he hath sent me, to heale the broken hearted, to preache deliueraunce to the captiue, & recouering of syght to the blynde, freely to set at libertie them that are bruised:
42-4:19 And to preache the acceptable yere of the Lorde.
42-4:20 And he closed the booke, and gaue it agayne to the minister, and sate downe: And the eyes of all them that were in ye synagogue, were fastened on hym.
42-4:21 And he began to say vnto the: this day is this scripture fulfilled in your eares.
42-4:22 And all bare him witnesse, & wondred at ye gratious wordes whiche proceaded out of his mouth. And they sayde, is not this Iosephes sonne?
42-4:23 And he saide vnto them: Ye wyll vtterly say vnto me this prouerbe, phisition heale thy selfe: Whatsoeuer we haue heard done in Capernau, do ye same here lykewyse in thine owne countrey.
42-4:24 And he saide: Ueryly I say vnto you, no prophete is accepted in his owne countrey.
42-4:25 But I tell you of a trueth, many wydowes were in Israel, in the dayes of Elias, when heauen was shutte three yeres & sixe monethes, when great famishment was throughout all ye lande:
42-4:26 And vnto none of the was Elias sent, saue vnto Sarepta, a citie of Sidon, vnto a woman that was a wydowe.
42-4:27 And many lepers were in Israel, in the tyme of Elizeus the prophete: and none of them was clensed, sauyng Naaman the Syrian.
42-4:28 And all they in the synagogue, when they hearde these thynges, were fylled with wrath:
42-4:29 And rose vp, and thrust hym out of the citie, and led hym euen vnto the edge of the hyll (wheron their citie was built,) yt they might cast him downe headlong.
42-4:30 But he, passyng through the myddes of them, went his way:
42-4:31 And came downe to Capernaum, a citie of Galilee, and there taught them on the Sabboth dayes.
42-4:32 And they were astonyed at his doctrine: For his preachyng was with power.
42-4:33 And in the synagogue, there was a man, which had an vncleane spirite of a deuyll, and cryed with a loude voyce,
42-4:34 Saying: Oh what haue we to do with thee, thou Iesus of Nazareth? Art thou come to destroy vs? I knowe who thou art, euen the holy one of God.
42-4:35 And Iesus rebuked hym, saying: Holde thy peace, and come out of hym. And when the deuyll had throwen him in the middes, he came out of hym, and hurt hym not.
42-4:36 And feare came on them all, and they spake among them selues, saying: What maner a thyng is this? For with auctoritie and power he commaundeth the foule spirites, and they come out.
42-4:37 And the fame of hym spread abrode, throughout euery place of the countrey rounde about.
42-4:38 And when he was risen vp, and come out of the synagogue, he entred into Simons house: And Simons wiues mother was taken with a great feuer, & they made intercession to hym for her.
42-4:39 And he stoode ouer her, and rebuked the feuer, and the feuer left her: And immediatly she arose, and ministred vnto them.
42-4:40 When the Sunne was downe, all they that had sicke, taken with diuers diseases, brought them vnto hym: And he layde his handes on euery one of them, and healed them.
42-4:41 And deuyls also came out of many, crying & saying: Thou art that Christe, the sonne of God. And he rebuked the, and suffred them not to speake: For they knewe that he was Christe.
42-4:42 As soone as it was day, he departed, and went into a desert place: And the people sought hym, and came to hym, and kept hym, that he shoulde not depart from them.
42-4:43 And he sayde vnto them, I must preache the kyngdome of God to other cities also: For therfore am I sent.
42-4:44 And he preached in the synagogues of Galilee.
Chapter 5:39 Verses
42-5:1 It came to passe, that when ye people preassed vpon hym, to heare the worde of God, he stoode by the lake of Genezareth,
42-5:2 And sawe two shippes stande by the lakes syde: But the fisshermen were gone out of them, and were wasshyng their nettes.
42-5:3 And he entred into one of the shippes, which pertayned to Simon, and prayed hym that he woulde thrust out, a litle from the lande: And he sate downe, and taught the people out of the shippe.
42-5:4 When he had left speakyng, he sayde vnto Simon: Launche out into the deepe, and let slip your nettes, to make a draught.
42-5:5 And Simon aunswered, and sayde vnto hym: Maister, we haue laboured all nyght, and haue taken nothyng: Neuerthelesse, at thy commaundement I wyll loose foorth the nette.
42-5:6 And when they had this done, they inclosed a great multitude of fisshes: But their nette brake.
42-5:7 And they beckened vnto their felowes, which were in the other shippe, that they shoulde come, and helpe them. And they came, and fylled both the shippes, that they suncke agayne.
42-5:8 When Simon Peter sawe this, he fell downe at Iesus knees, saying: Lorde, go from me, for I am a sinfull man.
42-5:9 For he was vtterly astonyed, and all that were with hym, at the draught of fisshes, which they had taken.
42-5:10 And so was also Iames and Iohn the sonnes of Zebedee, whiche were parteners with Simon. And Iesus sayde vnto Simon: Feare not, from hencefoorth thou shalt catch men.
42-5:11 And when they had brought vp their boates to the shore, they forsoke all, and folowed hym.
42-5:12 And it came to passe, that whe he was in a certayne citie: Beholde, [there was] a man full of leprosie, and when he had spyed Iesus, he fell flat on his face, and besought hym, saying: Lorde, yf thou wylt, thou canst make me cleane.
42-5:13 And he stretched foorth his hande, and touched hym, saying: I wyll, be thou cleane. And immediatly the leprosie departed from hym. And he charged hym, that he shoulde tell no man:
42-5:14 But go [sayth he] and shewe thy selfe to the priest, and offer for thy clensyng, accordyng as Moyses commaunded, for a witnesse vnto them.
42-5:15 But so much the more went there a fame abrode of hym, and much people came together to heare, and to be healed of hym, from their infirmities.
42-5:16 And he kept hym selfe a part in the wildernesse, and prayed.
42-5:17 And it came to passe, on a certayne day, as he was teachyng, that there were pharisees & doctours of the lawe, sittyng by, which were come out of all the townes of Galilee and Iurie, and Hierusalem: And the power of the Lorde was present, to heale them.
42-5:18 And beholde, men brought in a bed, a man which was taken with a paulsie, and they sought meanes to bryng hym in, and to lay hym before hym.
42-5:19 And when they coulde not fynde on what syde they myght bryng hym in, because of the prease, they went vpon the toppe of the house, and let hym downe through the tylyng, bed and all, euen in the myddes before Iesus.
42-5:20 Whe he sawe their faith, he saide vnto him: Man, thy sinnes are forgeuen thee.
42-5:21 And the scribes and the pharisees, began to thynke, saying: What felowe is this, which speaketh blasphemies? Who can forgeue sinnes but God only?
42-5:22 But when Iesus perceaued their thoughtes, he aunswered, & sayde vnto them: What thynke ye in your heartes?
42-5:23 Whether is easier to say, thy sinnes be forgeuen thee: or to say, ryse vp & walke?
42-5:24 But that ye may knowe that the sonne of man hath power to forgeue sinnes on earth (he sayde vnto the sicke of the paulsie) I say vnto thee, aryse, take vp thy bed, and go vnto thy house.
42-5:25 And immediatly he rose vp before them, and toke vp his bed, wheron he lay, and departed to his owne house, praysyng God.
42-5:26 And they were all amazed, and they gaue the glory vnto God, and were fylled with feare, saying: Doutlesse we haue seene straunge thynges to day.
42-5:27 After these thynges, he went foorth, & sawe a publicane named Leui, sittyng at the receipt of custome: and he sayde vnto hym, folowe me.
42-5:28 And he left all, rose vp, & folowed him.
42-5:29 And Leui made hym a great feast in his owne house. And there was a great companie of publicanes, and of other that sate [at meate] with them.
42-5:30 But they that were scribes and pharisees among them, murmured agaynst his disciples saying: Why do ye eate and drynke with publicanes and sinners?
42-5:31 And Iesus aunswered, and saide vnto them, They that are whole, neede not the phisition: But they that are sicke.
42-5:32 I came not to call the ryghteous: but sinners to repentaunce.
42-5:33 And they sayde vnto hym: Why do the disciples of Iohn fast often, & pray, and the disciples of the pharisees also: but thyne eate and drynke?
42-5:34 He sayde vnto them. Can ye make the chyldren of the weddyng chaumber fast, whyle the brydegrome in with the?
42-5:35 But the dayes wyll come, when the brydegrome also shalbe taken away fro them: then shall they fast in those dayes.
42-5:36 He spake also vnto them a similitude. No man putteth a peece of a newe garment, into an olde vesture: For then the newe renteth [the olde,] and the peece that was [taken] out of the newe, agreeth not with the olde.
42-5:37 And no man powreth newe wyne into olde vessels: For yf he do, the newe wyne wyll burst the vessels, and runne out it selfe, and the vessels shall perishe.
42-5:38 But newe wine must be put into newe vessels, and both are preserued.
42-5:39 No man also that drinketh olde wyne, strayghtway can awaye with newe: For he sayth, the olde is better.
Chapter 6:49 Verses
42-6:1 And it came to passe, on the seconde Sabboth, after the first, that he went through the corne fieldes: and his disciples plucked the eares of corne, and dyd eate, and rubbed them in their handes.
42-6:2 And certayne of the pharisees sayde vnto them: Why do ye that, which is not lawfull to do on ye Sabboth dayes?
42-6:3 And Iesus aunswered them, & sayde: Haue ye not read what Dauid dyd, when he hym selfe was an hungred, and they which were with hym:
42-6:4 Howe he went into the house of God, and dyd take and eate the shewe bread, and gaue also to them that were with hym, which was not lawfull to eate, but for the priestes only?
42-6:5 And he sayde vnto them: The sonne of man is Lord also of ye Sabboth day.
42-6:6 And it came to passe also in another Sabboth, that he entred into the synagogue, and taught: And there was a man, whose right hand was dried vp.
42-6:7 And the scribes & pharisees