William-Tyndale-Testament  (Antwerpen 1534)  Mk 1

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The ne= we Testament/ dyly= gently corrected and compared with the Greke by Willyam Tindale: and fynes= shed in the yere of ou= re Lorde God·

A. M. D. and xxxiiij. in the moneth of November.

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The ne= we Testa= ment.

Jmprinted at An= werp by Marten Emperowr. Anno. M. D. xxxiiij.

[45v] The Gospell of S. Marke.
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The fyrste Chapter.

[1] THe beginnynge of the Gospell of Je= su Christ the sonne of God/ [2] as yt is wrytten in the Prophetes: beholde I sende my messenger before thy face/ which shall prepa= red thy waye before the. [3] The voyce of a cryer in the wil= dernes: prepare ye the waye of the Lorde/ make his pathes streyght.

[4] Jhon did baptise in the wyldernes/ and pre= che the baptyme of repentaunce/ for the remis= sion of synnes. [5] And all the londe of Jurie and they of Jerusalem/ went out unto him/ and were all baptised of him in the ryver Jordan/ con= fessynge their synnes.

[6] Jhon was clothed with cammylles heer/ and with a gerdyll of a skyn about hys loynes. And he dyd eate locustes and wylde hony/ [7] and preached sayinge: a stronger then I commeth after me/ whose shue latchet I am not wor= thy to stoupe doune and unlose. [8] I have bapti= sed you with water: but he shall baptise you with the holy goost.

[9] And yt came to passe in those dayes/ that Jesus cam from Nazareth/ a cyte of Galile: and was baptised of John in Jordan. [10] And assone as he was come out of the water/ John sa= we heaven open/ and the holy goost descen= dinge upon him/ lyke a dove. [11] And ther came [46r] a voyce from heaven: Thou arte my dere sonne in whom I delyte.

[12] And immediatly the sprete drave him into wildernes: [13] and he was there in the wildernes xl/ dayes/ and was tempted of Satan/ and was with wilde beestes. And the aungels mini= stred unto him.

[14] After Jhon was taken/ Jesus came into Galile/ preachinge the gospell of the kyngdo= me of God/ [15] and sayinge: the tyme is come/ and the kyngdome of God is at honde/ repent and beleve the gospell.

[16] As he walked by the see of Galile/ he sawe Simon and Andrew his brother/ castinge nettes into the see/ for they were fysshers. [17] And Jesus sayde unto them: folowe me/ and I will make you fysshers of men. [18] And strayghtwaye/ they forsoke their nettes/ and folowed him.

[19] And when he had gone a lytell further thence/ he sawe James the sonne of zebede/ and Jhon his brother/ even as they were in the shyppe mendinge their nettes. [20] And anonne he called them. And they leeft their father zebe= de in the shippe with his hyred servauntes/ and went their waye after him.

[21] And they entred into Capernaum/ and streight waye on the Saboth dayes/ he entred into the sy= nagoge and taught. [22] And they merveled at his learninge. For he taught them as one that had power with him/ and not as the Scribes.

[23] And there was in their synagoge a man ve= xed with an unclene spirite/ he cried [24] sayinge: let be: what have we to do with the thou Jesus [46v] of Nazareth? Arte thou come to destroye us? I knowe the what thou arte/ even that holy of god. [25] And Jesus rebuked him sayinge: hoolde thy peace and come out of him. [26] And the unclene spirite tare him/ and cryed with a loude voyce/ and came out of him. [27] And they were all amased/ insomoche that they demaunded one of ano= ther amonge themselves/ saying: what thinge is this? what newe doctryne is this? For he commaundeth the foule spirites with power/ and they obeye him. [28] And immediatly his fame spreed abroade throughoute all the region borderinge on Galile.

[29] And forth with/ assone as they were come out of the synagoge/ they entred into the housse of Symon and Andrew/ with James and Jhon. [30] And Symons mother in lawe lay sicke of a fever. And anone they tolde him of her. [31] And he came and toke her by the honde and lifte her up: and the fever forsoke hir by and by: and she ministred unto them.

[32] And at even when the sunne was downe/ they brought to him all that were diseased/ and them that were possessed with devyls. [33] And all the cite gaddred togedder at the dore/ [34] and he healed many that were sicke of divers deseases. And he cast out many devyls/ and suffred not the devyls to speake/ because they knewe him.

[35] And in the morninge very erly/ Jesus aro= se and went out into a solitary place/ and there prayed. [36] And Simon and they that were with him folowed after him. [37] And when they that had founde him/ they sayde unto him: all men se= [47r] ke for the. [38] And he sayd unto them: let us go into the next tounes/ that I maye preache there also: for truly I cam out for that purpo= se. [39] And he preached in their synagoges/ throu= ghout all Galile/ and cast the devyls out.

[40] And there came a leper to him/ besechinge him/ and kneled doune unto him/ and sayde to him: yf thou wilt/ thou cannest make me clene. [41] And Jesus had compassion on him/ and put forth his honde/ touched him/ and sayde to him: I will/ be thou clene. [42] And assone as he had spoken/ imme= diatly the leprosy departed from him/ and was clen= sed. [43] And he charged him/ and sent him awaye forthwith [44] and sayd unto him: Se thou saye no= thinge to any man/ but get the hence and shewe thysilfe to the preste/ and offer for thy clensinge/ those thinges which Moses commaunded/ for a testimoniall unto them. [45] But he (assone as he was departed) beganne to tell many thinges/ and to publyshe the dede: in so moche that Jesus coulde no more openly entre into the cite/ but was without in desert places. And they came to him from every quarter.

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The .ii. Chapt.
[1] AFter a feawe dayes/ he entred into Ca= pernaum agayne/ and it was noysed that he was in a housse. [2] And anone many gadered togeder/ insomoche that now there was no roume to receave them: no/ not so mo= che as about the dore. And he preached the worde unto them. [3] And there came unto him that brought one sicke of the palsie/ borne of fower men. [4] And because they coulde not co= me nye unto him for preace/ they uncovered the
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