Tyndale(i) 33 Herken another similitude. Ther was a certayne housholder which planted a vineyarde and hedged it roude about and made a wynpresse in it and bilt a tower and let it out to husbandmen and wet in to a straunge coutre. 34 And when the tyme of the frute drewe neare he sent his servauntes to the husbandmen to receave the frutes of it. 35 And ye husbandme caught his servauntes and bet one kylled another and stoned another. 36 Agayne he sent other servantes moo then the fyrst: and they served them lyke wyse. 37 But last of all he sent vnto the his awne sonne sayinge: they will feare my sonne. 38 But when the husbandmen sawe the sonne they sayde amoge the selves: This is the heyre: come let vs kyll him and let vs take his inheritaunce to oure selves. 39 And they caught him and thrust him out of the vineyarde and slewe him. 40 When the lorde of the vyneyarde commeth what will he do wt those husbandme? 41 They sayde vnto him: he will cruellye destroye those evyll persons and wyll let out his vyneyarde vnto other husbandmen which shall delyver him the frute at tymes convenient 42 Iesus sayde vnto the: dyd ye never redde in the scriptures? The stone which ye bylders refused ye same is set in ye principall parte of ye corner: this was the lordes doinge and yt is mervelous in oure eyes. 43 Therfore saye I vnto you the kyngdome of God shalbe take from you and shalbe geve to the getyls which shall brynge forth the frutes of it. 44 And whosoever shall fall on this stone he shalbe broken but on whosoever it shall fall vpon it will grynde him to powder. 45 And when the chefe prestes and Pharises hearde these similitudes they perceaved yt he spake of the.