8 Furthermore brethren, whatsoeuer thynges are true, whatsoeuer thinges are honest, whatsoeuer thinges are iuste, whatsoeuer thinges are pure, whatsoeuer thinges pertaine to loue, whatsoeuer thinges are of honeste report: yf there be anie vertuous thinge yf there be anye laudable thinge,
Bible verses about "womanizer" | Matthew
1 Be ye folowers of God as deare children, 2 and walke in loue euen as Christe loued vs, and gaue hym selfe for vs, an offeringe, and a sacrifice of a swete sauoure to God. 3 So that fornicacion and vncleanes, or couetousnes be not ones named amonge you, as it becommeth sainctes: 4 neyther fylthynes, neyther folyshe talkinge, neither gestinge whiche are not comely: but rather geuinge of thankes. 5 For this ye knowe, that no whormonger, other vncleane persone, or couetous person, whyche is the worshypper of Images, hath anye inheritaunce in the kyngdome of Christe and of God. 6 Let no man deceiue you with vayne wordes. For thorowe suche thinges commeth the wrath of God vpon the children of vnbelefe. 7 Be not therfore companions wyth them. 8 Ye were ones darckenes, but are nowe lyghte in the Lorde. Walke as chyldren of lyghte. 9 For the fruite of the spirite is in all goodnes, ryghtuousnes and trueth. 10 Accepte that whiche is pleasinge to the Lorde: 11 and haue no fellowshyp wyth the vnfruitfull workes of darckenes: but rather rebuke them. 12 For it is shame euen to name those thinges, whiche are done of them in secrete: 13 but all thinges, when they are rebuked of the lyghte are manifeste. For what soeuer is manifeste, that same is lyght. 14 Wherfore he sayth: awake thou that slepest, and stand vp from death, and Christ shall geue the lyght. 15 Take hede therfore that ye walke circumspectlye: not as foles, but as wyse 16 redeminge the time, for the dayes are iuel. 17 Wherfore be ye not vnwise, but vnderstande what the wyll of the Lorde is, 18 and be not drounke wt wyne. wherin is excesse, but be fulfylled wyth the spirite, 19 speakinge vnto your selues in Psalmes, and Hymnes, and spiritual sounges, singing and makinge melodye to the Lorde in your hertes, 20 geuinge thankes alwayes for al thinges vnto God the father, in the name of oure Lorde Iesu Christe, 21 submittinge your selues one to another in the feare of God. 22 Women submitte youre selues vnto your owne husbandes, as vnto the Lorde. 23 For the husbande is the wyues head, euen as Christe is the heade of the congregation, and the same is the sauiour of the body. 24 Therfore as the congregation is in subieccion to Christe, lykewyse let the wyues be in subieccion to theyr husbandes in all thynges. 25 Husbandes loue youre wyues, euen as Christe loued the congregation, and gaue him selfe for it, 26 to sanctifye it, and cleansed it in the fountayne of water thorowe the worde 27 to make it vnto hym selfe a glorious congregation wythout spotte or wrinckle, or anye suche thinge: but that it shoulde be holy and wythout blame. 28 So ought men to loue theyr wyues, as their owne bodies. He that loueth hys wyfe, loueth him selfe. 29 For no man euer yet hated hys owne fleshe, but norisheth and cherisseth it euen as the Lorde doeth the congregation. 30 For we are members of his bodie, of his fleshe, and of hys bones. 31 For this cause shall a man leaue father and mother, and shall continue wyth hys wyfe, and two shalbe made one fleshe. 32 Thys is a greate secrete, but I speake betwene Christe and the congregation. 33 Neuerthelesse do ye so that euerye one of you loue his wyfe truely euen as hym selfe: And let the wyfe se that she feare her husbande.
9 Do ye not remembre, howe that the vnrightuous shall not inheret the kyngdome of God? Be not deceyued. For neither fornicatours, neither worshipers of ymages, neither whormongers, neyther weaklinges, neither abusers of them selues wyth the mankynde, 10 neither theues, neythe couetous, neither dronkardes, neither cursed speakers, neither pyllars, shall inherete the kyngedome of God. 11 And suche were ye verelye, but ye are washed, ye are sanctifyed, ye are iustifyed by the name of the Lorde Iesus, and by the spyryte of our God.
28 But I saye vnto you, that whosoeuer loketh on a wife, lustinge after her, hath committed adulterye with her alredy in his herte 29 Wherfore if thy ryght eye offende the plucke him out, & cast him from the. Better it is for the that one of thy members perishe, then that thy whol body should be cast into hel. 30 Also if thy right hand offende the, cut him of & cast him from the. Better it is that one of thy members perish, then that all thy body should be cast into hel. 31 It is sayed, whosoeuer putteth a way his wife, let him geue her a testimonial of the deuorcement. 32 But I sai vnto you: whosoeuer putteth away his wife (except it be for fornicacion) causeth her to breke matrimony. And whosoeuer marieth her that is deuorced, breaketh wedlocke. 33 Agayne ye haue hearde how it was sayed to them of olde time, thou shalt not forsweare thy self, but shalt performe thine othe to God. 34 But I saye vnto you, swere not at al, neither by heauen, for it is Goddes seate: 35 nor yet by the earth, for it is his fotstole: neither by Ierusalem for it is the citye of the great kinge 36 neither shalt thou sweare by thy head, because thou canst not make one whyte hear, or blacke. 37 But your communicacion shalbe, yea, yea: nay, nay. For whatsoeuer is more than that cometh to euell. 38 Ye haue hearde how it is sayed, an eye for an eye: a tothe for a tothe. 39 But I saye to you that ye resyst not wrong. But who soeuer geue the a blowe on the right cheke, tourne to hym the other. 40 And if anye man wyll sue the at the lawe, and take awaye thy coote, let hym haue thy clooke also. 41 And whosoeuer wyll compell the to goo a myle, goo with hym twaine. 42 Geue to hym that axeth, & from him that woulde borow tourne not away. 43 Ye haue hearde how it is said: thou shalt loue thy neighbour, and hate thyne enemy. 44 But I say vnto you loue your enemies. Blesse theim that cursse you. Do good to them that hate you. Pray for them which doo you wronge and persecute you, 45 that ye may be the chyldren of youre father that is in heauen: for he maketh his sonne to aryse on the yuyll, and on the good and sendeth his raine on the iust and vniust. 46 For if ye loue them, whiche loue you: what rewarde shall ye haue? Doo not the publicanes euen so? 47 And if ye be frendly to your brethren only what synguler thinge doo ye? Do not the publycanes likewyses? 48 Ye shall therfore be perfect, euen as your father which is in heauen, is perfect.
1 Take hede to your almes, that ye geue it not in the sight of men, to the intent that ye would be sene of them. Or els ye get no rewarde of youre father whyche is in heauen. 2 Whensoeuer therfore thou geuest thime almes, thou shalt not make a trompet to be blowen before the, as the hypocrytes do in the synagoges and in the stretes, for to be praised of men. Verely I saye vnto you, they haue their rewarde. 3 But when thou doest thine almes, let not thy lyft hande knowe what thy ryght hande doth, 4 that thyne almes may be secrete: and thy father whiche seeth in secrete, shall rewarde the openly. 5 And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hipocrites are. For they loue to stande and praye in the sinagoges, and in the corners of the stretes, and because they wolde be seane of men. Verely I say vnto you, they haue their rewarde. 6 But when thou prayest, entre into thy chamber, & shut thy dore to the, & praie to thi father which is in secrete: & thy father which seeth in secrete, shall rewarde the openlye. 7 But when ye praye, bable not much as the Heathen do: for they thinke that they shalbe herde, for their muche bablynge sake. 8 Be ye not lyke them therfore. For your father knoweth wherof ye haue neade, before ye axe of him 9 after this manner therfore pray ye. Our father which art in heauen, halowed be thy name. 10 Let thy kingdome come. Thy wyll be fulfylled, as well in earth, as it is in heauen. 11 Geue vs this daye our daylye breade. 12 And forgeue vs our trespases, euen as we forgeue oure trespasers. 13 And lead vs not into temptaciou. But delyuer vs from euyll. For thyne is the kingdome and the power, and the glorye for euer Amen. 14 For and if ye shall forgeue other men their trespases, your heauenlye father shall also forgeue you. 15 But and ye wyll not forgeue men theyr trespases, no more shall your father forgeue your trespases. 16 Moreouer when ye fast, be not sad as the hipocrites are. For they disfygure their faces, that they myght be sene of men how they fast. Verely I say vnto you, they haue their rewarde. 17 But thou, when thou fastest, annoint thine head, & wash thy face 18 that it appeare not vnto men howe that thou fastest but vnto thy father which is in secrete: & thy father which seth in secret shal reward the openly. 19 Se that ye gater you not treasure vpon the earth, where ruste & mothes corrupte, & wher theues breake throughe & steale. 20 But gather ye treasure together in heauen, where neither rust nor mothes corrupt, & where theues neyther breake vp nor yet steale. 21 For wher soeuer your treasur is, ther wyl your hertes be also. 22 The lyght of thy body is thine eye. Wherfore if thine eye be single, al thy bodye shalbe full of light. 23 But and if thyne eye be wycked then al thy bodye shalbe ful of darkenes. Wherfore if the light that is in the, be darkenes: how great is that darckenes? 24 No man can serue two maysters. For eyther he shall hate the one & loue the other: yea or eles he shall leane to the one & dispise the other. Ye cannot serue God & Mammon. 25 Therfore I saie vnto you, be not tareful for you life what ye shall eate or what ye shall dryncke, nor yet for your bodye, what ye shall put on, is not the lyfe more worthe then meate, and the body more of value then rayment? 26 Behold the foules of the ayer: for the sowe not, neyther reape, nor yet cary into the barnes: and yet your heauenlye father fedethe them. Are ye not muche better then they? 27 Whych of you (though he toke thoughte therfore) coulde put one cubit vnto hys statuture? 28 And why care ye then for rayment? Considre the lylies of the filde, howe they growe. They laboureth not nether spynne. 29 And yet for all that I saye vnto you that euen Solomon in all hys royaltie was not arayed lyke vnto one of these. 30 Wherfore if God so clothe the grasse, which is to day in the felde, and to morowe shall be cast in to the fournace: shall he not much more do the same vnto you, o ye of lytle fayth? 31 Therfore take no thought saiynge: what shall we eate, or what shall we dryncke, or wherewith shal we be clothed? 32 After all these thynges seke the gentils. For your heauenlye father knoweth that ye haue neade of all these thynges. 33 But rather seke ye first the kyngdome of heauen and the rightuousnes therof, & all these thynge shalbe ministred vnto you. 34 Care not then for the morow, but let the morow care for itself: for the day present hath euer ynough of his owne trouble.
1 Ivdge not, that ye be not iudged. 2 For as ye iudge so, shall ye be iudged. And with what measur ye meate, with the same shal it be measured to you agayne. 3 Why seiste thou a moote in thy brothers eye, & perceyuest not the beame that is in thyne owne eye? 4 Or why saist thou to thy brother: suffer me to plucke out the moote out of thyne eye, & beholde a beame is in thyne owne eye? 5 Hypocrite, first caste out the beame out of thyne owne eye, and then shalte thou se clearelye to plucke out the moote out of thy brothers eye. 6 Geue not that whiche is holye, to dogges nether cast ye your pearles before swyne, lest they treade them vnder theyr feete, and the other tourne agayne and al to rent you. 7 Axe and it shalbe geuen you. Seke and ye shall fynde. Knocke & it shalbe opened vnto you. 8 For whosoeuer axeth receyueth, and he that seketh fyndethe, and to hym that knocketh, it shalbe opened. 9 Ys there any man amonge you whiche if his sonne axed hym bread, would offer him a stone? 10 Or if he axed fyshe, woulde he profer him a serpente? 11 Yf ye then whyche are euyll, can geue to youre chyldren good gyftes: howe muche more shall your father whiche is in heauen, geue good thinges to them that axe hym? 12 Therfore whatsoeuer ye woulde that men shoulde do to you, euen so do ye to them. Thys is the lawe and the Prophetes. 13 Enter in at the strayte gate: for wide is the gate and broade is the way that leadeth to destruction: and many there be whiche go in therat. 14 But strayt is the gate, and narrowe is the waye which leadeth vnto lyfe: & feawe there be that fynde it. 15 Beware of false Prophetes, whiche come to you in shepes clothing, but inwardly they are rauenynge wolues. 16 Ye shall knowe them by their fruites. Do men gaddre grapes of thornes? or figges of bryers? 17 Euen so euery good tre bryngeth forth good fruite. But a corrupt tree, bringeth forth euyll fruyte. 18 A good tree can not bringe forthe bad fruyte: nor yet a bad tree can bringe forth good fruite. 19 Euery tree that bryngeth not forthe good fruite shalbe hewen downe, and cast into the fyre. 20 Wherfore by theyr fruytes ye shal knowe them. 21 Not al they that saye vnto me, Maister Maister, shal enter into the kingdome of heauen: but he that doeth my fathers will which is in heauen. 22 Many will saye to me in that daye: Maister, maister, haue we not in thy name prophesied? And in thy name haue cast out deuylles? And in thy name haue done many miracles? 23 And then will I knowledge vnto them, that I neuer knewe them. Departe from me, ye workers of iniquitie. 24 Whosoeuer heareth of me these sayinges and doethe the same, I wyll lyken hym vnto a wyse man which buylt hys housse on a rocke 25 and aboundaunce of rayne descended, and the flouddes came, and the windes blew and bet vpon that same housse, and it fell not because it was grounded on the rocke. 26 And whosoeuer heareth of me these sayinges and doeth them not, shalbe lykened vnto a folyshe man whyche buylt hys housse vpon the sande 27 and abundance of rayne descended, and the floudes came, and the wyndes blewe and bet vpon that housse, and it fell, and great was the fall of it. 28 And it came to passe, that when Iesus had ended these saynges, the people were astonyed at his doctrine. 29 For he taught them as one hauing power, and not as the Scribes.
1 When he was come downe from the mountayne, much people folowed him. 2 And lo, there came a lepre & worshipped him saying Master, if thou wylt, thou canst make me cleane. 3 And Iesus put forthe his hand & touched him, saiyng: I will, be thou cleane, & immediatly his leprosye was clensed. 4 And Iesus sayde vnto hym. Se thou tell no man, but go and shewe thy selfe to the pryeste, and offer the gyft that Moyses commaunded in witnes to them. 5 When Iesus was entred into Capernaum there came vnto him a certayne Centurion, & besought him 6 sayinge: Master my seruaunte lyeth sycke at home of the palsy, & is greuouslye pained. 7 And Iesus saide vnto him: I wyll come and heale him. 8 The Centurion aunswered and sayd: Sir I am not worthy that thou shouldest come vnder my rofe, but speake the worde only and my saruaunt shalbe healed. 9 For I also my selfe am a man vndre power, & haue soudiers vnder me, & I say to one, go, & he goeth, and to an other come, & he cometh: and to my seruante, do this, he doeth it: 10 When Iesus hearde that, he maruailed & sayed to them that folowed him. Verely I say vnto you, I haue not founde so great faith: no, not in Israel. 11 I say therfore vnto you that many shall come from the east and west, and shal rest with Abraham, Isaac and Iacob in the kingdome of heauen: 12 and the children of the kingdome shall be cast out in the vtter darkenes: there shalbe wepinge and gnashynge of teth. 13 Iesus sayd vnto the Centurion, go thy way, and as thou hast beleued so be it vnto the. And his seruaunt was healed the selfe houre. 14 And then Iesus went to Peters house, and sawe his wyues mother lyinge sycke of a feuer, 15 and touched her hand, & the feuer left her: and she arose, and ministred vnto them. 16 When the euen was come, they brought vnto him many that were possessed with deuyls. And he cast out the spretes with a word, and healed all that were sycke, 17 to fulfyll that which was spoken by Esaias the prophete sayinge. He toke on him oure infyrmyteis, & beare oure sycknesses. 18 When Iesus sawe muche people aboute him, he commaunded to go ouer the water. 19 And there came a scribe and sayde vnto hym: master, I wil folowe the whither soeuer thou goest. 20 And Iesus sayd vnto him: the foxes haue holes, and the birddes of the ayer haue nestes, but the sonne of man hath not wheron to rest his heade. 21 Another that was one of his disciples said vnto him: master, suffer me fyrst to go and burye my father. 22 But Iesus sayd vnto hym folowe me, and let the dead burye their deade. 23 And he entred into a shyppe, and his disciples folowed him. 24 And beholde there arose a great tempest in the sea, in so much that the shippe was couered with waues, and he was a slepe. 25 And his discyples came vnto him, and awoke him sayinge: master saue vs, we peryshe. 26 And he sayed vnto them: why are ye fearfull, O ye of lytle fayth? Then he arose, and rebuked the wyndes and the sea, and there folowed a great calme. 27 And the men maruayled and sayed: what man is this, that both wyndes and sea obey hym? 28 And when he was come to the other syde, into the countre of the Gergesytes, there mete him two possessed of deuils, which came out of the graues, & were out of measure fearce, so that no man myght go by that way. 29 And behold they cried out saying: O Iesu the sonne of God, what haue we to do with the? Art thou come hither to torment vs before the tyme be come? 30 And ther was a good waye of from them a great hearde of swyne fedinge. 31 Then the deuyls besoughte him sayinge: if thou cast vs out, suffer vs to go our way into the heard of swyne. 32 And he said vnto theim, go your waies. Then went they out of & departed into the hearde of swine. And behold the whole heard of swyne was caryed with violence headling into the sea, and peryshed in the water. 33 Then the hearde men fled & went their wayes into the citye, and tolde euerye thynge, and what had fortuned vnto the possessed of the deuyls. 34 And beholde all the cytye came out and met Iesus, and when they sawe him they besought hym for to departe out of their coastes.
1 Then he entred into a shyppe & passed ouer and came into his owne citie. 2 And, lo thei brought to him a man sycke of the palsye, lyinge in his bedde. And when Iesus sawe the faith of them he said to the sick of the palsie sonne be of good chere, thy sinnes be forgeuen the. 3 And beholde certayne of the scribes sayd in them selues, thys man blasphemeth. 4 And when Iesus sawe theyr thoughtes, he sayed: wherfor thinke ye euill in your hertes? 5 Whether is easyer to saye, thy synnes be forgeuen the, or to saye: aryse and walke? 6 That ye maye knowe that the sonne of man hath power to forgeue synnes in earth: then sayed he vnto the sicke of the palsie: aryse, take vp thy bed, and go home to thyne house. 7 And he arose and departed to hys owne house. 8 And when the people sawe it, they marueyled & glorifyed God whiche hath geuen suche power to men. 9 And as Iesus passed forth from thence, he saw a man syt receyuyng of custome named Mathew, and sayd to hym: folow me. 10 And he arose and folowed hym. And it came to passe, as he sate at meat in the house: beholde many Publicans, and synners came and sate doune also with Iesus and hys disciples. 11 When the Phariseis sawe that, they sayed to hys disciples: why eateth your master with Publicans and synners? 12 When Iesus heard that he sayed vnto them: The whole neade not the Phisicion, but they that are sicke. 13 Go, and learne, what that meaneth: I haue pleasure in mercye, & not in offerynge. For I am not come to cal the ryghtuouse but the synners to repentaunce. 14 Then came the disciples of Iohn to hym saying: why do we and the Pharises fast ofte: but thy disciples fast not? 15 And Iesus sayd vnto them. Can the weddyng children morne as long as the bridegrome is with them? The tyme will come when the bridegrome shalbe taken from them, and then shal they faste: 16 No man peceth an olde garment with a pece of newe clothe. For then taketh he awaye the pece agayne from the garment, and the rente is made greater. 17 Nether do men put newe wyne into olde vessels, for then the vessels breake and the wyne runneth out, and the vessels peryshe. But they poure newe wyne into newe vessels, and so are both saued together. 18 Whyles he thus spake vnto them, behold there came a certaine rueler, and worshipped him sayinge my doughter is euen now dyseased, but come and lay thy hand on her, and she shall lyue. 19 And Iesus arose and folowed him with his disciples. 20 And beholde, a woman which was diseased with an issue of bloude .xij. yeres, came behinde him and touched the hem of his vesture. 21 For she said in her selfe: if I maye touche but euen his vesture only, I shalbe safe. 22 Then Iesus tourned him about, & behelde her saynge: Doughter be of good comforth, thy faith hath made the safe. And she was made whole euen that same houre. 23 And when Iesus came into the rulers house, and sawe the ministrels and the people raginge, 24 he sayd vnto them: Get you hence, for the mayde is not dead, but slepeth. And they laughed him to scorne. 25 Assone as the people were put forth, he went in and toke her by the hande, and the mayde arose. 26 And this was noysed through out all that lande. 27 And as Iesus departed thence, two blinde men folowed hym cryinge and sayinge: O thou sonne of Dauid haue mercy on vs. 28 And when he was come into the house, the blynde came to him. And Iesus saide vnto them: Beleue ye that I am able to do this? And they sayde vnto him: ye Lorde. 29 Then touched he their eyes, sayinge: accordinge to your fayth, be it vnto you. 30 And their eyes were opened. And Iesus charged them sayinge: Se that no man knowe of it. 31 But they assone as they were departed, spred abrode his name through out all the lande. 32 As they were come out behold, a domme man possessed of a deuil, was brought to him. 33 And as sone as the deuyl was cast out, the domme spake: And the people meruayled: sayinge: it was neuer so sene in Israell. 34 But the pharyseis sayed: he casteth out deuils, by the power of the chiefe deuyl. 35 And Iesus went aboute all cytyes and tounes, teachinge in their synagoges and preachinge the gladde tidinges of the kingdome, and healinge all maner sicknes and disease amonge the people. 36 But when he sawe the people, he had compassyon on them, because they were pyned awaye, and scattred abroad, euen as shepe hauinge no shepeherde. 37 Then sayde he to his disciples: the herueste is greate, but the labourers are fewe. 38 Wherfore pray the Lord of the haruest to send forth labourers into his haruest.
1 And he called his .xij. Disciples vnto him & gaue theym power ouer vncleane spyrytes, to caste them out, and to heale all maner of sycknesses, and al maner of diseases. 2 The names of the .xij. Apostles are these. The fyrst Simon called also Peter: and Andrewe his brother. Iames the sonne of Zebede, and Iohn his brother: 3 Philip and Bartlemew. Thomas and Mathewe the publican. Iames the sonne of Alphe, and Lebbius otherwyse called Taddeus. 4 Symon of Cane, and Iudus Iscarioth which also betrayed hym. 5 These .xij. sent Iesus forth after he had geuen to them commaundement sainge Go not into the wayes that lead to the gentyls, & into the cityes of the Samaritanes enter ye not. 6 But go rather to the lost shepe of the house of Israel. 7 Go and preache sayinge: that the kingdome of heauen is at hande. 8 Heale the sicke, clense the lepers, raise the dead, cast out the deuils. Frely ye haue receyued, frely geue againe. 9 Possesse not golde, nor syluer, nor brasse in your girdles, 10 nor yet scrip towardes your yourney: neither two cotes neyther shues, nor yet a staste. For the worck man is worthye to haue his meate. 11 Into whatsoeuer citye or toune ye shall come enquire who is worthye in it, & there abyde tyl ye go thence 12 And when ye come into an house salute the same. 13 And if the house be worthy, your peace shall come vpon it. But if it be not worthy, your peace shall retourne to you againe. 14 And whosoeuer shall not receiue you, nor wyll heare your preachinge: when ye departe out of that house or that cytye, shake of the duste of your fete. 15 Truly I say vnto you: it shalbe easyer for the lande of Sodoma & Gomorra in the daye of iudgement then for that citie. 16 Beholde I sende you forth as shepe among wolues. Be ye therfore wyse as serpentes, and innocent as doues. 17 Beware of men, for they shall delyuer you vp to the counsels, and shall stourge you in their synagoges. 18 And ye shalbe brought to the head rulers and kinges for my sake, in witnes to them & to the gentyls. 19 But when they deliuer you vp take no thought howe or what ye shall speake, for it shalbe geuen you, euen in that same houre, what ye shal saye. 20 For it is not ye that speake, but the sprete of your father which speaketh in you. 21 The brother shall betraye the brother to death, and the father the sonne. And the children shall aryse againste their fathers & mothers, and shall put them to death: 22 and ye shal be hated of all men for my name. But he that endureth to the ende shalbe saued. 23 When they persecute you in one citye, flye into another. I tell you for a truthe, ye shall not fynishe all the cityes of Israel, tyl the sonne of man become. 24 The discyples is not aboue his master: nor yet the seruaunt aboue his Lorde. 25 It is ynough for the discyple to be as his master is, and that the seruaunt be as hys Lorde is. If they haue called the good man of the house him selfe belzebub: how muche more shal they call them of his housholde so? 26 Fear them not therfore. Therfore is nothinge so close, that shal not be opened, & nothing so hid, that shal not be knowen. 27 What I tell you in darkenes, that speake ye in light. And what ye heare in the eare, that preache ye on the house toppes. 28 And feare ye not them which kil the body, and be not able to kill the soule. But rather feare him, which is able to destroy both soule & body into hell. 29 Are not two sparowes solde for a farthyng? And none of them doth lyght on the grounde, without your father. 30 And now are all that heires of your heades numbred. 31 Feare ye not therfore: ye are of more value then many sparowes. 32 Whosoeuer therfore shall acknowlege me before men, hym will I acknowledge also before my father which is in heauen. 33 But whosoeuer shall deny me before men, hym will I also deny before my father which is in heauen. 34 Thinke not that I am come to sende peace into the earth. I came not to sende peace but a swerd. 35 For I am come to set a man at variaunce agaynst hys father, and the doughter against her mother, and the doughterlaw against her motherlaw: 36 And a mans fooes shall be they of hys owne housholde. 37 He that loueth hys father, or mother more then me, is not mete for me. And he that loueth hys sonne or doughter more then me, is not mete for me. 38 And he that taketh not hys crosse & foloweth me, is not mete for me. 39 He that findeth hys lyfe, shal loose it: and he that looseth hys lyfe for my sake, shall fynde it. 40 He that receyueth you, receyueth me: & he that receyueth me, receiueth him that sent me, 41 He that receyueth a Prophet in the name of a prophet, shall receyue a prophetes reward. And he that receyueth a righteouse man in the name of a righteous man, shal receyue the rewarde of a righteous man. 42 And whosoeuer shall geue vnto one of these lytle ones to drinke, a cuppe of colde water only, in the name of a discypell: I tell you of a truthe, he shall not lose his rewarde.
1 And it came to passe when Iesus had made an ende of commaundinge his .xij. disciples, he departed thence to teache and to preache in their cityes. 2 When Iohn beinge in prison hearde the workes of Christe, he sent two of his discyples 3 and sayd vnto him. Art thou he that shal come: or shall we loke for another. 4 Iesus anuswered and saide vnto them. Go and shewe Ihon what ye haue hearde & sene. 5 The blinde se, the halt go, the lepers are clensed: the deaf heare, the dead ryse againe, and the glade tydinges is preached to the poore. 6 And happye is he that is not offended by me. 7 And as thei departed Iesus began to speake vnto the people of Iohn. What thing went ye out into the wildernes to se? wente ye out to se a rede shaken with the winde? 8 other what wente ye out for to se? A man clothed in soft rayment? Beholde they that weare softe clothed, are in kinges houses. 9 But what went ye out for to se? A prophete. Yea, I say vnto you, and more then a prophete. 10 For this is he of whom it is written. Beholde, I sende my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before the. 11 Verely I say vnto you, amonge the children of women arose ther not a greater then Iohn the Baptist. Notwithstandinge he that is lesse in the kingdome of heauen, is greater then he. 12 From the tyme of Iohn Baptiste hitherto, the kingdome of heauen suffreth violence, and they that go to it with violence plucke it vnto them. 13 For all the prophetes and the lawe prophecyed vnto the tyme of Iohn. 14 And if ye wyll receyue it, this is that Helias which shoulde come. 15 He that hath eares to heare let hym heare. 16 But wherunto shal I lyke this generacion? It is lyke vnto children which syt in the market and call vnto their felowes, 17 and saye we haue pyped vnto you, & ye haue not daunced? We haue morned vnto you, and ye haue not sorowed. 18 For Iohn came neyther eatynge nor drinkinge, and they say, he hath the deuyl. 19 The sonne of man came eatinge and drynking, and they saye, beholde a glutton and drinker of wine, and a frende vnto publicans and synners. Neuerthelater wysdome is iustifyed of her children. 20 Then began he to vpbrayd the cytyes, in which most of his miracles were done, because they mended not. 21 Wo be to the Chorasin. Wo be to the Bethzaida: for if the miracles which were shewed in you, had be done in Tyre and Sidon, they had repented longe agone in sackcloth and ashes. 22 Neuerthelesse I saye to you: it shall be easier for Tyre and Sydon at the daye of iudgement, then for you. 23 And thou Capernaum, which art lyft vp vnto heauen, shall be brought doune to hell. For if the miracles which haue bene done in the, had be shewed in Zodome: they had remayned to this daye. 24 Neuerthelesse I saye vnto you: it shall be easyer for the lande of Zodom in the daye of iudgement, then for the. 25 At that time Iesus aunswered and said: I prayse the, O father Lorde of heauen and earth, because thou hast hid these thinges from the wyse and prudent, and hast opened theim vnto babes: 26 euen so father, for so it pleased the. 27 All thinges are geuen vnto me of my father. And no man knoweth the sonne but the father: neyther knoweth anye man the father, saue the sonne, and he to whom the sonne wyl open hym. 28 Come vnto me all ye that labour and are laden and I wyll ease you. 29 Take my yocke on you and learne of me, for I am meke and lowly in herte: and ye shall fynde reste vnto your soules. 30 For my yocke is easy: and my burden is lyght.
1 In that tyme went Iesus on the Saboth dayes thorowe the corne and his discyples were an hungred, and began to plucke the eares of corne and to eate. 2 When the Phariseis sawe that they sayde vnto him: Beholde, thy discyples do that which is not laufwl to do vpon the saboth daye. 3 He sayde vnto them: Haue ye not read what Dauid dyd, when he was an hungred, and they also whiche were with hym? 4 How he entred into the house of God, & eate the halowed louwes, which were not lawful, for him to eate, neyther for them which were with him but onlye for the priestes. 5 Or haue ye not read in the law, how that the pryestes in the temple breake the saboth day, and yet are blamlesse: 6 But I say vnto you: that here is one greater then the temple. 7 Wherfore if ye had wist what this sayinge meaneth: I require mercye and not sacrifyce: ye would neuer haue condemned innocentes: 8 For the sonne of man is Lorde euen of the saboth day. 9 And he departed thence, and went into their synagoge: 10 and beholde there was a man which had his hande dryed vp. And they axed hym sayinge: is it lawful to heale vpon the saboth dayes? because they myght accuse him. 11 And he sayd vnto them. Which of you wolde it be, if he had a shepe fallen into a pitte on the saboth daye, that woulde not take hym and lyft hym out? 12 And how muche is a man better then a shepe? Wherfore it is lawful to do a good dede on the saboth dayes. 13 Then sayde he to the man: stretch forth thy hande. And he stetched it forth. And it was made whole again lyke vnto the other. 14 Then the pharyseis went out, and held a counsel against him, how they might destroy hym. 15 When Iesus knewe that, he departed thence, and much people folowed hym, and he healed them all, 16 and charged them, that they shoulde not make him knowen: 17 to fulfyll that which was spoken by Esaye the prophete, which sayeth. 18 Beholde my chylde, whom I haue chosen my beloued, in whom my soule delyteth. I wyll put my sprryte on him, and he shall shew iudgement to the gentils. 19 He shall not striue, he shal not cry neither shal any man hear his voice in the stretes, 20 a brosed rede shalnot he breake, & flaxe the beginneth to burne he shal not quenche, tyll he sende forth iudgemen vnto to victory, 21 and in his name shall the gentyls truste. 22 Then was brought to him, one possessed with a deuyll which was both blinde & dombe: and he healed him, insomuch that he which was blinde and dombe, both spake and sawe. 23 And al the people were amased, and sayde: Is not this that sonne of Dauid? 24 But when the Pharyseis hearde that they sayde: This felowe driueth the deuils no nother wyse out but by the helpe of Belzebub the chiefe of the deuils. 25 But Iesus knewe their thoughtes, and sayed to them. Euery Kingdome deuided within it selfe, shall be brought to naught. Neyther shall anye cytye or housholde deuided against it selfe continue. 26 So if sathan cast out sathan, then is he deuided againste him selfe Howe shall then his kingdome endure? 27 Also if I by the helpe of belzabub cast out deuils: by whose helpe do your children caste them out? Therfore they shalbe your iudges. 28 But if I cast out the deuyls by the sprete of God: then is the kingdome of God come on you? 29 Eyther how can a man enter into a strong mans house, and violently take away his goodes: except he first binde the stronge man, and then spoyle his house? 30 He that is not with me, is against me. And he that gathereth not with me, scattereth abrode. 31 Wherfore I saye vnto you, all maner of synne and blasphemy of forgeuen vnto men: but the blasphemy of the sprete, shall not be forgeuen vnto men. 32 And whosoeuer speaketh a worde against the sonne of man, it shall be forgeuen him. But whosoeuer speaketh againste the holye ghost, it shall not be forgeuen him: no, neyther in this worlde, neyther in the worlde to come. 33 Either make the tree good, and his frute good also: or els make the tree euyll, and hys frute euyll also. For the tree is knowen by his frute. 34 O generation of vipers, how can ye say well, when ye your selues are euil? For of the aboundaunce of the herte, the mouth speaketh. 35 A good man out of the good treasure of hys herte, bringeth forth good thinges. And an euill man out of his euill treasure, bringeth forth euil thinges. 36 But I say vnto you, that of euery idell worde that men shall haue spoken: they shall geue a countes at the daye of iudgement. 37 For thy wordes thou shalt be iustified: & by thy wordes thou shalt be condemned. 38 Then aunswered certaine of the scrybes and of the Phariseis sayinge. Master, we woulde fayne se a sygne of the. 39 He aunswered and said to them: The euyll and aduouterous generation seketh a sygne, but there shal no sygne be geuen to them, saue the signe of the prophete Ionas. 40 For as Ionas was thre dayes and thre nyghtes in the whales bellye: so shall the sonne of man be thre dayes and thre nyghtes in the herte of the earth. 41 The men of Niniuye shall ryse at the daye of iudgement with this nacion, and condemne them: for thei amended at the preaching of Ionas: And beholde, a greater then Ionas is here. 42 The quene of the south shall ryse at the daye of iudgement with this generacion, and shall condemne theim: for she came from the vttermost parties of the worlde to hear the wysdome of Salomon. And beholde a greater then Salomon is here. 43 When the vncleane spirite is gone out of a man he walketh through out dry places, se kinge rest and fyndeth none. 44 Then he sayth: I wyll retourne againe into my house, from whence I came out. And when he is come, he fyndeth the house empty and swepte and garnished. 45 Then he goeth his way and taketh vnto him seuen other spirites worsse then hym selfe, and so enter they in and dwell there. And the ende of that man is worsse then the beginning. Euen so shall it be with this euill nacion. 46 Whyle he yet talked to the people: beholde his mother and his brethren stode without, desyrynge to speake with hym. 47 Then one sayd vnto: beholde thy mother and brethren stande without, desyrynge to speake with the. 48 He aunswered and sayd to hym that tolde him: Who is my mother? Who are my brethren? 49 And he stretched forth his hande ouer his disciples, and sayd: beholde my mother & my brethren. 50 For whosoeuer doth my fathers wyll which is in heauen, the same is my brother, syster and mother.
1 The same daye wente Iesus out of the house, and sate by the sea syde, 2 and much people resorted vnto hym, so greatly that he went and sate in a shyppe, and all the people stode on the shore. 3 And he spake many thinges to them in symilitudes, saying, beholde, the sower went forth to sowe. 4 And as he sowed, some fel by the wayes syde, and the foules came and deuoured it vp. 5 Some fell vpon stonye grounde where it hadde not muche earth: and anon it sprong vp, because it had no depth of earth: 6 & when the sunne was vp, it caughte heate, and for lacke of rotynge wyddred awaye. 7 Some fel among thornes, & the thornes sprong vp and chooked it. 8 Parte fell in good grounde, and brought forth good frute: some an hundred fold, some sixtie folde, some thyrty folde. 9 Whosoeuer hath eares to heare let hym heare. 10 And the disciples came and sayde to hym: Why speakest thou to them in parables? 11 He aunswered and sayde vnto theym: it is geuen vnto you to know the secretes of the kyngdom of heauen, but to them it is not geuen 12 For whosoeuer hath to hym shalbe geuen, and he shall haue aboundaunce. But whosoeuer hath not: from hym shalbe taken awaye euen that he hath. 13 Therfore speake I to them in similitudes: for though they se, they se not: and hearyng they heare not: neyther vnderstand. 14 And in them is fulfilled the Prophesye of Esayas, whych prophesie sayth: with the eares ye shal heare, and shal not vnderstande, and with the eyes ye shal se, and shall not perceyue. 15 For this people hertes are waxed grosse, and their eares were dull of hearynge, and their eyes haue they closed, lest they should se with their eyes, and heare with their eares, and shoulde vnderstand with their hertes, & should tourne that I myght heale them. 16 But blessed are your eyes, for they se: and your eares, for thei heare. 17 Verely I say vnto you, that many Prophetes and perfecte men haue desired to se the thinges whyche ye se, & haue not sene theim: and to heare the thynges which ye heare, and haue not heard them. 18 Heare ye therfore the similitude of the sower. 19 Whosoeuer heareth the word of the kyngedome and vnderstandeth it not, there cometh the euill man, and catcheth awaye that which was sowen in hys hert, and this is he whiche was sowen by the way side. 20 But he that was sowen in the stony grounde, is he which heareth the worde of God, and anone with ioye receyueth it, 21 yet hath he no rootes in hym selfe, and therefore dureth but a season. For assone as tribulation or persecucion ariseth because of the word, by and by he falleth. 22 He that was sowen among thornes, is he that heareth the worde of God: but the care of thys world, and the disceythfulnes of ryches choke the word, & so is he made vnfruteful. 23 But he whiche is sowen in the good ground, is he that heareth the worde and vnderstandeth it, whiche also beareth frute and bryngeth forth, some an .C. folde, some sixtye folde, and some .xxx. folde. 24 Another similitude put he forth vnto them saying: The kyngedom of heauen is lyke vnto a man whiche sowed good seede in hys felde. 25 But whyle men slept there came hys foo and sowed tares amonge the wheate, and went hys waye. 26 When the blade was spronge vp, and had brought forth frute, then apeared the tares also. 27 The seruauntes came to the housholder, and sayde vnto hym: Sir sowedest not thou good seede in thy close? From whence then hath it tared? 28 He sayed to them: The enuious man hath done this. Then the seruauntes sayde vnto hym. Wilt thou then that we go and gadder them? 29 But he sayde, nay, lest whyle ye go about to wede oute the tares, ye plucke vp also wyth them the wheat by the rotes. 30 Let both growe together tyl haruest come, & in tyme of haruest, I wyl saye to the reapers, gather ye fyrst the tares, & bynde theym in shewes too be brent: but gather the wheate into my barne. 31 Another parable he put forth vnto them saying: The kyngdom of heauen is lyke vnto a grayne of mustard seede, whiche a man taketh and soweth in hys felde, 32 whych is the leest of all seedes. But when it is growen it is the greatest among herbes, & it groweth vp into a tree: so that the byrdes of the ayre come and buylde in the braunches of it. 33 Another similitude sayde he to them. The kyngdom of heauen is lyke vnto leuen, which a woman taketh and hydeth in .iij. peckes of mele, tyll all be leuended. 34 All these thynges spake Iesus vnto the people by similitudes, and withoute similitudes spake he nothyng to them, 35 to fulfil that which was spoken by the Prophet saying: I wil open my mouth in similitudes, & will speake forth thynges whych haue ben kept secrete from the begynnyng of the world. 36 Then sente Iesus the people awaye, & came home. And hys disciples came vnto him sayinge: declare vnto vs the similitude of the tares of the felde. 37 Then aunswered he & sayed to them. He that soweth the good seede, is the sonne of man. 38 And the fielde is the worlde. And the chyldren of the kyngdom, they are the good seede. And the tares are the chyldren of the wycked. 39 And the enemy that soweth them is the deuell. The Haruest is the ende of the worlde. And the reapers be the Aungels. 40 For euen as the tares are gaddred and brent in the fyre: so shall it be in the ende of thys worlde. 41 The sonne of man shall sende forth hys Aungels, and they shall gather out of hys kyngedom all thynges that offende, and them whych do iniquity, 42 and shall caste theim into a fournayce of fyre. There shalbe waylyng & gnasshyng of teth. 43 Then shall the iuste men shyne as bryght as the sunne in the kyngdom of theyr father. Whosoeuer hath eares to heare let hym heare. 44 Agayne the kyngdome of heauen is lyke vnto treasure, hidde in the fielde, the whiche a man fyndeth and hyddeth: and for ioye therof goeth and selleth all that he hathe, and byeth that felde. 45 Agayne the kyngedome of heauen is lyke vnto a marchaunt that seketh good pearles, 46 whyche when he had founde one precious pearle, went and solde all that he hadde, and bought it. 47 Agayne the kyngedome of heauen is lyke vuto a nette cast into the sea, that gathered of all kyndes of fyshes: 48 whiche when it is full, men drow to lande, and sitte and gadre the good int vessels, and cast the bad awaye. 49 So shall it be at the ende of the worlde. The aungels shall come out, and seuer the bad from the good, 50 and shall caste them into a furnayce of the fyre: there shalbe waylyng and gnashyng of teth. 51 Iesus sayd vnto them: vnderstande ye al these thynges? They sayde, ye Lord. 52 Then sayd he vnto them. Therfore euery Scribe which is taught vnto the kyngdome of heauen is lyke an housholder, whiche bringeth forth, out of his treasur, thinges both new & old. 53 And it came to passe when Iesus had finished these similitudes, that he departed thence 54 and came into hys owne countrey, and taught them in theyr sinagoges, in so much that they were astonyed and sayde: whence cometh all thys wysdome and power vnto hym? 55 Is not thys the carpenters sonne? Is not his mother called Mary? and hys brethren be called Iames and Ioses and Simon and Iudas? 56 And are not hys sisters all here with vs? Whence hath he all these thinges. 57 And they were offended by hym. Then Iesus saide to them a Prophet is not without honor saue in his own countrey, & among his own kynne. 58 And he did not make miracles there, for their vnbeleues sake.
1 At that tyme Herode the Tetrarcha heard of the fame of Iesu, 2 & sayd vnto his seruantes. This is Ihon Baptiste. He is rysen agayne from death, and therefore are suche miracles wrought by hym. 3 For Herode had taken Ihon and bounde hym, & put hym in pryson for Herodias sake hys brother Philips wyfe. 4 For Ihon sayd vnto him. It is not lawfull for the to haue her. 5 And when he would haue put him to deth, he feared the people, because they counted hym as a Prophet. 6 But when Herodes byrth daie was come, the daughter of Heeodias daunsed before them and pleased Herode. 7 Wherefore he promysed with an othe, that he woulde geue her whatsoeuer she woulde axe. 8 And she beynge informed of her mother before sayd: geue me here Ihon Baptistes head in a platter. 9 And the king sorowed. Neuertheles for hys othe sake, & for theyr sakes that satte at also at the table, he commaunded it to be geuen her: 10 and sent & beheaded Ihon in the pryson, 11 and hys headde was brought in a platter and geuen to the damsel, and she brought it to her mother. 12 And hys disciples came and toke vp the body, and buried it: and went and tolde Iesus. 13 When Iesus heard that, he departed thence by shypp into a deserte place out of the waye. And when the people had hearde therof, they folowed him a fote out of theyr cities. 14 And Iesus went forth and sawe muche people, & hys herte did melte vpon them, & he healed of theim those that were sicke. 15 When euen was come, hys disciples came to hym saying: Thys is a desert place, and the daye is spent: let the people departe, that thei may go in to the townes & bye them vitayles. 16 But Iesus sayde vnto them. They haue no nead to go away, Geue ye them to eate. 17 Then sayde they vnto hym: we haue here but .v. loues & .ij. fishes. 18 And he sayed brig them hither to me. 19 And he commaunded the people to sit doune on the grasse: and toke the .v. loues and the .ij. fishes, and loked vp to heauen, and blessed, and brake and gaue the loues to his disciples, & the disciples gaue them to the people. 20 And they did all eate, & were suffised. And they gathered vp the gobbets that remayned .xij. basketsful. 21 And they that eate, were in numbre about .v.M. men beside women and chyldren. 22 And strayght way Iesus made hys disciples into a ship, & to go ouer before him while he sent the people away. 23 And assone as he had sent the people away, he went vp into a mountayn alone to pray, & when night was come, he was there him self alone. 24 And the ship was now in the middest of the sea, & was toste wt waues, for it was a contrary wynde. 25 In the .iiij. watch of the night. Iesus came vnto them walking on the sea. 26 And when his disciples sawe him walkinge on the sea, they were troubled, saying: it is some spirite, & cried out for feare. 27 And straight way Iesus spake vnto them saing be of good cheare, it is I, be not afrayed. 28 Peter aunswered him & saied: master: if thou be he, bid me come vnto the on the water. 29 And he saide come. And when Peter was come doun out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Iesus. 30 But when he saw a mighty wynd, he was afrayed. And as he began to synke, he cried saying: master, saue me. 31 And immediatly Iesus stretched forth his hande & caught him, & sayed to him. O thou litle fayth wherfore diddest thou doubt? 32 And assone as they were come into the ship, the wind ceased. 33 Then they that were in the ship came & worshipped him sayng: of a truth thou art the sonne of God. 34 And when thei were come ouer, they went into the land of Genesareth. 35 And when the men of the place had knowlege of him, they sent out into all the country rounde about, & brought vnto him al that were sicke, 36 & besoughte him, that thei migh touche the hemme of his vesture only, & as many as touched it were made safe.
1 Then came to Iesus Scribes and Phariseis from Hierusalem, sayinge: 2 why do thy disciples transgresse the tradicions of the elders? for thei washe not their handes when they eate bread. 3 He aunswered sayd vnto them: why do ye also transgresse the commaundement of God thorow your tradicions? 4 For God commaunded saying: honoure thy father and mother, and he that curseth father or mother shall suffre death. 5 But ye saye, euery man shal say to hys father or mother: that which thou desirest of me to helpe the with: is geuen to God, 6 and so shall he not honour hys father or mother. And thus haue ye made, that the commaundement of God is without effecte, thorow your tradicions. 7 Hypocrites, well prophecied of you Esaias sayinge: 8 Thys people draweth nye vnto me with their mouthes, & honoureth me with their lippes, howe be it their hertes are farre from me: 9 but in vayne they worshippe me teaching doctrines, which are nothyng but mens preceptes. 10 And he called the people vnto hym, & sayd to them, heare and vnderstande. 11 That whych goeth into the mouth, defileth not the man: but that whych commeth out of the mouthe, defileth the man. 12 Then came hys disciples, and sayde vnto hym: Perceyuest thou not, how that the Phariseis are offended in hearing thys saying? 13 He aunswered and sayd: al plantes whiche my heauenly father hath not planted, shalbe plucked vp by the rootes. 14 Let them alone, thei be the blynde leaders of the blynd. If the blynd leede the blynde, both shall fall into the dytche. 15 Then aunswered Peter and sayd to hym: declare vnto vs thys parable. 16 Then sayde Iesus are ye yet without vnderstandyng? 17 Perceyue ye not that whatsoeuer goeth in at the mouth, descendeth doune into the bealy, and is cast out into the draught? 18 But those thynges, whiche procede out of the mouthe, come from the hert and they defyle the man. 19 For out of the hert come euil thoughtes, murther, breakyng of wedlocke, whoredom, thefte, false, witnes bearing, blasphemye. 20 These are the thynges which defyle a man. But to eate wt vnwashen handes, defileth not a man. 21 And Iesus went thence, and departed into the costes of Tyre and Sidon 22 And beholde a woman whych was a Cananite came out of the same costes, and cryed vnto hym sayinge: haue mercy on me Lord the sonne of Dauid, my doughter is piteously vexed with a deuel. 23 And he gaue her neuer a woorde to aunswer. Then came to hym hys disciples, & besoughte hym saying: sende her away, for she foloweth vs criyng. 24 He aunswered, and saide: I am not sent, but vnto the lost shepe of the house of Israel. 25 Then she came and worshipped him saiyng master helpe me. 26 He aunswered & sayde: It is not good, to take thy chyldrens bread, & to cast it to dogges. 27 She aunswered & said: truth Lord, neuerthelesse the whelpes eate of the crommes, whiche fall from their masters table. 28 Then Iesus aunswered and sayd vnto her: O woman, great is thy fayth, be it to the euen as thou desirest. And her doughter was made whole, euen at that same houre. 29 Then Iesus went awaye from thence, and came vnto the sea of Galile, and went vp into a mountaine, and sate doune there. 30 And much people came vnto him, hauynge with them, halt, blynd, domme, maymed, and other many: and cast them doune at Iesus fete. And he healed them, 31 in so muche that the people wondred to se the domme speake, the maymed whole, the halt to go, and the blynde to se, And they glorified the God of Israel. 32 Then Iesus called hys disciples to hym & sayd I haue compassion on the people, because they haue continued with me now .iij. dayes & haue nought to eate, and I wil not let them departe fasting, lest they perish in the waie. 33 And his disciples sayd vnto hym, whence shoulde we get so muche breadde in the wildernes, as should suffice so great a multitude? 34 And Iesus sayde vnto them: How many loues haue ye? And they sayde: seuen, and a fewe litle fishes. 35 And he commaunded the people to sit doune on the grounde: 36 and toke the seuen loues and the fishes, and gaue thankes, and brake them and gaue to hys disciples, & the disciples gaue them to the people. 37 And they dyd all eate and were suffised. And they toke vp of the broken meate that was lefte .vij. baskettes full. 38 And yet thei that eate were .iiij.M. men, beside women and chyldren. 39 And he sent away the people & toke ship & came into the parties of Magdala.
1 Then came the Phariseis and Saduceis, and dyd tempte hym, desiring hym to shew them some signe from heauen. 2 He aunswered and saide vnto them. At euen ye saye, we shall haue fayre wedder, and that because the skye is reed: 3 and in the mornynge ye saye: to daye shalbe foule wedder, & that because the skie is cloudy and redde. O ye hypocrites ye can discerne the fashion of the skie and can ye not discerne the signes of the times 4 The froward nacion and aduouterous seketh a signe: and there shal no nother signe be geuen vnto them, but the signe of the prophet Ionas So lefte he them, and departed. 5 And when his disciples were come to the otherside of the water, they had forgotten too take bread with them. 6 Then Iesus sayd vnto them: Take hede and beware of the leuen of the Phariseis and of the Saduces. 7 And thei thoughte in theim selues sayinge: because we haue brought no breade wyth vs. 8 When Iesus vnderstode that, he sayd vnto them? O ye of litle fayth, why are your myndes cumbred because ye haue brought no bread? 9 Do ye not yet perceyue, neither remember those fyue loues when there were .v.M. men, & how many baskettes toke ye vp: 10 Neyther the seuen loues when there were .iiij. thousand, and how many baskettes toke ye vp? 11 Why perceyue ye not then, that I spake not vnto you of bread, when I sayde: beware of the leuen of the Pharises and of the Saduces. 12 Then vnderstode they, howe that he had not them beware of the leuen of breade: but of the doctrine of the Phariseis and of the Saduces. 13 When Iesus came into the costes of the citie whych is called Cesarea Philippi, he axed his disciples sayinge: whome do men saye that I the sonne of man am? 14 They sayde: some saye that thou arte Ihon Baptist, some Helyas, som Ieremias, or one of the Prophetes. 15 He sayde vnto them: but whome saye ye that I am? 16 Simon Peter aunswered and sayde: Thou arte Christ the sonne of the liuynge God. 17 And Iesus aunswered and sayde to hym: happy arte thou Symon the sonne of Ionas, for fleshe & bloude hath not opened vnto the that, but my father which is in heauen. 18 And I saye also vnto the that thou arte Peeter: and vpon thys rocke I wil buylde my congregacion. And the gates of hell shall not preuayle against it. 19 And I wil geue vnto the, the keyes of the kyngdome of heauen, and whatsoeuer thou bindest vpon earth shalbe bounde in heauen, and whatsoeuer thon lowsest on earth shalbe lowsed in heauen. 20 Then he charged hys disciples, that they should tell no man, that he was Iesus Christ. 21 From that time forth Iesus beganne to shew vnto hys disciples, how that he must go vnto Ierusalem, and suffer many thinges of the elders, and of the hygh priestes, and of the scribes, and must be kylled: and ryse agayne the thyrde daye. 22 But Peter toke hym asyde, and beganne to rebuke hym saying: master fauer thy selfe: thys shall not come vnto the. 23 Then tourned he about and sayd vnto Peeter: come after me Sathan, thou offendest me, because thou sauorest not godly thynges, but worldly thynges. 24 Iesus then sayde to hys disciples. If anye man will folow me, let hym forsake hym selfe, and take vp hys crosse and folowe me. 25 For whosoeuer will saue hys lyfe, shall loose it. And whosoeuer shall loose hys lyfe for my sake shall finde it. 26 What shall it proffet a man though he shoulde wynne al the whole world if he loose hys awne soule? Or els what shall a man geue to redeme his soule agayne withall? 27 For the sonne of man shall come in the glorye of hys father, wyth hys aungels: & then shall he rewarde euery man accordyng to his dedes. 28 Verely I saye vnto you, some there be among them that here stande, whiche shall not taste of death, till they shall haue sene the sonne of man come in hys kyngdom.
1 And after .vi. dayes Iesus toke Peter and Iames and Ihon his brother, and broughte them vp into an hygh mountayne oute of the waye, 2 and was transfigured before them, and his face did shyne as the sunne and hys clothes were as whyte as the light: 3 & behold there appeared vnto theim Moyses & Helyas, talkyng with hym. 4 Then aunswered Peter and sayd to Iesus: master here is good beyng for vs. If thou wilt, let vs make here thre tabernacles, one for the, & one for Moses, and one for Helyas. 5 Whyle he yet speake, beholde a bryght cloude shadowed theim. And beholde there came a voyce out of the cloude, sayinge: this is my deare sonne, in whome I delite heare hym. 6 And when the disciples hearde that, they fell on theyr faces and were soore afrayed. 7 And Iesus came and touched them, and saide: arise and be not afrayed. 8 And when they loked vp, they sawe no man saue Iesus onely. 9 And as they came doune from the mountayne, Iesus charged them sayinge: se that ye shewe the vision to noman, vntyll the sonne of man be rysen agayne from death. 10 And hys disciples axed of hym saying: Why then say the Scribes, that Helyas must first come? 11 Iesus aunswered and sayde vnto them Helias shall first come and restore all thynges. 12 And I say vnto you that Helyas is come already, and they knewe hym not: but haue done vnto hym whatsoeuer they lusted. In lykewise shal also the sonne of man suffer of them. 13 Then the disciples perceiued that he spake vnto them of Ihon Baptist. 14 And when they were come to the people, there came to hym a certayne man, and kneled doune to hym, and sayde: 15 Master haue mercy on my sonne for he is francticke, and is sore vexed. For ofte tymes he falleth into the fire: and ofte into the water. 16 And I broughte hym to thy disciples, and thei could not heale him. 17 Iesus aunswered and sayde: O generation faythles and croked: howe longe shall I be wt you? how longe shal I suffre you? bryng him hydder to me. 18 And Iesus rebuked the deuel, & he came out of hym. And the chylde was healed euen that same houre. 19 Then came the disciples to Iesus secretly and sayd: Why coulde not we cast hym out? 20 Iesus sayd vnto them: Because of your vnbelefe. For I saye verely vnto you: if ye hadde faith as a grayn of a mustard seede, ye should say vnto thys mountayne, remoue hence too yonder place, and it shoulde remoue, neyther shoulde any thyng be impossible for you too do. 21 Howe be it this kynde goeth not out, but by prayer and fastynge. 22 As they passed the tyme in Galile, Iesus sayde vnto them: the sonne of man shalbe betrayed into the handes of men, 23 and they shall kyll hym, and the thyrde daye he shall ryse agayne. And they sorowed greatly. 24 And when they were come to Capernaum they that were wont to gadre poll money, came to Peter and sayde: Doeth your master paye tribute? 25 He sayd: yea. And when he was come into the house. Iesus spake fyrst to him, sayinge: What thinkest thou Simon? of whom do the kynges of the earth take tribute or pol money? of their chyldren, or of straungers? 26 Peter sayde vnto hym: of straungers. Then sayde Iesus vnto hym agayne: Then are the chyldren fre. 27 Neuerthelesse, lest we should offende them: go to the sea and caste in thyne angel, and take the fish that first cometh vp: & when thou hast opened hys mouth, thou shalt fynde a pece of twenty pence: that take and paye for me and the.
1 The same tyme the disciples came vnto Iesus sayinge: who is the greatest in the kyngdom of heauen 2 Iesus called a chylde vnto hym, and set hym in the middes of them: 3 and sayde. Verely I saye vnto you: excepte ye tourne, and become as chyldren, ye cannot enter into the kyngedome of heauen. 4 Who soeuer therfore humble hym selfe as thys chylde, the same is the greatest in the kyngedom of heauen. 5 And whosoeuer receyueth suche a chylde in my name, receyueth me. 6 But whosoeuer offende one of these litelone, whych beleue in me: it were better for hym, that a milstone were hanged about his necke, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. 7 Wo be vnto the worlde because of offences. Howe be it, it cannot be auoyded but that offences shall be geuen. Neuerthelesse woo be to the man, by whome the offence cometh. 8 Wherfore if thy hande or thy fote offende the, cut hym of and cast hym from the. It is better for the to enter into lyfe halte or maymed, rather then thou shouldest hauinge two handes or two fete, be cast into euerlastynge fyre. 9 And if also thyne eye offende the, plucke hym out and cast hym from the. It is better for the to entre into lyfe with one eye, then hauyng two eyes to be cast into hell fyre. 10 Se that ye not dispise not one of these litelones. For I saye vnto you, that in heauen their aungels alwaies behold the face of my father which is in heauen. 11 Yea, and the sonne of man is come to saue that whych is lost. 12 Howe thynke ye? If a man haue an hundred shepe, & one of them be gone astray, doth he not leaue nynty and nyne in the mountaynes, and go & seke that one whych is gone astraye. 13 If it happen that he fynde him, verely I say vnto you: he reioyseth more of that shepe, then of the nyntye and nyne, which went not astray. 14 Euen so it is not the wil of your father in heauen, that one of these litelons shoulde perish. 15 Moreouer, if thy brother trespase agaynst the, Go and tell hym hys fault betwene hym and the alone. If he heare the, thou hast wonne thy brother. 16 But if he heare the not, then take yet with the one or two, that in the mouthe of two or thre witnesses, all thynges may be stablished. 17 If he heare not them, tell it vnto the congregacion. If he heare not the congregacion, take hym as a Heathen man, & as a publican. 18 Verely I saye vnto you, whatsoeuer ye bynde on earth, shalbe bounde in heauen. And whatsoeuer ye lowse on erth, shalbe lowsed in heauen. 19 Agayne I say vnto you, that if two of you shall agre in earth vpon any maner thyng whatsoeuer they shall desire: it shalbe geuen them of my father whyche is in heauen. 20 For where two or thre are gathered together in my name, there am I in the middes of them. 21 Then came Peter to hym, & sayde: master howe ofte shall I forgeue my brother, if he synne agaynst me, seuen tymes? 22 Iesus sayde vnto hym: I say not vnto the seuen times: but seuenty times seuen tymes. 23 Therefore is the kyngedom of heauen lykened vnto a certayne kyng, whithe woulde take a countes of hys seruauntes. 24 And when he had begon to recken: one was broughte vnto hym: which ought hym ten thousand talentes, 25 whome because he had noughte to paye, hys master commaunded him to be solde, and his wyfe, and hys chyldren, and all that he had, & payment to be made. 26 The seruaunt fel doune and besought hym sayinge: Syr geue me respyte, and I will paye it euery whyt. 27 Then had the Lord pitye on that seruaunt, & lowsed him and forgaue hym the dette. 28 And the sayd seruaunt went out & found one of hys felowes, which ought him an hundred pence, & layed handes on him, & toke hym by the throote sayinge: paye me that thou owest. 29 And hys felowe fell doune & besoughte hym, saying: haue pacience with me, and I wil pay the all. 30 But he woulde not, but wente and cast hym into pryson till he shoulde pay the det. 31 When hys other felowes sawe what was done, they were very sory, and came and told vnto theyr Lord all that had happened. 32 Then his Lorde called hym, and sayde vnto hym. O euill seruaunt I forgaue the al that det, because thou praiest me: 33 was it not mete also that thou shouldest haue had compassion on thy felow, euen as I had pitie on the? 34 And his lord was wroth and deliuered him to the iaylers, til he should paye all that was due to hym. 35 So likewyse shal my heauenly father do vnto you except ye forgeue with your hertes, eache one to hys brother theyr trespasses.