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Bible Reading & Study

Modern Reader’s Middle English Bible of the 1530’s. This reader’s edition combines William Tyndale’s New Testament of 1534, Tyndale’s Pentateuch of 1530, and Matthew’s Bible of 1537. Matthew’s Bible was edited by John Rogers, also a martyr during the time of Tyndale. Both Rogers and Coverdale were involved somewhat in helping Tyndale with his publications. About a year after Tyndale’s martyrdom Rogers combines Tyndale’s published translations and for the remainder of the Bible he uses Myles Coverdale’s Bible. These early 1500’s translations of scripture are such a great treasure that more people ought to be reading them. This modern reader’s edition is edited with standardized spelling and some obsolete terms updated in order to make it easier for a modern reader.

Hebrew — Biblical Languages Guide

Short Stories

The Ruby Vessel — Another name for the heart.

Music Video

Thankful — Old Gospel Song

At the last, I came to this point that I thought, O why art thou so foolish? the right hand of the Most Highest can change all. (from Ps. 77)