Hebrews: Chapter 04

The Epistle of S. Paul To the Hebrues. The .iiij. Chapter.
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4:01 LEt vs feare therfore lest eny of vs forsakynge the promes of entrynge īto his rest/ shulde seme to come behīde. LEt vs feare therfore lest eny of vs forsakynge the promes of entrynge into his rest/ shulde seme to come behinde. LEt vs feare therfore lest eny of vs forsakynge the promes of entrynge into his rest/ shulde seme to come behynde. LEt vs feare therfore, lest eny of vs forsakynge the promes of entrynge in to his rest, shulde seme to come behinde:
4:02 For vnto vs was it declared/ as wele as vnto them. But hit proffited not thē that they herde the worde/ be cause they which herde it coupled it not with fayth. For vnto vs was it declared/ as well as vnto them. But it proffited not them that they hearde the worde/ because they which hearde it/ coupled it not with fayth. For vnto vs was it declared/ as well as vnto them. But it proffited not them that they hearde the worde/ because they which hearde it/ coupled it not with fayth. for it is declared vnto vs as well as vnto thē. But the worde of preachinge helped not thē, whā they that herde it, beleued it not.
4:03 we which have beleved/ do enter īto his rest/ as cōtrary wyse he sayde to the wother: as I have sworne ī my wrath/ they shall not enter into my rest. and that spake he verely longe after that the workes were made/ from the fundacion off the worlde layde. But we which have beleved/ do enter into his rest/ as contrary wyse he sayde to the other: I have sworne in my wrath/ they shall not enter into my rest. And that spake he verely longe after that the workes were made & the foūdaciō of ye worlde layde. But we which haue beleved/ do enter into his rest/ as contrary wyse he sayde to the other: I haue sworne in my wrath/ they shall not enter into my rest. And that spake he verely longe after that the workes were made and the foundacion of the worlde layde. (For we which haue beleued, enter in to his rest) acordynge as he sayde: Euen as I haue sworne in my wrath, They shal not enter in to my rest. And that (spake he) verely lōge after that the workes frō the begynnynge of the worlde were made:
4:04 For he spake in a certayne place of the sevēth daye/ on this wyse: And good did rest the seventh daye from all his workſ. For he spake in a certayne place of ye sevēth daye/ on this wyse: And god did rest ye seventh daye frō all his workſ. For he spake in a certayne place of the seuenth daye/ on this wyse: And God dyd rest the seuenth daye from all his workes. For he spake in a certayne place of the seuēth daye, on this wyse: And God rested on the seuenth daye from all his workes.
4:05 And ī this place agayne: They shall not come into my rest. And in this place agayne: They shall not come into my rest. And in this place agayne: They shall not come into my rest. And in this place agayne: They shal not come in to my rest.
4:06 Seynge therfore it foloweth that some muste enter there īto/ ād they to whom it was fyrst preached/ entred not therī for vnbeleves sake. Seynge therfore it foloweth that some muste enter therinto/ & they to whō it was fyrst preached/ entred not therin for vnbeleves sake. Seynge therfore it foloweth that some muste enter therinto/ and they to whom it was fyrst preached/ entred not therin for vnbeleues sake. Seynge it foloweth thē, that some must enter there in to: and they, to whom it was first preached, entred not therin for vnbeleues sake,
4:07 Agayne he apoynteth in David a certayne presēt daye after so longe a tyme/ sayinge as it is rehearsed: this daye if ye heare his voyce/ be not harde herted. Agayne he apoynteth in David a certayne present daye after so longe a tyme/ sayinge as it is rehearsed: this daye if ye heare his voyce/ be not harde herted. Agayne he apoynteth in Dauid a certayne present daye after so longe a tyme/ sayinge as it is rehearsed: this daye yf ye heare his voyce/ be not hard herted. therfore appoynteth he a daye agayne after so longe tyme, and sayeth: Todaye (as it is rehearsed by Dauid) Todaye yf ye shal heare his voyce, then harden not youre hertes.
4:08 For if Iosue had gevē thē rest/ thē wolde he not afterwarde have spokē of another daye. For if Iosue had geven them rest/ then wolde he not afterwarde have spokē of another daye. For yf Iosue had geuen them rest/ then wolde he not afterwarde haue spokē of another daye. For yf Iosua had geuen them rest, thē wolde he not afterwarde haue spoken, of another daye.
4:09 There remayneth therfore yet a rest vnto the people of god. There remayneth therfore yet a rest to ye people of God. Ther remayneth therfore yet a rest to the people of god. Therfore remayneth there yet a rest vnto the people of God.
4:10 For he that is entred īto his rest doth cease from his awne workes/ as god did from his For he yt is is entred into his rest doth cease from his awne workes/ as god did from his. For he that is entred into his rest/ doth cease frō his awne workes as God dyd from his. For he that is entred in to his rest, ceasseth from his workes, as God doth from his
4:11 Let vs study therfore to entre īto that rest/ lest eny man faule into soche an ensample off vnbelefe: Let vs study therfore to entre into that rest/ lest eny man faule after the same ensample/ in to vnbelefe. Let vs study therfore to entre in to that rest/ lest eny man faule after the same ensample/ in to vnbelefe. Let vs make haist therfore to enter in to that rest, lest eny man fall after the same ensample of vnbeleue.
4:12 for the worde off god is quycke/ ād myghty ī operacion/ and sharper then eny two edged swearde: and entreth through/ even vnto the dividynge a sonder of the soule and the sprete and of the ioyntes/ and the mary: and iudgeth the thoughtes ād the intentſ off the herte. For the worde of god is quycke/ and myghty in operacion/ and sharper then eny two edged swearde: and entreth through/ even vnto the dividynge a sonder of the soule and the sprete/ and of the ioyntes and the mary: and iudgeth the thoughtes and the intentes of the herte: For the worde of God is quycke/ & mighty in operacion/ and sharper then eny two edge swearde: & entreth through/ euē vnto the diuidinge a sonder of the soule & the sprete/ & of the ioyntes & the mary: & iudgeth the thoughtes & the intentes of the herte: For ye worde of God is quycke, and mightie in operacion, and sharper thē eny two edged swerde, and entreth thorow, euen to the deuydinge of the soule & the sprete, and of ye ioyntes & the mary, and is a iudger of the thoughtes & intētes of the hert,
4:13 Nether is there eny creature invisible in the sight off hit: but all thyngſ are naked and bare vnto the eyes off hym/ off whom we speake. nether is there eny creature invisible in the sight of it. For all thynges are naked and bare vnto the eyes of him/ of whō we speake. nether is ther eny creature inuisible in the sight of it. For all thinges are naked and bare vnto the eyes of him/ of whom we speake. nether is there eny creature invisible in ye sighte of him. But all thinges are naked & bare vnto ye eyes of hī of whō we speake.
4:14 SEynge then thatt we have a grett hye prest whych hath entred heven (I mean Iesus the sonne off God) lett vs kepe oure profession. SEynge then that we have a great hye prest whych is entred into heven (I meane Iesus the sonne of God) let vs holde oure profession. SEynge then that we haue a great hye prest which is entred into heauen (I meane Iesus the sonne of God) let vs holde oure profession. SEynge then that we haue a greate hye prest, euē Iesus ye sonne of God, which is entred in to heauen, let vs holde oure profession.
4:15 For we have nott an hye prest/ whych cannot have cōpassiō on oure infirmities: butt was in all poyntes tempted/ in lyke manner: but yett with out synne. For we have not an hye prest/ which can not have compassion on oure infirmities: but was in all poyntes tempted/ lyke as we are: but yet with out synne. For we haue not an hye prest/ which can not haue cōpassion on oure infyrmities: but was in all poyntes tēpted/ lyke as we are: but yet without synne. For we haue not an hye prest which cā not haue cōpassion on or infirmities, but was in all poyntes tēpted, like as we are, but without synne.
4:16 Let vs therfore goo boldely vnto the seate of grace/ that we maye receave mercy/ and fynde grace to helpe in tyme of nede. Let vs therfore goo boldely vnto the seate of grace/ that we maye receave mercy/ and fynde grace to helpe in tyme of nede. Let vs therfore go boldely vnto the seate of grace/ that we maye receaue mercy/ and finde grace to helpe in tyme of nede. Let vs therfore go boldely vnto the seate of grace that we maye receaue mercy, and fynde grace to helpe in the tyme of nede.

 

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