Tyndale New Testament
1Paul an apostle of Iesu Christ, by the will of God. To the saints at Ephesus, and to them which believe on Iesus Christ. 2Grace be with you and peace from God our father, and from the Lord Iesus Christ.
3Blessed be God the father of our Lord Iesus Christ, which hath blessed us with all manner of spiritual blessings in heavenly things by Christ, 4according as he had chosen us in him throwe love, before the foundation of the world was laid, that we should be saints, and without blame in his sight. 5And ordained us before unto him self that we should be chosen to heirs throwe Iesus Christ, according to the pleasure of his will, 6to the praise of his glorious grace, where with he hath made us accepted in the beloved. 7By whom we have redemption thorow his blood, that is to say the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace, 8which grace he shed on us abundantly in all wisdom, and prudency. 9And hath opened unto us the mystery of his will according to his pleasure, and purposed 10the same in himself to have it declared when the time were full come, that all things, both the things which are in heaven, and also the things which are in earth, should be gathered together, even in Christ: that is to say in him 11in whom we are made heirs, and were thereto predestinate according to the purpose of him which worketh all things after the purpose of his own will: 12that we should be unto the praise of his glory, which before hoped in Christ. 13In whom also ye (after that ye heard the word of truth, I mean the gospell of your health, wherein ye believed) were sealed with the holy spirit of promise, 14which is the earnest of our inheritance, to redeem the possession purchased unto the laud of his glory.
15Wherefore even I (after that I heard of the faith which ye have in the Lord Iesu, and love unto all the saints) 16cease not to give thanks for you, making mention of you in my prayers, 17that the God of our Lord Iesus Christ, and the father of glory, might give unto you the spirit of wisdom, and open to you the knowledge of himself, 18and lighten the eyes of your minds, that ye might know what thing that hope is, whereunto he hath called you, and how glorious the riches of his inheritance is upon the saints, 19and what is the exceeding greatness of his power to usward, which believe according to the working of that his mighty power, 20which he wrought in Christ, when he raised him from death, and set him on his right hand in heavenly things, 21above all rule, power, and might, and domination, and above all names that are named, not in this world only, but also in the world to come. 22And hath put all things under his feet, and hath made him above all things, the head of the congregation, 23which is his body, and fullness of him, that filleth all in all things.