Tyndale New Testament
1And he entered again into the synagogue, and there was a man which had a withered hand: 2and they watched him to see, if he would heal him on the saboth day, that they might accuse him. 3And he said unto the man which had the withered hand: arise and stand in the midst. 4And he said to them: whether is it lawful to do a good deed on the saboth day, or an evil? to save a man's life, or to kill? But they held their peace. 5And he looked round about on them angerly mourning on the blindness of their hearts. And said to the man: stretch forth thine hand. And he stretched it forth: And the hand was restored, even as whole as the other. 6The pharises departed, and straightway gathered a counsel with them that belonged to Herode against him, that they might destroy him.
7And Iesus avoided with his disciples to the sea: and a great multitude followed him from Galilee and from Jewry, 8and from Hierusalem, and from Idumea, and from beyond Iordan: and they that dwelled about Tyre and Sidon, a great multitude: which when they had heard what things he did, came unto him. 9And he commanded his disciples, that a ship should wait on him, because of the people, lest they should throng him. 10For he had healed many, in so much that they pressed upon him, for to touch him, as many as had plagues. 11And when the unclean spirits saw him, they fell down before him, and cried saying: thou art the son of God: 12And he straightly charged them that they should not utter him.
13And he went up into a mountain, and called unto him whom he would, and they came unto him. 14And he ordained the twelve that they should be with him, and that he might send them to preach. 15And that they might have power to heal sicknesses and to cast out devils. 16And he gave Simon, to name, Peter. 17And he called Iames the son of Zebedee, and Ihon Iames brother, and gave them Bonargs to name, which is to say the sons of thunder. 18And Andrew, and Philip, and Bartelemew, and Matthew, and Thomas, and Iames the son of Alphey, and Taddeus, and Simon of Cane, 19and Iudas Iscarioth, which same also betrayed him.
20And they came unto house, and the people assembled together again, so greatly that they had not leisure so much as to eat bread. 21And when they that longed unto him heard of it, they went out to hold him. For they said, he is too fervent. 22And the scribes which came from Ierusalem, said: he hath Beelzebub, and by the power of the chief devil, casteth out devils. 23And he called them unto him, and in similitudes said unto them. How can Satan drive out Satan? 24For if a realm be divided against itself, that realm cannot endure. 25And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot continue: 26So if Satan make insurrection against himself, and be divided, he cannot continue, but hath an end. 27No man can enter into a strong man's house, and take away his goods, except he first bind that strong man and then spoil his house.
28Verily I say unto you all sins shall be forgiven unto men's children: and blasphemy, wherewith they blaspheme: 29but he that blasphemeth the holy ghost, shall never have forgiveness: but is in danger of eternal damnation. 30For they said, he had an unclean spirit.
31And there came his mother and his brethren, and stood without, and sent unto him and called him: 32And the people sat about him, and said unto him: behold thy mother and thy brethren seek for thee without. 33And he answered them, saying: who is my mother, and my brethren? 34And he looked round about on his disciples, which sat in compass about him, and said: behold my mother, and my brethren: 35For whosoever doeth the will of God, he is my brother, my sister and mother.