In honor of the 400th anniversary of the translation of the Bible into English, commissioned by King James of England in 1611, and originally published by Robert Barker, printer to the King, I will use this version for the rest of this year in these posts. Editing sure has changed since then! Hope we can enjoy the quaint differences we find here and appreciate all that went into it.
Feare them not therefore: for there is nothing couered, that shall not be reueiled; and hidde, that shall not be knowen.
What I tell you in darkenesse, that speake yee in light: and what yee heare in the eare, that preach yee upon the house tops.
And feare not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soule: but rather feare him which is able to destroy both soule and body in hell.
Are not two Sparrowes solde for a farthing? And one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father.
But the very haires of your head are all numbred.