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John Wycliffe Bible 1382



21:1And he biheeld, and saye tho riche men, that casten her yiftis in to the treserie;
21:2but he saye also a litil pore widewe castynge twei ferthingis.
21:3And he seide, Treuli Y seie to you, that this pore widewe keste more than alle men.
21:4For whi alle these of thing that was plenteuouse to hem casten in to the yiftis of God; but this widewe of that thing that failide to hir, caste al hir liflode, that sche hadde.
21:5And whanne sum men seiden of the temple, that it was apparailid with gode stoonus and yiftis,
21:6he seide, These thingis that ye seen, daies schulen come, in whiche a stoon schal not be left on a stoon, which schal not be destried.
21:7And thei axiden hym, and seiden, Comaundour, whanne schulen these thingis be? and what tokne schal be, whanne thei schulen bigynne to be don?
21:8And he seide, Se ye, that ye be not disseyued; for many schulen come in my name, seiynge, For Y am, and the tyme schal neiye; therfor nyle ye go aftir hem.
21:9And whanne ye schulen here batailis and stryues with ynne, nyle ye be aferd; it bihoueth first these thingis to be don, but not yit anoon is an ende.
21:10Thanne he seide to hem, Folk schal rise ayens folk, and rewme ayens rewme;
21:11grete mouyngis of erthe schulen be bi placis, and pestilencis, and hungris, and dredis fro heuene, and grete tokenes schulen be.
21:12But bifore alle these thingis thei schulen sette her hoondis on you, and schulen pursue, bitakynge in to synagogis and kepyngis, drawynge to kyngis and to iusticis, for my name;
21:13but it schal falle to you in to witnessyng.
21:14Therfor putte ye in youre hertis, not to thenke bifore, hou ye schulen answere; for Y schal yyue to you mouth and wisdom,
21:15to whiche alle youre aduersaries schulen not mowe ayenstonde, and ayenseie.
21:16And ye schulen be takun of fadir, and modir, and britheren, and cosyns, and freendis, and bi deeth thei schulen turmente of you;
21:17and ye schulen be in haate to alle men for my name.
21:18And an heere of youre heed schal not perische;
21:19in youre pacience ye schulen welde youre soulis.
21:20But whanne ye schulen se Jerusalem ben enuyround with an oost, thanne wite ye, that the desolacioun of it schal neiye.
21:21Thanne thei that ben in Judee, fle to the mountans; and thei that ben in the mydil of it, gon awei; and thei that ben in the cuntreis, entre not in to it.
21:22For these ben daies of veniaunce, that alle thingis that ben writun, be fulfillid.
21:23And wo to hem, that ben with child, and norischen in tho daies; for a greet diseese schal be on the erthe, and wraththe to this puple.
21:24And thei schulen falle bi the scharpnesse of swerd, and thei schulen be led prisoneris in to alle folkis; and Jerusalem schal be defoulid of hethene men, til the tymes of naciouns be fulfillid.
21:25And tokenes schulen be in the sunne, and the mone, and in the sterris; and in the erthe ouerleiyng of folkis, for confusioun of sown of the see and of floodis;
21:26for men schulen wexe drye for drede and abidyng that schulen come to al the world; for vertues of heuenes schulen be mouyd.
21:27And thanne thei schulen se mannys sone comynge in a cloude, with greet power and maieste.
21:28And whanne these thingis bigynnen to be maad, biholde ye, and reise ye youre heedis, for youre redempcioun neiyeth.
21:29And he seide to hem a liknesse, Se ye the fige tre, and alle trees,
21:30whanne thei bryngen forth now of hem silf fruyt, ye witen that somer is nyy;
21:31so ye, whanne ye seen these thingis to be don, wite ye, that the kyngdom of God is nyy.
21:32Treuli Y seie to you, that this generacioun schal not passe, til alle thingis be don.
21:33Heuene and erthe schulen passe, but my wordis schulen not passe.
21:34But take ye heede to you silf, lest perauenture youre hertis be greuyd with glotony, and drunkenesse, and bisynessis of this lijf, and thilke dai come sodein on you; for as a snare it schal come on alle men,
21:35that sitten on the face of al erthe.
21:36Therfor wake ye, preiynge in ech tyme, that ye be hadde worthi to fle alle these thingis that ben to come, and to stonde bifor mannus sone.
21:37And in daies he was techynge in the temple, but in nyytis he yede out, and dwellide in the mount, that is clepid of Olyuet.
21:38And al the puple roos eerli, to come to hym in the temple, and to here hym.
John Wycliffe Bible 1382

John Wycliffe Bible 1382

The Wycliffe Bible is the only Bible here that was not translated from the Textus Receptus. Its inclusion here is for the Bible's historic value and for comparison in the English language.

John Wycliffe, an Oxford professor produced the first hand-written English language Bible manuscripts in the 1380's. While it is doubtful Wycliffe himself translated the versions that bear his name, he certainly can be considered the driving force behind the project. He strongly believed in having the scriptures available to the people.

Wycliffe, was well-known throughout Europe for his opposition to the teaching of the organized Church, which he believed to be contrary to the Bible. With the help of his followers (called Lollards), Wycliffe produced dozens of English language manuscript copies of the scriptures. They were translated out of the Latin Vulgate, which was the only source text available to Wycliffe. The Pope was so infuriated by his teachings and his translation of the Bible into English, that 44 years after Wycliffe died, he ordered the bones to be dug-up, crushed, and scattered in the river.