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John Wycliffe Bible 1382



22:1And the halidai of therf looues, that is seid pask, neiyede.
22:2And the princis of preestis and the scribis souyten, hou thei schulden sle Jhesu, but thei dredden the puple.
22:3And Sathanas entride in to Judas, that was clepid Scarioth, oon of the twelue.
22:4And he wente, and spak with the princis of preestis, and with the magistratis, hou he schulde bitray hym to hem.
22:5And thei ioyeden, and maden couenaunt to yyue hym money.
22:6And he bihiyte, and he souyte oportunyte, to bitraye hym, with outen puple.
22:7But the daies of therf looues camen, in whiche it was neede, that the sacrifice of pask were slayn.
22:8And he sente Petre and Joon, and seide, Go ye, and make ye redi to vs the pask, that we ete.
22:9And thei seiden, Where wolt thou, that we make redi?
22:10And he seide to hem, Lo! whanne ye schulen entre in to the citee, a man berynge a vessel of watir schal meete you; sue ye hym in to the hous, in to which he entrith.
22:11And ye schulen seie to the hosebonde man of the hous, The maister seith to thee, Where is a chaumbre, where Y schal ete the pask with my disciplis?
22:12And he schal schewe to you a greet soupyng place strewid, and there make ye redi.
22:13And thei yeden, and founden as he seide to hem, and thei maden redi the pask.
22:14And whanne the our was come, he sat to the mete, and the twelue apostlis with hym.
22:15And he seide to hem, With desier Y haue desirid to ete with you this pask, bifor that Y suffre;
22:16for Y seie to you, that fro this tyme Y schal not ete it, til it be fulfillid in the rewme of God.
22:17And whanne he hadde take the cuppe, he dide gracis, and seide, Take ye, and departe ye among you;
22:18for Y seie to you, that Y schal not drynke of the kynde of this vyne, til the rewme of God come.
22:19And whanne he hadde take breed, he dide thankyngis, and brak, and yaf to hem, and seide, This is my bodi, that schal be youun for you; do ye this thing in mynde of me.
22:20He took also the cuppe, aftir that he hadde soupid, and seide, This cuppe is the newe testament in my blood, that schal be sched for you.
22:21Netheles lo! the hoond of hym that bitraieth me, is with me at the table.
22:22And mannus sone goith, `aftir that it is determyned; netheles wo to that man, bi whom he schal be bitraied.
22:23And thei bigunnen to seke among hem, who it was of hem, that was to do this thing.
22:24And strijf was maad among hem, which of hem schulde be seyn to be grettest.
22:25But he seide to hem, Kyngis of hethen men ben lordis of hem, and thei that han power on hem ben clepid good doeris, but ye not so;
22:26but he that is grettest among you, be maad as yongere, and he that is bifor goere, as a seruaunt.
22:27For who is gretter, he that sittith at the mete, or he that mynystrith? whether not he that sittith at the mete? And Y am in the myddil of you, as he that mynystrith.
22:28And ye ben, that han dwellid with me in my temptaciouns; and Y dispose to you,
22:29as my fadir hath disposid to me,
22:30a rewme, that ye ete and drynke on my boord in my rewme, and sitte on trones, and deme the twelue kynredis of Israel.
22:31And the Lord seide to Symount, Symount, lo, Satanas hath axid you, that he schulde ridile as whete; but Y haue preyede for thee,
22:32that thi feith faile not; and thou sum tyme conuertid, conferme thi britheren.
22:33Which seide to hym, Lord, Y am redi to go in to prisoun and in to deeth with thee.
22:34And he seide, Y seie to thee, Petir, the cok schal not crowe to dai, til thou thries forsake that thou knowist me.
22:35And he seide to hem, Whanne Y sente you with outen sachel, and scrippe, and schone, whether ony thing failide to you?
22:36And thei seiden, No thing. Therfor he seide to hem, But now he that hath a sachel, take also and a scrippe; and he that hath noon, selle his coote, and bigge a swerd.
22:37For Y seie to you, that yit it bihoueth that thing that is writun to be fulfillid in me, And he is arettid with wickid men; for tho thingis that ben of me han ende.
22:38And thei seiden, Lord, lo! twei swerdis here. And he seide to hem, It is ynowy.
22:39And he yede out, and wente aftir the custom in to the hille of Olyues; and the disciplis sueden hym.
22:40And whanne he cam to the place, he seide to hem, Preye ye, lest ye entren in to temptacioun.
22:41And he was taken awei fro hem, so myche as is a stonys cast; and he knelide,
22:42and preyede, and seide, Fadir, if thou wolt, do awei this cuppe fro me; netheles not my wille be don, but thin.
22:43And an aungel apperide to hym fro heuene, and coumfortide hym. And he was maad in agonye, and preyede the lenger;
22:44and his swot was maad as dropis of blood rennynge doun in to the erthe.
22:45And whanne he was rysun fro preier, and was comun to hise disciplis, he foond hem slepynge for heuynesse.
22:46And he seide to hem, What slepen ye? Rise ye, and preye ye, that ye entre not in to temptacioun.
22:47Yit while he spak, lo! a company, and he that was clepid Judas, oon of the twelue, wente bifor hem; and he cam to Jhesu, to kisse hym.
22:48And Jhesus seide to hym, Judas, `with a coss `thou bytrayest `mannys sone.
22:49And thei that weren aboute hym, and sayn that that was to come, seiden to hym, Lord, whether we smyten with swerd?
22:50And oon of hem smoot the seruaunt of the prince of preestis, and kittide of his riyt eere.
22:51But Jhesus answerde, and seide, Suffre ye til hidir. And whanne he hadde touchid his eere, he heelide hym.
22:52And Jhesus seide to hem, that camen to hym, the princis of preestis, and maiestratis of the temple, and eldre men, As to a theef ye han gon out with swerdis and staues?
22:53Whanne Y was ech dai with you in the temple, ye streiyten not out hondis in to me; but this is youre our, and the power of derknessis.
22:54And thei token him, and ledden to the hous of the prince of prestis; and Petir suede hym afer.
22:55And whanne a fier was kyndelid in the myddil of the greet hous, and thei saten aboute, Petir was in the myddil of hem.
22:56Whom whanne a damysel hadde seyn sittynge `at the liyt, and hadde biholdun hym, sche seide, And this was with hym.
22:57And he denyede hym, and seide, Womman, Y knowe hym not.
22:58And aftir a litil another man siy hym, and seide, And thou art of hem. But Petir seide, A! man, Y am not.
22:59And whanne a space was maad as of on our, another affermyd, and seide, Treuli this was with hym; for also he is of Galilee.
22:60And Petir seide, Man, Y noot what thou seist. And anoon yit while he spak, the cok crewe.
22:61And the Lord turnede ayen, and bihelde Petre; and Petre hadde mynde on the word of Jhesu, as he hadde seid, For bifor that the cok crowe, thries thou schalt denye me.
22:62And Petre yede out, and wepte bittirli.
22:63And the men that helden hym scorneden hym, and smyten hym.
22:64And thei blynfelden hym, and smyten his face, and axiden hym, and seiden, Arede, thou Crist, to vs, who is he that smoot thee?
22:65Also thei blasfemynge seiden ayens hym many other thingis.
22:66And as the day was come, the eldre men of the puple, and the princis of prestis, and the scribis camen togidir, and ledden hym in to her councel,
22:67and seiden, If thou art Crist, seie to vs.
22:68And he seide to hem, If Y seie to you, ye schulen not bileue to me; and if Y axe, ye schulen not answere to me, nethir ye schulen delyuere me.
22:69But aftir this tyme mannys sone schal be sittynge on the riyt half of the vertu of God.
22:70Therfor alle seiden, Thanne art thou the sone of God? And he seide, Ye seien that Y am.
22:71And thei seiden, What yit desiren we witnessyng? for we vs silf han herd of his mouth.
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.