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John Wycliffe Bible 1382



7:1And he seide this of Judas of Symount Scarioth, for this was to bitraye hym, whanne he was oon of the twelue.
7:2Aftir these thingis Jhesus walkide in to Galilee, for he wolde not walke in to Judee, for the Jewis souyten to sle hym.
7:3And ther was neiy a feeste dai of the Jewis, Senofegia.
7:4And hise britheren seiden to hym, Passe fro hennus, and go in to Judee, that also thi disciplis seen thi werkis that thou doist;
7:5for no man doith ony thing in hiddlis, and hym silf sekith to be opyn. If thou doist these thingis, schewe thi silf to the world.
7:6For nether hise britheren bileueden in hym.
7:7Therfor Jhesus seith to hem, My tyme cam not yit, but youre tyme is euermore redi.
7:8The world may not hate you, sothely it hatith me; for Y bere witnessyng therof, that the werkis of it ben yuele.
7:9Go ye vp to this feeste dai, but Y schal not go vp to this feeste dai, for my tyme is not yit fulfillid.
7:10Whanne he hadde seid these thingis, he dwelte in Galilee.
7:11And aftir that hise britheren weren gon vp, thanne he yede vp to the feeste dai, not opynli, but as in priuyte.
7:12Therfor the Jewis souyten hym in the feeste dai, and seiden, Where is he?
7:13And myche grutchyng was of hym among the puple. For summe seiden, That he is good; and othere seiden, Nai, but he disceyueth the puple;
7:14netheles no man spak opynli of hym, for drede of the Jewis.
7:15But whanne the myddil feeste dai cam, Jhesus wente vp in to the temple, and tauyte.
7:16And the Jewis wondriden, and seiden, Hou can this man lettris, sithen he hath not lerned?
7:17Jhesus answerde to hem, and seide, My doctryne is not myn, but his that sente me.
7:18If ony man wole do his wille, he schal knowe of the techyng, whethir it be of God, or Y speke of my silf.
7:19He that spekith of hym silf, sekith his owne glorie; but he that sekith the glorie of hym that sente hym, is sothefast, and vnriytwisnesse is not in hym.
7:20Whether Moises yaf not to you a lawe, and noon of you doith the lawe?
7:21What seken ye to sle me? And the puple answerde, and seide, Thou hast a deuel; who sekith to sle thee?
7:22Jhesus answerde, and seide to hem, Y haue don o werk, and alle ye wondren.
7:23Therfor Moises yaf to you circumcisioun; not for it is of Moyses, but of the fadris; and in the sabat ye circumciden a man.
7:24If a man take circumcicioun in the sabat, that the lawe of Moises be not brokun, han ye indignacioun to me, for Y made al a man hool in the sabat?
7:25Nile ye deme aftir the face, but deme ye a riytful doom.
7:26Therfor summe of Jerusalem seiden, Whethir this is not he, whom the Jewis seken to sle?
7:27and lo! he spekith opynli, and thei seien no thing to hym. Whether the princes knewen verili, that this is Crist?
7:28But we knowun this man, of whennus he is; but whanne Crist schal come, no man woot of whennus he is.
7:29Therfor Jhesus criede in the temple `techynge, and seide, Ye knowen me, and `ye knowen of whennus Y am; and Y cam not of my silf, but he is trewe that sente me, whom ye knowen not.
7:30Y knowe hym, and if Y seie that Y knowe hym not, Y schal be lijk to you, a liere; but Y knowe hym, for of hym Y am, and he sente me.
7:31Therfor thei souyten to take hym, and no man sette on hym hoondis, for his our cam not yit.
7:32And many of the puple bileueden in hym, and seiden, Whanne Crist schal come, whether he schal do mo tokenes, than tho that this doith?
7:33Farisees herden the puple musinge of hym these thingis; and the princis and Farisees senten mynystris, to take hym.
7:34Therfor Jhesus seide to hem, Yit a litil tyme Y am with you, and Y go to the fadir, that sente me.
7:35Ye schulen seke me, and ye schulen not fynde; and where Y am, ye may not come.
7:36Therfor the Jewis seiden to hem silf, Whidur schal this gon, for we schulen not fynde hym? whether he wole go in to the scateryng of hethene men, and wole teche the hethene?
7:37What is this word, which he seide, Ye schulen seke me, and ye schulen not fynde; and where Y am, ye moun not come?
7:38But in the laste dai of the greet feeste, Jhesus stood, and criede, and seide, If ony man thirstith, come he to me, and drynke.
7:39He that bileueth in me, as the scripture seith, Floodis of quyk watir schulen flowe fro his wombe.
7:40But he seide this thing of the Spirit, whom men that bileueden in hym schulden take; for the Spirit was not yit youun, for Jhesus was not yit glorified.
7:41Therfor of that cumpanye, whanne thei hadden herd these wordis of hym, thei seiden, This is verili a prophete.
7:42Othere seiden, This is Crist. `But summe seiden, Whether Crist cometh fro Galilee?
7:43Whether the scripture seith not, that of the seed of Dauid, and of the castel of Bethleem, where Dauid was, Crist cometh?
7:44Therfor discencioun was maad among the puple for hym.
7:45For summe of hem wolden haue take hym, but no man sette hondis on hym.
7:46Therfor the mynystris camen to bischopis and Farisees, and thei seiden to hem, Whi brouyten ye not hym?
7:47The mynystris answeriden, Neuere man spak so, as this man spekith.
7:48Therfor the Farisees answeriden to hem, Whether ye ben disseyued also?
7:49whether ony of the pryncis or of the Farisees bileueden in hym?
7:50But this puple, that knowith not the lawe, ben cursid.
7:51Nychodeme seith to hem, he that cam to hym bi nyyt, that was oon of hem, Whethir oure lawe demith a man,
7:52but it haue first herde of hym, and knowe what he doith?
7:53Thei answeriden, and seiden to hym, Whether thou art a man of Galilee also? Seke thou scripturis, and se thou, that a prophete risith not of Galilee.
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.