After a whyle ye shall not se me and agayne after a whyle ye shall se me: For I goo to the father.
Then sayd some of his disciples bitwene them selves: what is this yt he sayth vnto vs after a whyle ye shall not se me and agayne after a whyle ye shall se me: and that I go to the father.
They sayd therfore: what is this that he sayth after a whyle? we canot tell what he sayth.
Iesus perceaved yt they wolde axe him and sayd vnto them: This is it that ye enquyre of bitwene youre selves that I sayd after a whyle ye shall not se me and agayne after a whyle ye shall se me.
Verely verely I saye vnto you: ye shall wepe and lamet and the worlde shall reioyce. Ye shall sorowe: but youre sorowe shalbe tourned to ioye.
A woman when she traveyleth hath sorowe because her houre is come: but assone as she is delivered of the chylde she remembreth no moare the anguysshe for ioye that a man is borne in to the worlde
And ye now are in sorowe: but I will se you agayne and youre hertes shall reioyce and youre ioye shall no ma take fro you.
And in that daye shall ye axe me no question. Verely verely I saye vnto you whatsoever ye shall axe the father in my name he will geve it you
Hitherto have ye axed nothinge in my name. Axe and ye shall receave it: that youre ioye maye be full.
These thinges have I spoken vnto you in proverbes. The tyme will come when I shall no moare speake to you in proverbes: but I shall shewe you playnly from my father.
At that daye shall ye axe in myne name. And I saye not vnto you that I will speake vnto my father for you
For ye father him selfe loveth you because ye have loved me and have beleved that I came out from God.
I went out from the father and came into the worlde: and I leve the worlde agayne and go to ye father.
His disciples sayd vnto him: loo now speakest thou playnly and thou vsest no proverbe.
Nowe knowe we that thou vnderstondest all thinges and nedest not yt eny man shuld axe the eny question. Therfore beleve we that thou camst fro god.
Iesus answered them: Now ye do beleve.
Beholde ye houre draweth nye and is already come yt ye shalbe scatered every man his wayes and shall leave me alone. And yet am I not alone. For ye father is with me.
These wordes have I spoke vnto you yt in me ye might have peace. For in ye worlde shall ye have tribulacio: but be of good cheare I have over come the worlde.