Therefore if ye were not true in the wicked thing of riches [Therefore if ye were not true in the wicked riches], who shall betake to you that that is very?
And if ye were not true in other men's thing, who shall give to you that that is yours?
No servant may serve to two lords; for either he shall hate the one, and love the other; either he shall draw to the one, and despise the other. Ye be not able to serve to God and to riches. [+No man servant may serve two lords; forsooth either he shall hate the one, and love the other; or he shall cleave to the one, and despise the other. Ye be not able to serve to God and riches.]
But the Pharisees, that were covetous, heard all these things, and they scorned him.
And he said to them, Ye it be, that justify you before men; but God hath known your hearts [soothly God knoweth your hearts], for that that is high to men, is abomination before God.
The law and the prophets till to John; from that time the realm of God is evangelized [from that time the realm of God is preached], and each man doeth violence into it.
Forsooth it is lighter heaven and earth [for] to pass, than that one tittle fall from the law [than one tittle fall of the law].
Every man that forsaketh his wife, and weddeth another, doeth lechery [doeth adultery]; and he that weddeth the wife forsaken of the husband, doeth adultery.
There was a rich man [Some man was rich], and was clothed in purple, and white silk, and ate every day shiningly.
And there was a beggar [And there was some beggar], Lazarus by name, that lay at his gate full of boils,
and coveted to be fulfilled of the crumbs [+coveting to be fulfilled with the crumbs/coveting to be filled of the crumbs], that fell down from the rich man's board, and no man gave to him; but [and] hounds came, and licked his boils.