Saturday, 23 June 2018
Mass readings in Scots: Twelfth Sunday of the Year (Year B)
Mark 4: 35-41
And he said to thame in that day, quhen euenyng was cummin, "Passe we aganewart." And thai left the pepile, and tuk him sa that he was in a boote, and vthir bootis war with him. And a gret storm of wynd was made, and kest wawis into the boot, sa that the bote was full. And he was in the hindir part of the boot, slepand on a cod: ande thai raise him, and sais to him, "Maistir, pertenis it nocht too thee that we perise?" And he raase vp, and manasset the wynd and said to the see, "Be still, wax dommbe." And the wynd ceissit, and gret peciabilnes was made. And he said to thame, "Quhat drede ye? ye haue na faith yit." And thai dred with gret drede, and said ilk ane to vthir, "Quha gessis thou is this, for the wynd and the see obeyis to him?"
[From The New Testament in Scots Murdoch Nisbet [c.1520] (1901) vol 1 here]