Saturday, 12 October 2019

Mass readings in Scots: Twenty-Eighth Sunday of the Year (Year C)

Gospel reading
Luke 17: 11-19

And it was done, the quhile Jesus went into Jerusalem, he passit throu the myddis of Samarie and Galilee. And quhen he entrit into a castel, ten leprouse men com aganes him, quhilkis stude on ferr and raasit thar voce, and said, Jesu, comandour, haue mercy on vs. And as he saw thame, he said, Ga ye, schaw you to the preestis. And it was done the quhile thai yede, thai war clenget. And aan of thame, as he saw that he was clengeit, went agane, magnifiand Gode with a gret voce. And he fell doun on the face before his feet, and did thankingis: and this was a Samaritan. And Jesus ansuerd and said, Quhethir ten ar nocht clengeit? and quhare ar the nyne? Thar is naan fundin that turnit agane and gave glorie to God, bot this alien. And he said to him, Rise up, ga thou; for thi faith has made thee saaf.

[From The New Testament in Scots Murdoch Nisbet [c.1520] (1901) vol 1 here]

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