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Powell, S. Heidelberg: C. Ross, W. EETS, o. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer. Spencer, H. Yet thow moste teche hem mare, more That whenne they doth to chyrche fare, Thenne bydde hem leve here mony wordes, Here ydel speche, and nyce bordes, And put a-way alle vanyte, And say here Pater Noster and here Ave.
No mon in chyrche stonde schal, Ny lene to pyler ny to wal, But fayre on kneus they schule hem sette, Knelynge doun up-on the flette, paved floor And pray to God wyth herte meke To geve hem grace and mercy eke. Soffere hem to make no bere, commotion But ay to be in here prayere; And whenne the gospelle i-red be schalle, Teche hem thenne to stonde up alle, And blesse [hem] feyre as they conne Whenne gloria tibi ys by-gonne,. Schryfte and howsele, lord, thou graunte me bo Er that I schale hennes go, And verre contrycyone of my synne, That I, Lord, never dye there-inne; And as thow were of a may I-bore, maid born Sofere me never to be for-lore, But whenne that I schale hennes wende, Grawnte me the blysse wyth-owten ende.
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Teche hem also, I the pray, That whenne they walken in the way And sene the preste a-gayn hem comynge, Goddes body wyth hym berynge, Thenne, wyth grete devocyone, Teche hem there to knele a-downe. Fayre ne fowle, spare they noghte To worschype hym that alle hath wroghte, For glad may that mon be That ones in the day may hym se, For so mykyle gode doth that syght — As Seynt Austyn techeth a-ryght — That day that thow syst Goddes body, These benefyces schalt thou have sycurly: Mete and drynke at thy nede, Non schal the that day be gnede; needy.
Idele othes and wordes also God for-geveth the also.
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Soden deth that ylke day The dar not drede wythoute nay. Also, that day, I the plyghte, pledge Thow schalt not lese thyn ye-syghte, And every fote that thou gost thenne, That holy syght for to sene, They schule be tolde to stonde in stede Whenne thow hast [moste] nede. Also, wyth-ynne chyrche and seyntwary, Do ryght thus as I the say: Songe and cry and suche fare, For to stynte thow schalt not spare; Castynge of axtre and eke of ston, axle Sofere hem there to use non.
Bal and bares,2 and suche play, Out of chyrcheyorde put a-way; Courte-holdynge and suche maner chost, of quarrelling Out of seyntwary put thow most. For Cryst hym-self techeth us That holy chyrche ys hys hows. That ys made for no thynge elles But for to praye in, as the boke telles. There the pepulle schale geder with-inne To prayen and to wepen for here synne.
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