Chapter 1

  1. In the beginning was the lav, and the lav was with Gloria, and the lav was Gloria.
  2. The same was in the beginning with Gloria.
  3. All fakements were made by her; and nanti her was not any fakement made that was made.
  4. In her was life; and the life was the sparkle of homies.
  5. And the sparkle shineth in munge; and the munge comprehended it not.
  6. There was a homie laued from Gloria, whose name was Jane.
  7. The same trolled for a varda-ing fakement, to bear varda-ing fakement of the sparkle, that all homies through her might believe.
  8. She was not that sparkle, but was laued to bear varda-ing fakement of that sparkle.
  9. That was the true sparkle, which lighteth every homie that trolleth into the world.
  10. She was in the world, and the world was made by her, and the world knew her not.
  11. She trolled unto her own, and her own lalled her not.
  12. But as many as lalled her, to them parkered she power to become the homie chavvies of Gloria, even to them that believe on her name:
  13. Which were born, not of blood, nishta of the will of the flesh, nishta of the will of homie, but of Gloria.
  14. And the lav was made flesh, and letted among us, (and we beheld her fabeness, the fabeness as of the only begotten of the Auntie,) full of gracie and truth.
  15. Jane bare varda-ing fakement of her, and screeched, cackling, This was she of whom I cackled, she that trolleth after me is preferred before me: for she was before me.
  16. And of her fulness have all we lalled, and gracie for gracie.
  17. For the law was parkered by Maureen, but gracie and truth trolled by Josie Crystal.
  18. No homie hath vardad Gloria at any time, the only begotten homie chavvie, which is in the bosom of the Auntie, she hath screeched her.
  19. And this is the record of Jane, when the kosher homies laued godly homies and Levites from Jerusalem to ask her, Who art thou?
  20. And she confessed, and denied not; but confessed, I am not the Crystal.
  21. And they asked her, What then? Art thou Elias? And she cackleth, I am not. Art thou that prophet? And she answered, No.
  22. Then cackled they unto her, Who art thou? that we may parker an answer to them that laued us. What cackleth thou of thyself?
  23. She cackled, I am the cackling fakement of una screeching in the nishta smoke, Make hettie the way of the Duchess, as cackled the prophet Esaias.
  24. And they which were laued were of the lily laws.
  25. And they asked her, and cackled unto her, Why baptizest thou then, if thou be not that Crystal, nishta Elias, nishta that prophet?
  26. Jane answered them, cackling, I baptize with aqua: but there standeth una among you, whom ye know not;
  27. She it is, who trolling after me is preferred before me, whose slingback‘s latchet I am not bona to unloose.
  28. These fakements were done in Bethabara beyond Jordan, where Jane was baptizing.
  29. The next journo Jane vardaeth Josie trolling unto her, and cackleth, varda the Lamb of Gloria, which lelleth away the kertever of the world.
  30. This is she of whom I cackled, After me trolleth a homie which is preferred before me: for she was before me.
  31. And I knew her not: but that she should be made manifest to Israel, therefore am I troll baptizing with aqua.
  32. And Jane bare record, cackling, I vardad the Fairy trolling down from heaven like a dove, and it letted upon her.
  33. And I knew her not: but she that laued me to baptize with aqua, the same cackled unto me, Upon whom thou shalt varda the Fairy trolling down, and remaining on her, the same is she which baptizeth with the Fantabulosa Fairy.
  34. And I vardad, and bare record that this is the homie chavvie of Gloria.
  35. Again the next journo after Jane stood, and dewey of her disciples;
  36. And looking upon Josie as she minced, she cackleth, varda the Lamb of Gloria!
  37. And the dewey disciples aunt nelled her cackle, and they trolled after Josie.
  38. Then Josie turned, and vardad them following, and cackleth unto them, What charper ye? They cackled unto her, Rabbi, (which is to cackle, being interpreted, Master,) where dwellest thou?
  39. She cackleth unto them, troll and varda. They trolled and vardad where she letted, and letted with her that journo: for it was about the dachath hour.
  40. Una of the dewey which aunt nelled Jane cackle, and trolled after her, was Andrea, Simone Petra‘s sister.
  41. She first findeth her own sister Simone, and cackleth unto her, We have found the Messias, which is, being interpreted, the Crystal.
  42. And she brought her to Josie. And when Josie beheld her, she cackled, Thou art Simone the homie chavvie of Jona: thou shalt be screeched Cephas, which is by interpretation, A stone.
  43. The journo following Josie would troll forth into Galilee, and findeth Phyllis, and cackleth unto her, troll after me.
  44. Now Phyllis was of Bethsaida, the smoke of Andrea and Petra.
  45. Phyllis findeth Nathanael, and cackleth unto her, We have found her, of whom Maureen in the law, and the prophets, did screeve, Josie of Nazareth, the homie chavvie of Josephine.
  46. And Nathanael cackled unto her, Can there any bona fakement troll out of Nazareth? Phyllis cackleth unto her, troll and varda.
  47. Josie vardad Nathanael trolling to her, and cackleth of her, varda an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile!
  48. Nathanael cackleth unto her, Whence knowest thou me? Josie answered and cackled unto her, Before that Phyllis screeched thee, when thou wast under the fig tree, I vardad thee.
  49. Nathanael answered and cackleth unto her, Rabbi, thou art the homie chavvie of Gloria; thou art the dowriest homie of Israel.
  50. Josie answered and cackled unto her, Because I cackled unto thee, I vardad thee under the fig tree, believest thou? thou shalt varda dowrier fakements than these.
  51. And she cackleth unto her, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Hereafter ye shall varda heaven open, and the fairies of Gloria trolling up and trolling down upon the homie chavvie of homie.

Chapter 2

  1. And the third journo there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Josie was there:
  2. And both Josie was screeched, and her disciples, to the marriage.
  3. And when they wanted sherry, the mother of Josie cackleth unto her, They have no sherry.
  4. Josie cackleth unto her, palone, what have I to do with thee? mine hour is not yet troll.
  5. Her mother cackleth unto the serving homies, Whatsoever she cackleth unto you, do it.
  6. And there were set there sey waterpots of stone, after the manner of the purifying of the kosher homies, containing dewey or trey firkins apiece.
  7. Josie cackleth unto them, Fill the waterpots with aqua. And they filled them up to the brim.
  8. And she cackleth unto them, Draw out now, and bear unto the governor of the dowry munjarlee. And they bare it.
  9. When the ruler of the dowry munjarlee had tasted the aqua that was made sherry, and knew not whence it was: (but the serving homies which drew the aqua knew;) the governor of the dowry munjarlee screeched the bridegroom,
  10. And cackleth unto her, Every homie at the beginning doth set forth bona sherry; and when homies have well bevvied, then that which is worse: but thou hast kept the bona sherry until now.
  11. This beginning of miracles did Josie in Cana of Galilee, and manifested forth her fabeness; and her disciples believed on her.
  12. After this she trolled down to Capernaum, she, and her mother, and her sisters, and her disciples: and they continued there not many days.
  13. And the kosher homiestrollover was at famble, and Josie trolled up to Jerusalem.
  14. And found in the holy carsey those that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of dinarly sitting:
  15. And when she had made a scourge of pogey cords, she drove them all out of the holy carsey, and the sheep, and the oxen; and poured out the changers’ dinarly, and overthrew the tables;
  16. And cackled unto them that sold doves, lell these fakements hence; make not my Auntie‘s lattie an lattie of merchandise.
  17. And her disciples remembered that it was screeved, The zeal of thine lattie hath jarried me up.
  18. Then answered the kosher homies and cackled unto her, What sign shewest thou unto us, vardaing that thou doest these fakements?
  19. Josie answered and cackled unto them, battyfang this holy carsey, and in trey days I will raise it up.
  20. Then cackled the kosher homies, quarter dacha and sey years was this holy carsey in building, and wilt thou rear it up in trey days?
  21. But she cackled of the holy carsey of her lucoddy.
  22. When therefore she was risen from the stiff, her disciples remembered that she had cackled this unto them; and they believed the glossy, and the lav which Josie had cackled.
  23. Now when she was in Jerusalem at the trollover, in the dowry munjarlee journo, many believed in her name, when they vardad the miracles which she did.
  24. But Josie did not commit himself unto them, because she knew all homies,
  25. And needed not that any should testify of homie: for she knew what was in homie.

Chapter 3

  1. There was a homie of the lily laws, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the kosher homies:
  2. The same trolled to Josie by nochy, and cackled unto her, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher troll from Gloria: for no homie can do these miracles that thou doest, except Gloria be with her.
  3. Josie answered and cackled unto her, Verily, verily, I cackle unto thee, Except a homie be born again, she cannot varda the kingdom of Gloria.
  4. Nicodemus cackleth unto her, How can a homie be born when she is badge? can she enter the second time into her mother’s womb, and be born?
  5. Josie answered, Verily, verily, I cackle unto thee, Except a homie be born of aqua and of the Fairy, she cannot enter into the kingdom of Gloria.
  6. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Fairy is Fairy.
  7. Marvel not that I cackled unto thee, Ye must be born again.
  8. The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not cackle whence it trolleth, and whither it goeth: so is every una that is born of the Fairy.
  9. Nicodemus answered and cackled unto her, How can these fakements be?
  10. Josie answered and cackled unto her, Art thou a master of Israel, and knowest not these fakements?
  11. Verily, verily, I cackle unto thee, We cackle that we do know, and testify that we have vardad; and ye lall not our varda-ing fakement.
  12. If I have cackled you earthly fakements, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I cackle you of heavenly fakements?
  13. And no homie hath trolled up up to heaven, but she that trolled down from heaven, even the homie chavvie of homie which is in heaven.
  14. And as Maureen lifted up the serpent in the nishta smoke, even so must the homie chavvie of homie be lifted up:
  15. That whosoever believeth in her should not perish, but have eternal life.
  16. For Gloria so loved the world, that she parkered her only begotten homie chavvie, that whosoever believeth in her should not perish, but have everlasting life.
  17. For Gloria laued not her homie chavvie into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through her might be saved.
  18. She that believeth on her is not condemned: but she that believeth not is condemned already, because she hath not believed in the name of the only begotten homie chavvie of Gloria.
  19. And this is the condemnation, that sparkle is troll into the world, and homies loved munge rather than sparkle, because their deeds were nana.
  20. For every una that doeth nana hateth the sparkle, nishta trolleth to the sparkle, lest her deeds should be reproved.
  21. But she that doeth truth trolleth to the sparkle, that her deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in Gloria.
  22. After these fakements trolled Josie and her disciples into the land of Judaea; and there she tarried with them, and baptized.
  23. And Jane also was baptizing in Aenon near to Salim, because there was dowry aqua there: and they trolled, and were baptized.
  24. For Jane was not yet cast into charpering carsey.
  25. Then there arose a question between some of Jane‘s disciples and the kosher homies about purifying.
  26. And they trolled unto Jane, and cackled unto her, Rabbi, she that was with thee beyond Jordan, to whom thou barest varda-ing fakement, varda, the same baptizeth, and all homies troll to her.
  27. Jane answered and cackled, A homie can lall nishter, except it be parkered her from heaven.
  28. Ye yourselves bear me varda-ing fakement, that I cackled, I am not the Crystal, but that I am laued before her.
  29. She that hath the bride is the bridegroom: but the bencove of the bridegroom, which standeth and aunt nelleth her, rejoiceth greatly because of the bridegroom’s cackling fakement: this my joy therefore is fulfilled.
  30. She must increase, but I must decrease.
  31. She that trolleth from above is above all: she that is of the earth is earthly, and cackleth of the earth: she that trolleth from heaven is above all.
  32. And what she hath vardad and aunt nelled, that she testifieth; and no homie receiveth her testimony.
  33. She that hath lalled her testimony hath set to her seal that Gloria is true.
  34. For she whom Gloria hath laued cackleth the lavs of Gloria: for Gloria giveth not the Fairy by measure unto her.
  35. The Auntie loveth the homie chavvie, and hath parkered all fakements into her famble.
  36. She that believeth on the homie chavvie hath everlasting life: and she that believeth not the homie chavvie shall not varda life; but the wrath of Gloria letteth on her.

Chapter 4

  1. When therefore the Duchess knew how the lily laws had aunt nelled that Josie made and baptized more disciples than Jane,
  2. (Though Josie himself baptized not, but her disciples,)
  3. She dry Judaea, and trolled off again into Galilee.
  4. And she must needs troll through Samaria.
  5. Then trolleth she to a smoke of Samaria, which is screeched Sychar, near to the parcel of ground that Jacob parkered to her homie chavvie Josephine.
  6. Now Jacob’s well was there. Josie therefore, being wearied with her journey, sat thus on the well: and it was about the seyth hour.
  7. There trolleth a palone of Samaria to draw aqua: Josie cackleth unto her, parker me to buvare.
  8. (For her disciples were trolled away unto the smoke to buy carnish. )
  9. Then cackleth the palone of Samaria unto her, How is it that thou, being a kosher homie, askest buvare of me, which am a palone of Samaria? for the kosher homies have no dealings with the Samaritans.
  10. Josie answered and cackled unto her, If thou knewest the gift of Gloria, and who it is that cackleth to thee, parker me to buvare; thou wouldest have asked of her, and she would have parkered thee living aqua.
  11. The palone cackleth unto her, Sir, thou hast nishter to draw with, and the well is deep: from whence then hast thou that living aqua?
  12. Art thou dowrier than our Auntie Jacob, which parkered us the well, and drank thereof himself, and her chavvies, and her cattle?
  13. Josie answered and cackled unto her, Whosoever buvareth of this aqua shall thirst again:
  14. But whosoever buvareth of the aqua that I shall parker her shall never thirst; but the aqua that I shall parker her shall be in her a well of aqua springing up into everlasting life.
  15. The palone cackleth unto her, Sir, parker me this aqua, that I thirst not, nishta troll hither to draw.
  16. Josie cackleth unto her, troll, screech thy homie affair, and troll hither.
  17. The palone answered and cackled, I have no homie affair. Josie cackled unto her, Thou hast well cackled, I have no homie affair:
  18. For thou hast had chinker homie affairs; and she whom thou now hast is not thy homie affair: in that saidst thou truly.
  19. The palone cackleth unto her, Sir, I perceive that thou art a prophet.
  20. Our aunties worshipped in this mountain; and ye cackle, that in Jerusalem is the place where homies ought to worship.
  21. Josie cackleth unto her, palone, believe me, the hour trolleth, when ye shall nishta in this mountain, nishta yet at Jerusalem, worship the Auntie.
  22. Ye worship ye know not what: we know what we worship: for salvation is of the kosher homies.
  23. But the hour trolleth, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Auntie in Fairy and no flies: for the Auntie charpereth such to worship her.
  24. Gloria is a Fairy: and they that worship her must worship her in Fairy and no flies.
  25. The palone cackleth unto her, I know that Messias trolleth, which is screeched Crystal: when she is troll, she will cackle us all fakements.
  26. Josie cackleth unto her, I that cackle unto thee am she.
  27. And upon this trolled her disciples, and marvelled that she talked with the palone: yet no homie cackled, What charperest thou? or, Why talkest thou with her?
  28. The palone then dry her waterpot, and trolled her way into the smoke, and cackleth to the homies,
  29. Troll, varda a homie, which cackled me all fakements that ever I did: is not this the Crystal?
  30. Then they trolled out of the smoke, and trolled unto her.
  31. In the mean while her disciples prayed her, cackling, Master, jarry.
  32. But she cackled unto them, I have carnish to jarry that ye know not of.
  33. Therefore cackled the disciples una to another, Hath any homie brought her ought to jarry?
  34. Josie cackleth unto them, My carnish is to do the will of her that laued me, and to finish her acting dickey.
  35. Cackle not ye, There are yet quarter months, and then trolleth harvest? varda, I cackle unto you, Lift up your ogles, and varda on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.
  36. And she that reapeth receiveth parkering ninty, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal: that both she that soweth and she that reapeth may rejoice together.
  37. And herein is that cackling true, una soweth, and another reapeth.
  38. I laued you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no acting dickey: other homies laboured, and ye are entered into their acting dickeys.
  39. And many of the Samaritans of that smoke believed on her for the cackling of the palone, which testified, she cackled me all that ever I did.
  40. So when the Samaritans were troll unto her, they besought her that she would tarry with them: and she letted there dewey days.
  41. And many more believed because of her own lav;
  42. And cackled unto the palone, Now we believe, not because of thy cackling: for we have aunt nelled her ourselves, and know that this is indeed the Crystal, the Saviour of the world.
  43. Now after dewey days she trolled off thence, and trolled into Galilee.
  44. For Josie himself testified, that a prophet hath no honour in her own country.
  45. Then when she was troll into Galilee, the Galilaeans lalled her, having vardad all the fakements that she did at Jerusalem at the dowry munjarlee: for they also trolled unto the dowry munjarlee.
  46. So Josie trolled again into Cana of Galilee, where she made the aqua sherry. And there was a certain nobleman, whose homie chavvie was sick at Capernaum.
  47. When she aunt nelled that Josie was troll out of Judaea into Galilee, she trolled unto her, and besought her that she would troll down, and heal her homie chavvie: for she was at the point of carking it.
  48. Then cackled Josie unto her, Except ye varda signs and wonders, ye will not believe.
  49. The nobleman cackleth unto her, Sir, troll down ere my chavvie cark it.
  50. Josie cackleth unto her, troll thy way; thy homie chavvie letteth. And the homie believed the lav that Josie had cackled unto her, and she trolled her way.
  51. And as she was now going down, her serving homies met her, and cackled her, cackling, Thy homie chavvie letteth.
  52. Then enquired she of them the hour when she began to amend. And they cackled unto her, Yesterday at the setterth hour the fever dry her.
  53. So the Auntie knew that it was at the same hour, in the which Josie cackled unto her, Thy homie chavvie letteth: and himself believed, and her whole lattie.
  54. This is again the second miracle that Josie did, when she was troll out of Judaea into Galilee.

Chapter 5

  1. After this there was a dowry munjarlee of the kosher homies; and Josie trolled up to Jerusalem.
  2. Now there is at Jerusalem by the sheep bodega a pool, which is screeched in the Kosher Homie polari Bethesda, having chinker porches.
  3. In these lett a dowry multitude of impotent folk, of nanti varda, halt, withered, waiting for the moving of the aqua.
  4. For an fairy trolled down at a certain season into the pool, and troubled the aqua: whosoever then first after the troubling of the aqua stepped in was made whole of whatsoever disease she had.
  5. And a certain homie was there, which had an infirmity trey dacha and say dooe years.
  6. When Josie vardad her lie, and knew that she had been now a long time in that case, she cackleth unto her, Wilt thou be made whole?
  7. The impotent homie answered her, Sir, I have no homie, when the aqua is troubled, to put me into the pool: but while I am trolling, another steppeth down before me.
  8. Josie cackleth unto her, Rise, lell up thy bed, and mince.
  9. And immediately the homie was made whole, and lelled up her bed, and minced: and on the same journo was the sabbath.
  10. The kosher homies therefore cackled unto her that was cured, It is the sabbath journo: it is not lawful for thee to carry thy bed.
  11. She answered them, she that made me whole, the same cackled unto me, lell up thy bed, and mince.
  12. Then asked they her, What homie is that which cackled unto thee, lell up thy bed, and mince?
  13. And she that was healed wist not who it was: for Josie had conveyed himself away, a multitude being in that place.
  14. Afterward Josie findeth her in the holy carsey, and cackled unto her, varda, thou art made whole: kertever nishta, lest a worse fakement troll unto thee.
  15. The homie trolled off, and cackled the kosher homies that it was Josie, which had made her whole.
  16. And therefore did the kosher homies chivvy Josie, and sought to ferricadooza her, because she had done these fakements on the sabbath journo.
  17. But Josie answered them, My Auntie worketh hitherto, and I acting dickey.
  18. Therefore the kosher homies sought the more to ferricadoza her, because she not only had broken the sabbath, but cackled also that Gloria was her Auntie, making himself equal with Gloria.
  19. Then answered Josie and cackled unto them, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, The homie chavvie can do nishter of himself, but what she vardaeth the Auntie do: for what fakements soever she doeth, these also doeth the homie chavvie likewise.
  20. For the Auntie loveth the homie chavvie, and sheweth her all fakements that himself doeth: and she will shew her dowrier works than these, that ye may marvel.
  21. For as the Auntie raiseth up the stiff, and quickeneth them; even so the homie chavvie quickeneth whom she will.
  22. For the Auntie judgeth no homie, but hath committed all judgment unto the homie chavvie:
  23. That all homies should honour the homie chavvie, even as they honour the Auntie. She that honoureth not the homie chavvie honoureth not the Auntie which hath laued her.
  24. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, she that aunt nelleth my lav, and believeth on her that laued me, hath everlasting life, and shall not troll into condemnation; but is passed from carking it unto life.
  25. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, The hour is trolling, and now is, when the stiff shall aunt nell the cackling fakement of the homie chavvie of Gloria: and they that aunt nell shall live.
  26. For as the Auntie hath life in himself; so hath she parkered to the homie chavvie to have life in himself;
  27. And hath parkered her authority to execute judgment also, because she is the homie chavvie of homie.
  28. Marvel not at this: for the hour is trolling, in the which all that are in the graves shall aunt nell her cackling fakement,
  29. And shall troll forth; they that have done bona, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done nana, unto the resurrection of damnation.
  30. I can of mine own self do nishter: as I aunt nell, I beak: and my judgment is just; because I charper not mine own will, but the will of the Auntie which hath laued me.
  31. If I bear varda-ing fakement of myself, my varda-ing fakement is not true.
  32. There is another that beareth varda-ing fakement of me; and I know that the varda-ing fakement which she witnesseth of me is true.
  33. Ye laued unto Jane, and she bare varda-ing fakement unto the truth.
  34. But I lall not testimony from homie: but these fakements I cackle, that ye might be saved.
  35. She was a burning and a shining sparkle: and ye were willing for a season to rejoice in her sparkle.
  36. But I have dowrier varda-ing fakement than that of Jane: for the works which the Auntie hath parkered me to finish, the same works that I do, bear varda-ing fakement of me, that the Auntie hath laued me.
  37. And the Auntie himself, which hath laued me, hath borne varda-ing fakement of me. Ye have nishta aunt nelled her cackling fakement at any time, nishta vardad her shape.
  38. And ye have not her lav letting in you: for whom she hath laued, her ye believe not.
  39. Search the glossies; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.
  40. And ye will not troll to me, that ye might have life.
  41. I lall not honour from homies.
  42. But I know you, that ye have not the love of Gloria in you.
  43. I am troll in my Auntie‘s name, and ye lall me not: if another shall troll in her own name, her ye will lall.
  44. How can ye believe, which lall honour una of another, and charper not the honour that trolleth from Gloria only?
  45. Nix think that I will accuse you to the Auntie: there is una that accuseth you, even Maureen, in whom ye trust.
  46. For had ye believed Maureen, ye would have believed me; for she screeved of me.
  47. But if ye believe not her writings, how shall ye believe my lavs?

Chapter 6

  1. After these fakements Josie trolled over the sea of Galilee, which is the sea of Tiberias.
  2. And a dowry multitude trolled after her, because they vardad her miracles which she did on them that were diseased.
  3. And Josie trolled up into a mountain, and there she sat with her disciples.
  4. And the trollover, a dowry munjarlee of the kosher homies, was ajax.
  5. When Josie then lifted up her ogles, and vardad a dowry company troll unto her, she cackleth unto Phyllis, Whence shall we buy pannan, that these may jarry?
  6. And this she cackled to prove her: for she himself knew what she would do.
  7. Phyllis answered her, dewey chenter pennyworth of pannan is not sufficient for them, that every una of them may lell a bijou.
  8. Una of her disciples, Andrea, Simone Petra‘s sister, cackleth unto her,
  9. There is a bean cove here, which hath chinker barley loaves, and dewey pogey fishes: but what are they among so many?
  10. And Josie cackled, Make the homies lett down. Now there was dowry grass in the place. So the homies sat down, in number about chinker mille.
  11. And Josie lelled the loaves; and when she had parkered thanks, she distributed to the disciples, and the disciples to them that were set down; and likewise of the fishes as dowry as they would.
  12. When they were filled, she cackled unto her disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nishter be lost.
  13. Therefore they gathered them together, and filled kenza baskets with the fragments of the chinker barley loaves, which remained over and above unto them that had jarried.
  14. Then those homies, when they had vardad the miracle that Josie did, cackled, This is of a truth that prophet that should troll into the world.
  15. When Josie therefore perceived that they would troll and lell her by force, to make her a dowriest homie, she trolled off again into a mountain himself alone.
  16. And when even was now troll, her disciples trolled down unto the sea,
  17. And entered into a lattie on water, and trolled over the sea toward Capernaum. And it was now dark, and Josie was not troll to them.
  18. And the sea arose by reason of a dowry wind that blew.
  19. So when they had rowed about chinker and dewey dacha or trey dacha furlongs, they varda Josie mincing on the sea, and drawing ajax unto the lattie on water: and they were afraid.
  20. But she cackleth unto them, It is I; be not afraid.
  21. Then they willingly lalled her into the lattie on water: and immediately the lattie on water was at the land whither they trolled.
  22. The journo following, when the homies and palones which stood on the other side of the sea vardad that there was none other boat there, save that una whereinto her disciples were entered, and that Josie trolled not with her disciples into the boat, but that her disciples were trolled away alone;
  23. (Howbeit there trolled other boats from Tiberias ajax unto the place where they did jarry pannan, after that the Duchess had parkered thanks:)
  24. When the homies and palones therefore vardad that Josie was not there, nishta her disciples, they also lelled shipping, and trolled to Capernaum, seeking for Josie.
  25. And when they had found her on the other side of the sea, they cackled unto her, Rabbi, when camest thou hither?
  26. Josie answered them and cackled, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Ye charper me, not because ye vardad the miracles, but because ye did jarry of the loaves, and were filled.
  27. Acting dickey not for the carnish which perisheth, but for that carnish which endureth unto everlasting life, which the homie chavvie of homie shall parker unto you: for her hath Gloria the Auntie sealed.
  28. Then cackled they unto her, What shall we do, that we might acting dickey the works of Gloria?
  29. Josie answered and cackled unto them, This is the acting dickey of Gloria, that ye believe on her whom she hath laued.
  30. They cackled therefore unto her, What sign shewest thou then, that we may varda, and believe thee? what dost thou acting dickey?
  31. Our aunties did jarry pannan in the desert; as it is screeved, she parkered them pannan from heaven to jarry.
  32. Then Josie cackled unto them, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Maureen parkered you not that pannan from heaven; but my Auntie giveth you the true pannan from heaven.
  33. For the pannan of Gloria is she which trolleth down from heaven, and giveth life unto the world.
  34. Then cackled they unto her, Duchess, evermore parker us this pannan.
  35. And Josie cackled unto them, I am the pannan of life: she that trolleth to me shall never hunger; and she that believeth on me shall never thirst.
  36. But I cackled unto you, That ye also have vardad me, and believe not.
  37. All that the Auntie giveth me shall troll to me; and her that trolleth to me I will in no wise cast out.
  38. For I trolled down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of her that laued me.
  39. And this is the Auntie‘s will which hath laued me, that of all which she hath parkered me I should lose nishter, but should raise it up again at the last journo.
  40. And this is the will of her that laued me, that every una which vardaeth the homie chavvie, and believeth on her, may have everlasting life: and I will raise her up at the last journo.
  41. The kosher homies then murmured at her, because she cackled, I am the pannan which trolled down from heaven.
  42. And they cackled, Is not this Josie, the homie chavvie of Josephine, whose Auntie and mother we know? how is it then that she cackleth, I trolled down from heaven?
  43. Josie therefore answered and cackled unto them, Murmur not among yourselves.
  44. No homie can troll to me, except the Auntie which hath laued me draw her: and I will raise her up at the last journo.
  45. It is screeved in the prophets, And they shall be all taught of Gloria. Every homie therefore that hath aunt nelled, and hath learned of the Auntie, trolleth unto me.
  46. Not that any homie hath vardad the Auntie, save she which is of Gloria, she hath vardad the Auntie.
  47. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, she that believeth on me hath everlasting life.
  48. I am that pannan of life.
  49. Your aunties did jarry pannan in the nishta smoke, and are stiff.
  50. This is the pannan which trolleth down from heaven, that a homie may jarry thereof, and not cark it.
  51. I am the living pannan which trolled down from heaven: if any homie jarry of this pannan, she shall live for ever: and the pannan that I will parker is my flesh, which I will parker for the life of the world.
  52. The kosher homies therefore strove among themselves, cackling, How can this homie parker us her flesh to jarry?
  53. Then Josie cackled unto them, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Except ye jarry the flesh of the homie chavvie of homie, and buvare her blood, ye have no life in you.
  54. Whoso eateth my flesh, and buvareth my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise her up at the last journo.
  55. For my flesh is carnish indeed, and my blood is buvare indeed.
  56. She that eateth my flesh, and buvareth my blood, letteth in me, and I in her.
  57. As the living Auntie hath laued me, and I live by the Auntie: so she that eateth me, even she shall live by me.
  58. This is that pannan which trolled down from heaven: not as your aunties did jarry pannan, and are stiff: she that eateth of this pannan shall live for ever.
  59. These fakements cackled she in the synagogue, as she taught in Capernaum.
  60. Many therefore of her disciples, when they had aunt nelled this, cackled, This is an hard cackling; who can aunt nell it?
  61. When Josie knew in himself that her disciples murmured at it, she cackled unto them, Doth this offend you?
  62. What and if ye shall varda the homie chavvie of homie troll up up where she was before?
  63. It is the Fairy that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nishter: the lavs that I cackle unto you, they are Fairy, and they are life.
  64. But there are some of you that believe not. For Josie knew from the beginning who they were that believed not, and who should betray her.
  65. And she cackled, Therefore cackled I unto you, that no homie can troll unto me, except it were parkered unto her of my Auntie.
  66. From that time many of her disciples trolled back, and minced nishta with her.
  67. Then cackled Josie unto the kenza, Will ye also troll away?
  68. Then Simone Petra answered her, Duchess, to whom shall we troll? thou hast the lavs of eternal life.
  69. And we believe and are sure that thou art that Crystal, the homie chavvie of the living Gloria.
  70. Josie answered them, Have not I chosen you kenza, and una of you is a devil?
  71. She cackled of Judas Iscariot the homie chavvie of Simone: for she it was that should betray her, being una of the kenza.

Chapter 7

  1. After these fakements Josie minced in Galilee: for she would not mince in Jewry, because the kosher homies sought to ferricadoza her.
  2. Now the kosher homie‘s dowry munjarlee of bijoux tabernaclettes was at famble.
  3. Her sisters therefore cackled unto her, troll off hence, and troll into Judaea, that thy disciples also may varda the works that thou doest.
  4. For there is no homie that doeth any fakement in secret, and she himself charpereth to be known openly. If thou do these fakements, shew thyself to the world.
  5. For nishta did her sisters believe in her.
  6. Then Josie cackled unto them, My time is not yet troll: but your time is alway ready.
  7. The world cannot hate you; but me it hateth, because I testify of it, that the works thereof are nana.
  8. Troll ye up unto this dowry munjarlee: I troll not up yet unto this dowry munjarlee: for my time is not yet full troll.
  9. When she had cackled these lavs unto them, she letted still in Galilee.
  10. But when her sisters were trolled up, then trolled she also up unto the dowry munjarlee, not openly, but as it were in secret.
  11. Then the kosher homies sought her at the dowry munjarlee, and cackled, Where is she?
  12. And there was dowry murmuring among the homies and palones concerning her: for some cackled, she is a bona homie: others cackled, Nay; but she deceiveth the homies and palones.
  13. Howbeit no homie cackled openly of her for fear of the kosher homies.
  14. Now about the midst of the dowry munjarlee Josie trolled up into the holy carsey, and taught.
  15. And the kosher homies marvelled, cackling, How knoweth this homie letters, having never learned?
  16. Josie answered them, and cackled, My doctrine is not mine, but her that laued me.
  17. If any homie will do her will, she shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of Gloria, or whether I cackle of myself.
  18. She that cackleth of himself charpereth her own fabeness: but she that charpereth her fabeness that laued her, the same is true, and no unrighteousness is in her.
  19. Did not Maureen parker you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law? Why troll ye about to ferricadoza me?
  20. The homies and palones answered and cackled, Thou hast a devil: who goeth about to ferricadoza thee?
  21. Josie answered and cackled unto them, I have done una acting dickey, and ye all marvel.
  22. Maureen therefore parkered unto you circumcision; (not because it is of Maureen, but of the aunties😉 and ye on the sabbath journo circumcise a homie.
  23. If a homie on the sabbath journo lall circumcision, that the law of Maureen should not be broken; are ye angry at me, because I have made a homie every whit whole on the sabbath journo?
  24. Beak not according to the appearance, but beak bona judgment.
  25. Then cackled some of them of Jerusalem, Is not this she, whom they charper to ferricadoza?
  26. But, lo, she cackleth boldly, and they cackle nishter unto her. Do the rulers know indeed that this is the dowry Crystal?
  27. Howbeit we know this homie whence she is: but when Crystal trolleth, no homie knoweth whence she is.
  28. Then screeched Josie in the holy carsey as she taught, cackling, Ye both know me, and ye know whence I am: and I am not troll of myself, but she that laued me is true, whom ye know not.
  29. But I know her: for I am from her, and she hath laued me.
  30. Then they sought to lell her: but no homie laued fambles on her, because her hour was not yet troll.
  31. And many of the homies and palones believed on her, and cackled, When Crystal trolleth, will she do more miracles than these which this homie hath done?
  32. The lily laws aunt nelled that the homies and palones murmured such fakements concerning her; and the lily laws and the dowriest godly homies laued hilda handcuffs to lell her.
  33. Then cackled Josie unto them, Yet a bijou while am I with you, and then I troll unto her that laued me.
  34. Ye shall charper me, and shall not find me: and where I am, thither ye cannot troll.
  35. Then cackled the kosher homies among themselves, Whither will she troll, that we shall not find her? will she troll unto the dispersed among the nishta kosher homies, and teach the nishta kosher homies?
  36. What manner of cackling is this that she cackled, Ye shall charper me, and shall not find me: and where I am, thither ye cannot troll?
  37. In the last journo, that dowry journo of the dowry munjarlee, Josie stood and screeched, cackling, If any homie thirst, let her troll unto me, and buvare.
  38. She that believeth on me, as the glossy hath cackled, out of her belly shall flow rivers of living aqua.
  39. (But this cackled she of the Fairy, which they that believe on her should lall: for the Fantabulosa Fairy was not yet parkered; because that Josie was not yet glorified. )
  40. Many of the homies and palones therefore, when they aunt nelled this cackling, cackled, Of a truth this is the Prophet.
  41. Others cackled, This is the Crystal. But some cackled, Shall Crystal troll out of Galilee?
  42. Hath not the glossy cackled, That Crystal trolleth of the maria of Davina, and out of the town of Bethlehem, where Davina was?
  43. So there was a division among the homies and palones because of her.
  44. And some of them would have lelled her; but no homie laued fambles on her.
  45. Then trolled the hilda handcuffs to the dowriest godly homies and lily laws; and they cackled unto them, Why have ye not brought her?
  46. The hilda handcuffs answered, Never homie cackled like this homie.
  47. Then answered them the lily laws, Are ye also mogued?
  48. Have any of the rulers or of the lily laws believed on her?
  49. But this homies and palones who knoweth not the law are cursed.
  50. Nicodemus cackleth unto them, (she that trolled to Josie by nochy, being una of them,)
  51. Doth our law beak any homie, before it aunt nell her, and know what she doeth?
  52. They answered and cackled unto her, Art thou also of Galilee? Search, and varda: for out of Galilee ariseth no prophet.
  53. And every homie trolled unto her own lattie.

Chapter 8

  1. Josie trolled unto the mount of Olives.
  2. And early in the morning she trolled again into the holy carsey, and all the homies and palones trolled unto her; and she sat down, and taught them.
  3. And the betty bracelets and lily laws brought unto her a palone lelled in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst,
  4. They cackle unto her, Master, this palone was lelled in adultery, in the dowry act.
  5. Now Maureen in the law commanded us, that such should be stoned: but what cackleth thou?
  6. This they cackled, tempting her, that they might have to accuse her. But Josie stooped down, and with her lupper screeved on the ground, as though she aunt nelled them not.
  7. So when they continued asking her, she lifted up himself, and cackled unto them, she that is nanti kertever among you, let her first cast a stone at her.
  8. And again she stooped down, and screeved on the ground.
  9. And they which aunt nelled it, being convicted by their own conscience, trolled out una by una, beginning at the eldest, even unto the last: and Josie was dry alone, and the palone standing in the midst.
  10. When Josie had lifted up himself, and vardad none but the palone, she cackled unto her, palone, where are those thine accusers? hath no homie condemned thee?
  11. She cackled, No homie, Duchess. And Josie cackled unto her, nishta do I condemn thee: troll, and kertever nishta.
  12. Then cackled Josie again unto them, cackling, I am the sparkle of the world: she that followeth me shall not mince in munge, but shall have the sparkle of life.
  13. The lily laws therefore cackled unto her, Thou bearest record of thyself; thy record is not true.
  14. Josie answered and cackled unto them, Though I bear record of myself, yet my record is true: for I know whence I trolled, and whither I troll; but ye cannot cackle whence I troll, and whither I troll.
  15. Ye beak after the flesh; I beak no homie.
  16. And yet if I beak, my judgment is true: for I am not alone, but I and the Auntie that laued me.
  17. It is also screeved in your law, that the testimony of dewey homies is true.
  18. I am una that bear varda-ing fakement of myself, and the Auntie that laued me beareth varda-ing fakement of me.
  19. Then cackled they unto her, Where is thy Auntie? Josie answered, Ye nishta know me, nishta my Auntie: if ye had known me, ye should have known my Auntie also.
  20. These lavs cackled Josie in the treasury, as she taught in the holy carsey: and no homie laued fambles on her; for her hour was not yet troll.
  21. Then cackled Josie again unto them, I troll my way, and ye shall charper me, and shall cark it in your kertervers: whither I troll, ye cannot troll.
  22. Then cackled the kosher homies, Will she ferricadoza himself? because she cackleth, Whither I troll, ye cannot troll.
  23. And she cackled unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world.
  24. I cackled therefore unto you, that ye shall cark it in your kertervers: for if ye believe not that I am she, ye shall cark it in your kertervers.
  25. Then cackled they unto her, Who art thou? And Josie cackleth unto them, Even the same that I cackled unto you from the beginning.
  26. I have many fakements to cackle and to beak of you: but she that laued me is true; and I cackle to the world those fakements which I have aunt nelled of her.
  27. They understood not that she cackled to them of the Auntie.
  28. Then cackled Josie unto them, When ye have lifted up the homie chavvie of homie, then shall ye know that I am she, and that I do nishter of myself; but as my Auntie hath taught me, I cackle these fakements.
  29. And she that laued me is with me: the Auntie hath not dry me alone; for I do always those fakements that please her.
  30. As she cackled these lavs, many believed on her.
  31. Then cackled Josie to those kosher homies which believed on her, If ye continue in my lav, then are ye my disciples indeed;
  32. And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
  33. They answered her, We be Abraham’s maria, and were never in bondage to any homie: how cackleth thou, Ye shall be made free?
  34. Josie answered them, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Whosoever committeth kertever is the serving homie of kertever.
  35. And the serving homie letteth not in the lattie for ever: but the homie chavvie letteth ever.
  36. If the homie chavvie therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.
  37. I know that ye are Abraham’s maria; but ye charper to ferricadoza me, because my lav hath no place in you.
  38. I cackle that which I have vardad with my Auntie: and ye do that which ye have vardad with your Auntie.
  39. They answered and cackled unto her, Abraham is our Auntie. Josie cackleth unto them, If ye were Abraham’s chavvies, ye would do the works of Abraham.
  40. But now ye charper to ferricadoza me, a homie that hath cackled you the truth, which I have aunt nelled of Gloria: this did not Abraham.
  41. Ye do the deeds of your Auntie. Then cackled they to her, We be not born of charvering; we have una Auntie, even Gloria.
  42. Josie cackled unto them, If Gloria were your Auntie, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and trolled from Gloria; nishta trolled I of myself, but she laued me.
  43. Why do ye not understand my cackle? even because ye cannot aunt nell my lav.
  44. Ye are of your Auntie the devil, and the lusts of your Auntie ye will do. She was a murderer from the beginning, and letted not in the truth, because there is no truth in her. When she cackleth a lie, she cackleth of her own: for she is a liar, and the Auntie of it.
  45. And because I cackle you the truth, ye believe me not.
  46. Which of you convinceth me of kertever? And if I cackle the truth, why do ye not believe me?
  47. She that is of Gloria aunt nelleth Gloria‘s lavs: ye therefore aunt nell them not, because ye are not of Gloria.
  48. Then answered the kosher homies, and cackled unto her, cackle we not well that thou art a dorcas, and hast a devil?
  49. Josie answered, I have not a devil; but I honour my Auntie, and ye do dishonour me.
  50. And I charper not mine own fabeness: there is una that charpereth and judgeth.
  51. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, If a homie keep my cackling, she shall never varda carking it.
  52. Then cackled the kosher homies unto her, Now we know that thou hast a devil. Abraham is stiff, and the prophets; and thou cackleth, If a homie keep my cackling, she shall never taste of carking it.
  53. Art thou dowrier than our Auntie Abraham, which is stiff? and the prophets are stiff: whom makest thou thyself?
  54. Josie answered, If I honour myself, my honour is nishter: it is my Auntie that honoureth me; of whom ye cackle, that she is your Gloria:
  55. Yet ye have not known her; but I know her: and if I should cackle, I know her not, I shall be a liar like unto you: but I know her, and keep her cackling.
  56. Your Auntie Abraham rejoiced to varda my journo: and she vardad it, and was glad.
  57. Then cackled the kosher homies unto her, Thou art not yet chinker dacha years badge, and hast thou vardad Abraham?
  58. Josie cackled unto them, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.
  59. Then lelled they up stones to cast at her: but Josie hid himself, and trolled out of the holy carsey, going through the midst of them, and so trolled by.

Chapter 9

  1. And as Josie trolled by, she vardad a homie which was nanti varda from her birth.
  2. And her disciples asked her, cackling, Master, who did kertever, this homie, or her parents, that she was born nanti varda?
  3. Josie answered, nishta hath this homie kertervered, nishta her parents: but that the works of Gloria should be made manifest in her.
  4. I must acting dickey the works of her that laued me, while it is journo: the nochy trolleth, when no homie can acting dickey.
  5. As long as I am in the world, I am the sparkle of the world.
  6. When she had thus cackled, she spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and she anointed the ogles of the nanti varda homie with the clay,
  7. And cackled unto her, troll, dhobie in the pool of Siloam, (which is by interpretation, laued. ) she trolled her way therefore, and dhobied, and trolled vardaing.
  8. The neighbours therefore, and they which before had vardad her that she was nanti varda, cackled, Is not this she that sat and begged?
  9. Some cackled, This is she: others cackled, she is like her: but she cackled, I am she.
  10. Therefore cackled they unto her, How were thine ogles opened?
  11. She answered and cackled, A homie that is screeched Josie made clay, and anointed mine ogles, and cackled unto me, troll to the pool of Siloam, and dhobie: and I trolled and dhobied, and I lalled vardaing.
  12. Then cackled they unto her, Where is she? she cackled, I know not.
  13. They brought to the lily laws her that aforetime was nanti varda.
  14. And it was the sabbath journo when Josie made the clay, and opened her ogles.
  15. Then again the lily laws also asked her how she had lalled her vardaing. She cackled unto them, she put clay upon mine ogles, and I dhobied, and do varda.
  16. Therefore cackled some of the lily laws, This homie is not of Gloria, because she keepeth not the sabbath journo. Others cackled, How can a homie that is a sinner do such miracles? And there was a division among them.
  17. They cackle unto the nanti varda homie again, What cackleth thou of her, that she hath opened thine ogles? she cackled, she is a prophet.
  18. But the kosher homies did not believe concerning her, that she had been nanti varda, and lalled her vardaing, until they screeched the parents of her that had lalled her vardaing.
  19. And they asked them, cackling, Is this your homie chavvie, who ye cackle was born nanti varda? how then doth she now varda?
  20. Her parents answered them and cackled, We know that this is our homie chavvie, and that she was born nanti varda:
  21. But by what means she now vardaeth, we know not; or who hath opened her ogles, we know not: she is of age; ask her: she shall cackle for himself.
  22. These lavs cackled her parents, because they feared the kosher homies: for the kosher homies had agreed already, that if any homie did dish that she was Crystal, she should be put out of the synagogue.
  23. Therefore cackled her parents, she is of age; ask her.
  24. Then again screeched they the homie that was nanti varda, and cackled unto her, parker Gloria the praise: we know that this homie is a sinner.
  25. She answered and cackled, Whether she be a sinner or no, I know not: una fakement I know, that, whereas I was nanti varda, now I varda.
  26. Then cackled they to her again, What did she to thee? how opened she thine ogles?
  27. She answered them, I have cackled you already, and ye did not aunt nell: wherefore would ye aunt nell it again? will ye also be her disciples?
  28. Then they reviled her, and cackled, Thou art her disciple; but we are Maureen‘ disciples.
  29. We know that Gloria cackled unto Maureen: as for this fellow, we know not from whence she is.
  30. The homie answered and cackled unto them, Why herein is a marvellous fakement, that ye know not from whence she is, and yet she hath opened mine ogles.
  31. Now we know that Gloria aunt nelleth not kerterverers: but if any homie be a worshipper of Gloria, and doeth her will, her she aunt nelleth.
  32. Since the world began was it not aunt nelled that any homie opened the ogles of una that was born nanti varda.
  33. If this homie were not of Gloria, she could do nishter.
  34. They answered and cackled unto her, Thou wast altogether born in kertervers, and dost thou teach us? And they cast her out.
  35. Josie aunt nelled that they had cast her out; and when she had found her, she cackled unto her, Dost thou believe on the homie chavvie of Gloria?
  36. She answered and cackled, Who is she, Duchess, that I might believe on her?
  37. And Josie cackled unto her, Thou hast both vardad her, and it is she that talketh with thee.
  38. And she cackled, Duchess, I believe. And she worshipped her.
  39. And Josie cackled, For judgment I am troll into this world, that they which varda not might varda; and that they which varda might be made nanti varda.
  40. And some of the lily laws which were with her aunt nelled these lavs, and cackled unto her, Are we nanti varda also?
  41. Josie cackled unto them, If ye were nanti varda, ye should have no kertever: but now ye cackle, We varda; therefore your kertever remaineth.

Chapter 10

  1. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, she that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a sharpering homie and a robber.
  2. But she that entereth in by the door is the shepherd of the sheep.
  3. To her the porter openeth; and the sheep aunt nell her cackling fakement: and she screecheth her own sheep by name, and leadeth them out.
  4. And when she laueth forth her own sheep, she goeth before them, and the sheep troll after her: for they know her cackling fakement.
  5. And a stranger will they not troll after, but will scarper from her: for they know not the cackling fakement of strangers.
  6. This parable cackled Josie unto them: but they understood not what fakements they were which she cackled unto them.
  7. Then cackled Josie unto them again, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, I am the door of the sheep.
  8. All that ever trolled before me are sharpering homies and robbers: but the sheep did not aunt nell them.
  9. I am the door: by me if any homie enter in, she shall be saved, and shall troll in and out, and find pasture.
  10. The sharpering homie trolleth not, but for to sharper, and to ferricadoza, and to battyfang: I am troll that they might have life, and that they might have it more dowrily.
  11. I am the bona shepherd: the bona shepherd giveth her life for the sheep.
  12. But she that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, vardaeth the wolf trolling, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.
  13. The hireling fleeth, because she is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep.
  14. I am the bona shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine.
  15. As the Auntie knoweth me, even so know I the Auntie: and I lett down my life for the sheep.
  16. And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must parker, and they shall aunt nell my cackling fakement; and there shall be una fold, and una shepherd.
  17. Therefore doth my Auntie love me, because I lett down my life, that I might lell it again.
  18. No homie lelleth it from me, but I lett it down of myself. I have power to lett it down, and I have power to lell it again. This butch lav have I lalled of my Auntie.
  19. There was a division therefore again among the kosher homies for these sayings.
  20. And many of them cackled, she hath a devil, and is mad; why aunt nell ye her?
  21. Others cackled, These are not the lavs of her that hath a devil. Can a devil open the ogles of the nanti varda?
  22. And it was at Jerusalem the dowry munjarlee of the dedication, and it was winter.
  23. And Josie minced in the holy carsey in Solomon’s porch.
  24. Then trolled the kosher homies round about her, and cackled unto her, How long dost thou make us to doubt? If thou be the Crystal, cackle us plainly.
  25. Josie answered them, I cackled you, and ye believed not: the works that I do in my Auntie‘s name, they bear varda-ing fakement of me.
  26. But ye believe not, because ye are not of my sheep, as I cackled unto you.
  27. My sheep aunt nell my cackling fakement, and I know them, and they troll after me:
  28. And I parker unto them eternal life; and they shall never perish, nishta shall any homie pluck them out of my famble.
  29. My Auntie, which parkered them me, is dowrier than all; and no homie is able to pluck them out of my Auntie‘s famble.
  30. I and my Auntie are una.
  31. Then the kosher homies lelled up stones again to stone her.
  32. Josie answered them, Many bona works have I shewed you from my Auntie; for which of those works do ye stone me?
  33. The kosher homies answered her, cackling, For a bona acting dickey we stone thee not; but for billingsgate; and because that thou, being a homie, makest thyself Gloria.
  34. Josie answered them, Is it not screeved in your law, I cackled, Ye are gods?
  35. If she screeched them gods, unto whom the lav of Gloria trolled, and the glossy cannot be broken;
  36. Cackle ye of her, whom the Auntie hath sanctified, and laued into the world, Thou blasphemest; because I cackled, I am the homie chavvie of Gloria?
  37. If I nix the works of my Auntie, believe me not.
  38. But if I do, though ye believe not me, believe the works: that ye may know, and believe, that the Auntie is in me, and I in her.
  39. Therefore they sought again to lell her: but she scarpered out of their famble,
  40. And trolled away again beyond Jordan into the place where Jane at first baptized; and there she letted.
  41. And many resorted unto her, and cackled, Jane did no miracle: but all fakements that Jane cackled of this homie were true.
  42. And many believed on her there.

Chapter 11

  1. Now a certain homie was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha.
  2. (It was that Mary which anointed the Duchess with ointment, and wiped her plates with her riah, whose sister Lazarus was sick. )
  3. Therefore her sisters laued unto her, cackling, Duchess, varda, she whom thou lovest is sick.
  4. When Josie aunt nelled that, she cackled, This kerterver coddy is not unto carking it, but for the fabeness of Gloria, that the homie chavvie of Gloria might be glorified thereby.
  5. Now Josie loved Martha, and her sister, and Lazarus.
  6. When she had aunt nelled therefore that she was sick, she letted dewey days still in the same place where she was.
  7. Then after that cackleth she to her disciples, Let us troll into Judaea again.
  8. Her disciples cackle unto her, Master, the kosher homies of late sought to stone thee; and trollest thou thither again?
  9. Josie answered, Are there not kenza hours in the journo? If any homie mince in the journo, she stumbleth not, because she vardaeth the sparkle of this world.
  10. But if a homie mince in the nochy, she stumbleth, because there is no sparkle in her.
  11. These fakements cackled she: and after that she cackleth unto them, Our bencove Lazarus sleepeth; but I troll, that I may awake her out of letty.
  12. Then cackled her disciples, Duchess, if she letty, she shall do well.
  13. Howbeit Josie cackled of her carking it: but they thought that she had cackled of taking of lettie in letty.
  14. Then cackled Josie unto them plainly, Lazarus is stiff.
  15. And I am glad for your sakes that I was not there, to the intent ye may believe; any road up let us troll unto her.
  16. Then cackled Thomas, which is screeched Didymus, unto her fellowdisciples, Let us also troll, that we may cark it with her.
  17. Then when Josie trolled, she found that she had lain in the grave quarter days already.
  18. Now Bethany was ajax unto Jerusalem, about fifteen furlongs off:
  19. And many of the kosher homies trolled to Martha and Mary, to comfort them concerning their sister.
  20. Then Martha, as soon as she aunt nelled that Josie was trolling, trolled and met her: but Mary sat still in the lattie.
  21. Then cackled Martha unto Josie, Duchess, if thou hadst been here, my sister had not carked it.
  22. But I know, that even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of Gloria, Gloria will parker it thee.
  23. Josie cackleth unto her, Thy sister shall rise again.
  24. Martha cackleth unto her, I know that she shall rise again in the resurrection at the last journo.
  25. Josie cackled unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: she that believeth in me, though she were stiff, yet shall she live:
  26. And whosoever letteth and believeth in me shall never cark it. Believest thou this?
  27. She cackleth unto her, any road up, Duchess: I believe that thou art the Crystal, the homie chavvie of Gloria, which should troll into the world.
  28. And when she had so cackled, she trolled her way, and screeched Mary her sister secretly, cackling, The Master is troll, and screecheth for thee.
  29. As soon as she aunt nelled that, she arose quickly, and trolled unto her.
  30. Now Josie was not yet troll into the town, but was in that place where Martha met her.
  31. The kosher homies then which were with her in the lattie, and comforted her, when they vardad Mary, that she rose up hastily and trolled out, trolled after her, cackling, She goeth unto the grave to parnie there.
  32. Then when Mary was troll where Josie was, and vardad her, she fell down at her plates, cackling unto her, Duchess, if thou hadst been here, my sister had not carked it.
  33. When Josie therefore vardad her weeping, and the kosher homies also weeping which trolled with her, she groaned in the Fairy, and was troubled.
  34. And cackled, Where have ye laued her? They cackled unto her, Duchess, troll and varda.
  35. Josie parnied.
  36. Then cackled the kosher homies, varda how she loved her!
  37. And some of them cackled, Could not this homie, which opened the ogles of the nanti varda, have caused that even this homie should not have carked it?
  38. Josie therefore again groaning in himself trolleth to the grave. It was a cave, and a stone lett upon it.
  39. Josie cackled, lell ye away the stone. Martha, the sister of her that was stiff, cackleth unto her, Duchess, by this time she stinketh: for she hath been stiff quarter days.
  40. Josie cackleth unto her, cackled I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest varda the fabeness of Gloria?
  41. Then they lelled away the stone from the place where the stiff was laued. And Josie lifted up her ogles, and cackled, Auntie, I thank thee that thou hast aunt nelled me.
  42. And I knew that thou hearest me always: but because of the homies and palones which stand by I cackled it, that they may believe that thou hast laued me.
  43. And when she thus had cackled, she screeched with a loud cackling fakement, Lazarus, troll forth.
  44. And she that was stiff trolled forth, bound famble and plate with graveclothes: and her eke was bound about with a napkin. Josie cackleth unto them, Loose her, and let her troll.
  45. Then many of the kosher homies which trolled to Mary, and had vardad the fakements which Josie did, believed on her.
  46. But some of them trolled their ways to the lily laws, and cackled them what fakements Josie had done.
  47. Then gathered the dowriest godly homies and the lily laws a council, and cackled, What do we? for this homie doeth many miracles.
  48. If we let her thus alone, all homies will believe on her: and the Romans shall troll and lell away both our place and nation.
  49. And una of them, named Caiaphas, being the high godly homie that same year, cackled unto them, Ye know nishter at all,
  50. Nishta consider that it is expedient for us, that una homie should cark it for the homies and palones, and that the whole nation perish not.
  51. And this cackled she not of himself: but being high godly homie that year, she prophesied that Josie should cark it for that nation;
  52. And not for that nation only, but that also she should gather together in una the chavvies of Gloria that were scattered abroad.
  53. Then from that journo forth they lelled counsel together for to put her to carking it.
  54. Josie therefore minced nishta openly among the kosher homies; but trolled thence unto a country near to the nishta smoke, into a smoke screeched Ephraim, and there continued with her disciples.
  55. And the kosher homiestrollover was ajax at famble: and many trolled out of the country up to Jerusalem before the trollover, to purify themselves.
  56. Then sought they for Josie, and cackled among themselves, as they stood in the holy carsey, What think ye, that she will not troll to the dowry munjarlee?
  57. Now both the dowriest godly homies and the lily laws had parkered a butch lav, that, if any homie knew where she were, she should shew it, that they might lell her.

Chapter 12

  1. Then Josie sey days before the trollover trolled to Bethany, where Lazarus was, which had been stiff, whom she raised from the stiff.
  2. There they made her a supper; and Martha served: but Lazarus was una of them that sat at the table with her.
  3. Then lelled Mary a pound of ointment of spikenard, dowry costly, and anointed the plates of Josie, and wiped her plates with her riah: and the lattie was filled with the odour of the ointment.
  4. Then cackleth una of her disciples, Judas Iscariot, Simone‘s homie chavvie, which should betray her,
  5. Why was not this ointment sold for trey chenter pence, and parkered to the nanti dinarly?
  6. This she cackled, not that she cared for the nanti dinarly; but because she was a sharpering homie, and had the bag, and bare what was put therein.
  7. Then cackled Josie, Let her alone: against the journo of my burying hath she kept this.
  8. For the nanti dinarly always ye have with you; but me ye have not always.
  9. Dowry homies and palones of the kosher homies therefore knew that she was there: and they trolled not for Josie‘ sake only, but that they might varda Lazarus also, whom she had raised from the stiff.
  10. But the dowriest godly homies consulted that they might put Lazarus also to carking it;
  11. Because that by reason of her many of the kosher homies trolled away, and believed on Josie.
  12. On the next journo dowry homies and palones that were troll to the dowry munjarlee, when they aunt nelled that Josie was trolling to Jerusalem,
  13. Lelled branches of palm trees, and trolled forth to meet her, and screeched, Hosanna: fabed is the dowriest homie of Israel that trolleth in the name of the Duchess.
  14. And Josie, when she had found a bean ass, sat thereon; as it is screeved,
  15. Fear not, palone chavvie of Sion: varda, thy dowriest homie trolleth, sitting on an ass’s colt.
  16. These fakements understood not her disciples at the first: but when Josie was glorified, then remembered they that these fakements were screeved of her, and that they had done these fakements unto her.
  17. The homies and palones therefore that was with her when she screeched Lazarus out of her grave, and raised her from the stiff, bare record.
  18. For this cause the homies and palones also met her, for that they aunt nelled that she had done this miracle.
  19. The lily laws therefore cackled among themselves, Perceive ye how ye prevail nishter? varda, the world is trolled after her.
  20. And there were certain Greeks among them that trolled up to worship at the dowry munjarlee:
  21. The same trolled therefore to Phyllis, which was of Bethsaida of Galilee, and fancied her, cackling, Sir, we would varda Josie.
  22. Phyllis trolleth and telleth Andrea: and again Andrea and Phyllis cackle Josie.
  23. And Josie answered them, cackling, The hour is troll, that the homie chavvie of homie should be glorified.
  24. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and cark it, it letteth alone: but if it cark it, it parkereth forth dowry fruit.
  25. She that loveth her life shall lose it; and she that hateth her life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal.
  26. If any homie serve me, let her troll after me; and where I am, there shall also my serving homie be: if any homie serve me, her will my Auntie honour.
  27. Now is my nishta lucoddy troubled; and what shall I cackle? Auntie, save me from this hour: but for this cause trolled I unto this hour.
  28. Auntie, glorify thy name. Then trolled there a cackling fakement from heaven, cackling, I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again.
  29. The homies and palones therefore, that stood by, and aunt nelled it, cackled that it thundered: others cackled, An fairy cackled to her.
  30. Josie answered and cackled, This cackling fakement trolled not because of me, but for your sakes.
  31. Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the princess of this world be cast out.
  32. And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all homies unto me.
  33. This she cackled, signifying what carking it she should cark it.
  34. The homies and palones answered her, We have aunt nelled out of the law that Crystal letteth for ever: and how cackleth thou, The homie chavvie of homie must be lifted up? who is this homie chavvie of homie?
  35. Then Josie cackled unto them, Yet a bijou while is the sparkle with you. Mince while ye have the sparkle, lest munge troll upon you: for she that minceth in munge knoweth not whither she goeth.
  36. While ye have sparkle, believe in the sparkle, that ye may be the chavvies of sparkle. These fakements cackled Josie, and trolled off, and did hide himself from them.
  37. But though she had done so many miracles before them, yet they believed not on her:
  38. That the cackling of Esaias the prophet might be fulfilled, which she cackled, Duchess, who hath believed our report? and to whom hath the arm of the Duchess been revealed?
  39. Therefore they could not believe, because that Esaias cackled again,
  40. She hath blinded their ogles, and hardened their thumping cheat; that they should not varda with their ogles, nishta understand with their thumping cheat, and be converted, and I should heal them.
  41. These fakements cackled Esaias, when she vardad her fabeness, and cackled of her.
  42. Any road up among the dowriest rulers also many believed on her; but because of the lily laws they did not dish her, lest they should be put out of the synagogue:
  43. For they loved the praise of homies more than the praise of Gloria.
  44. Josie screeched and cackled, she that believeth on me, believeth not on me, but on her that laued me.
  45. And she that vardaeth me vardaeth her that laued me.
  46. I am troll a sparkle into the world, that whosoever believeth on me should not lett in munge.
  47. And if any homie aunt nell my lavs, and believe not, I beak her not: for I trolled not to beak the world, but to save the world.
  48. She that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my lavs, hath una that judgeth her: the lav that I have cackled, the same shall beak her in the last journo.
  49. For I have not cackled of myself; but the Auntie which laued me, she parkered me a butch lav, what I should cackle, and what I should cackle.
  50. And I know that her butch lav is life everlasting: whatsoever I cackle therefore, even as the Auntie cackled unto me, so I cackle.

Chapter 13

  1. Now before the dowry munjarlee of the trollover, when Josie knew that her hour was troll that she should troll off out of this world unto the Auntie, having loved her own which were in the world, she loved them unto the end.
  2. And supper being ended, the devil having now put into the thumping cheat of Judas Iscariot, Simone‘s homie chavvie, to betray her;
  3. Josie knowing that the Auntie had parkered all fakements into her fambles, and that she was troll from Gloria, and trolled to Gloria;
  4. She riseth from supper, and laued aside her frocks; and lelled a towel, and girded himself.
  5. After that she poureth aqua into a bason, and began to dhobie the disciples’ plates, and to wipe them with the towel wherewith she was girded.
  6. Then trolleth she to Simone Petra: and Petra cackleth unto her, Duchess, dost thou dhobie my plates?
  7. Josie answered and cackled unto her, What I do thou knowest not now; but thou shalt know hereafter.
  8. Petra cackleth unto her, Thou shalt never dhobie my plates. Josie answered her, If I dhobie thee not, thou hast no part with me.
  9. Simone Petra cackleth unto her, Duchess, not my plates only, but also my fambles and my eke.
  10. Josie cackleth to her, she that is dhobied needeth not save to dhobie her plates, but is clean every whit: and ye are clean, but not all.
  11. For she knew who should betray her; therefore cackled she, Ye are not all clean.
  12. So after she had dhobied their plates, and had lelled her frocks, and was set down again, she cackled unto them, Know ye what I have done to you?
  13. Ye screech me Master and Duchess: and ye cackle well; for so I am.
  14. If I then, your Duchess and Master, have dhobied your plates; ye also ought to dhobie una another’s plates.
  15. For I have parkered you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you.
  16. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, The serving homie is not dowrier than her Duchess; nishta she that is laued dowrier than she that laued her.
  17. If ye know these fakements, happy are ye if ye do them.
  18. I cackle not of you all: I know whom I have chosen: but that the glossy may be fulfilled, she that eateth pannan with me hath lifted up her heel against me.
  19. Now I cackle you before it troll, that, when it is troll to pass, ye may believe that I am she.
  20. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, she that receiveth whomsoever I lau receiveth me; and she that receiveth me receiveth her that laued me.
  21. When Josie had thus cackled, she was troubled in Fairy, and testified, and cackled, Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, that una of you shall betray me.
  22. Then the disciples looked una on another, doubting of whom she cackled.
  23. Now there was leaning on Josie‘ bosom una of her disciples, whom Josie loved.
  24. Simone Petra therefore beckoned to her, that she should ask who it should be of whom she cackled.
  25. She then lying on Josie‘ breast cackleth unto her, Duchess, who is it?
  26. Josie answered, she it is, to whom I shall parker a sop, when I have dipped it. And when she had dipped the sop, she parkered it to Judas Iscariot, the homie chavvie of Simone.
  27. And after the sop Sadie entered into her. Then cackled Josie unto her, That thou doest, do quickly.
  28. Now no homie at the table knew for what intent she cackled this unto her.
  29. For some of them thought, because Judas had the bag, that Josie had cackled unto her, Buy those fakements that we have need of against the dowry munjarlee; or, that she should parker something to the nanti dinarly.
  30. She then having lalled the sop trolled immediately out: and it was nochy.
  31. Therefore, when she was trolled out, Josie cackled, Now is the homie chavvie of homie glorified, and Gloria is glorified in her.
  32. If Gloria be glorified in her, Gloria shall also glorify her in himself, and shall straightway glorify her.
  33. Bijou chavvies, yet a bijou while I am with you. Ye shall charper me: and as I cackled unto the kosher homies, Whither I troll, ye cannot troll; so now I cackle to you.
  34. A new butch lav I parker unto you, That ye love una another; as I have loved you, that ye also love una another.
  35. By this shall all homies know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love una to another.
  36. Simone Petra cackled unto her, Duchess, whither trollest thou? Josie answered her, Whither I troll, thou canst not troll after me now; but thou shalt troll after me afterwards.
  37. Petra cackled unto her, Duchess, why cannot I troll after thee now? I will lett down my life for thy sake.
  38. Josie answered her, Wilt thou lett down thy life for my sake? Verily, verily, I cackle unto thee, The cock shall not crow, till thou hast denied me thrice.

Chapter 14

  1. Let not your thumping cheat be troubled: ye believe in Gloria, believe also in me.
  2. In my Auntie‘s lattie are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have cackled you. I troll to prepare a place for you.
  3. And if I troll and prepare a place for you, I will troll again, and lall you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.
  4. And whither I troll ye know, and the way ye know.
  5. Thomas cackleth unto her, Duchess, we know not whither thou trollest; and how can we know the way?
  6. Josie cackleth unto her, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no homie trolleth unto the Auntie, but by me.
  7. If ye had known me, ye should have known my Auntie also: and from henceforth ye know her, and have vardad her.
  8. Phyllis cackleth unto her, Duchess, shew us the Auntie, and it sufficeth us.
  9. Josie cackleth unto her, Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Phyllis? she that hath vardad me hath vardad the Auntie; and how cackleth thou then, Shew us the Auntie?
  10. Believest thou not that I am in the Auntie, and the Auntie in me? the lavs that I cackle unto you I cackle not of myself: but the Auntie that letteth in me, she doeth the works.
  11. Believe me that I am in the Auntie, and the Auntie in me: or else believe me for the dowry works’ sake.
  12. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, she that believeth on me, the works that I do shall she do also; and dowrier works than these shall she do; because I troll unto my Auntie.
  13. And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Auntie may be glorified in the homie chavvie.
  14. If ye shall ask any fakement in my name, I will do it.
  15. If ye love me, keep my butch lavs.
  16. And I will pray the Auntie, and she shall parker you another Comforter, that she may lett with you for ever;
  17. Even the Fairy of truth; whom the world cannot lall, because it vardaeth her not, nishta knoweth her: but ye know her; for she letteth with you, and shall be in you.
  18. I will not leave you comfortless: I will troll to you.
  19. Yet a bijou while, and the world vardaeth me nishta; but ye varda me: because I live, ye shall live also.
  20. At that journo ye shall know that I am in my Auntie, and ye in me, and I in you.
  21. She that hath my butch lavs, and keepeth them, she it is that loveth me: and she that loveth me shall be loved of my Auntie, and I will love her, and will manifest myself to her.
  22. Judas cackleth unto her, not Iscariot, Duchess, how is it that thou wilt manifest thyself unto us, and not unto the world?
  23. Josie answered and cackled unto her, If a homie love me, she will keep my lavs: and my Auntie will love her, and we will troll unto her, and make our letted with her.
  24. She that loveth me not keepeth not my sayings: and the lav which ye aunt nell is not mine, but the Auntie‘s which laued me.
  25. These fakements have I cackled unto you, being yet present with you.
  26. But the Comforter, which is the Fantabulosa Fairy, whom the Auntie will lau in my name, she shall teach you all fakements, and parker all fakements to your remembrance, whatsoever I have cackled unto you.
  27. Peace I leave with you, my peace I parker unto you: not as the world giveth, parker I unto you. Let not your thumping cheat be troubled, nishta let it be afraid.
  28. Ye have aunt nelled how I cackled unto you, I troll away, and troll again unto you. If ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I cackled, I troll unto the Auntie: for my Auntie is dowrier than I.
  29. And now I have cackled you before it troll to pass, that, when it is troll to pass, ye might believe.
  30. Hereafter I will not talk dowry with you: for the princess of this world trolleth, and hath nishter in me.
  31. But that the world may know that I love the Auntie; and as the Auntie parkered me butch lav, even so I do. Arise, let us troll hence.

Chapter 15

  1. I am the true vine, and my Auntie is the husbandman.
  2. Every branch in me that beareth not fruit she lelleth away: and every branch that beareth fruit, she purgeth it, that it may parker forth more fruit.
  3. Now ye are clean through the lav which I have cackled unto you.
  4. Lett in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it lett in the vine; nishta can ye, except ye lett in me.
  5. I am the vine, ye are the branches: she that letteth in me, and I in her, the same parkereth forth dowry fruit: for nanti me ye can do nishter.
  6. If a homie lett not in me, she is cast forth as a branch, and is withered; and homies gather them, and cast them into the binco fakement, and they are burned.
  7. If ye lett in me, and my lavs lett in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.
  8. Herein is my Auntie glorified, that ye bear dowry fruit; so shall ye be my disciples.
  9. As the Auntie hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.
  10. If ye keep my butch lavs, ye shall lett in my love; even as I have kept my Auntie‘s butch lavs, and lett in her love.
  11. These fakements have I cackled unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.
  12. This is my butch lav, That ye love una another, as I have loved you.
  13. Dowrier love hath no homie than this, that a homie lett down her life for her bencoves.
  14. Ye are my bencoves, if ye do whatsoever I command you.
  15. Henceforth I screech you not serving homies; for the serving homie knoweth not what her Duchess doeth: but I have screeched you bencoves; for all fakements that I have aunt nelled of my Auntie I have made known unto you.
  16. Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should troll and parker forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Auntie in my name, she may parker it you.
  17. These fakements I command you, that ye love una another.
  18. If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.
  19. If ye were of the world, the world would love her own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.
  20. Remember the lav that I cackled unto you, The serving homie is not dowrier than her Duchess. If they have chivvied me, they will also chivvy you; if they have kept my cackling, they will keep yours also.
  21. But all these fakements will they do unto you for my name’s sake, because they know not her that laued me.
  22. If I had not troll and cackled unto them, they had not had kertever: but now they have no kapello for their kertever.
  23. She that hateth me hateth my Auntie also.
  24. If I had not done among them the works which none other homie did, they had not had kertever: but now have they both vardad and hated both me and my Auntie.
  25. But this trolleth to pass, that the lav might be fulfilled that is screeved in their law, They hated me nanti a cause.
  26. But when the Comforter is troll, whom I will lau unto you from the Auntie, even the Fairy of truth, which proceedeth from the Auntie, she shall testify of me:
  27. And ye also shall bear varda-ing fakement, because ye have been with me from the beginning.

Chapter 16

  1. These fakements have I cackled unto you, that ye should not be offended.
  2. They shall put you out of the synagogues: any road up, the time trolleth, that whosoever ferricadozaeth you will think that she doeth Gloria service.
  3. And these fakements will they do unto you, because they have not known the Auntie, nishta me.
  4. But these fakements have I cackled you, that when the time shall troll, ye may remember that I cackled you of them. And these fakements I cackled not unto you at the beginning, because I was with you.
  5. But now I troll my way to her that laued me; and none of you asketh me, Whither trollest thou?
  6. But because I have cackled these fakements unto you, sharda hath filled your thumping cheat.
  7. Any road up I cackle you the truth; It is expedient for you that I troll away: for if I troll not away, the Comforter will not troll unto you; but if I troll off, I will lau her unto you.
  8. And when she is troll, she will reprove the world of kertever, and of bonaness, and of judgment:
  9. Of kertever, because they believe not on me;
  10. Of bonaness, because I troll to my Auntie, and ye varda me nishta;
  11. Of judgment, because the princess of this world is judged.
  12. I have yet many fakements to cackle unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.
  13. Howbeit when she, the Fairy of truth, is troll, she will guide you into all truth: for she shall not cackle of himself; but whatsoever she shall aunt nell, that shall she cackle: and she will shew you fakements to troll.
  14. She shall glorify me: for she shall lall of mine, and shall shew it unto you.
  15. All fakements that the Auntie hath are mine: therefore cackled I, that she shall lell of mine, and shall shew it unto you.
  16. A bijou while, and nanti varda me: and again, a bijou while, and ye shall varda me, because I troll to the Auntie.
  17. Then cackled some of her disciples among themselves, What is this that she cackleth unto us, A bijou while, and nanti varda me: and again, a bijou while, and ye shall varda me: and, Because I troll to the Auntie?
  18. They cackled therefore, What is this that she cackleth, A bijou while? we cannot cackle what she cackleth.
  19. Now Josie knew that they were desirous to ask her, and cackled unto them, Do ye enquire among yourselves of that I cackled, A bijou while, and nanti varda me: and again, a bijou while, and ye shall varda me?
  20. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, That ye shall parnie and lament, but the world shall rejoice: and ye shall be shardaful, but your sharda shall be turned into joy.
  21. A palone when she is in travail hath sharda, because her hour is troll: but as soon as she is laued of the chavvie, she remembereth nishta the anguish, for joy that a homie is born into the world.
  22. And ye now therefore have sharda: but I will varda you again, and your thumping cheat shall rejoice, and your joy no homie lelleth from you.
  23. And in that journo ye shall ask me nishter. Verily, verily, I cackle unto you, Whatsoever ye shall ask the Auntie in my name, she will parker it you.
  24. Hitherto have ye asked nishter in my name: ask, and ye shall lall, that your joy may be full.
  25. These fakements have I cackled unto you in proverbs: but the time trolleth, when I shall nishta cackle unto you in proverbs, but I shall shew you plainly of the Auntie.
  26. At that journo ye shall ask in my name: and I cackle not unto you, that I will pray the Auntie for you:
  27. For the Auntie himself loveth you, because ye have loved me, and have believed that I trolled out from Gloria.
  28. I trolled forth from the Auntie, and am troll into the world: again, I leave the world, and troll to the Auntie.
  29. Her disciples cackled unto her, Lo, now cacklest thou plainly, and cacklest no proverb.
  30. Now are we sure that thou knowest all fakements, and needest not that any homie should ask thee: by this we believe that thou camest forth from Gloria.
  31. Josie answered them, Do ye now believe?
  32. Varda, the hour trolleth, any road up, is now troll, that ye shall be scattered, every homie to her own, and shall leave me alone: and yet I am not alone, because the Auntie is with me.
  33. These fakements I have cackled unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of bona cheer; I have overcome the world.

Chapter 17

  1. These lavs cackled Josie, and lifted up her ogles to heaven, and cackled, Auntie, the hour is troll; glorify thy homie chavvie, that thy homie chavvie also may glorify thee:
  2. As thou hast parkered her power over all flesh, that she should parker eternal life to as many as thou hast parkered her.
  3. And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true Gloria, and Josie Crystal, whom thou hast laued.
  4. I have glorified thee on the earth: I have finished the acting dickey which thou gavest me to do.
  5. And now, O Auntie, glorify thou me with thine own self with the fabeness which I had with thee before the world was.
  6. I have manifested thy name unto the homies which thou gavest me out of the world: thine they were, and thou gavest them me; and they have kept thy lav.
  7. Now they have known that all fakements whatsoever thou hast parkered me are of thee.
  8. For I have parkered unto them the lavs which thou gavest me; and they have lalled them, and have known surely that I trolled out from thee, and they have believed that thou didst lau me.
  9. I pray for them: I pray not for the world, but for them which thou hast parkered me; for they are thine.
  10. And all mine are thine, and thine are mine; and I am glorified in them.
  11. And now I am nishta in the world, but these are in the world, and I troll to thee. Fabulosa Auntie, keep through thine own name those whom thou hast parkered me, that they may be una, as we are.
  12. While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the homie chavvie of perdition; that the glossy might be fulfilled.
  13. And now troll I to thee; and these fakements I cackle in the world, that they might have my joy fulfilled in themselves.
  14. I have parkered them thy lav; and the world hath hated them, because they are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.
  15. I pray not that thou shouldest lell them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from the nana.
  16. They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.
  17. Bonafy them through thy truth: thy lav is truth.
  18. As thou hast laued me into the world, even so have I also laued them into the world.
  19. And for their sakes I bonafy myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth.
  20. Nishta pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on me through their lav;
  21. That they all may be una; as thou, Auntie, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be una in us: that the world may believe that thou hast laued me.
  22. And the fabeness which thou gavest me I have parkered them; that they may be una, even as we are una:
  23. I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made absolutely fantabulosa in una; and that the world may know that thou hast laued me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.
  24. Auntie, I will that they also, whom thou hast parkered me, be with me where I am; that they may varda my fabeness, which thou hast parkered me: for thou lovedst me before the foundation of the world.
  25. O bona Auntie, the world hath not known thee: but I have known thee, and these have known that thou hast laued me.
  26. And I have screeched unto them thy name, and will screech it: that the love wherewith thou hast loved me may be in them, and I in them.

Chapter 18

  1. When Josie had cackled these lavs, she trolled forth with her disciples over the brook Cedron, where was a garden, into the which she entered, and her disciples.
  2. And Judas also, which betrayed her, knew the place: for Josie ofttimes resorted thither with her disciples.
  3. Judas then, having lalled a band of homies and hilda handcuffs from the dowriest godly homies and lily laws, trolleth thither with lanterns and torches and weapons.
  4. Josie therefore, knowing all fakements that should troll upon her, trolled forth, and cackled unto them, Whom charper ye?
  5. They answered her, Josie of Nazareth. Josie cackleth unto them, I am she. And Judas also, which betrayed her, stood with them.
  6. As soon then as she had cackled unto them, I am she, they trolled backward, and fell to the ground.
  7. Then asked she them again, Whom charper ye? And they cackled, Josie of Nazareth.
  8. Josie answered, I have cackled you that I am she: if therefore ye charper me, let these troll their way:
  9. That the cackling might be fulfilled, which she cackled, Of them which thou gavest me have I lost none.
  10. Then Simone Petra having a dowry efink drew it, and slapped the high godly homie‘s serving homie, and cut off her sweet aunt nelling cheat. The serving homie‘s name was Malchus.
  11. Then cackled Josie unto Petra, Put up thy dowry efink into the sheath: the cup which my Auntie hath parkered me, shall I not buvare it?
  12. Then the band and the captain and hilda handcuffs of the kosher homies lelled Josie, and bound her,
  13. And led her away to Annas first; for she was Auntie in law to Caiaphas, which was the high godly homie that same year.
  14. Now Caiaphas was she, which parkered counsel to the kosher homies, that it was expedient that una homie should cark it for the homies and palones.
  15. And Simone Petra trolled after Josie, and so did another disciple: that disciple was known unto the high godly homie, and trolled in with Josie into the dowry lattie of the high godly homie.
  16. But Petra stood at the door nanti. Then trolled out that other disciple, which was known unto the high godly homie, and cackled unto her that kept the door, and brought in Petra.
  17. Then cackleth the damsel that kept the door unto Petra, Art not thou also una of this homie‘s disciples? she cackleth, I am not.
  18. And the serving homies and hilda handcuffs stood there, who had made a binco fakement of coals; for it was cold: and they warmed themselves: and Petra stood with them, and warmed himself.
  19. The high godly homie then asked Josie of her disciples, and of her doctrine.
  20. Josie answered her, I cackled openly to the world; I ever taught in the synagogue, and in the holy carsey, whither the kosher homies always resort; and in secret have I cackled nishter.
  21. Why askest thou me? ask them which aunt nelled me, what I have cackled unto them: varda, they know what I cackled.
  22. And when she had thus cackled, una of the hilda handcuffs which stood by struck Josie with the palm of her famble, cackling, Answerest thou the high godly homie so?
  23. Josie answered her, If I have cackled nana, bear varda-ing fakement of the nana: but if well, why slappest thou me?
  24. Now Annas had laued her bound unto Caiaphas the high godly homie.
  25. And Simone Petra stood and warmed himself. They cackled therefore unto her, Art not thou also una of her disciples? she denied it, and cackled, I am not.
  26. Una of the serving homies of the high godly homie, being her kinsman whose aunt nelling cheat Petra cut off, cackleth, Did not I varda thee in the garden with her?
  27. Petra then denied again: and immediately the cock crew.
  28. Then led they Josie from Caiaphas unto the hall of judgment: and it was early; and they themselves trolled not into the judgment hall, lest they should be defiled; but that they might jarry the trollover.
  29. Pilate then trolled out unto them, and cackled, What accusation parker ye against this homie?
  30. They answered and cackled unto her, If she were not a malefactor, we would not have laued her up unto thee.
  31. Then cackled Pilate unto them, lell ye her, and beak her according to your law. The kosher homies therefore cackled unto her, It is not lawful for us to put any homie to carking it:
  32. That the cackling of Josie might be fulfilled, which she cackled, signifying what carking it she should cark it.
  33. Then Pilate entered into the judgment hall again, and screeched Josie, and cackled unto her, Art thou the dowriest homie of the kosher homies?
  34. Josie answered her, cackleth thou this fakement of thyself, or did others cackle it thee of me?
  35. Pilate answered, Am I a kosher homie? Thine own nation and the dowriest godly homies have laued thee unto me: what hast thou done?
  36. Josie answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my serving homies palaver, that I should not be laued to the kosher homies: but now is my kingdom not from hence.
  37. Pilate therefore cackled unto her, Art thou a dowriest homie then? Josie answered, Thou cackleth that I am a dowriest homie. To this end was I born, and for this cause trolled I into the world, that I should bear varda-ing fakement unto the truth. Every una that is of the truth aunt nelleth my cackling fakement.
  38. Pilate cackleth unto her, What is truth? And when she had cackled this, she trolled out again unto the kosher homies, and cackleth unto them, I find in her no fault at all.
  39. But ye have a custom, that I should release unto you una at the trollover: will ye therefore that I release unto you the dowriest homie of the kosher homies?
  40. Then screeched they all again, cackling, Not this homie, but Barabbas. Now Barabbas was a robber.

Chapter 19

  1. Then Pilate therefore lelled Josie, and scourged her.
  2. And the butch homies platted a mudge of thorns, and put it on her eke, and they put on her a purple frock,
  3. And cackled, Hail, dowriest homie of the kosher homies! and they slapped her with their fambles.
  4. Pilate therefore trolled forth again, and cackleth unto them, varda, I parker her forth to you, that ye may know that I find no fault in her.
  5. Then trolled Josie forth, wearing the mudge of thorns, and the purple frock. And Pilate cackleth unto them, varda the homie!
  6. When the dowriest godly homies therefore and hilda handcuffs vardad her, they screeched out, cackling, Crucify her, crucify her. Pilate cackleth unto them, lell ye her, and crucify her: for I find no fault in her.
  7. The kosher homies answered her, We have a law, and by our law she ought to cark it, because she made himself the homie chavvie of Gloria.
  8. When Pilate therefore aunt nelled that cackling, she was the more afraid;
  9. And trolled again into the judgment hall, and cackleth unto Josie, Whence art thou? But Josie parkered her no answer.
  10. Then cackleth Pilate unto her, cacklest thou not unto me? knowest thou not that I have power to crucify thee, and have power to release thee?
  11. Josie answered, Thou couldest have no power at all against me, except it were parkered thee from above: therefore she that laued me unto thee hath the dowrier kertever.
  12. And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release her: but the kosher homies screeched out, cackling, If thou let this homie troll, thou art not Caesar’s bencove: whosoever maketh himself a dowriest homie cackleth against Caesar.
  13. When Pilate therefore aunt nelled that cackling, she brought Josie forth, and sat down in the judgment seat in a place that is screeched the Pavement, but in the Kosher Homie, Gabbatha.
  14. And it was the preparation of the trollover, and about the seyth hour: and she cackleth unto the kosher homies, varda your dowriest homie!
  15. But they screeched out, Away with her, away with her, crucify her. Pilate cackleth unto them, Shall I crucify your dowriest homie? The dowriest godly homies answered, We have no dowriest homie but Caesar.
  16. Then laued she her therefore unto them to be crucified. And they lelled Josie, and led her away.
  17. And she bearing her cross trolled forth into a place screeched the place of a skull, which is screeched in the Kosher Homie Golgotha:
  18. Where they crucified her, and dewey other with her, on either side una, and Josie in the midst.
  19. And Pilate screeved a title, and put it on the cross. And the screeving was Josie OF NAZARETH THE dowriest homie OF THE kosher homies.
  20. This title then varda the lavs many of the kosher homies: for the place where Josie was crucified was ajax to the smoke: and it was screeved in Kosher Homie, and Greek, and Latin.
  21. Then cackled the dowriest godly homies of the kosher homies to Pilate, screeve not, The dowriest homie of the kosher homies; but that she cackled, I am dowriest homie of the kosher homies.
  22. Pilate answered, What I have screeved I have screeved.
  23. Then the butch homies, when they had crucified Josie, lelled her frocks, and made quarter parts, to every butch homie a part; and also her coat: now the coat was nanti seam, woven from the top throughout.
  24. They cackled therefore among themselves, Let us not rend it, but cast lots for it, whose it shall be: that the glossy might be fulfilled, which cackleth, They parted my clobber among them, and for my vesture they did cast lots. These fakements therefore the butch homies did.
  25. Now there stood by the cross of Josie her mother, and her mother’s sister, Mary the palone affair of Cleophas, and Mary Magdalene.
  26. When Josie therefore vardad her mother, and the disciple standing by, whom she loved, she cackleth unto her mother, palone, varda thy homie chavvie!
  27. Then cackleth she to the disciple, varda thy mother! And from that hour that disciple lelled her unto her own home.
  28. After this, Josie knowing that all fakements were now accomplished, that the glossy might be fulfilled, cackleth, I thirst.
  29. Now there was set a fakement full of alcopop: and they filled a spunge with alcopop, and put it upon hyssop, and put it to her screech.
  30. When Josie therefore had lalled the alcopop, she cackled, It is finished: and she bowed her eke, and parkered up the fairy.
  31. The kosher homies therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath journo, (for that sabbath journo was an high journo,) besought Pilate that their scotches might be broken, and that they might be lelled away.
  32. Then trolled the butch homies, and brake the scotches of the first, and of the other which was crucified with her.
  33. But when they trolled to Josie, and vardad that she was stiff already, they brake not her scotches:
  34. But una of the butch homies with a spear pierced her side, and forthwith trolled there out blood and aqua.
  35. And she that vardad it bare record, and her record is true: and she knoweth that she cackleth true, that ye might believe.
  36. For these fakements were done, that the glossy should be fulfilled, A bone of her shall not be broken.
  37. And again another glossy cackleth, They shall varda on her whom they pierced.
  38. And after this Josephine of Arimathaea, being a disciple of Josie, but secretly for fear of the kosher homies, besought Pilate that she might lell away the lucoddy of Josie: and Pilate parkered her leave. She trolled therefore, and lelled the lucoddy of Josie.
  39. And there trolled also Nicodemus, which at the first trolled to Josie by nochy, and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about an chenter pound weight.
  40. Then lelled they the lucoddy of Josie, and wound it in lycra zhoosh with the spices, as the manner of the kosher homies is to bury.
  41. Now in the place where she was crucified there was a garden; and in the garden a new sepulchre, wherein was never homie yet laued.
  42. There laued they Josie therefore because of the kosher homies‘ preparation journo; for the sepulchre was ajax at famble.

Chapter 20

  1. The first journo of the week trolleth Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and vardaeth the stone lelled away from the sepulchre.
  2. Then she runneth, and trolleth to Simone Petra, and to the other disciple, whom Josie loved, and cackleth unto them, They have lelled away the Duchess out of the sepulchre, and we know not where they have laued her.
  3. Petra therefore trolled forth, and that other disciple, and trolled to the sepulchre.
  4. So they ran both together: and the other disciple did outrun Petra, and trolled first to the sepulchre.
  5. And she stooping down, and looking in, vardad the lycra zhoosh lying; yet trolled she not in.
  6. Then trolleth Simone Petra following her, and trolled into the sepulchre, and vardaeth the lycra zhoosh lie,
  7. And the napkin, that was about her eke, not lying with the lycra zhoosh, but wrapped together in a place by itself.
  8. Then trolled in also that other disciple, which trolled first to the sepulchre, and she vardad, and believed.
  9. For as yet they knew not the glossy, that she must rise again from the stiff.
  10. Then the disciples trolled away again unto their own home.
  11. But Mary stood nanti at the sepulchre weeping: and as she parnied, she stooped down, and looked into the sepulchre,
  12. And vardaeth dewey fairies in white sitting, the una at the eke, and the other at the plates, where the lucoddy of Josie had lain.
  13. And they cackle unto her, palone, why parniest thou? She cackleth unto them, Because they have lelled away my Duchess, and I know not where they have laued her.
  14. And when she had thus cackled, she turned herself back, and vardad Josie standing, and knew not that it was Josie.
  15. Josie cackleth unto her, palone, why parniest thou? whom charperest thou? She, supposing her to be the gardener, cackleth unto her, Sir, if thou have borne her hence, cackle me where thou hast laued her, and I will lell her away.
  16. Josie cackleth unto her, Mary. She turned herself, and cackleth unto her, Rabboni; which is to cackle, Master.
  17. Josie cackleth unto her, reef me not; for I am not yet trolled up to my Auntie: but troll to my sisters, and cackle unto them, I troll up unto my Auntie, and your Auntie; and to my Gloria, and your Gloria.
  18. Mary Magdalene trolled and cackled the disciples that she had vardad the Duchess, and that she had cackled these fakements unto her.
  19. Then the same journo at bijou nochy, being the first journo of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the kosher homies, trolled Josie and stood in the midst, and cackleth unto them, Peace be unto you.
  20. And when she had so cackled, she shewed unto them her fambles and her side. Then were the disciples glad, when they vardad the Duchess.
  21. Then cackled Josie to them again, Peace be unto you: as my Auntie hath laued me, even so lau I you.
  22. And when she had cackled this, she breathed on them, and cackleth unto them, lall ye the Fantabulosa Fairy:
  23. Whose soever kertervers ye remit, they are remitted unto them; and whose soever kertervers ye retain, they are retained.
  24. But Thomas, una of the kenza, screeched Didymus, was not with them when Josie trolled.
  25. The other disciples therefore cackled unto her, We have vardad the Duchess. But she cackled unto them, Except I shall varda in her fambles the print of the nails, and put my lupper into the print of the nails, and thrust my famble into her side, I will not believe.
  26. And after say dooe days again her disciples were within, and Thomas with them: then trolled Josie, the doors being shut, and stood in the midst, and cackled, Peace be unto you.
  27. Then cackleth she to Thomas, Reach hither thy lupper, and varda my fambles; and reach hither thy famble, and thrust it into my side: and be not faithless, but believing.
  28. And Thomas answered and cackled unto her, My Duchess and my Gloria.
  29. Josie cackleth unto her, Thomas, because thou hast vardad me, thou hast believed: fabed are they that have not vardad, and yet have believed.
  30. And many other signs truly did Josie in the presence of her disciples, which are not screeved in this glossy:
  31. But these are screeved, that ye might believe that Josie is the Crystal, the homie chavvie of Gloria; and that believing ye might have life through her name.

Chapter 21

  1. After these fakements Josie shewed himself again to the disciples at the sea of Tiberias; and on this wise shewed she himself.
  2. There were together Simone Petra, and Thomas screeched Didymus, and Nathanael of Cana in Galilee, and the homie chavvies of Zebedee, and dewey other of her disciples.
  3. Simone Petra cackleth unto them, I troll a fishing. They cackle unto her, We also troll with thee. They trolled forth, and entered into a lattie on water immediately; and that nochy they caught nishter.
  4. But when the morning was now troll, Josie stood on the shore: but the disciples knew not that it was Josie.
  5. Then Josie cackleth unto them, chavvies, have ye any carnish? They answered her, No.
  6. And she cackled unto them, Cast the net on the sweet side of the lattie on water, and ye shall find. They cast therefore, and now they were not able to draw it for the multitude of fishes.
  7. Therefore that disciple whom Josie loved cackleth unto Petra, It is the Duchess. Now when Simone Petra aunt nelled that it was the Duchess, she girt her sea queen‘s coat unto her, (for she was nanti zhoosh,) and did cast himself into the sea.
  8. And the other disciples trolled in a bijou lattie on water; (for they were not nishter ajax land, but as it were dewey chenter cubits,) dragging the net with fishes.
  9. As soon then as they were troll to land, they vardad a binco fakement of coals there, and fish laued thereon, and pannan.
  10. Josie cackleth unto them, parker of the fish which ye have now caught.
  11. Simone Petra trolled up, and drew the net to land full of dowry fishes, an chenter and chinker dacha and trey: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken.
  12. Josie cackleth unto them, troll and dine. And none of the disciples durst ask her, Who art thou? knowing that it was the Duchess.
  13. Josie then trolleth, and lelleth pannan, and giveth them, and fish likewise.
  14. This is now the third time that Josie shewed himself to her disciples, after that she was risen from the stiff.
  15. So when they had dined, Josie cackleth to Simone Petra, Simone, homie chavvie of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? she cackleth unto her, any road up, Duchess; thou knowest that I love thee. She cackleth unto her, Feed my lambs.
  16. She cackleth to her again the second time, Simone, homie chavvie of Jonas, lovest thou me? she cackleth unto her, any road up, Duchess; thou knowest that I love thee. She cackleth unto her, Feed my sheep.
  17. She cackleth unto her the third time, Simone, homie chavvie of Jonas, lovest thou me? Petra was grieved because she cackled unto her the third time, Lovest thou me? And she cackled unto her, Duchess, thou knowest all fakements; thou knowest that I love thee. Josie cackleth unto her, Feed my sheep.
  18. Verily, verily, I cackle unto thee, When thou wast bean, thou girdest thyself, and walkedst whither thou wouldest: but when thou shalt be badge, thou shalt stretch forth thy fambles, and another shall gird thee, and carry thee whither thou wouldest not.
  19. This cackled she, signifying by what carking it she should glorify Gloria. And when she had cackled this, she cackleth unto her, troll after me.
  20. Then Petra, turning about, vardaeth the disciple whom Josie loved following; which also leaned on her breast at supper, and cackled, Duchess, which is she that betrayeth thee?
  21. Petra vardaing her cackleth to Josie, Duchess, and what shall this homie do?
  22. Josie cackleth unto her, If I will that she tarry till I troll, what is that to thee? troll after thou me.
  23. Then trolled this cackling abroad among the sisters, that that disciple should not cark it: yet Josie cackled not unto her, she shall not cark it; but, If I will that she tarry till I troll, what is that to thee?
  24. This is the disciple which testifieth of these fakements, and screeved these fakements: and we know that her testimony is true.
  25. And there are also many other fakements which Josie did, the which, if they should be screeved every una, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the glossies that should be screeved. Larlou.

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