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    John 21
    •   LURG shoh hoilshee Yeesey eh-hene reesht da ny ostyllyn, ec faarkey Tiberias; as er yn aght shoh hoilshee eh eh-hene.
    •   Va Simon Peddyr, as Thomase sliennooit Didymus, as Nathanael dy Chana ayns Galilee; as mec Zebedee, as jees elley jeh ny ostyllyn er nyn jaglym dy cheilley.
    •   Dooyrt Simon Peddyr roo, Ta mish son goll dy eeastagh. Dooyrt adsyn rish, Hem mainyn myrgeddin mayrt. Hie ad magh, as er-y-chooyl ghow ad lhuingys; as yn oie shen cha haare ad monney.
    •   Agh 'sy vadran, va Yeesey ny hassoo er y traie: agh cha row fys ec ny ostyllyn dy nee Yeesey v'ayn.
    •   Eisht dooyrt Yeesey roo, Chloan, vel shiu er dayrtyn veg y veaghey? Dooyrt adsyn rish, Cha vel.
    •   As dooyrt eh roo, Cuir-jee magh yn lieen er y cheu-yesh jeh'n lhong, as bee eh eu. Eisht chuir ad: as nish cha row dy niart oc yn lieen y ghoaill stiagh va lhied y thummyd eeast ayn.
    •   Shen-y-fa dooyrt yn ostyl shen bynney lesh Yeesey rish Peddyr, She yn Chiarn t'ayn. Nish tra cheayll Simon Peddyr dy nee yn Chiarn v'ayn, hug eh e chooat-eeastee mysh (son v'eh 'sy lheiney) as hilg eh eh-hene ayns y cheayn.
    •   As haink ny ostyllyn elley ayns lhong veg (son cha row ad foddey veih'n thalloo, agh mysh keead stundayrt) sleodey lhieu yn lieen as yn eeast ayn.
    •   Cha leah eisht as v'ad er jeet gys y thalloo, honnick ad aile smarageagh, as eeast ny lhie er, as arran liorish.
    • 10   Dooyrt Yeesey roo, Cur-jee lhieu jeh'n eeast ta shiu nish er ghoaill.
    • 11   Hie Simon Peddyr er-board, as hayrn eh yn lieen gys thalloo lane dy eeastyn mooarey, shiaght-feed as three-jeig: as son ooilley dy row whilleen ayn, ny-yeih cha vrish y lieen.
    • 12   Dooyrt Yeesey roo, Tar-jee gys nyn mee. Agh cha by-lhoys da fer jeh ny ostyl nyn fenaght jeh, Quoi oo hene? cur enney er dy nee eh va'n Chiarn.
    • 13   Eisht haink Yeesey, as ghow eh arran, as hirveish eh orroo eh, as eeast myrgeddin.
    • 14   Shoh nish yn trass cheayrt hoilshee Yeesey eh-hene da e ostyllyn, erreish da v'er n'irree veill ny merriu.
    • 15   Myr shen tra v'ad erreish bee, dooyrt Yeesey rish Simon Peddyr, Simon mac Yonas, vel oo ny s'graihlee orrym's na orroo shoh? Dooyrt eh rish, Ta mee, Hiarn; ta fys ayd dy vel graih aym ort. Dooyrt eh rish, Jeeagh dy mie da my eayin.
    • 16   Dooyrt eh rish reesht yn nah cheayrt, Simon mac Yonas, vel oo graihagh orrym? Dooyrt eh rish, Ta mee, Hiarn; ta fys ayd hene dy vel graih aym ort. Dooyrt eh rish, Bee dty vochilley mie er my chirree.
    • 17   Dooyrt eh rish yn trass cheayrt, Simon mac Yonas, vel oo graihagh orrym? Va Peddyr mooar-seaghnit dy dooyrt eh rish yn trass cheayrt, Vel oo graihagh orrym? As dooyrt eh rish, Hiarn, ta fys ayd's er dy chooilley nhee, as fys ayd hene dy vel mee graihagh ort. Dooyrt Yeesey rish, Jeeagh dy mie da my chirree.
    • 18   Dy firrinagh firrinagh ta mee gra rhyt, Tra v'ou aeg ren oo oo-hene y chryssey, as jimmee oo raad erbee dy bailt: agh tra vees oo shenn, sheeynee oo magh dty laueyn, as nee fer elley oo y chryssey, as ver eh lesh oo raad nagh nailt.
    • 19   Shoh loayr eh, cowraghey liorish cre'n baase v'eh dy ghloyraghey Jee. As tra v'eh er ghra shoh, dooyrt eh rish, Eiyr orrym.
    • 20   Eisht hyndaa Peddyr mygeayrt, as honnick eh cheet geiyrt orroo yn ostyl bynney lesh Yeesey; yn fer cheddin ren lhie rish e oghrish ec shibber, as dooyrt Hiarn, quoi eh ta dy dty vrah?
    • 21   Honnick Peddyr eh shoh, as dooyrt eh rish Yeesey, Hiarn, as cre'n erree hig er y dooinney shoh?
    • 22   Dooyrt Yeesey rish, My she m'aigney's eh eshyn dy uirriaght derrey hig-ym, cre ta shen dhyt's? Eiyr uss orrym's.
    • 23   Eisht hie yn raa shen magh mastey ny braaraghyn, nagh row yn ostyl shen dy gheddyn baase: agh cha dooyrt Yeesey rish, Cha vow eh baase: agh, My she m'aigney's eh eshyn dy uirriaght derrey hig-yms, cre ta shen dhyt's.
    • 24   Shoh yn ostyl dymmyrk feanish jeh ny reddyn shoh, as ren ny reddyn shoh y scrieu: as ta fys ain dy vel yn eanish echey firrinagh.
    • 25   As ta myrgeddin ymmodee reddyn elley ren Yeesey, dy beagh ad ooilley scruit, ta mee dy heiltyn nagh gummagh y seihll hene ny lioaryn veagh scruit. Amen.
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