The Lord's Bead (English: Lord's Prayer) is one of the most well-known beads in Christendom. It was taught by Jesus to his followers and is written in two bits of the The Book. Without the words "trespass", "trespasses", "temptation", and "deliver", the most widespread way that bead is said is wholly Anglish.
- Our Father who art in heaven,
- hallowed be thy name.
- Thy kingdom come.
- Thy will be done,
- on earth as it is in heaven.
- Give us this day our daily bread;
- and forgive us our sins,
- as we forgive those who sin against us;
- and lead us not into lustdom,
- but keep us from evil.
- Our Father, Thou who art in Heaven
- Be Thy Name hallowed
- Come Thy riche
- Worth Thy Will
- On earth as in heaven
- Our daily loaf sell us today
- And forgive us our guilts
- As we forgive our guilted
- And lead Thou us not into costning
- But leese us of evil