OLD ENGLISH (c. 1000)

Faeder ure

žu že eart on heofonum
si žin nama gehalgod
tobecume žin rice
gewurže žin willa on eoršan

swa swa on heofonum
urne gedęghwamlican hlaf syle us to dęg
and forgyf us ure gyltas
swa swa we forgyfaš urum gyltendum
and ne gelęd žu us on costnunge
ac alys us of yfele

 

MODERN ENGLISH (c. 1600)

Our father

which art in heauen

hallowed be thy name

Thy kingdome come

Thy will be done, in earth

as it is in heauen

Giue vs this day our daily bread

And forgiue vs our debts

as we forgiue our debters

And lead vs not into temptation

but deliuer vs from euill