And at that tyme shal Michael stande vp, the great prince, which standeth for the chyldren of thy people: for there shalbe a tyme of trouble, suche as neuer was since there began to be a nation, vnto that same tyme: and at that tyme thy people shalbe deliuered euery one that shalbe found written in the booke.
And many of them that sleepe in the dust of the earth, shal awake, some to euerlasting life, & some to shame & perpetuall contempt.
They that be wyse, shall shine as the brightnesse of the firmament: and they that turne many to righteousnesse, as the starres for euer and euer.
But thou O Daniel shut vp the wordes, and seale the booke till the time of the ende: many shall go about here and there, and knowledge shalbe encreased.
Then I Daniel looked, and beholde there stoode other two, the one on this side of the banke of the riuer, and the other on that side of the banke of the riuer.
And [one] sayde vnto the man clothed in linnen, whiche was ouer the waters of the riuer, When shal the ende of these wonders be?
And I hearde the man clothed in linnen, which was ouer the waters of the riuer, when he held vp his right hand and his left hande vnto heauen, and sware by hym that liueth for euer, that [it shall tary] for a tyme, tymes, and a halfe: and when he shall haue accomplished to scatter the power of the holy people, all these thinges shalbe finished.
Then I hearde it, but I vnderstoode it not: then sayde I, O my Lord, what shall be the ende of these thinges?
And he saide, Go thy way Daniel, for the wordes are closed vp and sealed tyll the tyme of the ende.
Many shalbe purified, made white, and tryed: but the wicked shall do wickedly, and none of the wicked shal haue vnderstanding, but the wyse shall vnderstande.
And from the tyme that the dayly [sacrifice] shalbe taken away, and the abhominable desolation set vp, there shalbe a thousande two hundred, and ninetie dayes.
Blessed is he that wayteth and commeth to the thousande, three hundred, and fiue and thirtie dayes.
But go thou thy way tyll the ende be, for thou shalt rest, and stande vp in thy lot at the ende of the dayes.