Þat ȝye louen oure lorde god . leueste of alle þingesM.5.584: M's original form without <-s> was shared by F.
That ye louen oure lorde God leuest of al thyngs
Þat ye louen oure lord · god leuest of alle thinges
þe ten comaunde
mentis .O.5.586: The rubric is divided after comaunde-, so that it appears on two lines.
Þat ȝe loueO.5.586: OC2 alone have the form loue in place of louen. oure lord god leuest of alle þingys