Readings for line KD.14.140

So I segge by ȝow riche · it semeth nouȝt þat ȝe shulle
So I segge by ȝyow riche . it semeth not þat ȝye shulle
So I say by you ryche , it semeth not that ye should
So I seye by yow riche . it semeþ noȝt þat ye shulle
So y byy ȝow ryche · it semeþ nougth that ȝe schulde
So I saye by yow riche ˜ it semes nouȝt þat ye shull
so I say by you ryche ytt semethe noght þat ye shall
So I segge bi ȝow riche  it semeþ not þat ȝe schul 
¶ So I segge be ȝow riche  it semethR.14.153: R parallels beta but omits nouȝt after semeth, completely inverting the intended sense of the assertion (beta's version is vouched for by Cx). F rewrites the line. þat ȝe schulle .
Be ryche men yt semeþ ryght soo / þe same þat ȝee shulle. F's reading is unique. Beta witnesses vary, though most read as follows:
So I seye by yow riche it semeþ noȝt þat ye shulle
Haue heuene in youre here beyng and heuene þerafter.
Alpha had the phrase "two hevenys," and it reappears in a revised line in C.