Readings for line KD.14.141

Haue heuene in ȝowre here beyng · and heuene her-after
Haue heuene in ȝyowre here b.eyngeM.14.153: Scribes had difficulty with the phrase and there are many variations on it. M shares its revised reading with OCr23LR. . and heuene here-aftur .
Haue heauen in your here beryng , and heuen hereafter
Haue heuene in youre here dwellyngW.14.151: W alone reads dwellyng; other manuscripts have beryng or beyng. . and heuene alsoW.14.151: W alone reads also; other manuscripts omit it. þerafter
haue haeuene here yn ȝour berynge · and heuene her-after
haue heuene in youre hee beryng ˜ and heuen here-after
haue heyuven here yn your beyryngG.15.150: Scribes had difficulty with this a-verse and there are various versions. The Kane and Donaldson a-verse reads as follows: "Haue heuene in youre her[berw]yng." G's reading of the a-verse is also found in Hm. & heyuven therafter
Haue heuene in ȝoure heer beyng  & heuene her-after
Haue to heuenes for ȝoure here-beinge  and heuene þere-after .R.14.154: F offers a typically unique reading of this line (Cleyme two hevynys oon here & anoþer heerafter); R's partial agreement with F in the a-verse shows that R's to heuenes descends from alpha. R's for is unique among the B copies. By contrast, the beta manuscripts show considerable variation in the a-verse but clearly attest the singular form heuene. However, the fact that the Cx phrasing for the a-verse is identical with R's strongly suggests that R's reading is the authorial one.
Cleyme two hevenys / oon here / & a-noþir heereafter.