What does wilt thou tarry awhile mean?

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The Bible you are using is obviously written in archaic English, or the type of English spoken when the King James version of the Bible was written, about 1611 A.D. The English language has changed a great deal and many errors have been found in the King James version of the Bible. The Bible also has been improved, with archaeological discoveries, such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, which prove the truthfulness of the Holy Scriptures. "Lord wilt thou have you to do": 'Wilt thou' means 'what do you want' or 'what is your will for me to do'.

How do you properly use the words thee and thou?

Both "thee" and "thou" replace the word "you" in our current version of English. In general, use "thou" when "you" is the subject of the sentence and use "thee" when "you" is the indirect object or the receiver of the action in the sentence. Here are a few examples: 1) You are happy. = Thou art happy. (The "are" changes to "art") 2) He will help you. = He will help thee. 3) You will toss the ball to me. = Thou wilt toss the ball to me. (The "will" changes to "wilt") 4) I will toss the ball to you. = I will toss the ball to thee.

Who said lord if you choose you can make me clean?

Matthew 8:2 "And, behold, there came a leper and worshipped him, saying, Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean." KJV