Whiting’s Proverbs, Sentences, and Proverbial Phrases from English Writings Mainly Before 1500 (long title, but Whiting did a number of books on proverbs) has this from the 1496 Book of Hawking:
As the olde englysshe proverbe sayeth in this wise: who soo woll ryse erly shall be holy, helthy, and zely.
(zely = seely, happy, fortunate)
This is taken from the 1810 reproduction of Wynkyn de Worde’s 1496 edition. This book is on Google Books, but I couldn’t find the phrase--evidently it’s in the facsimile portion and the Gothic typeface is throwing off Google’s search.