Beatitudes

In Christianity, the Beatitudes are the set of teachings by Jesus that begin `Blessed are...`, and appear in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. The term beatitude comes from the Latin noun beātitūdō which means `happiness`. In the Vulgate (Latin), the book of Matthew titles this section Beatitudines, and `Beatitudes` was anglicized from tha...
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Beatitudes

Beatitudes (bē-ăt'itOOdz") [Lat.,=blessing], in the Gospel of St. Matthew, eight blessings uttered by Jesus at the opening of the Sermon on the Mount. Some, counting verses differently, say there are nine. In a parallel passage in the Gospel of St. Luke, only four of the blessing...
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Beatitudes

In the New Testament, the sayings of Jesus reported in Matthew 5:3-11 and Luke 6:20-22, describing the spiritual qualities of character that should characterize those influenced by the kingdom...
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Beatitudes

In the New Testament, the sayings of Jesus reported in Matthew 5:3–11 and Luke 6:20–22, describing the spiritual qualities of character that should characterize those influenced by the kingdom of God, and are the way to true happiness. They form part of the Sermon on the Mount. The Beatitudes describe a picture of the ideal Christ...
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