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Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8 The Beatitudes in the Gospel of Matthew are 8 and in the Gospel of Luke 4. The Beatitudes refers to the spiritual gifts as explained by Thomas Aquinas in his book Summa Theologica, and are the starting point of the doctrine of the kingdom of God, the…
The passage in the scripture in the Gospel of John 21:15-16, teach us the nature of love: there are different modes of loving. The Greek language in the time of Jesus did not have a specific word for the genre "Love", each form of love was designated by its own name: eros, philia, agape. Jesus ask with Agape, Peter responds…
The heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament proclaim the work of his hands.Psalm 19:2 The psalms is a book of song and prayers of the Old Testament, these songs cover different themes from songs of praises and beatitudes to supplications and songs of fidelity and thanksgiving.Psalm 19 in particular is a song of thanksgiving to God for…
The book of Revelation is an eschatological and prophetic book probably written by the disciple John. Jesus Christ, referring to himself, in the book of Revelation, makes the following statement: "I am the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end" Revelation 1: 8. Christ personifies eternity, remember that eternity is the simultaneous possession of all time, past, present…

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