- 1Supreme blessedness: the expression of beatitude the religious sometimes adoptMore example sentences
- Meditation is the science of bringing inner beauty, inner beatitude, inner benediction.
- The phrase was on the cover of a Christian magazine which showed an awkward-looking teen sat in a chair being hugged by his parents who had expressions of moronic beatitude.
- The terrifying aspect of this Self makes Arjuna shudder with fear, and hence the Lord also reveals His most beautiful form that is full of bliss, beatitude, and serenity.
- 1.1 (the Beatitudes) The blessings listed by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5:3-11).More example sentences
- It simply goes through the Beatitudes in the Sermon on the Mount, explains the essence of each one, and appends a simple prayer for each, asking God to help us cultivate that particular trait of godliness.
- In the Beatitudes, Jesus blesses those who hunger and thirst after justice. I can't imagine that Mr. Gibson's vision or his film will add to the balance of this world's justice.
- The Beatitudes and other teachings in which Jesus exhorts his disciples to put all their trust in God have a special meaning in this context (Neyrey).
- 1.2 (His/Your Beatitude) A title given to patriarchs in the Orthodox Church.More example sentences
- It has been 28 days since His Beatitude the Archbishop of Ohrid and Metropolitan of Skopje Jovan is imprisoned in the prison Idrizovo, near Skopje.
- The Archbishop remembered the meeting with His Beatitude one month back during his visit to Kerala.
- It gives me great pleasure to meet Your Beatitude in this Primatial See of the Orthodox Church of Greece.
late Middle English: from Old French beatitude or Latin beatitudo, from beatus 'blessed'.