Among the beatitudes certain differences appear, in each of which the Nephite sermon is more explicit.
There was the street of a Thousand beatitudes, which, let us pray, were enjoyed by its founder.
In the beatitudes, for example, five are word for word in the two versions, while the other three are only slightly changed.
“The poor in spirit,”—the “mourner,”—the “meek,”—claim His first beatitudes.
And yet they write about it as though it were the very head and front of all the beatitudes!'
For instance, the "beatitudes" do not appear in either Mark or John.
He hugs himself to his own heart as the embodiment of all the virtues of the decalogue and the beatitudes.
The Buddhists, like the Christians, have got their beatitudes.
At the entrance of Cheapside a third pageant represented the eight beatitudes.
It may not be the fault of the progressive people of Toledo that they have not these beatitudes.
early 15c., "supreme happiness," from Middle French béatitude (15c.) and directly from Latin beatitudinem (nominative beatitudo) "state of blessedness," from past participle stem of beare "make happy," related to bene-. As "a declaration of blessedness" (usually plural, beatitudes, especially in reference to the Sermon on the Mount) it is attested from 1520s.
(bee-at-uh-toohdz, bee-at-uh-tyoohdz) Eight sayings of Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount. The word is from the Latin beatus, meaning “blessed,” and each of the Beatitudes begins with the word blessed. They include “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth” and “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God.”