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"Blessed are Those"

Blessed are Those painting, Sermon on the Mount artwork, Jesus teaching the crowds, Mindi Oaten art, Behold Him Collection, bible paintings


"Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, and he began to teach them."  Matthew 5: 1-2


In the embrace of a gentle hillside, amid the whispers of rustling leaves and a sunlit breeze, Jesus, the embodiment of compassion and wisdom, delivered the Sermon on the Mount. His teachings, like a radiant tapestry woven with threads of divine insight, revealed the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, unveiling a transformative path, knowing that it was not a distant dream but the truth within their grasp. 

"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven," he declared, revealing that true wealth lay not in material riches, but in the richness of a humble and receptive heart, open to the grace of the Messiah. His words were like a key, unlocking a hidden chamber within, where the treasures of heaven awaited discovery.

He continued, "Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth." In this simple proclamation, he unveiled the transformative power of gentleness and the eternal inheritance of those who walked with a spirit untamed by pride. It was a revelation that the meek, the tender-hearted, would find not only solace but dominion in their humility.

As the Sermon unfolded, Jesus spoke of the pure in heart, the peacemakers, and those who hungered and thirsted for righteousness. Each teaching was like a beacon in the darkness, illuminating the way to a higher, transformative metamorphosis of the soul. They were a call to shed the burdens of resentment and anger, to seek forgiveness, and to love one's enemies.

They unveiled the mysteries of a Kingdom where peace reigned, where righteousness was a guiding light, and where the heart, cleansed of impurity, reflected Him.



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