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Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness for theirs is the kingdom of heaven Mathew 510 This is one of the amazing eight beatitudes that Jesus spoke in his Sermon on the Mount Each of the beatitudes shows the truth and reality in Jesus words and hopefully in this paper you will learn more about this beatitude and take it to heart foreverTo me this beatitude means a lot It is saying that anyone who is killed because their life consists of morals conduct and devotion to God will receive the blessing of going to be with God For example if someone decided to break in to a school and start shooting people who said they were Christians what were most people in that school bound to say They were Christians Most likely they would say that they were not Christians to save themselves and in doing so damage their relationship with God The same thing happened in the Bible when Peter denied Jesus 3 times because he was afraid The point is to try to overcome your fear of persecution and share God with everyone no matter what people think even if it means someone will kill you in the end because of it Missionaries are a good example of this going to the far reaches of the Earth where people have not heard of God They proclaim God and lead others to Jesus when at any moment they could be killed for their beliefs Either way when you proclaim God to anyone you meet without fear you can save people and meet God someday in His kingdomThe Beatitude Article talks about the beatitudes It says that the Beatitudes are not just virtues but virtues that stand for something The virtues are like a sign pointing to Jesus The beatitudes eventually lead us to God They lead us
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