Beatitude in a sentence
Definition of Beatitude (uncountable) Supreme, utmost bliss and happiness. | Any one of the Biblical blessings given by Jesus in Matthew 5:3–12. E.g.: "Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth"(Matthew 5:5).
Short Example Sentence for Beatitude
- 1. Theirs is the beatitude of a wholly untroubled joy.
- 2. Such a picture of gushing beatitude as he could paint!
- 3. This beatitude dips from on high down on us, and we see.
- 4. On their faces was the same beatitude that the statues displayed.
- 5. And the beatitude of man they hold to lie in being freed from fascination.
- 6. And the beatitude of man they hold to lie in being freed from fascination.
- 7. Christ's first beatitude is to the poor in spirit.
How to use Beatitude in a Sentence?
- 1. The problem of eternal beatitude is one of those whose solution is known only to God.
- 2. The fourth Beatitude tells us that if we want righteousness seriously, we can have it.
- 3. White purified spirits of clouds, resting on their way to the beatitude of Nirvana?
- 4. In calm beatitude and tranquil ease, Smile sweetly down upon its cradled sleep.
- 5. This song appeals to the sentiment of the beautiful in me, and suggests a serene religious beatitude as no other sound in nature does.
- 6. But the human being, whose beatitude is "the communion of the just," is so universally related, that he cannot go alone at all.
- 7. The beginning of all beatitude and ground of all is good digestion, good sleep, good-nature, and the cheer undeniable of an average human day.
- 8. That Manlio, pale as a statue with the force of his emotion, should wear a look of almost superhuman beatitude was only natural and proper.
- 9. The first Beatitude enjoins detachment, such as His who emptied Himself, as having nothing and yet possessing all things.