The Sermon on the Mount.
The beatitudes are the blessings by Jesus on certain classes of people. He gave nine in Matthew ch. 5.
The Mount of Beatitudes (Mount Eremos) on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Jesus taught the people the beatitudes and Matthew recorded them in his book.
To bless us all - he said 'blessed' nine times in the beginning of the beatitudes
Jesus won't preach when he returns, but he will rule.
Simply by preaching them.
Jesus easy and simple.
The quotes from Jesus' Sermon on the Mount' that are called 'the Beatitudes' can be found at: Matthew 5:1-12. The term comes from the Latin word 'beati', which means "happy" and is the basis for the word "beatitudes"(or happinesses).
Jesus the Christ did not preach in Rome, but Paul the apostle went to Rome and preached about Jesus as did other men.
At the Sermon on the Mount.
The Beatitudes are found in the New Testament book of Matthew, chapter 5 beginning with verse 3. The book was written by Matthew and the beatitudes were given to us by Jesus. He taught them to His disciples as they gathered on the side of a mountain. Jesus taught them this after seeing the multitude of people that had been following Him.
St. Anne did not have any beatitudes. The Beatitudes are teachings of Jesus Christ that appear in the books of Matthew and Luke in the Bible.
Only those who are filled with the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ are able to do this.
You can preach on Jesus in a church or at a prayer meeting. But you can not do it openly on the road.
The beatitudes help us in the same way the rest of the Bible helps us; bringing us to Jesus Christ, the Saviour of mankind.
There is no record of how long it took for Jesus to preach this sermon; but also there is no record of any breaks in his preaching of more than 3000 words in this sermon. So one may judge for himself the time Jesus took to preach it.
These are found in Matthew 5: 3-11
teaching the beatitudes
In the book of Matthew, chapter 5 it tells about Jesus and the beatitudes. It just says that he went up on a mountainside. No specific mountain as there were many mountains in the region.
If you search for "beatitudes", you will not find them. The beatitudes come from a section of the Sermon on the Mount, which was given by Jesus. The are the "blessed are" statements that come from Matthew 5:3-12.