One day, in a certain mountain in Galilee, the Master gave the most moving message of hope for all peoples of all times: the beatitudes. In his teaching, Jesus refers to any person, who suffer and those who do good and all of them presented with a flattering promise. Those who are poor in spirit, ie those who by their fears can not fend for themselves, Jesus promises the kingdom of heaven. To those who mourn, because they support a sentence or silently suffer a seemingly intractable problem, they are promised consolation. For the meek, ie, the humble, who are away from litigation and discord given the promise to let the earth (the earth) for an inheritance. To those who hunger and thirst for justice (and there are so many in every moment of the story) tells them they will be satisfied. In the merciful promises, fortunately, pay in kind because they "will be shown mercy." The pure in heart will have the privilege denied to the rest of humanity to see God.

Those who are dedicated to achieving peace, ie the peacemakers shall be called sons of God. Those persecuted for righteousness' sake are assured that theirs is the kingdom of heaven, the most important promise of Jesus presented a bit before going to the cross for his victory over death: "In my house Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you. " And a home of these is for every one person who has followed the Master. So Jesus is the supreme leader, the top leader, the principal of our lives. Because planted in us the seed of hope. And off we are already collecting.

And others will come in due time. As the houses that we have prepared in the Father's house. BY: Rutto Alejandro Martinez Alejandro Martinez Rutto is a renowned writer and Italian-Colombian journalist who also teaches at several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is included in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact him at cel. 300 8055526 or email. Read his writings, a page where you will find writings, stories and beautiful pieces of Colombian literature.

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