Though I have never sought out to make this an overly Christian site, I’m sure you’ve seen the Christian undertones. I have a page dedicated to Christian and Bible based printable packs for kids. I’ve done a set of printable Beatitude wall art. And I’m working with someone to create a special needs Sunday school curriculum. I’m also working on a home based Sunday school curriculum for toddlers and preschoolers. More on that to come!
Still, even with all of this in the works, I want to be able to freely share my faith. But to still be welcoming of others. With that in mind, I bring to you a free printable Beatitude coloring page for adults. I will eventually have a full set of coloring pages.
But why did I start with the Beatitudes? Why not another important passage or area of the Bible like the Psalms or Proverbs?
Well, I’ll put it as simply as possible.
The Sermon on the Mount has long been one of my favorite parts of the New Testament. And from that particular part, the Beatitudes have spoken to me.
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But just what are the Beatitudes?
The Beatitudes are from the Sermon on the Mount and are blessings spoken by Jesus. In total there are 8 Beatitudes. And I think that they’re a good guideline for how to live life.
Do I always follow them? Probably not as well as I should.
But that doesn’t mean that I won’t try, you know?
I’m not perfect and I’ve never claimed to be.
The first Beatitude that I have for you is: Matthew 5:3
Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
It’s taken from the NIV translation.
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