The words in parenthesis describe the correct word to fill-in the blank space. There are more words than
blanks, see list, below. Have children work alone or in teams to fill-in the blanks first, then read Matthew 5:1-12 to make any corrections. (The Scripture is from the New King James Version.)
And __________(to look) the __________(many) He went up on a __________(high hill), and when He was __________(position) His __________(followers) came to Him.
Then He opened His __________(lips) and taught them saying: Blessed are the __________ (not rich) in spirit: For theirs is the kingdom of __________ (God's home).
Blessed are those who __________ (cry): For they shall be __________(free from worry, pain).
Blessed are the __________(serve others). For they shall inherit the __________(planet).
Blessed are those who __________and __________(eat and drink) for righteousness, for they shall be filled.
Blessed are the __________ (forgiving) For they shall obtain __________ (forgiveness).
Blessed are the _______(untarnished) in _______; (love symbol) For they shall see _______ (one in heaven).
Blessed are the __________ (not fighters), For they shall be called ______ (a father' boy) of God.
Blessed are those who are _________ (killed) for _______ (justice) sake, For theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are you when they _______ (call you bad names) you and persecute you and say all kinds of evil against you __________(not true) for My sake.
Rejoice and be exceedingly (happy) for great is your _______ (prize) in heaven, for so they persecuted the ________ (men of God) who were before you.
The words to fill in the blanks, in no particular order:
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