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The word “righteousness” in the Greek text is preceded by the definite article, which is usually left untranslated in our English versions. ” Yet what is the righteousness in question? If I have understood the Sermon on the Mount correctly, it is not righteousness in general, not righteousness as an abstract concept, not your righteousness or mine, but the only kind of righteousness worth having, which is the righteousness of God. Jesus wishes to bestow divine happiness upon his followers, but as the first Beatitude suggests, happiness becomes accessible only if we renounce the kind of righteousness that results from human achievement.

It sometimes comes from the outside; it sometimes comes from within; but in either case, we must face the tension that is an essential element of human existence. Thus, while the first Beatitude formulates the condition for entering God’s kingdom, the second focuses our attention upon the discord, the difficulty, and the tribulation that follows, both from outside and from within. ” The buffeting we experience and the mourning that accompanies it sometimes have their source in the re-emergence of our sinful nature.

So there is no place—height or depth, outside or inside— that falls outside the blessings that Jesus wishes to bestow upon his followers. And there is no limit to the inheritance; for that final inheritance reaches up to heaven, pulls heaven down and places it within, and lets the inside reach out to everything that lies beyond, inheriting the larger world. John describes the inheritance that Jesus has in mind, and the radical transformation that it will produce, in the twenty-first chapter of Revelation, verses one through seven: And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away, and there was no longer any sea.

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