‘ “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy. ‘
Welcome back to the Pati Path! I know it’s been awhile, so if you need a thorough recap, check out parts 1 and 2! Otherwise, here’s a quick summary:
- pati is a Latin word that means to suffer
- the word “compassion” comes from the roots “com” and “pati”, and literally means to suffer with
- the word “patience” also has the root “pati”, and can translate to suffering without getting angry and upset
- through the Holy Spirit, we have the power to display true compassion and patience, to bear good fruit
With all this mind, let’s look at these words in action in Matthew 18:
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After a long, long, long hiatus, BIBLE BREAKDOWNS ARE BACK!
These were actually my main motivation for starting a blog (posting pictures full of text on Snapchat got slightly confusing), but even with all the Bible studies I’ve put together recently, I never sat down to share them with y’all. That’s really what these Breakdowns are; me studying the Bible. I started off thinking I could fit it all in one post, but it’s turned into at least a three-parter. I’d recommend packing some snacks for the road, because this is about to be a super nerdy, etymology-heavy journey from yours truly.
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