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KC leads Calabar by 4 points (309 – 305) with only 4x400m relays to go

It’s down to the final event, with the 4x400m to go.

Boys Championships
Here’s my understanding from Mr @csharpe:

If current leaders KC wins or comes 2nd, they win Champs regardless of where Calabar finishes. But Calabar are clear favorites with the likes of Christopher Taylor, most likely on the anchor.

If Calabar wins and KC finishes 4th or worse, Calabar wins.

If Calabar wins and KC finishes 3rd, it comes down to a tie-breaker (who wins the most medals, maybe gold medals?).

Girls Championships
Edwin Allen has an insurmountable lead and will win Girls Championships with the final event, 4x400m to run on that side.

The Beatitudes (“Blessings”): Ninth(?) one
The beatitudes

Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you. (Matthew 5:11-12)

The eight Beatitudes (blessings by Yeshua / Jesus) are found in Matthew 5:3–12 during Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.

Well, just a comment. Over time, I have shown the 8 blessings of Jesus but couldn’t exclude verses 11 & 12. The debate is whether there are 8 Beatitudes or 9. Some of the answers given are:

(1) It is eight – Matthew 11 & 12 is the 9th one.
(2) It is nine – Matthew 3-10 are the 8, and Matthew 11 & 12 is an extension or explanation of the 8th.
(3) The Catechism has nine, but “My Catholic Faith” book has eight beatitudes; maybe the persecution ones were connected together before and now no?
(4) Eight and name seem very similar.

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The Beatitudes (“Blessings”): Eight one

Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (Matthew 5:10)

The eight Beatitudes (blessings by Yeshua / Jesus) are found in Matthew 5:3–12 during Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.

The Beatitudes (“Blessings”): Seventh one

Blessed are the peacemakers: for they will be called children of God.(Matthew 5:9)

The eight Beatitudes (blessings by Yeshua / Jesus) are found in Matthew 5:3–12 during Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.