The Master's beatitude, "Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God," means much more than is gained from a casual reading of the words. Many Christian people have considered that if they were free from dishonesty, immorality, and the grosser errors common to humankind—as they believed themselves to be—they had fulfilled all the requirements necessary to see God at some remote future time.
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