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beings 3
belief 2
believe 5
believed 30
believers 5
believes 1
believing 2
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31 power
31 said
31 woman
30 believed
30 only
30 pilgrimage
29 among
Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Redemptoris Mater

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believed
   Chap., 
1 1 | 2. Blessed is she who believed~ 2 1, 12| And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment 3 1, 12| precisely because she "has believed." The fullness of grace 4 1, 13| And blessed is she who believed" refer primarily to that 5 1, 13| And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment 6 1, 14| Just as Abraham "in hope believed against hope, that he should 7 1, 14| since I have no husband?") believed that through the power of 8 1, 14| And blessed is she who believed" do not apply only to that 9 1, 14| maternal fiat, "in hope believed against hope." Especially 10 1, 14| blessing granted to her "who believed" will be revealed with particular 11 1, 17| the hidden life. She "who believed that there would be a fulfillment 12 1, 17| blessed, because "she has believed," and continues to believe 13 1, 17| Visitation: "Blessed is she who believed."~ 14 1, 19| truly "blessed is she who believed"! These words, spoken by 15 1, 19| expression "Blessed is she who believed," we can therefore rightly 16 1, 20| word of God, because she believed it, because she was obedient 17 1, 20| time she was "the one who believed." But as the messianic mission 18 1, 21| glory; and his disciples believed in him" (Jn. 2:11).~Mary 19 2, 25| is "blessed because she believed," as the one who advanced 20 2, 26| is "blessed because she believed"; she was the first to believe. 21 2, 26| like Abraham, "in hope believed against hope" (Rom. 4:18). 22 2, 27| earth, we find the one "who believed that there would be a fulfillment 23 2, 27| words "Blessed is she who believed" continue to accompany the 24 2, 28| who is blessed because she believed is the first among believers 25 2, 28| maternal presence of her "who believed," a strengthening of their 26 3, 42| as "the blessed one who believed," she is present in the 27 3, 42| disappoint (cf. Rom. 5:5).~Mary believed in the fulfillment of what 28 3, 42| the Lord. As Virgin, she believed that she would conceive 29 3, 43| Like Mary, who first believed by accepting the word of 30 3, 46| Mary is the one who first "believed," and precisely with her


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