It is generally accepted to consider any of the statements made in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:3-12) that starts with “Blessed are” as beatitude. I am referring to the King James Version for this purpose.
However, there are other books in which we read the statements that begin with blessing to anyone who do certain things. In Revelation, the book that we received from God through Jesus Christ through the angel to John for us, there are seven statements that start with the promise of blessing. There are seven such statements and I am listing them for the benefit of the readers.
The Greek word that is translated as ‘Blessed” is μακαριος – MAKARIOS and its meaning is ‘happy.’ Therefore, there are seven happy events that are connected with the Book of Revelation of Jesus Christ.
1. 1:2 – Blessed is he that reads, hears, and keep == > Challenge
2. 14:13 – Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord == > Comfort
3. 16:15 – Blessed is he that watches and keeps his garment == > Cautiousness
4. 19:9 -- Blessed are they which are called to the supper == > Calling
5. 20:6 – Blessed and holy is he that has part in the first resurrection == > Conquest/victory
6. 22:7 – Blessed is he that keep the saying == > Cherishing
7. 22:14 – Blessed are they that do His command == > Conformity