Biblický rozjímavý růženec (i s překlady) - Rosary with Bible Verses Meditation

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A Biblical Rosary:

The Holy Rosary enriched with further Biblical teaching

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As the mysteries of the Rosary are prayed, a Biblical phrase/teaching is introduced in each Hail Mary following the Holy name of Jesus. Thus one prays:

 

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you.

Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb, Jesus [the phrase is here inserted]

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

 

The First Joyful Mystery: The Annunciation

 

1. Jesus the Savior promised by God in the Garden of Eden. (Cf. Genesis 3:15)

2. Jesus the Savior foretold by the prophets. (Cf. Isaiah 7:14)

3. Jesus, to whom God promised the Throne of David. (Luke 1:32)

4. Jesus, who will save his people from all their sins. (Matthew 1:21)

5. Jesus, whose conception was announced by the angel Gabriel. (Cf. Luke 1:30n)

6. Jesus, of whom the angel Gabriel said: "He will be great and will be called Son of the Most High." (Luke 1:32)

7. Jesus, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit. (Luke 1:35)

8. Jesus, at whose conception the power of the Most High covered you, by His shadow. (Luke 1:35)

9. Jesus, whose conception you accepted saying: "I am the handmaid of the Lord." (Luke 1:38)

10. Jesus, whose conception you accepted saying: "Let it be done unto me according to your word."  (Luke 1:38)

 

The Second Joyful Mystery: The Visitation

 

1. Jesus, with whom you travelled once the angel left you. (Luke 1:39)

2. Jesus, with whom you went with haste to a village in the mountains of Judah. (Luke 1:39)

3. Jesus, with whom you greeted Elizabeth. (Luke 1:40)

4. Jesus, with whom you prayed: "My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord." (Luke 1:46)

5. Jesus, with whom you prayed: "From now on all generations will call me blessed." (Luke 1:48)

6. Jesus, with whom you prayed: "The Almighty has done great things for me." (Luke 1:49)

7. Jesus, with whom you prayed: "He cast powerful ones down from their thrones and lifted up the humble." (Luke 1:52)

8. Jesus, with whom you prayed: "He has filled the starving with good things, and sent the rich away empty." (Luke 1:53)

9. Jesus, with whom you stayed with at Elizabeth's for three months. (Luke 1:56)

10. Jesus, for whom John, Elizabeth's son, was preparing the way. (Luke 1:76)

 

The Third Joyful Mystery: The Nativity

 

1. Jesus, with whom you travelled with to Bethlehem, together with Joseph to be registered in the census of Caesar Augustus. (Luke 2:5)

2. Jesus, for whom they did not have a place in the inn. (Luke 2:7)

3. Jesus, to whom you gave birth at Bethlehem in Judea. (Matthew 2:1)

4. Jesus, whom you wrapped in swaddling clothes and laid in a manger. (Luke 2:7)

5. Jesus, who was your fist-born son. (Luke 2:7)

6. Jesus, at whose birth, the angels glorified God. (Luke 2:13)

7. Jesus, to whom the shepherds came to pay homage. (Luke 2:16)

8. Jesus, to whom the magi from the East came to offer gifts. (Matthew 2:11)

9. Jesus, whom Herod sought to kill. (Matthew 2:13)

10. Jesus, whom you saved by calling Joseph to escape to Egypt. (Matthew 2:14)

 

The Third Joyful Mystery: The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple

 

1. Jesus, who was circumcised on the eighth day. (Luke 2:21)

2. Jesus, who you brought to Jerusalem to be presented to the Lord. (Luke 2:22)

3. Jesus, whose sacrifice was foreshadowed by the sacrifice of a pair of turtledoves or two young pigeons. (Luke 2:24)

4. Jesus, who Simeon took into his arms. (Luke 2:28)

5. Jesus, the salvation prepared in the sight of all the nations. (Luke 2:30)

6. Jesus, the light of revelation for all the nations. (Luke 2:32)

7. Jesus, destined to be a sign that is opposed. (Luke 2:34)

8. Jesus, destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel. (Luke 2:34)

9. Jesus, of whom the prophetess Anna spoke to all who awaited the deliverance of Jerusalem. (Luke 2:38)

10. Jesus, with whom the Holy Family returned to their own town of Nazareth. (Luke 2:39)

 

The Fifth Joyful Mystery: The Finding of Jesus in the Temple

 

1. Jesus, who as a child grew and became strong, being filled with wisdom and God's favor. (Luke 2:40)

2. Jesus, who went with you and Joseph to the festival in Jerusalem when he was twelve years old. (Luke 2:42)

3. Jesus, who stayed behind in Jerusalem without his parents knowing it. (Luke 2:43)

4. Jesus, whom you sought among relatives and acquaintances. (Luke 2:44)

5. Jesus, whom you found in the Temple three days later. (Luke 2:46)

6. Jesus, who was sitting among the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions. (Luke 2:46)

7. Jesus, who was heard by all the teachers who were astounded at his intelligence and his replies. (Luke 2:47)

8. Jesus, whom you told: "My child, why have you done this to us?" (Luke 2:48)

9. Jesus, who replied: "Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father's house?" (Luke 2:49)

10. Jesus, who returned to Nazareth and lived under his parents´ authority. (Luke 2:51)

 

The First Luminous Mystery: The Baptisme of Jesus in the Jordan

 

1. Jesus, who came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. (Matthew 3:13)

2. Jesus, to whom John replied: "It is I who need baptism from you, and yet you come to me!" (Matthew 3:14)

3. Jesus, who said: "Let it now be so, in order to fulfill God's will." (Matthew 3:15)

4. Jesus who was baptized in the Jordan by John. (Mark 1:9)

5. Jesus, who came out of water after his baptism. (Matthew 3:16)

6. Jesus, at whose baptism, the heavens opened. (Matthew 3:16)

7. Jesus, who saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him. (Matthew 3:16)

8. Jesus, at whose baptism a voice from heaven spoke. (Mathew 3:17)

9. Jesus, who the Father proclaimed as his Beloved Son on whom His favor rests. (Mathew 3:17)

10. Jesus, who said: "Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved." (Mark 16:16)

 

The Second Luminous Mystery: The Wedding at Cana

 

1. Jesus, who was invited with his disciples to a wedding at Cana in Galilee. (John 2:2)

2. Jesus, to whom you said: "They have no wine." (John 2:3)

3. Jesus, who answered: "My hour has not come yet." (John 2:4)

4. Jesus, of whom you said: "Do whatever he tells you." (John 2:5)

5. Jesus, who said: "Fill the jars with water." (John 2:7)

6. Jesus, who said to servants: "Draw some out now and take it to the man in charge of the feast." (John 2:8)

7. Jesus, who had changed the water into wine. (John 4:46)

8. Jesus, who had realized the first of his signs. (John 2:11)

9. Jesus, who revealed his glory. (John 2:11)

10. Jesus, in whom his disciples believed. (John 2:11)

 

The Third Luminous Mystery: Jesus' Proclamation of the Kingdom of God

 

1. Jesus, who remained in the desert for forty days, and was put to the test by Satan. (Mark 1:13)

2. Jesus, who went to Galilee and proclaimed there the gospel of God. (Mark 1:14)

3. Jesus, who said: "The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is close at hand." (Mark 1:15)

4. Jesus, who said: "Repent, and believe the gospel." (Mark 1:15)

5. Jesus, who cured every kind of disease and every kind of illness. (Matthew 9:35)

6. Jesus, who said to his apostles: "And as you go, proclaim the good news, that the kingdom of Heaven is  at hand." (Matthew 10:7)

7. Jesus, who said: "Set your hearts first on the kingdom of God, and his righteousness, and all these other things will be given you as well." (Matthew 6:33)

8. Jesus, who said: "There will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner repenting than over ninety-nine righteous people with no need of repentance." (Luke 15:7)

9. Jesus, who said to the adulterous woman: "Neither do I condemn you. Go away, and from this moment, sin no more." (John 8:11)

10. Jesus, who as King will say to those on his right hand: "Come, you whom my Father has blessed, and receive the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world." (Matthew 25:34)

 

The Fourth Luminous Mystery: The Transfiguration

 

1. Jesus, who took Peter, James and his brother John with him, by themselves, and led them up a high mountain. (Matthew 17:1)

2. Jesus, who was transfigured in their presence. (Matthew 17:2)

3. Jesus, whose face shone like the sun and whos3 clothes became as dazzling as light. (Matthew 17:2)

4. Jesus, who was spoke with Moses and Elijah. (Matthew 17:3)

5. Jesus, to whom Peter said: "Lord, it is wonderful for us to be here; if you want me to, I will make three shelters." (Mathew 17:4)

6. Jesus, whose disciples were suddenly covered by a bright cloud. (Matthew, 17:5)

7. Jesus, who was honored and glorified by God and the Father. (2 Peter 1:17)

8. Jesus, who is the Beloved Son of God. (Matthew 17:5)

9. Jesus, to whom we should listen to. (Matthew 17:5)

10. Jesus, whose disciples fell to the ground and were overcome by fear.  (Matthew 17:6)

 

The Fifth Luminous Mystery: The Institution of the Eucharist

 

1. Jesus, who said: "I am the living bread that has come down from heaven." (John 6:51)

2. Jesus, who said: "Anyone who eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I shall give is my flesh, for the life of the world." (John, 6:51)

3. Jesus, who said: "For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink." (John 6:55)

4. Jesus, who said: "I have ardently longed to eat this Passover with you before I suffer." (Luke 22:15)

5. Jesus, who loving those who were his in the world, loved them to the end. (John 13:1)

6. Jesus, who broke the bread, and said: "This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me." (1 Corinthians 11:24)

7. Jesus, who took a cup, and when he had given thanks, handed it to them saying, "Drink from this, all of you,for this is my blood." (Matthew 26:27-28)

8. Jesus, who said: "Do this in remembrance of me." (1 Corinthians 11:24)

9. Jesus, who said: "If you do not eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you." (John 6:53)

10. Jesus, who said: "He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I shall raise him up on the last day." (John, 6:54)

 

The First Sorrowful Mystery: The Agony in the Garden

 

1. Jesus, who left the supper to make his way to the Mount of Olives. (Luke 22:39)

2. Jesus, who went to pray and took Peter, James and John with him. (Mark 14:32-33)

3. Jesus, who went on a little further, fell on his face and prayed. (Matthew 26:39)

4. Jesus, who prayed: "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass me by. Nevertheless, let it be as you, not I, would have it." (Matthew 26:39)

5. Jesus, whose sweat fell to the ground like great drops of blood. (Luke 22:44)

6. Jesus, who came back to the disciples and found them sleeping. (Matthew 26:40)

7. Jesus, who said to Peter: "So you did not have the strength to stay awake with me for one hour?" (Matthew 26:40)

8. Jesus, who went away and prayed for a second time: "My Father, if this cup cannot pass, but I must drink it, your will be done!" (Matthew 26:42)

9. Jesus, who came back again and found them sleeping. (Matthew 26:43)

10. Jesus, who left his disciples and went away again and prayed for a third time, repeating the same words. (Matthew 26:44)

 

The Second Sorrowful Mystery: The Scourging at the Pillar

 

1. Jesus, who was betrayed by Judas´ kiss. (Matthew 26:48)

2. Jesus, who was arrested by a crowed that came for him like a robber, with swords and clubs. (Cf. Matthew 26:55)

3. Jesus, who was abandoned by his disciples, who fled in the night. (Matthew 26:56)

4. Jesus, who was seized, bound and taken to the high priest. (John 18:12)

5. Jesus, against whom the whole Sanhedrin sought evidence to put him to death. (Mark 14:55)

6. Jesus, against whom several lying witnesses came forward. (Matthew 26:60)

7. Jesus, accused of blasphemy. (Matthew 26:65)

8. Jesus, condemned to death by the Sanhedrin. (Matthew 26:66)

9. Jesus, whose face was spat at, and who was beaten. (Matthew 26:67)

10. Jesus, who Peter denied three times. (Matthew 26:70-74)

 

The Third Sorrowful Mystery: The Crowning with Thorns

 

1. Jesus, who was bound by the order of the high priests and led away to Pilate. (Matthew 27:2)

2. Jesus, against whom crowds were persuaded to shout: "Let him be crucified." (Matthew 27:20-22)

3. Jesus, who Pilate asked: "Are you the king of the Jews?" (Mark 15:2)

4. Jesus, who said: "My kingdom is not from this world." (John 18:36)

5. Jesus, whom Pilate found not guilty. (John 18:38)

6. Jesus, whose scourging Pilate ordered. (Matthew 27:26)

7. Jesus, covered with a scarlet cloak and crowned with thorns. (Matthew 27:28-29)

8. Jesus, in whose right hand a reed was placed. (Matthew 27:29)

9. Jesus, before whom the soldiers knelt to mock him. (Matthew 27:29) ...

10. Jesus, by whose wounds we have been healed. (1 Peter, 2:24) 

 

The Fourth Sorrowful Mystery: The Carrying of the Cross

 

1. Jesus, led away to be crucified. (Matthew 27:31)

2. Jesus, whom Simon of Cyrene helped to carry the cross. (Matthew 27:32)

3. Jesus, led to be executed among criminals. (Luke 23:32)

4. Jesus, for whom women mourned and lamented. (Luke 23:27)

5. Jesus, who said: "Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me." (Luke 23:28)

6. Jesus, who said "Weep rather for yourselves and your children." (Luke 23:28)

7. Jesus, who bore our sins in his own body on the cross. (1 Peter 2:24)

8. Jesus, ill-treated, afflicted and slain for our sins. (Isaiah 53:7)

9. Jesus, led to the slaughter-house like a lamb. (Isaiah 53:7)

10. Jesus, who was brought to a place called Golgotha, meaning the place of the skull. (Mark 15:22)

 

The Fifth Sorrowful Mystery: The Crucifixion and Death of our Lord

 

1. Jesus, who was nailed to the cross. (Matthew 27:35)

2. Jesus, whose clothing was shared out by casting lots. (Matthew 27:35)

3. Jesus, who said: "Father, forgive them; they do not know what they are doing." (Luke 23:34)

4. Jesus, who the passers-by jeered at and said: "Save yourself if you are God's son, and come down from the cross!" (Matthew 27:39-40)

5. Jesus, who said to one of the criminals: "Today you will be with me in paradise." (Luke 23:43)

6. Jesus, whose mother stood by the cross with the disciple whom Jesus loved. (John 19:26)

7. Jesus, who crying out in a loud voice gave up his spirit. (Matthew 27:50)

8. Jesus, whose side was pierced with a lance by one of the soldiers. (John, 19:34)

9. Jesus, who was buried in a new tomb. (Luke 23:53)

10. Jesus, who died in order to conquer sin once and for all. (Romans 6:10)

 

The First Glorious Mystery: The Resurrection

 

1. Jesus, who was raised to life on the third day according to the scriptures. (Corinthians 15:4)

2. Jesus, who appeared to women after his resurrection. (Matthew 28:9)

3. Jesus, who appeared to his disciples. (Matthew 28:17)

4. Jesus, who appeared also to doubting Thomas. (Cf. John 20:26-27)

5. Jesus, who said: "Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe." (John 20:29)

6. Jesus, over whom death has no power any more. (Romans 6:9)

7. Jesus, who said: "I am the resurrection, and the life." (John 11:25)

8. Jesus, who said: "Anyone who believes in me, even though he die, shall live." (John 1:25)

9. Jesus, who was resurrected as the first-fruits of all who have fallen asleep. (Corinthians 15:20)

10. Jesus, with whom we also shall appear in glory. (Colossians 3:4)

 

The Second Glorious Mystery:  The Ascension

 

1. Jesus, who for forty days continued to appear to the apostles and spoke to them about the kingdom of God. (Acts, 1:3)

2. Jesus, who left the side of the apostles while blessing them. (Lukas 24:51)

3. Jesus taken up from their sight into a cloud. (Acts 1:9)

4. Jesus, taken up into heaven. (Acts 1:11)

5. Jesus, who sits on the God's right hand and intercedes for us. (Romans 8:34)

6. Jesus, who will come back in the same way as the apostles have seen him go to the heaven. (Acts 1:11)

7. Jesus, who said: "In my Father's house there are many rooms." (John 14:2)

8. Jesus, who said: "I am going now to prepare a place for you." (John 14:2)

9. Jesus, who said: "I am with you always, to the end of time." (Matthew 28:20)

10. Jesus, who is the same today as he was yesterday and as he will be forever. (Jews 13:8)

 

The Third Glorious Mystery:  The Descent of the Holy Spirit

 

1. Jesus, anointed with the Holy Spirit and with power. (Acts 10:38)

2. Jesus, who promised the apostles an Advocate, the Spirit of the truth. (John 15:26)

3. Jesus, who said: "When the Spirit of truth comes he will lead you to the complete truth." (John 16:13)

4. Jesus, whose Spirit filled the apostles who began to speak as the Spirit gave them power to express themselves. (Acts 2, 4)

5. Jesus, who poured the Holy Spirit out abundantly. (Acts 2:33)

6. Jesus, whose Spirit guides the apostles. (Acts 16:7)

7. Jesus, whose apostles laid hands on people who received the Holy Spirit. (Acts 8:17)

8. Jesus, who gave us the Spirit as a pledge. (Corinthians 5:5)

9. Jesus, whose Spirit is crying out in our hearts ‘Abba, Father'. (Galatians 4:6)

10. Jesus, in whose name the Spirit was sent. (John 14:26)

 

The Fourth Glorious Mystery: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 

 

1. Jesus, who has chosen you to be His mother from the beginning of times. (Cf. Genesis 3:15)

2. Jesus, who preserved you from Original Sin. (Cf. Luke 1:28)

3. Jesus, who was born from you, a woman. (Galatians 4:4)

4. Jesus, who fulfilled your petition at the wedding in Cana in Galilee. (John 2:3-5)

5. Jesus, in whose faith you are blessed. (Luke 11:27)

6. Jesus, who entrusted you his beloved disciple. (John 19:26)

7. Jesus, who gave you to us as our mother. (John 19:27)

8. Jesus, who did not allow you to be defiled by sin. (Cf. Ephesians 1:3)

9. Jesus, through whom your body and soul was assumed into the glory of heaven. (Cf. Revelations 12:1)

10. Jesus, in whose glory the beauty of your body and soul shine in heaven. (Cf. Ephesians 1:4)

 

The Fifth Glorious Mystery: The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 

1. Jesus, who crowned you in heaven. (Cf. Revelations 12:1)

2. Jesus, with whom you reign in heaven. (Cf. Ephesians 1:3)

3. Jesus, to whom you pray, interceding for us. (Cf. John 2:3)

4. Jesus, who entrusted us to your maternal care. (Cf. John 19:27)

5. Jesus, who gave us your example of unceasing prayer for the Church. (Cf. Luke 2:51)

6. Jesus, who endowed you with glory. (Cf. Ephesians 1:4)

7. Jesus, who will come at the end of times. (Cf. 1 Timothy 6:14)

8. Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead. (Cf. 2 Timothy 4:1)

9. Jesus, through whom all things will be renewed. (Cf. 1 Peter 5:10)

10. Jesus, whose return we await. (Cf. Titus 2:13)

 

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

 

Glory be to the Father, to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, as it was, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

 

Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of mercy ...

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