Bible lesson # 4: Catholic Mary mother of God. Jewish mother of Jesus a human being.

Every time a Catholic faithful pray the rosary, that person says: «Hail Mary Mother of God». But does God have a mother?

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A Roman Catholic image of the Jewish mother of Jesus.

The mother of Jesus was blessed among women, and had found favor with our God the Father.

But was Mary really the Mother of God? If so, who is the grand mother of God? And the grandmothers husband must obviously be the grand father of God.

The Catholic teaching leads us back to paganism, the belief in all the hosts of the air, The first cousins of God, and further one.

The spirit of antichrist is described a denying that Jesus had come in the flesh. If Jesus was not completely human when he walked on Earth, He is not the Son of David, the Son of man.

And if he was human, his mother was exactly: The human mother of a human being, Jesus is God the Son who had come to take on flesh.

When Roman Catholics are told the truth about their copy-cat Mary, some of them get angry. You can her them saying something like: «I will never leave my mother».

But the Jewish mother of Jesus never wanted to become your mother in the first place. The Bible says that Adams wife Eve is your mother. And my mother too.

The Jewish mother of Jesus might have looked like this

Eve is also the mother of Virgin Mary. Ladies. Like the mother of Jesus you all have a sinful nature.

The Pope in Rome in not telling us the truth about who the Catholic Mary is. Because she has never been, and can never be the same person as the mother of Jesus.

So what about what Jesus told the Apostle John at the cross?

«This is your mother».

That was simply a message to take care of her, since the husband of Mary mother of Jesus was not present.

If Josef was there, it would have been a blunt insult to ask a married woman to go and stay in a younger not married mans house.

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13 thoughts on “Bible lesson # 4: Catholic Mary mother of God. Jewish mother of Jesus a human being.

  1. Amen brother , well said. Good website. Keep our heads looking to the skies, for His return is at the door. God Bless

    1. Dear Rob

      Shalom, and welcome to this site. May the God of Israel keep you safe from all kind of Jesus-copies, also those in Rome and Mecca. May the Jewish Messiah Jesus of Nazareth bless you. Amen.

  2. May good Lord bless you all in ever thing you do and keep, see you true and may the great power of our Lord be will you all. Amen

  3. See how the statue of Mary in the first picture has a crown on her head…This crowning by the reigning Pope is supposed to represent the highest honor the Church can pay to an “image” of Jesus Christ or the Blessed Virgin Mary.
    How can the Catholics accept this form of worship as something God would be pleased with?

    1. Mary is the mother of Jesus. Jesus is King – the mother of a king is the Queen mother. Hence Mary was crowned as Queen mother on her assumption into heaven. This is for her ‘Yes’ in response to doing God’s will in being the vessel or Ark of the New Covenant to bear Jesus. You may understand this better upon reading the book of Revelation. God Bless You.

  4. Because Catholics think she is their mother & queen b/c they have been taught this by those in authority..,we are taught not to question those in authority!

  5. So what about what Jesus told the Apostle John at the cross?

    «This is your mother».

    In my opinion,mary can’t go back to her family.during jesus ministry
    his brothers,and two sisters, not believe in him.mary was living with her family at that time.even his brothers think that jesus’s mad.from the scripture we know that even his own brothers tried to kill jesus.

    my point is that almost the end of the jesus
    ministry mary came back to jesus.now the problem is that she can’t
    go back to her family members because they never accept her.

    that is why jesus told the apostle john at the cross «This is your mother».

    1. Dear Tony.

      Shalom.

      «This is your mother».

      Lets take a deeper look at this statement by the Messiah. What did Jesus not say:

      1. “This is the mother of God”.

      2. “John, she gave you birth”.

      3. John, she is your spiritual mother”.

      Than: What was the situation in Jerusalem, for Miriam the mother of Jesus?

      Where was Joseph, her husband?????

      If this around 50 year old married lady was to go and stay in the house of an unmarried man, this would be the scandal of the year. But if Joseph was dead and Miriam had become a widow, it would be a natural thing to say: ” John, please take care of my mother. She is your mother too”. Simply because Miriam had now become a believer in the Messiah, and non of her children had. She was alone. The mother of Jesus and John had become believers and spiritual relatives.

      Tell me what you think. Does this make sense?

  6. Well this is interesting. As a lifelong catholic this scripture John 19:27 proclaimed to me that Mary was my mother, too. Here Jesus is dying: why would he be simply talking about who is going to care for His mother? Seems too simplistic. Btw, in John 19:26, why the comment ‘disciple whom he loved?’…why did Jesus apparently love John more than others?

    1. First of all you need to understand John’s Gospel compared to the other Gospels!!!

      I would say that the differences between John’s gospel and the synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke) can be summarized in the following ways:

      1) Writing Style: John was not only an evangelist, but also a great Christian mystic, possibly the first. His gospel is harder to read and comprehend than the synoptic gospels because he perceived Jesus and his teachings in a mystical way, and it is hard to convey a mystical experience in writing. Plus it is considered the symbolic and even more theological!

      2) Artistic License: Whereas the synoptic evangelists also did this from time to time, John did it to a greater degree. For example, John changes the time of the crucifixion to correspond to the moment that the lambs in the temple were being slaughtered for the Pentecost meals. This was the use of artistic license to emphasize that Jesus was the Lamb of God (a very strong theme throughout John’s gospel). In terms of historical accuracy (i.e., “On what day did the crucifixion happen?”), Jesus was probably crucified after the Pentecost meal was completed, as conveyed in the synoptic gospels. As a side note, the use of artistic license within the gospels does not indicate inaccuracy in terms of the spiritual truths they describe. Artistic license was as much an aspect of teaching in the ancient world as it is today.

      3) Deeper Meaning of Catechisis: The synoptic gospels predate John and lay the foundation for catechisis. In other words, they tell who Jesus is, what Jesus taught, and how we have salvation through his sacrifice. John takes things to the next step in helping us to appreciate the deeper meaning. For example, the synoptics tell us of the institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper, but not much else in terms of Eucharistic theology (aside from the profound experience of the disciples in Emmaus who came to recognize Jesus in the “breaking of the bread”). John, however, gives us a greater explanation of what the Eucharist is (in the Bread of Life discourse of the sixth chapter) and then intentionally skips the description of the institution of the Eucharist in his gospel. Why did he skip it? Because that had already been done by Paul and the synoptic gospels – the basic catechetical work had already been done. John, rather, tells us of Jesus washing the apostles’ feet at the Last Supper (and is the only evangelist to do so). John already explained what the Eucharist is (6th Chapter) and now wants to underscore what the Eucharist is for. It is to be our source of power and guidance in living lives of loving Christian service to others. Of course, the Eucharist is more than just this, but Christian service is a major theme for John.

      And another question if I may. Some peeps say that John did not write the Gospel, the Tradition of the Church says he did. I am going with the Tradition of the Church in this one, but how do they get he did not write the Gospel?

      Simply put, the Forth Gospel is anonymous, and therefore the question of its authorship is open to debate. Scripture scholars will debate just about everything. It’s like asking a room full of economists to describe the state of the economy.

      1 Tim 5:4 If a widow has children or grandchildren, let them first learn their religious duty to their own family and make some return to their parents; for this is acceptable in the sight of God. … 5:7 Command this, so that they may be without reproach. 5:8 If any one does not provide for his relatives, and especially for his own family, he has disowned the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.

      Although the above New Testament passage doesn’t necessarily verify that it was an Old Testament Jewish custom, it does show that the Christian community expected children to be responsible for their widowed mother.

      Scripture Scholars (both Catholic and Most Protestants) understanding is that tradition says Mary lived with John until her death – which means that if James, the brother of the Lord was a son of Mary, then he would have been failing to carry out the above directive of the New Covenant Church.

  7. Isa 9:6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

    …is born……human side by Mary – son of Man
    …is given…..god side, eternal john 1:1-5 – son of God (psa 2, pro 30:4)

    brother IVAR, please share materials from http://www.be4thefire.com, 1cor 12:7
    God bless you!

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