Mary is not the mother of God

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JaumeJ

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How is a creature (created) considered the mother of the Alph and the Omega?

Jesus Christ was just as you ad I until He was resurrected. From His own words after rising to the woman when she tried to touch Him, do not touch me for I am not yet ascended to the Father. His body was not yet glorified. It is oddd it took 40 days for the final moment, while come the resurrection we shall all be transformed in a moment,.
 

mailmandan

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The term mother of God should not be taken wrongly as implying that Mary was the source or originator of God. The idea that Mary is the mother of God in the sense that she was the source of God or is herself part of the Godhead is unbiblical. Mary was the human agent through whom the eternal Son of God took on a human body and a human nature and entered the world. Within her body the divine person of Jesus Christ, God the Son took on human nature in addition to His divine nature. Since Jesus is fully God and fully man, it's correct to say that Mary gave birth to God the Son in the flesh.
 

TMS

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I don't think we should try to understand what God hasn't revealed but we can be shore that Mary was not divine and Jesus is 100% divine and 100% human. Human wisdom will mess up truth so i resign to not knowing all the details and will ask God.
 

onlinebuddy

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Absolutely blasphemous to call Mary the Mother of God!
Mother-child worship is as old as Nimrod and Semiramis. Pagan traditions got incorporated into Christianity during the reign of Constantine around 300AD. Mary worship began around 431AD. Then they elevated her above Jesus and then above God. Ask them and they would deny it!
 
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Mary said to the angel, "How can this be, since I am a virgin?" The angel answered and said to her, "The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you; and for that reason the holy Child shall be called the Son of God.

More blather and drivel........the above says it all......as far as the Catholic worship of MARY <----pure idolatry!!!
 

MattforJesus

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Mary is not the mother of God.
Mary is not the mother of God, and God has no beginning, and cannot be born, but she is the mother of the child Christ Jesus, the flesh.

They think because Mary gave birth to the child Christ Jesus, God manifest in the flesh, that she also gave birth to God, for they think if Jesus is God manifest in flesh, and the child Christ Jesus came out of her then she gave birth to God also, but that is not true.

God cannot be separated, and for God to come forth of the womb along with the child Christ Jesus means that there is an empty space of the Spirit in one place, and a double portion of the Spirit in another place, which cannot happen.

God manifest in the flesh means that God manifest all His attributes to the man Christ Jesus, and the Spirit in Christ is still connected to the omnipresent Spirit of God for He cannot be separated.

The man Christ Jesus does not have His own Spirit that moves around with Him, for there cannot be a double portion of the Spirit in one place, and an empty space where the Spirit is not at.

But Jesus moves through the Spirit, and where ever He is at the Spirit is there, for the Spirit is omnipresent, and does not have to move for the Spirit is already there.

When Mary had the child Christ Jesus it was only the flesh that moved out of her womb, for the Spirit did not move out of the womb, for the Spirit does not have to move for the Spirit is already there.

It was only the child Christ Jesus that came out of the womb, for the Spirit did not move anywhere.

Had the Spirit moved out of the womb with Jesus then there would of been an empty space where the Spirit is not at, and a double portion of the Spirit in another place.

Of course I should not have to go to this measure, for of course Mary is not the mother of God, but she is only the mother of the child Christ Jesus.

1Ti 6:14 That thou keep this commandment without spot, unrebukeable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ:
1Ti 6:15 Which in his times he shall shew, who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords;
1Ti 6:16 Who only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach un
to; whom no man hath seen, nor can see: to whom be honour and power everlasting. Amen.

Do they think Jesus is only God in a visible image, but Jesus is an omnipresent Spirit.

There is one God, the Father, who is above all, and through all, and in you all, for God is in everyone for He is an omnipresent Spirit that flows all through physical objects, so how can they say Mary is the mother of God when all people have God in them, but the man Christ Jesus has the fulness of the Spirit, where the saints have partial attributes.

So that would mean all women that had a child would be the mother of God, for it would be the same situation as Mary, for whether God gives all attributes, or partial attributes, it is still God is in everyone.

For the Spirit is in everyone the same in the fulness of His attributes for He cannot be reduced, but God gives the attributes to people accordingly, in the man Christ Jesus the fulness, saints partial attributes, the world the ability to repent of their sins and be saved.

For it is no different of Mary having a child, or another woman having a child, for that child has the Spirit in them, and God giving the fulness of His attributes to the child Christ Jesus does not mean Mary is the mother of God, for the Spirit is still the same in a child that is born of any woman.

And if the Spirit is the same whether Mary had a child, or another woman has a child, and God is in everyone, how is Mary the mother of God, for what did she do to make anything different, and all children born has the Spirit that is in the fulness for the Spirit cannot be reduced, only different workings of God in people.

If you know what I mean.
 

JaumeJ

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It seems most cannot remove themselves from the flesh, in so being they are glorifying the flesh and not the Father of all.
 

dadman

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I've always heard it explained this way ....... Mary is the Mother of Jesus' humanity and God is the Father of Jesus' deity
so technically, no, Mary is not the Mother of God .... God has no Mother
I believe Catholicism calls her the 'Mother of God' because they indeed want to DEIFY Mary < false doctrine
 
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Mary, like any believer as the bride of Christ is one of the many lively stones that makes up the spiritual house of God, the church. Mary like all believers is recognized as the mother of us all Just as was Paul who suffered as in birth pain until Christ seed was formed in him.

The idea of a queen of heaven or mother of God. God has no mother he remains without mother and father beginning or end of Spirit life as eternal God and is not a man as us.

It is simply the counterfeiter or literalizer trying to establish things before the time. We are not what we will be as new creatures, neither male nor female, Jew nor Gentile.