MARY AND HER MATERNITY OF GOD (3)
(…continues from part two…)
3) Jesus, as it were, put on the Adamic flesh and blood just as one would wear a toga customary to another. Angelic beings of celestial realm did sin, fell and lost their empyrean estates; pre-Adamic beings of the earth followed Lucifer into the gaol of sinfulness; they were stripped of their earthly bodies of whatever structure it was and they became ‘disembodied’ spirits of demonism. Christ, the LORD God of the Old Testament, did not put His divine head, arms, torso and legs in the angelic or the demonic aberration; the Saviour chose what the counsel of the Godhead had purposed before creation, entered into the joint participation with human flesh – which was fused into the incarnational process. “But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8).
Pauline 1Timothy 3:16 states unequivocally, “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.” Hallelujah! Theologically speaking, is it possible for God, the Creator, to have a mother? Mothering Jehovah is an absolute possibility of the deification of Mary. Could she be a ‘Goddess’? Why, for crying out loud, would such an aberrational latria be accorded a good and very humble natured Mary of the Bible, who will definitely deny this Mariolatrous crave of Catholicism?
The quiddity of maternity presupposes superiority of age above the object of parturition. If this is a truism, then Mary must be older, biologically, than the pristine Adam the female. Why do I think so? Mary must, of biological necessity, be older than the Incarnation of her parturition, simply because the LORD God is older than the Woman of Eden. Is Mary older than the Christ? Ascribing aeipartheonos to Mary, the mother of Jesus, is a proof of the fact that some theologians are bedevilled with the problem of philosophers, who, suffering from idleness of mind, will, on their own volition, decide to theorize things that cannot be found in the mind of the divine Object of theology: the LORD God. When you seem not to have anything to do, the right thing to do is to read the Bible, not as a literary stuff, but with the aid of the Holy Spirit.
Stars of halo and the crescent under her feet mean Mary is Semiramis, the worshipped goddess.
When philosophers began to explore the Bible with the tools of their theoretical mindset, I knew the Devil had given them a mission of biblical vitiation. Aeipartheonos, which means, ‘perpetual virgin’ became their leeway in support of Mariology. Catholicism also teaches that Mary was born sinless. Most definitely, Catholic Mariology fails so woefully to understand one of the reasons why Jesus must be born sinless. As the Last Adam, the Jesus of our salvation must be as sinless as the first Adam, who threw mankind into sinfulness. Jesus needed to start on a clean slate for the children of the world, if He must save humanity. Adam was created sinless on day number six.
Does the Scriptural understanding point out, in anywhere at all, that the earthly mother of Jesus has the power of salvation: a sole preserve of the Godhead? Was Mary, somewhere in Scripture, ever received an induction into the Godhead – making the number of the Divine Members four, thereby? They could not be true Christians to ever make a proposition for Mariology which ultimate culmination is Roman Catholic Church’s Mariolatrous crave of the veiled Nimro-Semiramis worship. You cannot beget that which already has an existence, especially of eternality. It was sheer divine honour for Mary to be chosen for the incarnafication of the Holy One of Israel, Immanuel.
Mary admits God as her Saviour
Mary was born a sinner. Let us study her words when she visited Elizabeth in Luke 1:46-47 46) “And Mary said, My soul doth magnify the Lord, 47) And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.” Who needs the Saviour if not the one born in iniquity and in sin was begotten? That was the asseveration of Mary of Catholicism veneration, when she, through the Holy Spirit’s inspiration declared Jehovah to be her Saviour. This Mary brought forth her firstborn, Son of God. Believed in Him as the Saviour, she did. She was numbered among the one hundred and twenty that tarried in Jerusalem to be empowered by the Holy Spirit. Mary got born again – to be forgiven of her original sin – as everyone must. She became a Christian, witnessing the Lordship of Jesus, the Saviour of mankind – her Saviour. Selah. Did Mary go through Holy maternity? Yes. The containerization of Jesus in Mary’s matrix was the unbelievable gestational process of the Holy One of Israel, Jesus. Does it translate to Divine maternity? Certainly not! Did Joseph marry a wife of eternal existence? Selah!
Getting born again is a conscious effort on the part of an individual. Get born again. Say this sinner’s prayer.
“Dear heavenly Father, I come to You now in the name of Jesus Christ. I believe in my heart that Jesus is the Son of God. I believe that Jesus died on the cross for my sin. I believe that You raised Him from the dead. I confess with my mouth that Jesus is Lord and I receive Him now as my Lord and my Saviour. I give God all the glory. Amen!”
Read part 2 here