Ckempston/Reverting to something,
Now Reverting to Something, now this is ridiculous:eek:
No! I never stated that heaven has an incomplete family, now here is what I stated: “God, is our Father! Jesus, is our Brother, WHERE IS OUR MOTHER? No Mother, in heaven only means that heaven, heaven has a broken family. **As we know in heaven there is nothing BROKEN.”/**B] Please scroll and find the original statement and see it for yourself.
Oh, please. So, “broken family” is somehow better or different from incomplete family? Your “explanation” doesn’t fix the stated problem. The Father and Son have existed for eternity with no mother involved. The “Heavenly Family” wouldn’t be broken without Mary.
Now, as you have read, what does the last sentence that I stated that is underlined say above? I rest my case. So quit puting words that are not true. next time read carfully don’t be in haste to dis honor Virgin Mary, it will be only to your down fall.
Nobody’s dishonoring anybody. Did Jesus himself dishonor Mary when he said that “his mother and brothers and sisters” are those who do God’s will? Jesus dismissed the earthly relationship as unimportant. I call Mary blessed. Period. End of story.
Yes, as you say heaven was doing fine before Virgin Mary Existed But I will raise that bar and say heaven was doing GREAT before Virgin Mary Existed.
… But I tell you this, How much more beautiful it is in heaven now that their is a motherly love that we humans are acustomed to. this why Jesus wants us to have a mother in heaven. Amen
So, you’re saying the godhead was incomplete without Mary, eh? Interesting. Any Roman Catholics want to jump on the bandwagon here?
Ckempston, what you don’t understand or I should say, you have not been given the Grace to understand, What Jesus said on the Cross, remember his last command to us.
(John 19:26)…“WOMAN, THERE IS YOUR SON.” IN TURN HE SAID TO THE DISCIPLE, “THERE IS YOUR MOTHER.” FROM THAT HOUR ONWARD, THE DISCIPLE TOOK HER INTO HIS CARE. WOW! That HOUR Onward, not a week later, not a day later, but from that hour onward! Ckempston, this should indeed tell you SOMETHING, SOMETHING TO REVERT TOO. DOING SO, THIS IS NOT RIDICULOUS, BUT RELIGEOUS.
Uh, that was a command specifically directed at John, and he quite clearly explains that he “took her into his house.” Jesus didn’t yell to the crowds and say, “hey everybody here is your Mother!”
That hour onward The Catholic Church took Virgin Mary into their CARE! From that hour onward we call Virgin Mary our Mother, OBEYING Jesus Christ last command while he was yet alive hanging from the Cross, Ckempston, if you so choose not to Obey Jesus Last command and take Virgin Mary as your Mother, then that is your fault, yours and yours alone!
What a ridiculous comment. First, it was directed at John, as I already said. Second, have you ever raised the dead? Jesus commands his disciples to do that? Ever done it? Huh? If you choose not to obey Jesus’ command to raise the dead then that is your fault and yours alone.
Ckempston, don’t be affraid to call Virgin Mary your Mother, Jesus did and continues to do so in heaven. How do I know that Jesus Calls Virgin Mary Mother in heaven? The answer is! For the simple fact that Jesus Can not break the Commandment of “thou shall Honor your Father and thy Mother.” I believe that this Commandment still stands in Heaven, don’t you?
I don’t really have a problem with calling Mary mother, as I already pointed out.
Now you have not answered me the question that I ask from you before,here it is again: Ckempston, Have you Called Virgin Mary Blessed today? Have you thanked her for saying YES, to have our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? Answer me these 2 question first, before deciding to write me about anything else.
I called her blessed once. That’s quite enough. There’s no command in the Bible to call Mary blessed every day, pray with/to her, or to revere her. Mary is not omniscient, and neither is she outside of time, so she couldn’t hear me if I tried to talk to her anyway.
May the Holy Family in Heaven Bless you,
There is no one good but God alone. Remember that.