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Published: Wednesday, July 9 2014 11:30 a.m. MDT

Updated: Wednesday, July 9 2014 12:01 p.m. MDT

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donn
layton, UT

RE:"Mary the mother of Jesus",Since Mary is Jesus’ mother,it must be concluded that she is also the Mother of God.

“Theirs are the patriarchs, and from them is traced the human ancestry of the Messiah, who is God over all.”(Romans 9:5).

She is rightly called not only the mother of the man, but also the Mother of God ... It is certain that Mary is the Mother of the real and true God." Martin Luther.

Elizabeth called Mary Mother of the Lord, because the unity of the person in the two natures of Christ was such that she could have said that the mortal man engendered in the womb of Mary was at the same time the eternal God."[John Calvin).

Irenaeus"The Virgin Mary, being obedient to his word, received from an angel the glad tidings that she would bear God" [A.D. 189]).

Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

I, too, love it when I encounter people choosing to Magnify. Not only at Church but at work, at play. People who respectfully do their best are truly rewarding to be around and inspire me to want to do better. Thanks for the idea of magnifying belonging also to holding in high regard and not just going the extra mile in effort!

RSL*
Why, AZ

I am the opposite of magnifying anything. I like being lazy and do not like being asked to do stuff. That is probably why I don't have a church calling and I am loving it.

amagnetick
AV, CA

I'm surprised and then again I'm not at some of things people are actually proud of.

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