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Old 17th December 2010, 04:40 PM
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Default Exultation and Veneration to the Virgin Mary is Biblical


{66:7} Before she was in labor, she gave birth. Before her time arrived for delivery, she gave birth to a male child.

Before she was in labor, she gave birth.

Before she was in "labor", she gave birth, this indicates that Mary had no physical "pain" during her pregnancy. Mary’s sufferings were spiritual, unifying herself to the sufferings of her Son, but she had not the usual physical pain of a pregnancy that women suffer.

Before her time arrived for delivery, she gave birth to a male child.

This passage also confirms that "before her time for delivery" arrived, meaning the usual way women give birth to children, she "happens" to give birth, this indicates that her Child was not delivered to this world the usual way all other women do, but that her Child was miraculously delivered to this world, her Child just appeared outside of her womb in an instant.

{66:8} Who has ever heard of such a thing? And who has seen anything like this? Will the earth give birth in one day? Or will a nation be born all at once? For Zion has been in labor, and she has given birth to her sons.
{66:9} Will I, who causes others to give birth, not also give birth myself, says the Lord? Will I, who bestows generation upon others, be barren myself, says the Lord your God?

This confirms the miraculous incarnation of Jesus in Mary’s womb through the Holy Spirit for God can do anything and with God anything is possible.

This passage is also telling us that Mary's Child is God: "Will I, who causes others to give birth, not also give birth myself, says the Lord?"


{66:10} Rejoice with Jerusalem, and exult in her, all you who love her! Rejoice greatly with her, all you who mourn over her!

God is calling us not just respect Mary, but to love and exult her!, His Mother. Anyone who rejects the Mother of God and of us let him be anathema.

{66:11} So may you nurse and be filled, from the breasts of her consolations. So may you receive milk and overflow with delights, from every portion of her glory.

The blessings a person can receive from God through Mary's intercession are limitless.

{66:12} For thus says the Lord: Behold, I will turn a river of peace toward her, with an inundating torrent: the glory of the Gentiles, from which you will nurse. You will be carried at the breasts, and they will caress you upon the knees.
{66:13} In the manner of one whom a mother caresses, so will I console you. And you will be consoled in Jerusalem.

God and Mary will console us. It is a great joy to to go God through Mary. St. Louis de Montfort said it is "the easiest and shorter way".

{66:14} You will see, and your heart will be glad, and your bones will flourish like a plant, and the hand of the Lord will be known to his servants, and he will be angry with his enemies.

There you have it, the infallible Word of God is telling us to go to Mary, our Blessed and loving Mother.
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