Greek1097. ginosko -- to come to know, recognize, perceive ...
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The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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Hail virgin, Dearest Mary
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The Death of the Blessed virgin Mary at Ephesus
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The virgin Mary's Song; Or, the Promised Messiah Born, Luke 1 46 ...
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The Epistle of Ignatius to the Virgin Mary
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The Blessed virgin Mary May have Lived Without Sin. None of the ...
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The virgin Mary's Song. Luke 1:46Ff.
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The Blessed and Glorious Ever-virgin Mary, Sprung from the Royal ...
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The Parallel Case of Mary Considered.
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Smith's Bible DictionaryMary the Virgin
the mother of our Lord. There is no person perhaps in sacred or profane history around whom so many legends have been grouped a the Virgin Mary; and there are few whose authentic history is more concise. She was, like Joseph, of the tribe of Judah and of the lineage of David. (Psalms 132:11; Luke 1:32; Romans 1:3) She had a sister, named, like herself, (John 19:25) and she was connected by marriage, (Luke 1:36) with Elizabeth, who was of the tribe of Levi and of the lineage of Aaron. This is all that we know of her antecedents. She was betrothed to Joseph of Nazareth; but before her marriage she became with child by the Holy Ghost, and became the mother of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world. Her history at this time, her residence at Bethlehem, flight to Egypt, and return to her early home st Nazareth, are well known. Four times only does she appear after the commencement of Christ's ministry. These four occasions are--
- The marriage at Cana in Galilee took place in the three months which intervened between the baptism of Christ and the passover of the year 27. Mary was present, and witnessed the first miracle performed by Christ, when he turned the water into wine. She had probably become a widow before this time.
- Capernaum, (John 2:12) and Nazareth, (Matthew 4:13; 13:54; Mark 6:1) appear to have been the residence of Mary for a considerable period. The next time that she is brought before us we find her at Capernaum, where she, with other relatives, had gone to inquire about the strange stories they had heard of her son Jesus. They sought an audience with our Lord, which was not granted, as he refused to admit any authority on the part of his relatives, or any privilege on account of their relationship.
- The next scene in Mary's life brings us to the foot of the cross. With almost his last words Christ commended his mother to the care of him who had borne the name of the disciple whom Jesus loved: "Woman, behold thy son." And front that hour St. John assures us that he took her to his own abode. So far as Mary is portrayed to us in Scripture, she is, as we should have expected the most tender, the most faithful humble, patient and loving of women, but a woman still.
- In the days succeeding the ascension of Christ Mary met with the disciples in the upper room, (Acts 1:14) waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit with power.
Mary the Mother of Jesus
Mary the Virgin
Mary: A Christian Woman in Rome
Mary: Assists in Preparing the Corpse of Jesus for Burial
Mary: Attends the Feast at Jerusalem With Her Husband and Her Son
Mary: Magdalene: Possessed of Devils, Delivered by Jesus
Mary: Magdalene: Present at the Crucifixion
Mary: Magdalene: Recognizes Jesus After the Resurrection
Mary: Mother of Mark and Sister of Barnabas
Mary: Sister of Lazarus: Anoints Jesus
Mary: Sister of Lazarus: Beloved of Jesus
Mary: Sister of Lazarus: Sits at Jesus' Feet for Instruction
Mary: Sister of Mary the Mother of Jesus, and Wife of Cleophas
Mary: Sister of Mary the Mother of Jesus, and Wife of Cleophas: A Witness of the Resurrection
Mary: Sister of Mary the Mother of Jesus, and Wife of Cleophas: At the Gravesite of Jesus
Mary: Sister of Mary the Mother of Jesus, and Wife of Cleophas: Mother of James and Joses
Mary: The Mother of Jesus
Mary: The Mother of Jesus is Committed to the Care of John
Mary: The Mother of Jesus is Present With Jesus at a Marriage Feast in Cana of Galilee
Mary: The Mother of Jesus: Lives With the Disciples in Jerusalem
Mary: The Mother of Jesus: Present at the Cross
Mary: The Mother of Jesus: Prophecies Concerning
Mary: The Mother of Jesus: Seeks Jesus when he is Teaching in a House
Mary: The Mother of Jesus: Visits Her Cousin, Elisabeth
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