Monday, April 1, 2013

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ and Love of His Mother

In the Book of Mark, which is thought to be the first of the Gospels written, it is written that it was Mary Magdalene, Mary, and Salome who found the stone rolled away.  It was to Mary Magdalene that the resurrected Jesus Christ first appeared.  She seemed and was altogether stronger and more stalwart than the 11 remaining disciples (Judas having gone to perhaps by suicide, in grief). 

Women, including Mary and Mary Magdalene, were particularly noted for standing, kneeling, and crying by Jesus Christ during His ordeal on Golgotha. Once again the indications and the historical evidence reflects that women were, are, and shall forever be the symbol of consciousness as it pertains to freedom, justice, pride, family, courage, faithfulness, and love like no other.

I praise the courage and love of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, on the day that He gave His life on the cross with such pain and torture on His body and soul. I celebrate His glorious resurrection that came about as result of this mission of love.

I give glory and gratitude to the Mary, Jesus' mother, and to all the women close to Mary and Mary Magdalene, who never left the site of the cross where Jesus Christ was nailed alive. They remained until He was taken down.

This same courage and pride resides in our mothers on this earth. The time has come for us to embrace them like never ever before, and let them know how thankful we are for the love and sacrifices that they made for us.

Ramsey Muñiz

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