The Church was like a pregnant woman all the while the Holy Spirit was residing in the Church. The child entered into the womb of the woman when the Holy Spirit came upon the Christians on the day of Pentecost.This means that the Christians constitute the pregnant Virgin Mary who was betrothed to Joseph. The Apostle Paul understood this very well, that was why he told the Christians that they were like a virgin promised in marriage to a man.
“You are like a pure virgin whom I have promised in marriage to one man only; Christ himself.” (2 Corinthians 11:2)
The Gospel was a story teaching that the perfect human body is made up of the flesh and the Holy Spirit; and that the Holy Spirit dwells in the flesh. Jesus was made up of the flesh and the Holy Spirit while he was preaching in the company of his twelve disciples. The Holy Spirit was residing inside him, and h was a man whose flesh was formed from the body of a woman whose name was Mary.
The Church began as the coming of the Holy Spirit on the bodies of the Apostles. Each Apostle was transformed to Jesus Christ because his flesh was united with the Spirit of God immediately the Holy Spirit came upon him. Every Apostle that went out preaching after the Pentecost was really Jesus Christ spreading the Gospel by himself. Jesus was only one man before his death, but was multiplied to many people at the Pentecost. This was what the Apostle Paul was explaining in his explanation of the resurrected body.
“And what you sow is a bare seed, perhaps a grain of wheat or some other grain, not the full-bodied plant that will later grow up.” (1 Corinthians 15:37)
Every Christian was a cell in the body of Christ and the sum of the Christians before the day of Pentecost was equal to the Virgin called Mary. Immediately the Holy Spirit came upon them, they were transformed into the Virgin who was pregnant. The child in her womb was the Holy Spirit.
The sum of the Holy Spirit working in the Christians is equal to the child in the womb of Mary: and the sum of the bodies of the Christians who had the Holy Spirit working in them was equal to the flesh of Virgin Mary. Since the sum of the Christians is equal to the Church, the Church is the body of Virgin Mary; and the Holy Spirit in the Church was the child in the womb of Virgin Mary. The Holy Spirit inside the Church was the God that the Christians were worshiping.
Since the Christians constitute the body cells of Mary, the Church was Virgin Mary promised in marriage to Joseph. The third person of the Blessed Trinity is Jacob, and Joseph, one of the sons of Jacob, was the carrier of the Holy from the land of Canaan to Egypt. The Promised Land was transformed back to the Land of Canaan at the time of the birth of Jesus; therefore Joseph had to take the child Jesus to Egypt like he led the Israelites to Egypt.
The Hebrews constitute the Church or Mary at the time; the Holy Spirit guiding the Hebrews was the Child in the womb, and Joseph was the foster father. The birth of the child was the birth of the Hebrew nation. The nation was born immediately Jacob and his family left the Land of Canaan to join Joseph in Egypt. The Holy Spirit entered into a union with the Hebrews to form the Church which went into exile in Egypt.
The Holy Spirit first entered into alliance with Joseph, and Joseph was Jesus while the Holy Spirit was with him. He was Jesus (savior) because he was going to save the Hebrews from an impending famine.
As pregnant Virgin Mary, the Church will give birth to a Son, and the Church will be transformed into the flesh of Virgin Mary immediately the Son is born. Giving birth implies that the Holy Spirit will emerge from the Church and the Church will be transformed to the flesh. This means that Mary is the ultimate identify of the Church; the Catholics proved this by ultimately making Mary central to Catholic worship. Building shrines in honor of Mary and the saying of the Rosary are two examples of how the Church has become more of Mary than Jesus.
The Catholic Church has a life-cycle revolving round the image of Mary, as a virgin, a pregnant woman, and a mother. The virgin is the state of the Church before the coming of the Holy Spirit; the pregnant woman was when the Holy Spirit was in the Church working with the Christians, the mother was when the Holy Spirit came out of the Church through the institution of the Holy Eucharist.
The life-cycle of Mary is the Solar Cycle starting from the rising of the sun to the setting of the sun. Since the sun rises again the next day after its setting in the previous day, the Holy Spirit will return to Mary or the Church and the life-cycle of the Church will continue as long as the sun remains in the sky.
Reference to how important sunlight is in Christianity was portrayed as,
“There was a woman, whose dress was the sun” (Revelation 12:1)
There was a woman: there was the Church
There was a woman: there was Mary
There was a woman: there were the Christians
Whose dress was the sun: the Church exists in the sky as daily solar cycle starting from sunrise to sunset.
Whose dress was the sun: Mary’s life-cycle is in the sky as the daily solar cycle starting from sunrise to sunset
Sunrise to sunset constitute the cycle of the ascension and the return defining the life-cycle of Christianity. Christians have no iota of idea of what happened between sunset and the next sunrise. The next sunrise after sunset is the return of Jesus Christ, and the return is the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Christians or the coming of the Holy Spirit on Mary.
Islam is the missing link between sunset and the next sunrise; therefore Islam holds the key to the door into how Jesus returned to the Christians. Without Islam the Christians will never be able to understand how Jesus returned to save the Christians who were waiting for him.
Reference to the key role of Islam in the salvation of the Christians is portrayed as, “and who had the moon under her feet” (Revelation 12:1)