In John 10:30, Jesus said "I and the father are one"
He is God. He is free of sin
If Jesus is God then Mary is the mother of Jesus, then Mary is the mother of God
Because she is conceived free of sin
She heartily said in Luke 1:38 "I am the handmaid of the Lord, be it done to me according to your word".
Because she is conceived by the holy spirit
This is according to the Catholic doctrine called the "Assumption"
Christ was crucified for the salvation of all men
It is indeed offered to all yet few people follow him (Luke 9:23)
Mary and Mark is hardworking
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The problem is their father didn't even listen to John's Story. It could be Mary who also hid the wallet to blame his brother John.
Judgemental: He just accused his son John instead of listening to his story
Action: That action is very rude because Mr. Mapanghusga accused his son with no proof or such evidence.
Thoughts towards John: I feel bad for John because he never got the chance to speak for himself
Thoughts toward Mary: Mary should be treated fair among with the other children. Because Mary is the younger in all of them yes, but how about her other siblings?!
Thoughts toward Mr. Mapanghusga: He should listen to his son before accusing him of stealing Mary's wallet, after all it could be mary to hid it
(1 - Quotation): "An' tha's browth th' young 'un with thee."
(2 - Mary's Servant): Because Indian men and women are more skilled at housekeeping.
(3 - Italicized Vocabulary): I was relieved to see that there wasn't anything peculiar or surprising on the math test.
(4 - Novel Characteristics): Novels can have multiple small climaxes.
(5 - Italicized Vocabulary): My dog is so peculiar - sometimes he'll bark at absolutely nothing!
(6 - Passage): It appeals to the readers sense of sound to create a lonely feeling.
(7 - Passage): The language is figurative; foxes do not hide or protect their cubs.
(8 - Robin): The robin brings Mary and Ben together.
(9 - Passage): Foreshadowing.
Hope this helped!