Sunday, December 25, 2011

Amendment to Question 2:

Many have wondered over the years, did Jesus marry and if he was married to Mary Magdalene and they had a child or children...what would that mean?


See this link (and then I will explain more):

I will be honest in saying that I have been burdened and convicted to believe that my daughter and I are the last living of such a remnant, if true. Now, what you need to understand is that if this is true - it means nothing other than we are who we are. And apart from Christ, that would be nothing. Why? Men do not pass on DNA to women. Now, mothers pass on DNA to both sons and daughters but only daughters pass on that DNA to daughters (and sons) but sons do not pass on their mother's DNA to their children. Here is a link for you to get more information:

All this would mean for my daughter and I is that we would have the same DNA Mary Magdalene would have had. And that means absolutely nothing. Not she, not the virgin Mary, not anyone else are deity but Christ alone and God, our Heavenly Father who imparts the gift of his blessed Holy Spirit once one has humbled themselves to Christ in sorrow and repentance and who are baptized in obedience to the leading of the Holy Spirit and in obedience to the will of our Heavenly Father that we back up what we profess in faith with works. (again, see Acts 2:38 and James 2) And if you find some small technicality to what I have just said above in regard to Christ and God our Heavenly Father being the only deity as well as in regard to God's blessed Holy Spirit - really? I am not perfect, I am still learning - take your technicalities elsewhere. ;) Titus 3:9

I have no power in and of myself. I cannot save anyone outside of what Christ may choose to do through me (see Galatians 2:20 and 2 Corinthians 5:20). I am not a "messiah" or "savior". I will repeat this and repeat this until the day I either die or "meet the Lord in the air" - this is not going to change because I know the truth myself and would never do anything such to jeopardize what I have with the Lord and what he is trying to do through me for those whom he would have me work with or minister to.

Much love to you all in Christ, God bless you!

~ "Miriam" Kristi Van Dam


  1. The other thing to understand is that we have nothing to offer you but what we know and love of Christ, trust me - the lowly humble state Christ came in has been passed on to us, lol. We live in a mobile home and trust me, we aren't rich. ;) lol, but I wouldn't have it any other way - what we do have is good and we have been blessed in many ways but probably in ways others wouldn't understand. We have "stuff" but if all this "stuff" were taken tomorrow, we'd still have the best thing left: the love of Jesus and the knowledge of his truths in Scripture. :)

  2. You are mistaken. Men pass on DNA to their daughters. In fact each child he creates (male or female) will have inherited 50% of the genetics from the father, 50% from the mother.

    I think you are confusing "DNA" with the 23rd pair of chromosomes -- the X and Y. Even then, a man will pass on an X chromosome to his daughters. (Females are XX. One X from the mother, one X from the father).

    A son can pass on his mother's DNA b/c he received 50% of his DNA from his mother.