Luke 1: 41. And it happened that when Elishwa heard the greeting of Maryam, the infant in her womb leaped and Elishwa was filled with the Ruach haKodesh. 42. And she cried out with a loud voice and said to Maryam, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb!”
43. “How did this happen to me that the mother of my Master comes to me?” 44. “For behold when the sound of your greeting fell upon my ears, the infant in my womb leaped with a great joy.” 45. “And blessings to she who believed, because there will be fulfillment to those things that were spoken to her in the presence of Master YHWH.”
46. And Maryam said, “My soul magnifies Master YHWH. 47. And my spirit has rejoiced in Elohim my Savior. 48. Because He has looked at the meekness of his handmaid, for behold from now on will give me blessings to all generations. 49. Because He has done great things for me, He who is mighty and Set Apart is his Name. 50. And His mercy is upon generations for ages of those who fear Him. 51. And He has accomplished victory with his arm and has scattered the proud hearted.
52. He has cast down the mighty from the seats and exalted the meek. 53. He has satisfied the hungry with good things, and the wealthy he has dismissed empty-handed. 54. He has helped his servant Israel and he has remembered his mercy. 55. As he spoke with our fathers Awraham and with his seed forever.” 56. And Maryam remained with Elishwa about three months, and then she returned to her home. (AENT)
 The Aramaic word Mari, "my Master," refers to Mashiyach/Messiah who is Miriyam’s womb, not YHWH. YHWH does not have a mother; His son does...
 1 Samuel 1:11; 2:1
 Psalm 103:17; 111:9
By the way, Elizabeth’s unborn baby was to become known as John the Baptist!
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