The breath of Godthe Word of God, that iswas made flesh and was conceived in Marys womb. Christians call her the mother of God. She gave birth to the one we know as Jesus, the one we regard as the Son of God! This Son of God, Jesus, is the second person in the Trinity. As you read this, this Jesus sits on the right throne next to Gods own throne. These are well-grounded Christian beliefs. They are irrefutable truths. It is on these truths that the doctrines of the Christian faith are anchored. That brings me to the reason I wrote this book: The fact that the woman who carried Jesus in her womb for nine months and shared the breaths of life with him throughout her pregnancy could have been divinely consecrated just because she had him in her womb. I believe that she, Mary, at the time she was living with the hands and the mind of God in her, could easily have commanded Mount Tabor and Kilimanjaro to switch places by simply saying so. It is that belief that opened up the floodgate of story possibilities regarding the supernatural wherewith she could have been endowed during the months she was pregnant with Jesus. What you will see in these pages is compelled by aspects of fiction and nonfiction. Parts of the New Testament drive this talewell, with the exception of Marys visitations to certain parts of heaven. I truly believe that they could have taken her up to heaven every now and then, because she was walking around with the second person in the Trinity in her womb. Think about it!