I've never seen this before, from this week School Review, question 8:
Why did Jesus respond as he did regarding his mother and his brothers, and what does this teach us? (Mark 3:31-35) [Feb. 18, w08 2/15 p. 29 par. 5]
"At his baptism, Jesus became God’s spiritual Son, and “the Jerusalem above” was his mother. (Gal. 4:26) From then on, Jesus’ disciples were nearer and dearer to him than his ?eshly relatives were. This teaches us to put spiritual interests ?rst in our lives."
I thought that Jesus was God's son even before his baptism. So now I see he was simple another human. Great. (WTF is "spiritual son BTW?).
Jesus never spoke of "my mother", always was "my father in heaven", I guess he did not pay due respect to his mother?
Also, the only scripture that the WT/FDS/GB uses to say that "the Jerusalem above is Jesus' mother is a scriptures that says it is the mother of Christians, not Jesus itself.
Look at this: it-2 pp.39-49:
"This places the “Jerusalem above” in the position of a wife to Jehovah God the great Father and Life-Giver. [...] “Jerusalem above” must therefore represent the entire congregation of Jehovah’s loyal spirit servants."
Since "the Jerusalem of above" is, according to the GB/FDS/WT the heavenly organization, because these people are sick with the organization, that places "the Jerusalem from above" in a higher position that Jesus in heaven, since it is, after all, his mother.