EHLOI MAGNO SAYS: “You can't handle your illusion being rebuked, dude! Repeat again, who told you that Mary has the god-like or divine power to do miracles? is it substantiated in the Holy Scriptures? Can you prove it Biblically-wise? I can prove to you that it is not.”
LENNY ALT SAYS: You ask me who told me; Ehloi, you are the one who told me that Mary has God like divine power to work miracles. The Catholic Church does not teach that Mary is God or that she has divine powers. However, she has a Son (Jesus) who is God and He has divine powers. We ask Mary to intercede not to herself, but to Jesus in intercessory prayer. You ask for Biblical proof for Mary’s intercession in the Bible. Mary went to Jesus at the wedding feast of Cana “they have no wine”(Jn 2 3-5). And Jesus worked his first miracle at Mary’s request, changing the water into wine.
You can reject Mary’s intercession if you wish; however, if you do you are rejecting Scripture for the sake of your man-made tradition. If someone asks you to pray for them, what do you do? Do you pray for them, or do you refuse and rebuke them for making you into a false god?