Mary was a virgin, engaged to Joseph, when the angel, Gabriel, appeared to her saying,
Do not be afraid, Mary; you have found favor with God.
You will conceive and give birth to a son, and you are to call him Jesus.
He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High. - Luke 1:30-32
Mary replied, “How can this be since I am a virgin?” Gabriel explained the power of the Most High God would overshadow her. Her child would be holy and called the Son of God.
Gabriel finished, “For nothing is impossible with God.”
Mary, trusting in the will of God, replied, “I am the Lord’s servant. May your word to me be fulfilled.”
The faithfulness of a woman, who fully trusted God, is part of the story of the redemption of the world.
How do you need to trust God this week? Is there something specific that God has placed on your heart?
For Mary, she was trusted by God to be the mother of His son, Jesus, the redeemer of the world. Mary’s faithfulness is a powerful reminder that nothing is impossible with God.
Dare to ask God today,
Have you taken the first steps towards discovering God’s vision for you life? Are you ready to go through the journey of discovery?
Do you know your life’s purpose or are you still searching? Pray this week for God to reveal His plans for you.
Will you put the irreparable past in God’s hands? How can you take a step out into the irresistible future with God?
Mary trusted God in a BIG way! Where is God showing you to trust BIG in Him?
Mary and Joseph’s obedience changed the world! Will you be obedient to what God has called you to?
It is God who works in you to will and to act in order to fulfill His good purpose. Ask God to reveal Himself and His purposes for your life.
Are you facing difficult obstacles in life? Remember John 16:33 Jesus tells us to take heart for He has already overcome the world!
God wants men and women who are bold and unashamed to spread the Gospel. Will you be on mission?
Have you spent time meditating on God’s Word. Listen for the Lord’s voice this week by meditating on Ephesians 3:20
You must ask, seek, and knock to be filled with God’s passionate love for others.
When you’re filled with God’s love you are transformed. God’s desires become your desires.
You can see needs all around you if you just look closely. How are you going to respond to the needs of the world?