I AM THE LORD’S SERVANT

Administrator Patriarch and Presiding Prelate

HH Sir Godfrey Greg D.Div

As we get into the spirit of the holiday I want to remind you of the angel Gabriel’s visit to Mary and it should play a great part in our lives. A visit can make all the changes with the right approach. Are you ready for your visitation today?

A special message to Mary who later became the mother of Jesus. Many may “write off” another but might be the one that the Lord has His eyes on. You may be the one but God has His eyes on you. Stay faithful and wait on the Lord for our times are in His hands.

“I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered. “May your word to me be fulfilled.” Then the angel left her. “My soul glorifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour. From now on all generations will call me blessed, for the Mighty One has done great things for me – holy is His name.” – Luke 1:38, Luke 1:46-49

How well do you change gears?

“But I just made dinner, and now you want to go out?” “I had an outfit planned, and now it’s raining.”

The news the angel Gabriel brought Mary didn’t mean a mere change of gears. It meant a complete change of expectations for the entire course of her life. And her reaction was remarkable:

I am the Lord’s servant. May your word to me be fulfilled.

What an example to those of us who prefer familiarity with spontaneity! Mary humbly accepted this radical change of direction in her life. In trust, she yielded herself – her dreams, her plans, her very body – to the Lord. And then she celebrated in song the privilege of being used by Him in His Kingdom plan.

Lord, teach us to yield with grace and with faith to Your plans for us.

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