Mary of Nazareth

Mary’s significant role in Scripture is widely known: Mary of Nazareth is the mother of Jesus.

She gave birth to the savior of the world when she was just a teenager.

The angel Gabriel told her of the unique role she would play in God’s story and, while this certainly was frightening, Mary bravely embraced her calling and bore for all of humanity the savior of the world:

Scripture on the life of Mary:

“Six months after Elizabeth knew she was to become a mother, Gabriel was sent from God to Nazareth. Nazareth was a town in the country of Galilee. He went to a woman who had never had a man.

Her name was Mary.

She was promised marriage to a man named Joseph. Joseph was of the family of David. The angel came to her and said, ‘You are honoured very much. You are a favoured woman. The Lord is with you. You are chosen from among many women.’ When she saw the angel, she was troubled at his words. She thought about what had been said.

The angel said to her, ‘Mary, do not be afraid. You have found favor with God. See! You are to become a mother and have a Son. You are to give Him the name Jesus. He will be great. He will be called the Son of the Most High.

The Lord God will give Him the place where His early father David sat. He will be King over the family of Jacob forever and His nation will have no end.’” (Luke 1:26-33)

Author: Godfrey Gregg

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