Mary’s soul can’t help it but praise God. Your email address will not be published. Mary praised God’s greatness, not her own. Mary knew that she had no right to God’s favor and that she certainly had not earned the privilege of bearing the Messiah. WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW AND UNDERSTAND This passage of Scripture is the epitome of what the human reaction should be in light of God’s blessings. Recognizing the Lord as “God my Saviour” Mary was confessing her personal need of salvation. She says “my soul” magnifies the Lord, and “my spirit” rejoiced in God “my Saviour.” In her own experience Mary had come to know and appreciate the goodness of her Lord. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a D.Min. In this verse Mary continues to say “And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.” Not only did Mary’s soul magnify or enlarge the Lord, but she also proclaimed that “my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour.” Although the words “soul” and “spirit” are both often used to refer to one’s innermost being, the Scriptures sometimes indicate a difference. In response to Elisabeth’s words of blessing, this verse says, Mary’s words here begin a beautiful song of praise and exaltation to the Lord called the “, .” It’s similar to Hannah’s song of praise (see I Samuel 2:1-10). When Mary spoke of rejoicing in God she expressed a sudden surge of great happiness. Mary was filled with the Spirit, even as Elizabeth was, for her impulse was to praise God. After the angel told Mary that her relative Elizabeth had miraculously conceived a son (see Luke 1:36), “Mary” quickly left Nazareth and went to see her. It also extends praise to God for His faithfulness to the righteous remnant down through history and for their future vindication. Note: As Mary thought about what she said in this verse, no doubt she remembered Psalms 98:3 “He hath remembered his mercy and his truth toward the house of Israel: all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God.” This verse is very similar to the words Mary spoke here. However, in this case, “Mary” must have been a great help to Elisabeth who was experiencing a first pregnancy in her old age. Mary’s hymn of praise reflects her character and her emotional response to God’s mighty work in her life. from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Then we see our sinfulness in light of the holiness and beauty of God and our need of salvation. ***The Sunday School Lesson, Union Gospel Press Curriculum; The Bible Expositor and Illuminator***, Your email address will not be published. In other words, in the Old Testament, a person was filled with the Holy Spirit in order to perform feats of strength or give them special guidance. Notice four things about Mary’s response. Nevertheless, “Mary” returned to Nazareth to live in her family home, for her marriage to Joseph had not yet been finalized. The Hail Mary (Latin: Ave Maria) is a traditional Scripture-based Christian prayer of praise for and petition to the Blessed Virgin Mary.Since the sixteenth century, the Roman Catholic version of the prayer closes with an appeal for her intercession.Largely based on two phrases in the Gospel of Luke, the prayer takes different forms in various traditions. 2. MARY's SONG OF PRAISE. This truth prompted Elisabeth to respond with joyful humility toward Mary. No matter how low you get, you can be lifted up in a moment. Praise God through songs that glorify Him. In fact, this is often called the Hymn of the Incarnation. 1. Zechariah was filled with the Holy Spirit as he uttered words of praise to God and described the missions of both his son, John, and that of Jesus, the Messiah (Luke 1:67-79). What is indicated is that this visit with Elizabeth would encourage and strengthen “Mary” for the difficult challenges that were ahead of her. It must have taken several days for “Mary” to make the trip. (vs. 53). 47 and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. MARY'S SONG OF GOD'S REDEMPTIVE ACTS. And again she's moved to praise God about the announcement that the angel has made to her. 49 For He who is mighty has done great things for me, And holy… Features Pricing Upload Sermon Get started for FREE. Mary was probably reminded of Psalms 111:9 which says “He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever, holy and reverend is his name.” It’s quite common in the Word of God to read of people recognizing the awesome, holiness of God. Mary was so happy that she broke into joyful praise to God and, even though she probably didn't actually sing, her words have come to be known as "Mary's Song" and have been set to music by many composers. Not at all! Why has something so good happened to me?” With her question, Elisabeth recognized how honored she was to be visited by the mother of her, knowing that she had done nothing to deserve it. It also revealed her deep understanding of the Old Testament Scriptures as does her entire Magnificat. Later, Mary responds with a song of praise to God, known today as the Magnificat. They praise the REAL GOD who set the stars in place and yet is so intimate that He creates life in a woman’s womb. C. A blessing for Mary’s faith (Luke 1:45). (vs. 49). She knew God to be merciful, why? (vs. 48). out in a song of praise when God reveals and fulfills His promises in the lives of them that are His. In fulfilling His promise of a Messiah, God would choose seemingly insignificant people and do wonders through them. God reigns. This figure of speech is used to portray His power and strength for doing whatever He chooses to do. But there is one more step we can take in driving this session home with our kids this week—we can take them to what it looks like (or should look like, more precisely) when we trust in Jesus. 12 talking about this. VI. It speaks of His essential nature as being. The pregnant women—Elizabeth and Mary—were relatives. Mary rejoiced in God as a saving God, which implies... Mary understood being chosen by God … means “to enlarge.” As a matter of fact, is Latin for “magnifies.” In essence, Mary begins by declaring that her. He condescends to Mary's lowliness and does a great thing for her: he makes her the mother of God! 2. Before Mary became the wife of Joseph, an intense longing possessed her for communion with Elizabeth. As Christians, if we “fear” or show reverence for the Lord, we are recipients of “His mercy.” If it wasn’t for the “mercy” of God, none of us would have the privilege of being saved, and none of us would be alive today. Explore. She knew before anyone else that God was ready to do a great kingdom shift. God shows mercy to those who fear Him. Luke 1:39-56. By sending the Messiah as Mary’s son, God was fulfilling His promises to a nation that otherwise would have no hope. Now we move back to the second section, verses 48–49a. THE MAGNIFICAT is Mary’s hymn of praise to God, as expressed in the Gospel of Luke¹.It is the oldest Marian hymn and one of the earliest Christian hymns. This verse continues to say “And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.” When Mary finally arrived at the home of “Zacharias” and “Elizabeth,” she “saluted Elisabeth.” In other words, Mary greeted “Elizabeth” upon arriving at their home. Mary has a song in her heart and she sings the praise of a gracious and merciful God. First, it is a description of what God had already done (Luke 1:68-75), and, secondly, it is a description of what God intended to do (Luke 1:76-79). Note: This wasn’t an easy journey for “Mary.” It was at least seventy miles from Nazareth in the north to the southern region of Judea. By His grace, the Lord chose Israel to be His covenant nation. God had a history of helping His people and He still does today. Every good thing we have and enjoy is by His grace, for there is nothing in us that deserves His blessing. F. Mary praises God for His faithfulness (Luke 1:54-55). A. Even more than Mary, Jesus perfectly modeled humble, God-honoring obedience. After Zacharias finished his term serving in the temple, he returned to his own house (see Luke 1:23). Mary's Praise to God, Luke 1:39-57 Sunday School Live with Pastor Bonita Vance. “So Mary trusted God more than what her eyes could see,” reads the Jesus Storybook Bible. Mary as a First Century Jewish Woman. Celebrating the feast of the Assumption just three days after visiting a group of young women rescued from the sex trade, Pope Francis prayed for all exploited women and girls. Mary offered a hymn of praise to God as she and Elizabeth greeted each other. Get our latest tips and leader helps with our free monthly e-newsletter. Mary’s hymn of praise to God . Mary knew the Scriptures. How do you seek to stay humble and grateful for God’s grace in your life? 2. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and is currently earning a Ph.D. from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. She didn’t become co-redeemer with her Son. Townsend and Boyd’s Commentaries title this week’s lesson “The Lord is With You”. Elisabeth continued to say to Mary in this verse “For, lo, as soon as the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy.” Elisabeth went on to describe for Mary what she felt “as soon as” she heard Mary’s “salutation” or greeting. To “fear” God means to cherish reverence and … Note: Mary’s song of praise struck a note that is heard numerous times throughout the Gospel of Luke. demonstration of humility! What is true about Mary is true of everyone that God calls and uses to fulfill His plans: it’s because of His mercy and grace. She would have to face all sorts of accusations and misunderstandings about the conception of her son. She is a model of faith in God, one who believed what the Lord said (1:45), and a model for the church. In this verse she said “He hath holpen his servant Israel, in remembrance of his mercy.” Mary rejoiced in how the Lord had “holpen (or helped) his servant Israel” which is a reference to the nation that was called to serve the Lord (see Exodus 19:5-6). The praise of Mary, frankly, is a classic example of pure worship. In verse 46, Mary says, “My soul doth magnify the Lord…” Magnify means to praise highly, to celebrate in praise, to render or esteem glorious. In verse 42, Elisabeth declared that Mary was “blessed” among women and that her son was also “blessed.” In this verse she declared “And blessed is she that believed.” Elisabeth was emphasizing the happiness Mary was experiencing because of her faith or belief in God. She said, she recognized that before God she was nothing more than a, that is a female slave. I follow the personal study guide but don’t find any such info there. It is a hymn of praise to God who is incarnate in Christ, and in Mary's case in her very womb. She does not plead their cases in heaven. LUKE 1:39-56INTRODUCTIONChristmas is a depressing time for most people. God is the one set apart and who is worthy of praise. She didn’t own any property, she didn’t have any servants, and there were no prospects for any of those things to become a reality. Note: God’s people can be confident that He will do what He says. Mary was blessed because at that very moment the Christ Child was developing in her body. This response from John in his mother’s, for Gabriel had told Zacharias that John would be filled with the Holy Spirit even in Elisabeth’s, (see Luke 1:15). This page is dedicated to our daily devotions and any prayer needs that you may have. 50-53 Mary's hymn becomes more animated when she sings of God's glorious deeds of redemption and of His omnipotence, holiness, and mercy. In addition, manuscripts of the Scriptures were so rare and costly that the common people had little access to them. Golden Text: “And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour. Mary saw God as remembering His mercy, so in this verse she said, This is a reference to the covenant that God made with, This of course was the Abrahamic Covenant (see Genesis 12:1-3) where God promised to give the land of Canaan to him and to his, or his descendants. In a sense, the unborn Jesus, the Messiah of Israel and His forerunner John, were together for the first time. John would be born to a couple deemed too old to have a child—a miracle birth of sorts. John leaped with joy in Elizabeth’s womb and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and shared how blessed Mary was. God remains in control of every situation and can change it whenever He wants. Lesson: Luke 1:39-56; Time of Action: 7 or 6 B.C. The future was uncertain, for she would have to face Joseph, her family, and the community. A blessing for Mary and her son (Luke 1:41-42). B. However, no matter how she saw herself before God, He was reaching into her life and granting her the privilege of bearing His Son. D. Mary praises God for His power (Luke 1:51). The basis of Mary’s praise is God and his grace (1:48-50). Explore. Users who liked this track Joshua Onolemhemhen 46 And Mary said, (A)“My (B)soul (C)magnifies the Lord, 47 (D)and my (E)spirit rejoices in (F)God my Savior, 48 for (G)he has looked on the humble estate of his servant. But in the New Testament, believers are said to be full of the Holy Spirit, which means the Holy Spirit abides within u (see John 14:17; Romans 8:11; I Corinthians 3:16). This page is dedicated to our daily devotions and any prayer needs that you may have. God has specifically. Is there a place to find the weekly scriptures that are listed for weekly reading? Do you mean the text for each blog post? D. Mary praises God for His power (Luke 1:51). Still speaking to Mary, Elisabeth said in this verse “And blessed is she that believed: for there shall be a performance of those things which were told her from the Lord.” The word “blessed” here is different from the one used in verse 42. Brian, his wife Tara, and their three children, Joshua, Hannah, and Caleb, live in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Hannah had been barren, but God answered her prayer, and now she brings her young boy, Samuel, to the temple and dedicates him to the Lord, to live in God's house. Jesus would be born to a couple who weren’t even a couple yet and who hadn’t enjoyed martial intimacy—a true miracle birth. MARY’S SONG OF PRAISE (Luke 1:46-55) 46. (vs. 43). In last week’s lesson the angel Gabriel revealed to Mary that she was going to be personally involved in the life of the coming Messiah. Mary also spoke of God’s holiness saying, was holy refers to more than just God’s name. Gabriel had told her an astonishing thing—she as a virgin would be the mother of the Son of God, “For nothing will be impossible with God” (Luke 1:37). God shows mercy to those who fear Him. John Cush on what theology is, why it matters, and how to better apply it in our lives by Jon Leonetti published on 2020-11-16T19:30:36Z Catholic author Emily Jaminet on Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Jon Leonetti A. Mary’s trip to see Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-40). Just as Mary is, Hannah was singing a song of praise for the child God was giving her. (vs. 47). In a sense, the unborn Jesus, the Messiah of Israel and His forerunner John, were together for the first time. Malachi, the last prophet of Israel prophesied during the 5th century. This verse says “And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost.” As soon as “Elisabeth” heard Mary’s greeting, we are told that “the babe leaped in her womb.” Elisabeth’s unborn child, John jumped for joy in her “womb” at the sound of Mary’s voice. In response to Elisabeth’s words of blessing, this verse says “And Mary said, My soul doth magnify the Lord.” Mary’s words here begin a beautiful song of praise and exaltation to the Lord called the “Magnificat.” It’s similar to Hannah’s song of praise (see I Samuel 2:1-10). Church 1,028 views. Although the term “Lord” often refers to God, and Jesus was certainly God, here Elisabeth no doubt was affirming that Mary’s child was the Messiah. Mary’s exaltation of God continued with her reference to Him as, refers to something powerful, strong, and capable. Mary’s Song of Praise, found in Luke 1:46-56, is a response of a young girl who was facing a tremendous challenge in her life; a challenge that could only be met with God’s presence, God’s word and God’s power. As a result, four hundred years passed without a message from God. Zacharias didn’t believe Gabriel’s message, so God took away his ability to speak until what was prophesied by Gabriel came to pass (see Luke 1:20-22). Mary’s will is caught up in God’s will. Mary was a sinner in need of God's saving grace as are all of us who were born in sin. The scripture text comes from Luke 1:39-56. At any moment the Lord can take away the riches of those who don’t deserve them causing them to be “sent empty away” or sent away empty. The Bible doesn’t clearly say. In her song Mary sings of the future when, finally, God’s justice will come about. Brian Dembowczyk is the team leader for The Gospel Project for Kids. The angel’s message didn’t include a command to visit Elizabeth, so why did Mary set out on such a long and difficult journey? Everything that has happened in the life of Mary is directly connected to a word from God. If you continue to look through the following verse, you will see Mary mentions God over and over again as she continues to praise Him and doesn’t really mention herself at all. A blessing for Mary’s presence (Luke 1:43-44). The Holy God Blesses Mary. No doubt, spending this time with her relative gave “Mary” many opportunities to reflect on God’s greatness and goodness to both Israel and to her. Just as Mary was sustained by His promise, so too, all God’s people can be encouraged by God’s faithfulness to His word. (vs. 48). ... December 22, 2019. Mary's Song of Praise: The Magnificat. Amen. That was God’s mercy toward her. Mary is overflowing with a sense of wonder and gratitude to God. They would be part of the session content in your leader guide. Mary traveled many miles to visit Elisabeth after her angelic visit. She had been divinely chosen to bear the incarnate Son of God. Note: What makes this entire song of praise so impressive is that in Jewish culture at the time of Jesus’ birth, young girls like Mary rarely had the opportunity for any formal schooling. And that’s where the margin for pride exists. Since travel was not easy, long visits were normal. An article written by a director of the California Department of Mental Hygiene His word can be trusted and His promises are certain (see II Corinthians 1:20). Updated August 16, 2016. Now, she was not just looking forward to His coming, she was the central figure in His arrival. Recognizing the Lord as. After stating that she magnified and rejoiced in the Lord, starting in this verse, Mary gives her reasons for her attitude of praise. Recommended tracks Fr. posted several suggested family Bible reading plans, Salvation & God’s Ability to Make Choices [Ep. often refers to God, and Jesus was certainly God, here Elisabeth no doubt was affirming that Mary’s child was the Messiah. And Mary said: “My soul glorifies the Lord 47. and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, 48. for he has been mindful of the humble state of his servant. Catholic author Sonja Corbitt on Mary's hymn of praise to God and her book "Exalted" by Jon Leonetti published on 2019-11-26T16:37:11Z. When Mary spoke of rejoicing in God she expressed a sudden surge of great happiness. Body, soul, and spirit have come together. Catholic author Sonja Corbitt on Mary's hymn of praise to God and her book "Exalted" by Jon Leonetti published on 2019-11-26T16:37:11Z. However, this young maiden had a deep knowledge of, and an incisive insight into the Old Testament Scriptures. CBN is comprised of small businessmen and businesswomen. This was an expression of God’s grace. And it is in this moment where we see how different Mary’s response to God’s choice of her was. In response to the advent of redemption, she praises God as if this divine vision has already been realized. This was a moment to cherish forever! The Magnificat: Praise for God's Salvation for His People (Luke 1:49-55) While the first section of Mary's psalm of praise gives praise to God, the second recounts some of the examples of God's saving acts towards Israel: "His mercy extends to those who fear him, from generation to generation. You did not have to bless us but You did. Check out who was the first to mention “Messiah” in Scripture. B. Mary arrives at the home of Elizabeth (Luke 1:40). Conclusion. When Mary was told that she would bear the Son of God, she was also told that her relative Elisabeth was expecting even though she was barren (see Luke 1:36). There are clear connections between these two upcoming births: And then Luke recorded Mary’s visit to Elizabeth where the two women shared their amazing news with each other. Brian Dembowczyk is the Managing Editor and Kids Team Leader of The Gospel Project and author of "Gospel-Centered Kids Ministry" and "Cornerstones: 200 Questions and Answers to Learn Truth." So, as a result of the joy she was experiencing, Elisabeth spoke “out with a loud voice” first, speaking of Mary saying “Blessed art thou among women.” It should be noted that these are the same words that Gabriel said to Mary when he appeared to her (see Luke 1:28). 3055 Satterfield Road Titusville, FL 32780 321-269-6934 321-917-6467 cell Mary’s Praise – My Daily Bread! The Bible is full of examples of people using music to praise God. Now Mary praises God for what He’s done for Israel. 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