Dec 8, 2020, 15:42 PM
Title : 12/8
passage : Luke 1: 26-38.
person : Mandy Gallo
personTitle : Facilities Operations Specialist Edgewood College, B.A., 2017
date : Dec 8, 2020, 00:00 AM
In this Scripture, the angel Gabriel was sent from God to deliver the message to Mary that she would bear the Son of God. At first, Mary appeared confused. She quickly questioned God’s plan as she did not understand how it could occur any other way than what she knew to be true. This particular theme resonates today as many of us are quick to question our life plans when we believe things should occur a certain way. Instead, we could just go with the flow and trust where life takes us next as Mary ultimately did. By practicing this mentality, we could save ourselves time and stress by leaning in to the unexpected parts of our life journeys, letting them be, and trusting the process. After all, these parts of our lives make up who we are as individuals and who we will continue to become.
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