Hail Mary She’ll always be Full of Grace

Categories: Wig's Word of God Today- Scripture Discernment and Poetry

Wigs Word of God Today 8-15-2013

“Blessed are you who believed that what was spoken to you by the LORD would be fulfilled.” And Mary said: “My soul proclaims the greatness of the LORD, my spirit rejoices in God my Savior. For He has looked upon His handmaid’s lowliness; behold, from now on will all ages call me blessed.” Luke 1:45-48

Revelation 11:19; 12:1-10, Psalm 45, First Corinthians 15:20-26 & Luke 1:39-56

We feel the desire to proclaim the greatness of the LORD but seem unwilling to do it unless we are surrounded by other believers on a Sunday morning in church. We fail to recognize the importance of rejoicing in God as our Savior no matter the place and no matter the time. God wants us to live unashamed of His Son’s Redemption living in faith, hope and love by the love of our touch or the whispers of our tongues celebrating Truth without hesitation. He too will look upon your lowliness by the humility you instill in others by the example you lead in life enjoying graces beyond your wildest beliefs. The Mother of our LORD Jesus Christ knew the consequences of appearing pregnant without relations but she was willing to believe what was spoken to her by the Angel Gabriel and live God’s Call of humility, honor and health.

Nothing deterred Mary in living for God’s Directions- God’s Will to become the only woman to give birth to our Redeemer. She lived her life in honoring His Will by a devout life of contemplation ultimately giving the prayer prayed by more people the world over in the Rosary. We find here a woman who cared and raised a son who would die for me and you providing every step of His health and well being nurturing as only a mother truly can. We’ve all felt it and crave to return to it the love of a mother’s embrace. Yours as Mary humbles you granting you honor with the nutrition we never forget- the smell of her roast or meatloaf or maybe the smell of brownies or chocolate cake, mom’s nurturing came in all five senses. We honor Mary today by living Christ’s humility, honor and health. Embrace your mother and be thankful. Amen.

We ask in prayer: Dear LORD, we pray to live for You as Mary did in humility, honor and health. Prayers for Dr. Cruz-Peluca. Greg Bishop has our constant prayers. LORD from Psalm 91:11, I chant- “For He commands His angels with regard to you, to guard you wherever you go.” In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.

I am yours in Christ,
Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Ephesians 6:17-20

Hail Mary She’ll always be Full of Grace– Luke 1:39-56

God’s Angel had come and gone
Mary was spoke to by Gabriel’s song
We are to hail her as our Savior’s Kong
The King of Humanity’s forgiveness we long

With haste Mary went to see her couz
Her heart was racing like a serious buzz
Zechariah’s house she entered in trust
Elizabeth’s baby leaped at all the loving fuss

Spirit so Holy filled her cousin true
Elizabeth spoke giving God His due
Calling Mary blessed among woman as a glue
Coming to her was a surprise as her baby’s birth in lieu

She exclaimed Mary’s greeting caused her to leap
Just as the baby in her womb did unable to keep
The emotion of the Spirit given to the weak
Her gladness Mary said yes fulfilling the God’s Will we seek

Mary was gracious and humbled by His care
The LORD is proclaimed in everything I dare
Our Savior she rejoices serving Him to share
How all generations will pray to God and stare

His Name is Holy she exclaimed in Light
Me He has done great things to right
Fear Him and His mercy will be your delight
Generations to come will rejoice by His sight

Conceit and pride will scatter like rain
The rich will be lonely playing sin’s game
Cast down from thrones will be the king’s shame
God’s Promise is fulfilled Redeeming His children’s fame

Staying with her couz three months to gain
Mary lived her morning sickness without blame
God was growing in His servant to Reign
Hail Mary She’ll always be Full of Grace

© Thomas Joe Cruz†Wiggins August 15, 2013 @ 6:28 AM EST

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