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Sermon: Mary the Lord’s Servant
 
(Luke 1:38) “I am the Lord’s servant,” Mary answered.
May it be to me as you have said
 
*The Lord’s servant is a recipient of God’s grace *(Luke 1:26-30)
Key words: __________        __________    __________
*The Lord’s servant has faith even when he doesn’t understand God’s plan* (Luke 1:29-34)
Key words: ­­­___________      __________
Compare 1:34 with 1:18
*The Lord’s servant is graciously strengthened by God* (Luke 1:35-37)
Key words: __________        __________    __________
*The Lord’s servant sees himself as God sees him* (Luke 1:38a)
Key words: __________        ___________
*The Lord’s servant submits to God’s revealed will* (Luke 1:38b)
The hardships of being the Lord’s servant (Luke 2:34-35; John 19:25)
The blessings of being the Lord’s servant (Luke 1:42,45)
*The Lord’s servant is totally surrendered to God* (Luke 1:31,46;47)
Key words: __________        __________                __________   
*The Lord’s servant praises God* (Luke 1:46-55)
For _____________    For ______________
 
 
Sermón: María, la sierva del Señor
 
Lucas 1:38 (VP) Entonces María dijo:—Yo soy esclava del Señor; que Dios haga conmigo como me has dicho.
(NBLH) “Aquí tienes a la sierva del Señor; hágase conmigo conforme a tu palabra
 
*La sierva del Se**ñ**or recibe la gracia de Dios* (Lucas 1:26-30)
Palabras claves: __________              __________                __________
*La sierva del Señor demuestra fe aun cuando no entiende el plan de Dios* (Lucas 1:29-34)
Palabras claves: ­­­___________            __________
Compara 1:34 con 1:18
*La sierva del Señor es fortalecida por Dios *(Lucas 1:35-37)
Palabras claves: __________              __________                __________
*La sierva del Señor se ve como Dios la ve* (Lucas 1:38a)
Palabras claves: __________              ___________
*La sierva del Señor se somete a la voluntad de Dios *(Lucas 1:38b)
Las pruebas dificiles de ser sierva del Señor (Lucas 2:34-35; Juan 19:25)
Las bendiciones de ser sierva del Señor (Lucas 1:42,45)
*La sierva del Señor se rinde totalmente a Dios *(Lucas 1:31,46;47)
Palabras claves: __________  __________                __________   
*La sierva del Señor alaba a Dios *(Lucas 1:46-55)
Lo alaba por _____________             Lo alaba por ______________
 
 
Sermon: Sermon: Mary the Lord’s Servant  (Luke 1:38)
 
~*the most famous Teenager in the Bible
Mary = Gr /Mariam/; i.e.
Heb Miriam, so throughout Luke
Mary is portrayed as favored of God (v.
30), deeply thoughtful (v.
29; 2:19, 51), obedient (v.
38), believing (v.
45), worshipful (v.
46), and devoted to Jewish law and piety (2:22-51).
It is little wonder that Luke names her in the company of believers when the church began (Acts 1:14).
She was a daughter of the royal family, lineally descended from David, and she herself and all her friends knew it, for she went under the title and character of the /house of David,/ though she was poor and low in the world
 
THE LORD’S SERVANT IS A RECIPIENT OF GOD’S GRACE….and…..responder to God’s grace (Luke 1:26-30)
Lk.1:26
In the sixth month, God sent the angel Gabriel to *Nazareth*, a town in Galilee, 27 to a virgin pledged to be *married* to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David.
The virgin’s name was Mary.
27 to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David.
The virgin’s name was Mary.
28 The angel went to her and said, “Greetings, you who are highly f*avored*!
The Lord is with you.” 29 Mary was greatly troubled at his words and wondered what kind of greeting this might be.
30 But the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, you have found *favor *with God.
RVR Al sexto mes el ángel Gabriel fue enviado por Dios a una ciudad de Galilea, llamada *Nazaret*, 27a una virgen *desposada* con un varón que se llamaba José, de la casa de David; y el nombre de la virgen era María.
28Y entrando el ángel en donde ella estaba, dijo: ¡Salve, muy *favorecida*!
El Señor es contigo; bendita tú entre las mujeres.
29Mas ella, cuando le vio, se turbó por sus palabras, y pensaba qué salutación sería esta.
30Entonces el ángel le dijo: María, no temas, porque has hallado *gracia *delante de Dios
 
~*Jn.1:46
Dijo Natanael: ¿Acaso de Nazaret puede salir algo bueno?
~*marriage in early teens
/~*//charitoo.
/from /cháris/ (5485), grace.
to endow with /charis/.
To grace, highly honor or greatly favor.
In the NT spoken only of the divine favor, as to the virgin Mary in Luke 1:28, /kecharitōménē/, the perf.
pass.
part.
sing.
fem.
The verb /charitóō/ declares the virgin Mary to be highly favored, approved of God to conceive the Son of God through the Holy Spirit.
The only other use of /charitóō/ is in Eph.
1:6 where believers are said to be “accepted in the beloved,” i.e., objects of grace.
THE LORD’S SERVANT HAS FAITH EVEN WHEN HE DOESN’T UNDERSTAND OR KNOW THE DETAILS OF GOD’S PLAN (Luke 1:29-34)
 
Lk.1:29
Mary was greatly *troubled* [/diatarasso, /To stir up throughout, greatly, completely, /Confundir, desconcertar//]/ at his words and wondered what kind of greeting this might be.
30 But the angel said to her, “Do not be *afraid [*/phobeo]/, Mary, you have found favor with God. 31 You will be with child and give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus.
32 He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High.
The Lord God will give him the throne of his father David, 33 and he will reign over the house of Jacob forever; his kingdom will never end.”
34 “*How will this be*,” Mary asked the angel, “since I am a virgin?”
(RVR) 29Mas ella, cuando le vio, se *turbó *por sus palabras, y pensaba qué salutación sería esta.
30Entonces el ángel le dijo: María, no *temas*, porque has hallado gracia delante de Dios. 31Y ahora, concebirás en tu vientre, y darás a luz un hijo, y llamarás su nombre JESÚS.
32Este será grande, y será llamado Hijo del Altísimo; y el Señor Dios le dará el trono de David su padre; 33y reinará sobre la casa de Jacob para siempre, y su reino no tendrá fin. 34Entonces María dijo al ángel: ¿Cómo será esto?
pues no conozco varón.
COMPARE WITH ZECHARIAH’S QUESTION
Lk.1:18 Zechariah asked the angel, “How can I be sure of this?
I am an old man and my wife is well along in years.”
19 The angel answered, “I am Gabriel.
I stand in the presence of God, and I have been sent to speak to you and to tell you this good news.
20 And now you will be silent and not able to speak until the day this happens, because you did not believe my words, which will come true at their proper time.”
(RVR) 18Dijo Zacarías al ángel: ¿En qué conoceré esto?
Porque yo soy viejo, y mi mujer es de edad avanzada.
19Respondiendo el ángel, le dijo: Yo soy Gabriel, que estoy delante de Dios; y he sido enviado a hablarte, y darte estas buenas nuevas.
20Y ahora quedarás mudo y no podrás hablar, hasta el día en que esto se haga, por cuanto no creíste mis palabras, las cuales se cumplirán a su tiempo.
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