Revelation 11:19,12:1-6,10; Psalms 45:10-12,16; I Corinthians 15:20-27; Luke 1:39-56
Early in Matthew’s Gospel, it is written,
“… any tree which fails to produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown on the fire” (Mt. 3:10).
These strong words of John the Baptist suggest that he is trying to tell us something important about what it means to be a follower of Christ — what it means to be a Christian. How do we make our lives fruitful in this sense? For a definitive answer, we can turn to the First Chapter of Luke’s Gospel and discover the attitude and approach of the most fruitful person of all time: Mary, the mother of Jesus.
According to the New Testament, Mary was a gracious, strong, sensitive woman who can tell…
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