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“Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56. Introduction: “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: God rest ye merry gentlemen Let nothing you dismay Remember Christ.

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1 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56

2 Introduction:

3 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: God rest ye merry gentlemen Let nothing you dismay Remember Christ our Savior Was born on Christmas Day To save us from Satan’s power When we were gone astray O tidings of comfort and joy

4 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Luke 1:26-28 (reference only)

5 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Luke 1:26-28 (reference only) 1. The truthfulness of Scripture

6 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Luke 1:26-28 (reference only) 1.The truthfulness of Scripture 2.The deity of Christ

7 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Luke 1:26-28 (reference only) 1.The truthfulness of Scripture 2.The deity of Christ Luke 1:29-33 (reference only)

8 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1:46-56

9 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience

10 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience 2. Humble

11 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience 2. Humble 3. Trust

12 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience 2. Humble 3. Trust 4. Faith

13 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience 2. Humble 3. Trust 4. Faith 5. Knowledge

14 “Mary’s Song” Luke 1:46-56 Introduction: Rd. Luke 1: Obedience 2. Humble 3. Trust 4. Faith 5. Knowledge 6. Worship

15 “The Magnificat” I. Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49)

16 “The Magnificat” I.Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49) 1. Mary tells us she needed a Savior

17 “The Magnificat” I.Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49) 1. Mary tells us she needed a Savior 2. Mary rejoices in God my Savior Philippians 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!

18 “The Magnificat” I.Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49) 1. Mary tells us she needed a Savior 2. Mary rejoices in God my Savior 3. Mary acknowledges her humble state

19 “The Magnificat” I.Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49) 1. Mary tells us she needed a Savior 2. Mary rejoices in God my Savior 3. Mary acknowledges her humble state 4. All generations will call me blessed

20 “The Magnificat” I.Mary’s Personal Praise of God (vv.46-49) 1. Mary tells us she needed a Savior 2. Mary rejoices in God my Savior 3. Mary acknowledges her humble state 4. All generations will call me blessed 5. The Mighty One

21 “The Magnificat” II. Mary Praises God’s Activity (vv.50-56)

22 “The Magnificat” II.Mary Praises God’s Activity (vv.50-56) I Samuel 2:1-10 (reference only)

23 “The Magnificat” II.Mary Praises God’s Activity (vv.50-56) I Samuel 2:1-10 (reference only) 1. He has scattered those who are proud in their inmost thoughts. This is a moral revelation

24 “The Magnificat” II.Mary Praises God’s Activity (vv.50-56) I Samuel 2:1-10 (reference only) 1. He has scattered those who are proud in their inmost thoughts. This is a moral revelation 2. He has brought down rulers from their thrones but has lifted up the humble. This is a social revelation

25 “The Magnificat” II.Mary Praises God’s Activity (vv.50-56) I Samuel 2:1-10 (reference only) 3. He has filled the hungry with good things but has sent the rich away empty. This is an economic revelation II Corinthians 8:15 as it is written: “He who gathered much did not have too much, and he who gathered little did not have too little.”


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