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Mary Do Not Be Afraid, You Have Found Favor With God -Luke 1:30

Another day had begun in the little home of Nazareth - a quiet cool March day. Mary would spend it as she had spent countless others, working about the house. A young teenage girl, Mary, ordinary like the rest of the villagers, like Joseph...

...Suddenly an angel was by her side: "Hail, full of grace!" An ordinary person would be disturbed by such a visitor, and by such a greeting. And Mary was! "She was troubled at his word." The angel had implied that Mary loved God with all her heart, soul, mind, strength; and she did.

Loving God wholeheartedly - like Mary, I was created to do just that - and being "ordinary" puts no boundaries in my way!

-Father Peyton's Prayer Book: The Family That Prays Together Stays Together by Patrick Peyton p.34

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