By Robert A. Wallace
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Perplexity leads to awe and wonder before the mystery of God's dealings. Her third response is obedience. " Mary's is a simple story with a complex relationship with God underlying it all. " If Mary is blessed then blessing has little to do with outward success. To have your baby hundreds of miles from home, amongst strangers, in a cow barn, and to flee from the wrath of a powerful tyrant. Then to return to an obscure village, to be widowed as a young mother with a family to raise. Some blessing!
Then to return to an obscure village, to be widowed as a young mother with a family to raise. Some blessing! Some favor! Blessing, it seems, is to be found in working within the will of God and knowing that you do so. Listen once more to Mary in the Dorothy Sayers' play. "You see ... when the angel's message came to me the Lord put a song in my heart. I suddenly saw that wealth and cleverness were nothing to God. No one is too unimportant to be his friend ... I am humbly born, yet the power of God came upon me; I am very foolish and unlearned yet the Word of God was spoken to me; and I was in deep distress when my baby was born yet he filled my life with love.
We are quite happy to make this loan but I must ask why you want it. After all, we are holding $10,000 for you. " In many of his parables, Jesus commended those who showed that kind of brightness and imagination with money. We have read today two passages out of many stories in which Jesus talked about money. It seems that usually when Jesus got to people's hearts they responded with acts of generosity. The results were in cash, a mite from one (a couple of dollars today), and half a sizeable fortune from the other.