“My spirit has rejoiced in God my savior.”
In the richness of Mary’s spoken “Magnificat” in Luke 1:45-55, notice she began where every testimony begins—in praise to God for salvation. Mary’s baby Jesus was the long-awaited Savior. He would take away the sins of the world—including Mary’s. Her song begins, “My spirit has rejoiced in God my Savior.” Mary freely acknowledged she needed a Savior. She recognized salvation was through the divine grace of God revealed in His Son, her Messiah.
Are you wondering if you need a Savior? Consider what Jesus Christ, the Savior God sent, offers you. He…
Substitutes His sinless life for your sinful one (2 Corinthians 5:21).
Assures you of eternal life (John 10:28-29).
Vanquishes Satan’s hold on your life (2 Timothy 2:26).
Initiates you into the family of God (Galatians 4:4-6).
Overthrows the power of sin (Romans 6:1-10).
Reconciles you to a holy God (2 Corinthians 5:19).
Do you enjoy in Jesus Christ all the word “Savior” represents—the forgiveness of sin, the assurance of heaven, freedom from Satan’s power, fellowship with fellow believers, and a personal relationship with God? If not, accept Jesus’ offer right now! Pray,
Jesus, please forgive my sins.
Come into my heart today and forever.
Whether you have belonged to the Savior for a minute or for years, sing and shout, “Hallelujah! What a Savior!”