“My soul doth magnify the Lord, And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour. For he hath regarded the low estate of his handmaiden…” (Luke 1:46–48 KJV)
Mary’s magnificent hymn powerfully typifies the heart of worship that the Father seeks.
However high one may seem in earthly eyes we are all of lowly estate, as low as earth compared to heaven, yet the God of Heaven regards us with limitless affection.
Knowing we are loved, noticed, appreciated, and applauded by the only One with any right to measure, instills a confidence to step into the adventure of faith with far less fear then venturing there alone.
Your creative call is one attended by a great cloud of witnesses cheering your every faith-filled step, and watched over and directed by the chief musician, the orchestrator of every good thing – God Himself.
A grateful spirit, rejoicing in the Lord, spills through to the soul, filling our mind, will, and emotions with an appreciation for all God has done, and keen expectation of good for what He is yet to do.
God is indeed generous, and an attitude of gratitude acts like a magnet pulling His blessings into your orbit.
While the world provokes grasping for every nugget of stuff it produces, Father instead invites us to peace that passes understanding. Abounding or abased we know we have an inheritance incorruptible.
Papa regards our low estate and looks with love on our feeble frame, bringing Godlike wonders to the world through weak and fallible vessels. The miracle that glory finds expression through imperfect humans like you and I makes the marvel of grace all the more magnificent.
My soul doth indeed magnify the Lord!