"And, behold, Elizabeth, your relative, has also conceived a son in her old age, and this is the sixth month for her who was called barren; for nothing will be impossible for God."
Back in 2006, there was a movie called "The Nativity Story." It was a beautiful little movie that told the story of Joseph and Mary, and there was one scene that has stuck with me all these years since. Mary had heard the angel tell her about Elizabeth's pregnancy, as in this scripture, as well as her own pregnancy. Mary hastens to Elizabeth's home, a journey of several days. When she calls out to Elizabeth and Elizabeth turns around to face her, Mary's eyes go wide with awe. You could see on her face..."it's true!" What was true about Elizabeth's pregnancy must mean that what the angel said about Mary is true, too. I felt that Mary realized, only at that instant, that she was carrying the Savior, as the angel foretold. It was a stunning scene--it makes me teary just thinking about it! Today, let's think about how, sometimes, we need validation that WE are carrying the Savior to others. How will we do this today? How can we show others that Jesus resides in our world? Love, heidi