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I have said, on more than one occasion, no matter how we serve, whether it be pastor, bishop, elder, deacon, or any other title, we are all God’s servants. We are we simply servants of the Most High God. I would strongly argue that sometimes, we allow titles to go to our heads. However, servants are no greater than their master. The Lord is our Master, and we strive to serve Him. Prayerfully, we are all faithful in serving Him with a commitment of humility and passion. In everything that we do, make sure that God gets the glory.  In Luke 1:38, we find these words:

“Mary responded, ‘I am the Lord’s servant. May everything you have said about me come true.’ And then the angel left her.”

Here we see how Mary is about to be blessed by the Lord. In this chapter, we see the birth of Jesus being predicted. The angel tells Mary that she will give birth to a son, and he will be called the Son of God. Mary initially responds, “I am the Lord’s servant.” She then tells the angel, “May everything you have said about me come true.” When you get a chance, read the story. Prayerfully, we are all striving to be like Mary servants of the Most High God!