That’s the title of the advent sermon this coming Sunday, from Luke 1:39-56. Here is my own translation of this beautiful passage:
Then, in those days, Mary set out to travel into the hill country with haste—to the city of Judea. And she entered into Zacharias’ house and greeted Elizabeth.
And it happened, as Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leapt for joy in her womb and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. And she cried out with a great shout and said:
You’ve been blessed among women, and the fruit of your womb has been blessed, too! And how has this happened to me, that the mother of my Lord has visited me!?
Listen! As soon as the sound of your greeting [came to] my ear, the baby in my womb leapt with great joy! And blessed is she who believed, because what was told to her by the Lord will be fulfilled!
And Mary said:
Oh, how my soul praises my Lord! And my spirit rejoices in God, my savior!
Because he took notice of his lowly servant girl, and from now on all generations will call me blessed!
For the Almighty has done great things for me, and His name is holy.
His mercy is from generation to generation, for those who fear Him.
He has done great miracles by His mighty power. He’s scattered the arrogant ones—the ones with the proud thoughts in their hearts.
He’s cast down rulers from their thrones, and lifted up the lowly.
He has satisfied the hungry with good things, and sent the rich away with empty hands.
He came to help His servant Israel, and remembered to be merciful.
Just as he promised to our fathers, to Abraham and to his children forever.
Now, Mary remained with her for three months [and] then returned to her home.
Here’s the sermon, and here are my notes: