To our Trinity patients and friends,
In the 1st chapter of the Gospel of Luke, Mary responds to being told she will give birth to the Savior of the world with this expression,
“My soul magnifies the Lord,
and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,
for he has looked on the humble estate of his servant…
for he who is mighty has done great things for me,
and holy is his name.”
During this season, we want to mirror Mary’s thankful celebration of all that God was done, because for each of us as well, he who is mighty has done great things. He has given us physical life and offers us spiritual life complete with forgiveness that is free, full and forever. He gives peace in the midst of life’s bludgeoning storms, an endless array of sunrises and unexpected expressions of real love that poke through our cynicism. And the list goes on and on. He has placed these presents at the foot of the tree on which he was crucified, reminding us of the price that was paid for them.
Thankfulness for these endless gifts is ultimately why we do what we do here at Trinity. We never serve perfectly or with a perfect heart, but we do want to serve the One who is perfect, and to do it with grateful hearts. This time of year makes that a little easier as we remember Him and all that He has given us.
Wishing you a Christmas full of rejoicing and magnifying our Savior who has done great things for us,
The doctors and staff at Trinity Direct Primary Care