In today's Scripture readings, God takes the initiative to break into human lives and begin to deliver His people. His deliverance occurs through the conception of children, in this case Samson and John the Baptizer (see Jgs 13:5ff; Lk 1:13ff). These babies prepare the way for the birth of another Baby, Jesus.
God does not drop salvation impersonally out of the sky. He sends His salvation in incarnate, human packages to which we can relate and whom we can love.
God sends His salvation over time. He sends humans as forerunners to prepare the way before Him (see Lk 1:16-17). These human relationships warm our hearts and predispose us to love Him when He comes into our lives.
God sends His salvation through human love, the love of mothers and fathers. Instead of sending adult military rulers who are to be feared, God employs the intimacy of married love to prepare His way.
In summary, God's salvation is human, passionate, takes time to unfold, is as vulnerable as a tiny baby, involves relationships which prepare His way, and is welcoming of life. That is to say, His salvation is incarnate and personal.
Salvation history is rich. Be open to all facets of salvation. Accept Jesus Christ as Savior in all His richness.