One of the main points of the “Good News” is that it is God who seeks us, and not the other way around. We are incapable of approaching the Infinity of Infinities in any meaningful way—how could we? A worm may as well tackle Quantum Physics.
That is one of the main points of the Christmas story. The Infinity of Infinities shrinks Himself down to a little worm in order to reach out to us worms. And it would be incredible enough if He shrank Himself down to ‘chief worm’ or ‘king of the worms’, but that wasn’t far enough: He shrank Himself all the way down to the very bottom of the manure heap. The Infinite ”emptied’ Herself—infinitely, completely, utterly, for Love. (See Phil. 2:5-8)
God does all the work, but one thing is required of Mary: to acquiesce. “Be it done to me according to your word.” (Lk.1:38) And then she must accept where the wind and the waves of God’s Great Ocean carry her. We only have a little rudder on our tiny boat amidst the infinite winds, waves and currents of God’s Great Ocean.
I have this imagination: I make one sincere but tiny faltering little baby-step towards God, and He crosses the Vastness of Interstellar Space to catch me.