April 21, 2024

13 thoughts on “6 stone jars, 120 gallons of wine, and an extraordinary wedding in Cana

  1. Thank you for taking us through the miracle at Cana. It’s so true. His grace to us overflows. His goodness, love and mercy are neverending. Praise the Lord for his many gifts that are always more than enough!

    1. Amen to that – praise the LORD for His many gifts that truly are always more than enough! It is amazing how our LORD shows us His overflowing grace in every detail of His life and ministry!

  2. I loved this!! And the title really drew me in. There is so much greatness in the miracle of the wine. I’m thankful that God always gives us the best … 💗 Thank you!!

  3. How long do you think it took the servants to fill up those 120 gallons? I am thinking about the handwork and labor it took for this servants to get water from the well (how big where the cisterns to transport the water) to the 6 stone jars.

    1. What an excellent point to ponder, my brother Sergio! Definitely something worth thinking about – it surely would have been laborious. I am reminded of how I learned to get water from a well in Mexico and how tedious that seemed – and that particular well even had an electric pump! Those of us with easy access to running water do not often realize just how blessed we are.

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