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Wedding Feast at Cana, Julius Schnorr von Carosfeld
The Wedding Feast at Cana
Julius Schnorr von Carosfeld 1819
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THE FIRST RECORDED MIRACLE OF JESUS CHRIST, Turning Water Into Wine John 2

A few days after Jesus met his first followers or disciples at the river Jordan, he came with these men to a town in Galilee called Cana, to be present at a wedding. In those lands a feast was always held at a wedding, and often the friends of those who were married stayed several days, eating and drinking together.

The Wedding at Cana, Mattia Preti
Wedding at Cana
Mattia Preti, 1655
The Marriage at Cana, Paolo Veronese
The Marriage at Cana
Paolo Veronese, 1571
Marriage at Cana by Giotto, royalty free images
Marriage in Cana
Giotto, 1304

The mother of Jesus was at this wedding as a friend of the family, for Nazareth, where she lived, was quite near to Cana. Before the wedding feast was over all the wine had been used, and there was no more for the guests to drink. Mary knew that her son had power to do whatever he chose, and she said to him, "They have no wine."

Jesus turns water into wine by James Tissot
Pictured Jesus turns water into wine.
Marriage at Cana by James Tissot

Jesus said to her, "Oh woman, what have I to do with you? My hour is not yet come." But his mother knew that Jesus would in some way help the people in their need, and she said to the servants who were waiting at the table, "Whatever he tells you to do, be sure to do it."

In the dining hall were standing six large stone jars, each about as large as a barrel, holding twenty-five gallons. These jars held water for washing, as the Jews washed their hands before every meal, and washed their feet as often as they came from walking in the street, since they wore no shoes, but only sandals. Jesus said to the servants, "Fill the water-jars with water."

The servants obeyed Jesus, and filled the jars up to the brim. Then Jesus spoke to them again, and said, "Now draw out some of the water, and take it to the ruler of the feast."

They drew out water from the jars, and saw that it had been turned into wine. The ruler did not know from what place the wine had come, but he said to the young man who had just been married, the bridegroom, "At a feast everybody gives his best wine at the beginning, and afterward, when his guests have drunk freely, he brings on wine that is not so good. But you have kept the good wine until now."

This was the first time that Jesus used the power that God had given him, to do what no other man could do. Such works as these were called "miracles", and Jesus did them as signs of his power as the Son of God. When the disciples saw this miracle they believed in Jesus more fully than before.

After this Jesus went with his mother and his younger brothers to a place called Capernaum, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. But they stayed there only a few days, for the feast of the Passover was near, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem to attend it. You remember that the feast of the Passover was held every year to keep in mind how God had led the people of Israel out of Egypt long before.

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