Revelation

by Carolyn Hope

Standing nearby were six stone water jars, used for Jewish ceremonial washing. Each could hold twenty to thirty gallons. Jesus told the servants, “Fill the jars with water.” When the jars had been filled, he said, “Now dip some out, and take it to the master of ceremonies.” So the servants followed his instructions. When the master of ceremonies tasted the water that was now wine, not knowing where it had come from (though, of course, the servants knew), he called the bridegroom over. “A host always serves the best wine first,” he said. “Then, when everyone has had a lot to drink, he brings out the less expensive wine. But you have kept the best until now!” (John 2:6-10)

Here we see that Jesus performed the miracle even though he had just said he wouldn’t. The miracle wasn’t really about the wine; it was about revealing Jesus for who He truly was. According to the timeline that was in place, He should not have yet shown Himself. He made that clear.

What was it, then, that changed His mind? It was Mary’s faith. When Mary acted in faith that He would do what she asked, it stirred Him to do it. Jesus loves it when we ask Him to do big things and then believe that He will do them. He responds and reacts to faith. In this instance, because of Mary’s faith, Jesus did something new, something that had never been done before. No one had ever taken water and instantly turned it into wine.

When you act in faith, it will lead to a new revelation of Jesus in your life. As you ask and believe for miracles, He’ll do the impossible and the unheard of. He delights in showing Himself to you. Keep asking and seeking for His revelation. When you taste of Jesus, all else fades away. He will satisfy you in a way that nothing else can.

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