A few years ago, I preached from the text where Jesus turned the water into wine. You can read this account in John 2:1-10. The heart of the matter was that possibly our Father had more in mind than even the miracle of the water to wine at that particular celebration or feast. Maybe He wanted us to realize life with Him becomes better and richer each day for us. I pondered the idea of how the bridegroom in these verses was commended for saving the best wine for last. The servants in John 2 were told to present a sample of the waterpots to the governor or the master of the feast, and when they did, he was surprised at the quality of the wine saying , usually the best wine is served first
But think about the waterpots being brim full and that these pots could represent our own lives. So how then do we take a sample to the Governor? I truly believe we do it by the confession of the scriptures we meditate. Remember God’s word to Joshua? Joshua 1:8, “Never stop speaking about this Instruction scroll. Recite it day and night so you can carefully obey everything written in it. Then you will accomplish your objectives and you will succeed.” As a challenge this week, follow the Lord’s instructions to Joshua. Present your words of confession to God who will make that water ( or Word of God) wine for us!