BEAUTIFUL IN ITS TIME

When we talk about God’s time, we talk about a mystery and secret of the Divine. We don’t have ability to unveil it.

Beautiful Words

I ever wrote about wedding at Cana was titled TWO MESSAGES FROM CANA (click here). But my friend wrote about wedding at Cana from the other point of view. This proves that The Word of God is the source which never runs out and always up to date. Happy reading and bless 🙂 

BEAUTIFUL IN ITS TIME

By : KL – Living By Faith (click here)

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On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding. When the wine was gone, Jesus’ mother said to him, “They have no more wine.”  “Woman, why do you involve me?” Jesus replied. “My hour has not yet come.” His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.” (John 2:1-5)

Marriage in Cana. As Christians, we all already know this story…

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7 thoughts on “BEAUTIFUL IN ITS TIME

  1. Interesting thought! Reminds me of when someone vocalizes a problem, I may not have a solution to it immediately, but with a little time I may realize what can be done! And realize that others are the same way – it is good to express problems to those who do care, but one should not expect an immediate solution as it takes time for a person to process the information properly and connect to possible solutions.

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  2. Dear Jason,
    Thank you so much for reading and gave lovely comment. Yes it is so true. It is so good share our problems to those who do care, but really, we should to ready to accept what we got from them and not push them to gives us the answer very soon 🙂 just be like Mary. Once again thank you so much for your concern. Many blessings to you.

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  3. Dear Karina,

    Great post.

    What jumps out at me is that as we view a situation from a non-judgmental space, free of perceptual constraints, more possibilities show up than what we had originally considered.

    Shakti

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  4. I wonder if this was the first time Mary asked anything out of the ordinary of her son. He would have done chores around the house since He was a boy. Along with His brothers and sisters, He would have cared for her after Joseph died. Yet she, of all people, knew that He was special. Here she was at a wedding, at a joyful celebration. Perhaps she had some glimmer of a realization that there would no wedding in His future, no grandchildren for her to hold. I think, however, she spoke those words, “Do whatever He tells you” with pride.

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