John 2:11

“This is the beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and manifested forth His glory; and His disciples believed on Him.”

The invitation of Jesus ahead of time to the wedding handled the problem that happened back end. Whatever that happened Jesus will intervene, if HE is invited. Let Jesus be ahead of your plans and whatever is behind will be handled by Jesus. Just Imagine if Jesus was not in that marriage at Cana, who would had intervened for the family? Behold, none of the important invitees, like the Governor, judge, etc would.

There would have been confusion and the marriage could have ended in shame of lack of wine. We all know the role of wine in any marriage. Wine adds color and beauty of marriage. Wine brings merry. The wine in reference here was a fruit sweet wine. Not alcoholic wine. At that wedding, there were lots of invitees: even the Governor and his entourage. The governor, judges attended the wedding. It was not a small ceremony.

Always Jesus will shield your shame, provide for any lacks and get your back if you invite HIM into your affairs. With Jesus, when you realize that you have no “wine” new “wine” shall appear for you. God took the shame of lack away and turned it to good testimony not only for the family, but the attendees. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for your divine intervention in all sudden events that I am not prepared for, in Jesus Name.
2) Father, let every process of my following Jesus lead to miracles in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, show up and intervene to remove shame in my life, in Jesus Name.
4) Lord, in every shame of lack in my life arise and turn them to testimonies, in Jesus Name.
5) Father, make my wine new by thy great divine intervention in Jesus Name.
6) Lord, back up my way of life with unfailing divine intervention, in Jesus Name.
7) Father, in my life time please do not let me experience any repeat of shame and defeat, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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