The Miracle At Cana - Poem by Robert Pettit
Jesus, his disciples, and his mother named Mary
attended a wedding at Cana in Galilee.
Something happened that the guests would not consider fine.
Mary told Jesus that the party was out of wine.
Jesus then replied, “Mother, why have you involved me?
For I must tell you, my time has not yet come, you see! ”
Mary then said to the servants, “Do what he tells you,
Follow his instructions, for He knows just what to do.”
The servants brought six thirty gallon jars made of stone.
They filled each one with water, and then left Him alone.
Jesus said, “Take some of this for your master to taste.”
The servants wondered how such things could be done in haste.
The master sampled the water that changed into wine.
He then praised everyone because it tasted so fine!
This was the first of many a miraculous sign!
The story of this miracle spread through Galilee.
His disciples recalled this; it revealed His glory!
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