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Trust- The Wedding at Cana

By Pastor Sharon Williams

John 2: 1-11

Jesus and his mother with his disciples attended the wedding.

Wine supply ran out – why? poor planning, too cheap to buy enough

Why did Mary help, it wasn’t her responsibility?

1. Mary went to Jesus and revealed the problem – not the solution

First time Jesus revealed His glory (verse 11)

Why did Mary think Jesus could fix the problem, what did she expect Jesus to do?

2. Servants told ‘do whatever he tells you.”

3. Mary walked away, done.

Faith and hope. (faith is the substance of things hoped for)

Trust – firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone or something.

Baw-takh (Hebrew) confident, safe, secure, bold

Pist yoo o (Greek) place confidence in, to have faith, trust.

“Through Christ you have come to trust in God. And you have placed your faith and hope in God because he raised Christ from the dead and gave him great glory.”

1 Peter 1:21 NLT

When we know God, trust comes naturally

Problem: we don’t feel worthy of His intervention. We have guilt and expect reprimand. We think of God in human context. He is not a man that he should lie.

Numbers 23:19 God is not a man, that he should lie, nor a son of man, that he should change his mind. Does he speak and then not act? Does he promise and not fulfill?

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About the Author

Pastor Sharon has been in ministry for over 48 years. She and her husband Daniel are founders of Go to Nations, a missionary sending agency working in 106 countries. As an ordained minister, Sharon was a part of the Christ the Redeemer Church Executive staff for twenty years. In 2010, Sharon began Act 4 the Nations, a non-profit organization working on five continents to help women attain a better way of life by partnering with missionaries and Anti-Human Trafficking organizations.

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