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The miracle at the wedding at Cana speaks more of who Jesus is than just His first miracle. Jesus turns water into wine. Jesus does not transform water, He changes its elements to wine. Jesus’ power is not just that he moves one form to another. He does not transform water into ice or steam, but transmutes the elements from water into another substance. He is not limited to the elements at hand, but can change the substance of the element. Further, He is not limited in time, but transcends time. Wine requires fermentation time. The fermentation of wine requires at least two stages of fermentation. The first stage takes 5 to 10 days and the second 5 to 14 days. So the minimum time is 10 to 24 days, but Jesus turns water into wine instantly. This means He can operate outside time parameters. He also made “good” wine, not just wine. The term “good“ should cause us to remember creation when God said what He created was good. John at the start of his gospel stated that Jesus was/is God and was creator. The first miracle makes plain that Jesus as creator can make instantly, what requires time. The earth and the universe may appear to be of a certain age, but the Creator can make the creation instantly, though it appears very, very old.

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