Jesus has been invited to a Jewish wedding in the village of Cana, about six miles from his hometown of Nazareth. His mother is there and He is accompanied by some of His disciples. A Jewish marriage feast would typically last for seven or eight days. Near the end of the feast, a problem developed. They were running out of wine. Mary, the mother of Jesus, may have been related to the wedding party and evidently was involved in the hospitality; because, she came to Jesus with the news that there was no more wine. “Why are you telling this to me?” Jesus asked. Not that Jesus was unaware of her motive; but to strengthen her faith. His mother responded superbly. She went right to the servants and said, “Do whatever He tells you!” Standing nearby were six stone water jars, each capable of holding twenty to thirty gallons. “Fill the jars, to the brim, with water,” Jesus instructed the servants. When that was accomplished, He instructed the servants to take a sample to the Master of Ceremonies, for his approval. The Master of Ceremonies was unaware of the history of what he was sampling; but, he responded with a comment that different from normal, the best was saved for last. The disciples were aware of the miracle and they believed in Jesus.