Resources on John 2:11

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Magic or Miracle? Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/2408 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Miracles , Compassion Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection Magic leaves everything as it was with the question of how it was done. Miracle changes everything and introduces us to the mystery we live in. Arthur Landwehr's sermon on the Wedding at Cana (John 2:1-12). Up to the Brim Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Gilberto Ruiz https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/narrative-lectionary/wedding-at-cana/commentary-on-john-21-11-3 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Gilberto Ruiz Topics: Wedding , Jesus , Sign , God's Presence Source: Working Preacher Gilberto Ruiz provides commentary on John 2:1-11, unpacking the significance of Jesus turning water into abundant wine. Ruiz also provides two pitfalls the preacher would do well to avoid. Jesus Turns Water into Wine Children's Sermon by Stephen R Wilson https://ministry-to-children.com/lesson-jesus-turns-water-into-wine/ Children's Sermon by Stephen R Wilson Topics: Water , Children , Miracle Source: MinistryToChildren In this children's sermon, the story of Jesus turning water into wine in John 2:1-11 is used to teach kids how Jesus changes us. Names, Gifts, Salvation, and Signs. Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Josh Hosler https://www.episcopalchurch.org/bible-study/bible-study-epiphany-2-c-2013 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Josh Hosler Topics: Epiphany , Miracles , Salvation , Name Source: Sermons That Work In this Bible study guide, Josh Hosler offers thoughts on Psalm 36:5-10, Zion's new name (Isaiah 62:1-5), Jesus turning water into wine (John 2:1-11), and Paul on spiritual gifts (1 Corinthians 12:1-11). Good Wine Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Debbie Blue https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2010-01/good-wine Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Debbie Blue Topics: Epiphany , Change , Jesus Source: The Christian Century Commenting on the offensive mannerisms of Jesus in the Gospel of John, Debbie Blue shows how Jesus disrupts the normal to put forward something new and disorderly in this reflection on Isaiah 62:1-5 and John 2:1-11. Learning to Tell Time Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose https://www.workingpreacher.org/dear-working-preacher/learning-to-tell-time Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David J Lose Topics: Epiphany , Grace , Miracles , Listening to God Source: Working Preacher In this sermon starter on John 2:1-11, David Lose reminds us that no matter the time, "whenever there is need and Jesus is on the scene, resurrection and abundance are right around the corner." Many Gifts and the One Gift of Joy Scripture Meditation/Sermon https://livingchurch.org/2019/01/14/many-gifts-and-the-one-gift-of-joy/ Scripture Meditation/Sermon Topics: Wedding , Joy , Love , Gifts, spiritual Source: The Living Church Every gift is a measure of one essential gift: the same Spirit, the same God. God is love, so love is given to every person, and since love is delight, joy is imparted to all. The Taste of Grace Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Karoline M Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/second-sunday-after-epiphany-3/commentary-on-john-21-11-4 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Karoline M Lewis Topics: Epiphany , Miracle , Mary Source: Working Preacher Commentary by Karoline Lewis on John 2:1-11. Lewis connects the transformation of water into wine to the Prologue of John, suggesting that "signs" in John's Gospel are further ways the Word becomes flesh and bestows grace. Mary, Daughter of Zion Article by James Swetnam http://www.hprweb.com/2015/01/mary-daughter-of-zion/ Article by James Swetnam Topics: Mary Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review This article identifies Mary, the mother of Jesus, as a symbol for Zion, giving an exegetical reading of John's account of Mary at the wedding at Cana (John 2:1-12) and at the crucifixion (19:25-27). The First Sign Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Amy Richter https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sermon/the-first-sign-epiphany-2-c-2019/ Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Amy Richter Topics: Epiphany , Feast , Water , Miracles of Jesus Source: Episcopal Church Amy Richter presents this sermon about the first sign Jesus did, his first miracle. Why water to wine? To show what the great banquet with God in heaven will really be like. Seeing Signs and Feeling Wonder Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Becca Stevens http://day1.org/7043-seeing_signs_and_feeling_wonder Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Becca Stevens Topics: Epiphany , Hope , Love , Sign Source: Day1 Becca Stevens' Epiphany sermon on John 2:1-11 observes that signs from God are available to all, to confirm that God is with us and that even in the midst of suffering "Love gets the final word." Seeking Unbreakable Connections Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Ken Kesselus https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sermon/seeking-unbreakable-connections-epiphany-2-c-2010 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Ken Kesselus Topics: Epiphany , Marriage , Love , Miracle Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on John 2:1-11, Ken Kesselus reflects on the miracle at the wedding in Cana, what it reveals about God’s transforming power, and marriage as a metaphor for God’s unity with his people. By Royal Command Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Simon Francis Gaine https://english.op.org/torch/by-royal-command Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Simon Francis Gaine Topics: Jesus , Mary , Power Source: Torch: Catholic Homilies from the Dominican Friars Celebrating the Assumption of Mary in this homily, Simon Gaine draws from John 2:1-12 and preaches on the royal power of the Queen Mother, the power to give the order: Do whatever my Son tells you. Defending Materialism Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/2928 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Miracle , Water Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection A sermon outline by Arthur Landwehr on John 2:1-11. Landwehr explores the implications of Jesus's miracle of turning water into wine. The spiritual only takes on meaning when it is joined to the material. Gospel Glory Article by Cornelius Plantinga Jr https://thebanner.org/departments/2011/01/gospel-glory Article by Cornelius Plantinga Jr Topics: Glory , Service , Suffering Source: The Banner Cornelius Plantinga contrasts the common perception of glory as making a splash with the gospel vision of glory as self-giving love that enables others to flourish. This is useful for preaching on John 2:1-12. "Everyone Serves the Good Wine First!" Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robert G Tharp http://day1.org/647-sermon_for_the_2nd_sunday_in_ordinary_time Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robert G Tharp Topics: Ordinary Time , Change , The Power of God , Life Source: Day1 In his sermon on John 2:1-11, Robert G. Tharp reflects on the transforming power of Jesus Christ who leads us to life, truth, and righteousness. Marriage and Miracles Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Jan L Richardson http://paintedprayerbook.com/2010/01/12/epiphany-2-marriage-and-miracles/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Jan L Richardson Topics: Wedding , Marriage , Jesus , Miracle Source: The Painted Prayerbook Reflecting on Jesus' miracle at the wedding in Cana (John 2:1-11), Jan Richardson suggests that Jesus offered a sign celebrating "the miracle already present when two people enter into a covenant with one another." Jesus’ Hour Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Katerina Katsarka Whitley https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sermon/jesus-hour-epiphany-2-c-2013 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Katerina Katsarka Whitley Topics: Epiphany , Miracle , Creation , Wedding Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on John 2:1-11, Katerina Katsarka Whitley reflects on the miracle at Cana and points out the way Christ is revealed through this account. Do Whatever He Tells You Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Matthew Kaderabek https://www.epriest.com/reflections/view/996 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Matthew Kaderabek Topics: Faithfulness , Jesus , Mary , Discipleship Source: ePriest A daily reflection on John 2:1-11 where Jesus performs the miracle of turning water to wine. This meditation speaks on our willing response to do whatever Jesus tells us (vs. 5). Glorious Promises Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Frederick A Niedner, Jr https://www.christiancentury.org/article//glorious-promises Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Frederick A Niedner, Jr Topics: Death , Marriage , Hope , Glory Source: The Christian Century Frederick Niedner's reflection on John 2:1-11 compares Jesus revealing his glory at the Wedding in Cana with the climax of a couple's marriage relationship.