Resources on John 2:11

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Sermons for the New Year Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Bryce Sibley https://www.hprweb.com/2019/01/homilies-for-january-2019/ Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Bryce Sibley Topics: Mary , Epiphany , Baptism , New Year Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Five complete sermons by Bryce Sibley for the season just after Christmas. The sermons focus on spiritual resolutions (Luke 2:16-21); Epiphany (Matthew 2:1-12); baptism (Luke 3:15-16, 21-22); Mary (John 2:1-11); and community (1 Corinthians 12:12-30). What We Know in the Bones Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Jan L Richardson http://paintedprayerbook.com/2018/02/26/lent-3-what-we-know-in-the-bones/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Jan L Richardson Topics: Lent , God's Will , Mystery , Christ Source: The Painted Prayerbook This image reflects on knowing Jesus in the temple of the body: flesh and bones. It also corresponds to a written reflection on these Lenten texts: Exodus 20:1-17, Psalm 19, 1 Corinthians 1:18-25, and John 2:13-22. A Revealing Sign Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David I Lewis https://concordiatheology.org/2016/01/epiphany-2-%e2%80%a2-john-21-11-%e2%80%a2-january-17-2016/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by David I Lewis Topics: Sign , Water , Glory , Revelation Source: Concordia Theology David I. Lewis' sermon starter on John 2:1-11 says that the significance of Jesus' turning water into wine was that the miraculous sign "revealed his glory" (v. 11). Mary, Mother of Mercy, Mother of the Priest Article about Preaching by Mary John Kramer http://www.hprweb.com/2016/10/mary-mother-of-mercy-mother-of-the-priest/ Article about Preaching by Mary John Kramer Topics: Mercy , Mary , Priesthood Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Mary John Kramer reflects on Mary's role in the gospels, offering her as a model to priests for letting divine mercy flow through them and into the world. Wedding Mishaps and the Cross Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Alyce M McKenzie http://www.patheos.com/Progressive-Christian/Wedding-Mishaps-Alyce-McKenzie-01-14-2013 Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Alyce M McKenzie Topics: Miracles , Cross , Glory Source: Patheos - Progressive Christianity A commentary on John 2:1-11. Alyce McKenzie finds that Cana and the Cross are connected through the presence of Jesus' mother, the reference to the hour, and the outpouring of a gift beyond human making. The Signs Tell the Story Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/2210 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Wedding , Miracles , Life , Discipleship Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection A sermon on John 2:1-11 from the Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection. The wedding at Cana opens our minds to the kind of expectations we might have in a life lived with God. "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 in the Fellowship of the Faithful Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robert B Kruschwitz http://www.baylor.edu/ifl/christianreflection/MarriageStudyGuide3.pdf Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robert B Kruschwitz Topics: Marriage , Ministry Source: The Christian Reflection Project Adult Sunday School lesson / Study guide about marriage as a calling to ministry for some. Liturgical elements and discussion questions included. Finding Wild Spaces Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Anne Sutherland Howard http://day1.org/1679-finding_wild_space Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Anne Sutherland Howard Topics: Fear , Stewardship , Image of God , Economics Source: Day1 Anne Sutherland Howard uses John 2:1-11 to speak into humans’ inclination to fear scarcity. Christian understanding of abundance is counter-cultural, requiring practices of “enoughness,” of seeing resources as shared, and of imagining new definitions of flourishing. 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). Wedding at Cana Scripture Meditation/Sermon by John Birch https://www.faithandworship.com/Sermons/Wedding_at_Cana.htm Scripture Meditation/Sermon by John Birch Topics: Wedding , Miracles , Mary , Water Source: Faith and Worship This sermon on John 2:1-11 focuses on Jesus' interaction with his mother while recalling the story of turning water into wine. Gifts for the Common Good Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton https://staging.laughingbird.net/index.php/occasion/c12/2025-01-19/ Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton Topics: Love , Wedding , Sign , Gift Source: Laughingbird Staging Nathan Nettleton offers a collection of worship resources on John 2:1-11, 1 Corinthians 12:1-11, and other scriptures, including linked sermons, Eucharistic prefaces, prayer, declaration of grace/absolution, and benediction. They Have No Wine Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Patricia Bruno https://preacherexchange.com/ssh_sep21.htm Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Patricia Bruno Topics: Mary , Miracles , Justice , Transformation Source: preacherexchange In this reflection on the Marriage at Cana (John 2:1-11), Patricia Bruno observes that Mary is a reminder to never underestimate the power of God. 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. Giving and Loving Sermon Preparation or Illustration by John van de Laar https://sacredise.com/lectionary-resources/epiphany-2c/ Sermon Preparation or Illustration by John van de Laar Topics: Wedding , Epiphany , Love , God's Love Source: Sacredise Describing the relationship between love and giving, John van de Laar's sermon starter on Isaiah 62:1-5, Psalm 36:5-10, 1 Corinthians 12:1-11, and John 2:1-11reflects on the self-giving love of God, consumerism, monetary offerings, and generosity, God's Love, Spiritual Gifts, and Miracles Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robin Kassabian https://www.episcopalchurch.org/bible-study/bible-study-epiphany-2-c-2016 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Robin Kassabian Topics: Epiphany , Gifts of the Spirit , God's Love , Gifts, spiritual Source: Sermons That Work In this Bible study guide, Robin Kassabian offers thoughts and reflection questions 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). What Grace Tastes Like Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Rolf Jacobson https://www.workingpreacher.org/podcasts/nl301-wedding-at-cana Sermon Preparation or Illustration by Rolf Jacobson Topics: Sign , Abundance , Revelation , Grace Source: Working Preacher A podcast sermon starter on the Wedding at Cana (John 2:1-11), emphasizing the abundance of Jesus' provision in turning water into wine. God's Faithful Love Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton https://staging.laughingbird.net/index.php/occasion/c12/2022-01-16/ Assurance of Pardon by Nathan Nettleton Topics: Gifts of the Spirit , Love , Gift , God's Faithfulness Source: Laughingbird Staging Paraphrases and worship resources based on Isaiah 62:1-5; Psalm 36:5-10; 1 Corinthians 12:1-11; John 2:1-11. Includes eucharistic preface, general prayer of thanksgiving, declaration of grace/absolution, commission & benediction, and links to model sermons. Water into wine Scripture Meditation/Sermon by John Birch https://www.faithandworship.com/Sermons/Water_into_wine.htm Scripture Meditation/Sermon by John Birch Topics: Wedding , Water , Humor , Trust Source: Faith and Worship "God certainly has a sense of humor [and] wants his creation to enjoy this world." John Birch's sermon reflects on Jesus turning water into wine at a wedding (John 2:1-11). Come and Dine Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Jason Cox https://www.episcopalchurch.org/sermon/come-and-dine-epiphany-2-c-2016 Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Jason Cox Topics: Joy , Feast , Incarnation , Marriage Source: Sermons That Work In this sermon on John 2:1-11, Jason Cox reflects on the miracle at Cana, the gospel of John’s hinting toward resurrection, and the metaphor of marriage as an example of God’s relationship with his people.