Where did Christ turn water into wine?
Jesus turned the water into wine, at the wedding in Canaan.
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The miracle when Jesus turned water into wine occurred at Cana in Gallilee, near Nazareth. This was the first recorded miracle of Jesus, and took place during a wedding (John 2:1-11).
Another answer from our communiy: Jesus turned water into wine at the wedding of his friends in Canabecause the wine provided at the wedding had been consumed. Itshowed his power, and the disciples believed. Jesus said, If that servant say in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming; andshall begin… to beat the menservants and maidens, and to eat anddrink, and to be drunken; The lord of that servant will come in aday when he looketh not for him, and at an hour when he is notaware, and will cut him in sunder, and will appoint him his portionwith the unbelievers. Luke 12:45,46 ( Full Answer )
This can be found in John chapter 2 verse 5 onwards. Where Jesus along with his mother are invited to wedding.It was held in Cana, And the wine ran out Jesus told the people to fill the jars with water , and then take it out.,
According to the Bible, Jesus Christ is the "WORD" of God, the member of the God Family who is the Creator God of the Old Testament. The Father, although Head of the Family, has remained in the background since the beginning... with the WORD doing what the Father wants done... and speaking the Words… the Father wants spoken: " All things were made by Him; and without Him was not any thing made that was made ." (John 1:3) "He was in the world, and THE WORLD WAS MADE BY HIM , and the world knew Him not." (verse 10) "...for the works which the Father hath given Me to finish, the same works that I do, bear witness of Me, that the Father hath sent Me . And the Father Himself, which hath sent Me, hath borne witness of Me. Ye have neither heard His voice at any time, nor seen His shape ." (John 5:36-37) "...whosoever shall receive Me, receiveth not Me, but Him that sent Me." (Mark 9:37) "...the Father hath not left Me alone; for I DO ALWAYS THOSE THINGS THAT PLEASE HIM ." (John 8:29) "...For I did not speak of My own accord , but the Father who sent Me commanded Me what to say and how to say it ... so WHATEVER I SAY IS JUST WHAT THE FATHER HAS TOLD ME TO SAY ." (John 12:49-50 NIV) The point is... since Jesus Christ " created grapes and the fermentation process"... how hard would it have to be for Him to "speed it up a bit" for the party? ( Full Answer )
Catholics believe in transubstantiation, that is, in the transformation of bread and wine into the real Body and Blood of Christ when the words of consecration are pronounced over them by a priest with valid orders with the intention to do so. This doctrine needs some explanation: transubstantiat…ion means that the substance changes, not the accidents. That is, the accidents or appearance of bread and wine remain, however, the substance is now that of Christ's flesh and blood. Thus Catholics truly consume the accidents of bread, i.e. looks like it, tastes like it, smells like it, crumbles like it, etc., however they also receive the substance of Christ's Body and Blood. The miracle of transubstantiation therefore lies not in it being Christ's Body and Blood, but in that the accidents of bread and wine remain without their substance. This substantial change without the conforming accidents is miraculous and is not duplicated in nature. ( Full Answer )
Yes. This was the first miracle Jesus did and can be read about in John 2:1-9.
In John chapter 2 verse 10 the words have well drunk is interpreted in the Greek as "to drink to intoxication " it is word number 3184 in the strongs concordance and is methuo in Greek.. Further to this, others point to the fact that methuo is here in the passive voice in Greek and also to the fa…ct that the person making the statement was talking about usual practice and not necessarily to what was happening at this particular wedding. The simple fact is we do not know and those who suggest the wine was not fermented point to the fact that Jesus would thus effectively be countenancing a substance we know to be harmful, despite the antioxidents, and would be approving of drunkenness.. In addition, there is evidence that the ancients actually made a substance they called 'wine' by boiling off the water and skimming off the substances which cause fermentation. This ennables long storage and transport and relates to Jesus illustration about wine in new and old wineskins. They would then re-constitute this substance with the addition of water when they required the 'wine'. ( Full Answer )
b/c it was suttle and Jesus knew that it wasnt his time to do the major miracles yet
A: The miracle in which Jesus turned water into wine is described only in John chapter 2, occurring "on the third day", or soon after the baptism of Jesus, and Jesus told his mother that his time [for miracles] had not come. Caution should be exercised in accepting this miracle as having really hap…pened. In the synoptic gospels, Jesus had begun his forty days in the wilderness at this time, so could not have been at a wedding in Cana. The author of John's Gospel, as the gospel name implies traditionally regarded as the apostle John, liked to ascribe to Jesus miracles similar to those attributed to the pagan gods. Just as the god Dionysus turned water into wine, so Jesus turned water into wine. Later in the same gospel, we are told of Jesus healing the lame man at the five-sided pool, now known to have been part of an Asclepium. a temple to the Greek god Asclepius. When Asclepius (John's "angel") came by and disturbed the water, the first to enter would be cured, but the lame man was never able to reach the water first. This points to these miracles as literary creations, not events that can be dated with precision. ( Full Answer )
He was around the age of thirty. His ministry lasted about three years, ending in His crucifixion at about the age of thirty-three.
The Scripture does not state a date explicitly but there are someclues. Most scholars today would say that Jesus was born in theAutumn of 5/4 BC. In Luke 3:23 it says He is 30 years old andbeginning His ministry near the Spring Passover approaching -having called His disciples and been baptized by J…ohn the Baptist. The story of changing the water into wine is found in John 2 whereHe and His disciples have just entered Cana in Galilee and John isimprisoned. If this event was in the same timeline as it seems tobe from these two accounts, then the year would have been 24/25 AD,springtime. This accounts for the calendar error of Denis theLittle, omitting the year '0' out of our modern calendars. ( Full Answer )
During the fermentation process the only thing you can do is keep the fermentation below 75 Degrees F. This keeps the volatile acid production done by the yeast well below acceptable levels. After fermentation there are 2 basic ways to keep it from turning. It is important to know that it takes o…xygen to make vinegar so keep the oxygen out and away. . Use a container with no head space. During fermentation the head space is filled with CO2 that acts as a protective layer to keep oxygen out. When the process has finished make sure you transfer your wine to an appropriate sized vessel with little to know head space or you can "top off" your wine. . The addition of sulfites AFTER the fermentation. Adding sulfites during fermentation will affect the performance of the yeast. ( Full Answer )
A: In John's Gospel, Jesus performed his first miracle of turning water into wine on the third day after his baptism. He is traditionally believed to have been about 29 or 30 at the time. In the synoptic gospels, Jesus went into the wilderness immediately after his baptism, so was not at the wed…ding in Cana. In these gospels, his first miracle was to fast for forty days and resist the devil. ( Full Answer )
hide them up its sleeve. Answer: . Magicians make a lot of their tricks work by misdirection and the substitution of one object for another (slight of hand). They also are good at using duble walled containers. Finally as water with alcohol looks like water and grape powder can be dropped in the f…luid secretly, it is possible to make "drinkable" wine for later tasting ( Full Answer )
The account of this miracle can be found in the Gospel of John, chapter 2: verses 3-11+46.
Of course it was true wine as a matter of fact in the Bible it clearly states that Jesus' wine was far better than the original wine at the wedding.
Wine is made from grapes (red or white). The juice in the grapes is actually clear - not red/white. The color comes from the skins of the grapes. For white wine, the juice is extracted, separated from the skins and 'more or less' fermented, then bottled. For red wine, the juice is kept in conta…ct with the red skins which basically 'stains' the wine red. The longer the contact with the skins, the more color that is extracted. White Zinfandel is actually made from red grapes, but it isn't left in contact with the skins long enough to make the wine more than a pink hue. ( Full Answer )
I don't know for certain, but here's what I think they may be: - That he believes that marriage is sacred which is why he decided to perform his first miracle there. -If you ask him for something he will listen to you and consider it even if he has different plans. - He agreed to make more wine… so that the weddings guests could enjoy themselves, and so Jesus sees the importance of recreation as long as it is kept within moral standards. ( Full Answer )
The account of Jesus' first miracle is found in John 2:1-11 . To summarize briefly: Jesus and his disciples were invited to a wedding, and the host ran out of wine (v.3). This indicates that the celebration was well under way before Jesus performed His miracle. The man who was so impressed with t…he quality of the wine Jesus miraculously produced was not a king, but the "master of the feast," who was responsible for seeing that everyone was served (v.8). Upon tasting the water turned to wine (v.9), he proceeded to compliment the bridegroom because he had saved the best wine until last. This was just the opposite of the usual practice - hosts normally served their best wine first, and trotted out something inferior once the guests' palates were dulled (v.10). The important point of the telling is not the quality of the wine, but the quality of the miracle. The account does not name either the master of the feast or the bridegroom. ( Full Answer )
According to the Bible, at a wedding in Cana, Jesus turned water into wine as his first public miracle.
first get zamorak stuff then use it on the wine Another reply: I think you can't. You can just pick up the Wine of Zamorak from one specific place.
According to the Book of John 2:1-11, it does not list any name for the rich man who invited Jesus to the wedding that occurred in Cana. It does mention a line in Verse 9, that has, "Ruler of the feast."
I don't claim to know the answer for sure, but I have some ideas. At its most simple interpretation, this miracle happened when the wine had run out at a wedding party. Jesus turned water into wine to ensure that people had what they needed. This is the first of Jesus's miracles which is recorded …in the Bible, so it might have been performed to illustrate the start of something special. Water (boring, lowly, ubiquitous) would be transformed into wine (enthralling, high-status, exclusive). Jesus went to the wedding with his mother and I think it was partly in her honour that he did this miracle, to demonstrate parental respect. All of Jesus' miracles were about improving quality of life for people. Perhaps this miracle teaches us that it is OK with God for us to have fun at a party and have a drink, if that makes life better for ourselves and our friends. Finally, it was conventional to drink the good wine first and save the poor quality wine to drink later, when the guests were too drunk to care. The water into wine miracle happened late in the day, yet the quality of the wine was very high. This shows that it is reckless to get into a frame of mind where you just don't care, because you might miss out on the best thing of all. ( Full Answer )
When Jesus was a young man he went to a wedding with his mother, Mary. At the wedding they ran out of wine. She asked him to help. He asked for large barrels of water and turned them into wine. He was not yet thirty but close enough. Just a note of history for you. When Hebrews were married back the…n they celebrated for a week. So running out of wine was not surprising. ( Full Answer )
A: Only two are recorded as ever having really turned water into wine: the Greek god Dionysus and Jesus Christ. Apart from them, it is not something we mortals can do.
Answer: According to the account, Jesus' mother commanded the servants in their duties. "His mother saith unto the servants, Whatsoever He saith unto you, do it." (John 2:5) This indicates at least an involvement in the wedding proceedings... probably the wedding of one of her daughters.
Jesus told to fill the jars with water and take to the chief steward. Who asked why have you kept the good wine for later.
In Mark's Gospel, Jesus spoke the last words, " My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me ?" which is certainly puzzling, especially in the light of the Trinity doctrine. Matthew faithfully copies Mark , but the author of Luke was not prepared to do so, replacing these words with, " Father, in…to thy hands I commend my spirit ." The author of John was generally copying Luke , but because he saw Jesus as truly divine, Luke's words were inappropriate. He chose " It is finished ." So it can be seen that God turned his back on Christ in the first two gospels, but not in Luke's Gospel or John's Gospel. ( Full Answer )
The New Testament book, John. Bible passage John 2:1-10. The specific verse is John 2:9. I hope this helped.
The grapes are crushed and the run off jucie is left to ferment, creating alcohol, when the fermentation is completed the wine is now fined and filtered and can be left in oak to mature or can be bottled straight away, most red are aged in oak for a period and some whites are. Please be aware that… this is a very simplified answer, the full answer would just be too long as there are so many variables, the winemaker has choices at almost every step! ( Full Answer )
Answer: God really didn't do it . It was Jesus. Additional Information: (John 2:1-11) Answer: According to the account, the wedding party wasn't made aware of the "miracle": "...(but the servants which drew the water knew;) ..." (John 2:9). The wedding guests were just impressed that the… "best wine" was being served after everyone's taste buds were clouded by the previous depleted stores of wine. Jesus' disciples also knew: "...this beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee, and manifested His glory; and HIS DISCIPLES BELIEVED ON HIM ." (verse 11) ( Full Answer )
"Turn this water into wine!" is a line from "King Herod's Song," from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar .
Wine contains water, but also ethyl alcohol, which is chemically very different from water, as well as some other alcohols and organic denaturants. It would be impossible to turn water into this complex mix of chemicals or to produce a palatable drink. Only the god Bacchus and Jesus have ever been r…ecorded as achieving this feat. ( Full Answer )
There's really no colour you can put into it. I'd just say put a lot of brown overlapping the wine colour.
it is made from white grapes - which have clear juice. The juice stays clear through the fermenting process, and comes from the aging barrels as almost clear, to medium amber in color (from the aging).
Have you ever been to a wedding reception? The place would clear out in record time if the wine were suddenly replaced with "grape juice." The "governor of the feast" was " pleased " and awestruck by the quality of the "fine wine"... not disappointed [John 2:10]. Jesus Christ is the Almighty CREA…TOR God of the Old Testament [John 1:3]. He CREATED THE FERMENTATION PROCESS . Trust Him... He knows what He's doing. ( Full Answer )
The occasion where Jesus turned the water into wine , was at a wedding.It was his first miracle.
A: The miracle of turning water into wine is described only in John chapter 2, occurring "on the third day", or soon after the baptism of Jesus, and Jesus told his mother that his time [for miracles] had not come. For this reason, caution should be exercised in accepting this miracle as having rea…lly happened. In the synoptic gospels, Jesus had begun his forty days in the wilderness at this time, so could not have been at a wedding in Cana. The author of John's Gospel, as the gospel name implies traditionally regarded as the apostle John, liked to ascribe to Jesus miracles similar to those attributed to the pagan gods. Just as the god Dionysus turned water into wine, so Jesus turned water into wine. Later in the same gospel, we are told of Jesus healing the lame man at the five-sided pool, now known to have been part of an Asclepium. a temple to the Greek god Asclepius. When Asclepius (John's "angel") came by and disturbed the water, the first to enter would be cured, but the lame man was never able to reach the water first. ( Full Answer )
John 2:11 - This beginning of signs Jesus did in Cana of Galilee , and manifested His glory; and His disciples believed in Him. [NKJV]
A: The story of Jesus turning water into wine is found in John chapter 2, where it takes place just three days after the baptism of Jesus, and replaces the temptation in the wilderness event in the synoptic gospels. The reason for this miracle is straight forward - the wedding party had run out of… wine. The meaning of the event is much less clear. Unlike the synoptic gospels, John's Gospel tells us that Jesus is not just the earthly Son of God, he himself is divine and eternal. For context, John contains another passage in which Jesus healed a lame man who had been waiting at the pool near the sheep market to be cured of his disability. The King James Bible says that an 'angel' came to disturb the water in the pool, after which the first to enter would be cured, but this was typical of the Greek god Asclepius, and archaeologists have identified the pool as being part of a temple to Asclepius. This is part of a pattern in which Jesus could easily perform miracles performed by the Greek gods. The literary meaning of Jesus turning water into wine was that, being fully divine, Jesus could and did perform miracles that had previously been attributed to the pagan gods. ( Full Answer )
Wine is assumed to contain Alcohol in the bible. From a historic perspective Wine was seen as safer than water as the Alcohol prevented sickness that was spread by untreated water. The poor had to drink unsafe water while the richer people drank wine.
The miracle of turning water into wine was His first ( John 2:11 ), and Luke's gospel informs us that Jesus was " about thirty " when He began His ministry ( Luke 3:23 ).
I believe that you are referring to Matthew CH. 9 v 17 "Neither do men put new wine into old bottles: else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perish: but they put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved". What Christ is teaching his disciples here is that you cann…ot teach an old dog new tricks. In other words some people are so used to the teachings of the gospel that they have been taught, that to give them a new doctrine would be hard for them to accept, and in doing so may break the spirit which they already have. To teach them new teachings would cause their minds to become confused. This is why Christ said that the new wine ( His New Gospel) must be put into new bottles (Minds that would not become confused). ( Full Answer )
John 2:1 - On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee , and the mother of Jesus was there. [NKJV]
What was the reaction of the man in charge of the feast after tasting the water turned to wine by Jesus?
something along the lines of:why did you hold the good stuff back and give us the young wine. when most people would give us the good stuff first and then when we are too drunk to care you would give us the young, terrible wine.
A: In the Anglican Communion, the bread and wine are only symbolically converted into the body and blood of Christ, physically retaining their original natures. In Catholicism, the bread and wine are really converted into the body and blood of Christ by the divine power of the Eucharist, altho…ugh physically retaining all their original properties. . Catholic Answer We do not know the how beyond it is purely the power of God, but then since He created the entire world, and everything in it out of nothing, that really should not leave us baffled. The only explanation that men have been able to come up with is called transubstantiation, which can be understood probably easier from analogy. In philosophy, everything is made up of accidents and substance. The substance is what makes a particular piece of matter this and not that. For instance, the substance of water is H2O, the matter could be either hard and cold, wet, or hot and vaporous: ice, water, or steam. In this case the the substance remains the same: H2O, but the accidents change: the temperature, the feel, etc. Another case would be wood, which, depending on its accidents could be a tree, a pile of ash, or a table. In each case, the substance stays the same, but the accidents change. Now, it is the other way around in the case of the Eucharist. When Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, pronounced the words, "This is My Body" over what was ordinary bread, the accidents remained the same, but the entire substance was replaced with the substance of Jesus Christ, Body and Soul, Humanity and Divinity. God performs this miracle every time one of His priests, at His Command, pronounce those same words in the Holy Mass. So the "how" remains a mystery to us human beings with our limited senses and intelligence, but since we believe in God, we believe what He told us - read the entire sixth chapter of St. John's Gospel, particularly the second half, where Our Blessed Lord not only assures us of this change, but tells us that we must believe in it, and participate in it worthily or we will have no life in us. See the link below for the Bread of Life discourse in St. John's Gospel. ( Full Answer )
Depends on what is meant by "believe in." Muslims certainly believethat Jesus existed and even consider him one of the minor prophets,but not that He was the Son of God. Curiously, they're willing toaccept the idea of his virgin birth, which would be consideredpretty dramatic evidence of a special c…ondition, but not of HisResurrection. The question is rather like the "Do Christians and Muslims worshipthe same God?" question: different faiths often incorporateelements from other traditions, but alter them to fit their way oflooking at the world. Thus, one can pay lip service to another'sset of beliefs without actually embracing them. As regards the wine: Jews (Jesus was Jewish, remember) approve ofthe - judicious - use of wine; Muslims don't. Actually, Mohammedhad quite a bit of difficulty with the wine question becausealthough it did a lot of harm (drunken behavior), it did a lot ofgood, too (eased pain, helped digestion, was safer than frequentlypolluted water, etc.) but in the end, he came down on the side ofProhibition. The fact that Jesus used wine just demonstrates (toMuslims) his innate inferiority to Mohammed. ( Full Answer )
John 2:5 - His mother said to the servants," Whatever He says to you, do it. " [NKJV]
A: The story of Jesus turning water into wine is found in John chapter2, where it takes place just three days after the baptism of Jesus,and replaces the temptation in the wilderness event in the synopticgospels. The reason for this miracle is straight forward - thewedding party had run out of wine…. We can look for a spiritualmeaning that the author of John would have sought to convey, or aspiritual meaning relevant to our own times. For context, John contains another passage in which Jesus healed alame man who had been waiting at the pool near the sheep market tobe cured of his disability. The King James Bible says that an'angel' came to disturb the water in the pool, after which thefirst to enter would be cured, but this was typical of the Greekgod Asclepius, and archaeologists have identified the pool as beingpart of a temple to Asclepius. This passage is part of a pattern inwhich Jesus could easily perform miracles performed by the Greekgods. For John , Jesus turning water into wine meant that,being fully divine, Jesus could and did perform miracles that hadpreviously been attributed to the pagan gods. There is no longer a need to compare Jesus to the Greek godDionysus, and that spiritual meaning is no longer relevant to ourtimes. We need to define new spiritual meanings for passages suchas this, and you can choose for yourself how to do this. One usefulsuggestion is that by turning tranforming water into anothersubstance, Jesus has the same power which God possesses - tocreate, transform, and change creation itself. A very differentsuggestion made elesewhere is that the marriage feast was itselfsymbolic, in which case the act of turning water into wine was akind of parable. ( Full Answer )
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