|Posted by Doming on November 12, 2017 at 8:05 PM|
THE FIRST MIRACLE OF JESUS
Part 1 of 3 CS-21 13-Jul-97
My children, today when I am venerated and exalted
for the great privilege that My Son gave Me,
I want to tell you something that will be of your liking.
If you accept it, you can consider yourselves
in the holy love in which I live,
together with the Blessed Ones in Heaven.
The Church speaks much about the first miracle of My Son.
It is justly framed within the holy Will
that ordained the fulfillment of that first wonder
through My intercession before Jesus.
But you do not know the events that preceded that wedding,
events that have to do with My Son and Myself,
the Mother eager to be near Him.
The family [in Cana] was related to Joseph
and, therefore, also to Me.
Upon receiving the invitation, I politely declined it,
thinking that Jesus wanted to excuse Himself,
because I noticed that He was somewhat indifferent.
There were still many days before the wedding.
I prepared a tablecloth and I sent it to the future wife
with expressions of affection and best wishes.
But Jesus, who saw and knew what sentiments were moving Me,
at the time when the tablecloth was ready
said to Me: “Mother, if I left My isolation
and managed that which the spouses insisted upon with the invitation,
would you like to accompany Me to the wedding of Our relatives?”
He was reading My Heart as an open book
and had delicately awaken My repressed desire.
“My Son”, I replied,
“there is no place that You would like to go,
that I would not also like.
Now I will send this tablecloth and, since You say so, We shall go”.
We did as Jesus had said and, on the appointed date,
We went to Cana.
In this framework of the events that preceded the actual wedding,
you can see, My children,
the reasons that moved Me during the celebration
to make known to Jesus the difficulties of the hosting family
concerning their lack of wine
and the reply of Jesus to My words.
This reply fit perfectly the state of mind of the Redeemer,
whose time to manifest Himself to the world had truly not arrived.