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WHEN THE WINE RUNS OUT


When the wine runs out, do whatever Jesus tells you to do. Have faith in his word. John 2 says the servants not only poured water in those pots, but they filled them to the brim. When Jesus told them to fill the pots with water, it was as if to say "I can work with that." If that’s all you got, give me what you've got. But give me the best you have.


Fill your water pots, and let Jesus take care of the rest.

Love your spouse to the best of your ability, and trust God for the rest. Do your best for your marriage and your family and your significant other, and let Jesus take care of the rest. "Just fill the water pots, and I’ll take care of the rest," Jesus says.



If you can’t sing like Aretha Franklin, just fill the water pots.

If you can’t make money like Donald Trump, just fill the water pots. If you aren’t as funny as Bill Cosby, just fill the water pots.

If you can’t act like Lawrence Olivier, just fill the water pots.

If you can’t teach like Mary MacLeod Bethune,

if you can’t write poetry like Maya Angelou,

if you can’t help farm workers like Cesar Chavez,

if you can’t write music like Mozart,

if you can’t produce films like Spike Lee, just fill the water pots.


When you’ve run out of wine and you’ve done all you can do, when you’re tired and need a savior, just fill the water pots to the brim, and let Jesus take care of the rest.


SOURCE: From "When The Wine Runs Out" by Ernest Flores on www.sermoncentral.com. Edited by SermonCentral Staff.

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