John 2:1-11
Just Fill The Jars


In our conversation, we explore the spiritual discipline of table fellowship and its role in Christian spirituality. I reflect on the insights of scholars like NT Wright and Barry Jones, underscoring the significance of shared meals for both physical sustenance and spiritual growth. Hear about the joyous occasion of Jesus' first miracle at Cana and how it exemplifies the abundance he offers in our lives. Embrace the invitation to gather, eat, and experience God's grace in community as we delve into the rich tapestry of biblical hospitality.

Discussion Questions:

1. Considering Jesus' first miracle at Cana, what does this tell us about the significance of His presence in our celebrations and gatherings? How can we invite Jesus into our own moments of joy and fellowship? (John 2:1-11) 4.

2. The sermon touched on the role of obedience and service in witnessing miracles, such as the servants at the wedding in Cana. Share a time when your simple act of service became a blessing or revealed God's glory in an unexpected way. (John 2:5-9)

3. How can we embody the humility and servitude that Christ demonstrated, in our own communities and personal lives, as described in the sermon? Discuss how this aligns with Paul's teachings in 1 Corinthians 1:26-29.

4. Discuss the concept of the dinner table as a missional opportunity, as mentioned in the sermon. How can we more intentionally use our tables to extend hospitality and share the gospel with others?