How Jesus brewed the New Wine at Cana? John 2 Part
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How Jesus brewed the New Wine at Cana? ? John 2 Part1:- Jesus Himself was the Fountain of the New Wine and at the Cana marriage, Jesus advised people how to brew this New Wine, the Gospel. Gospel being received through revelations only, is also called the Brand New Cloth untouched by human hands and It is received through revelations in a clean heart. Jesus has used symbolic language throughout His preaching and here is the exposition of John 2. And the Third Day (First day for the once-born hylic people led by holy son. The Second day for the twice born psychic people of spirit but of the doubting nature led by holy father and the Third day for the twice born pneumatic people of spirit, who are firm believers. They are wise men/women led by holy ghost), there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; and the mother of Jesus (Holy Spirit) was there. Here it is worth noting that people called Mary, the mother of Jesus but Jesus Himself always addressed Mary as a Woman because the Mother of Jesus was Holy Spirit and Mary was just a chosen media for His coming into the world in flesh. And both Jesus was called and His Labourers, which people address as disciples to the Marriage ? Here Jesus is comparing the marriage of the two physical bodies, boy and girl, that were getting married and they were celebrating it by drinking the old wine. Jesus compared this one with the spiritual Marriage that takes place at the Last Supper or Eucharist when the Trained Workers (Virgins) again called disciples by people enter into the Bridal Chamber tasting no more the old wine of letters or Scriptures but the New Wine of Spirit brewed through the Yeast of Holy Spirit. And when they wanted wine, the Woman of Jesus Mary saith unto him. They have no wine. Jesus saith unto her, Woman what have I to do with thee? Mine hour is not yet come ? People read Books (old wine) to learn about God but Gospel received through revelations surpasses all. Jesus? time was after He had fed His Labourers well with Word of God, the Gospel. Last Supper was the finishing touch to His ministry and that was His hour of Celebrating the Marriage. His Woman (Mother) saith unto the servants, Whatsoever He saith unto you, do it ? Jesus? Woman knew that whatsoever cometh out of His Mouth is absolute truth called SATT in Panjabi. And there were set there six water pots of stones after the manner of the purifying of the Jews, containing two or three firkins a piece. Now, six are the types of works we do to earn our living. This is called ?KHATT? in Punjabi and it is mentioned so in the Sikh Holy Book Ad-Granth. This term is also used for dowry that father gives to her daughter at the marriage. Out of the six, there are three honest means of Yahweh/Brahma and three are dishonest means relating to Satan. These are firstly hard physical labour, works and the opposite is stealing or robbery. Secondly, one is earning money/living through honest business and the opposite is through cheating and fleecing the simpletons. Thirdly, politicians or the rulers are ruling the public honestly so that there is justice and peace in society and the public is treated as you wished to be treated whilst the opposite is ruling public through cruel means of extracting money such as excessive taxes. What is holy and what is not holy are judged through the man-made rules/judgements or according to the written rules and regulations. For example, killing of a person in a robbery or as Saul did kill the Labourers of Jesus or the stoning to death of St.Stephan by the orders of the Temple priests, etc could be a sin in the eyes of people but not in the Eye of God, Who goes by the cleanliness of the hearts and not by the works. Kings used to do justice as per the laid down rules of Moses but the final word of approval or disapproval came from the Court Rabbi, who could temper the ruling with mercy. Jesus defined an ideal Rabbi in Matt.13.52 as a ruler of a House who would bring treasures old (written Torah) and the New (Oral Torah). Remember that the Rabbis had become corrupt and they dare not speak out the wrong doings of the kings such as Herod marrying the wife of Phillip but John, the Baptist, Who was Prophet Elijah condemned such wrong doing openly even though it cost Him his own life. Thus, those who killed others under the ?ignorance? of God, the once-born are forgiven but not the twice-born Temple Priests, the vipers, who hypocritically accused Jesus before the Pilate and gave bribe to their stooges to shout for the death of Jesus and the release of the robber. Thus, the hypocrite Temple Priests who led the blind in accusing Jesus did pay their price for hypocrisy/blasphemy when the Jerusalem Temple (Winepress) was destroyed and the Chosen People were thrown out of the Promised Land to suffer in other countries. Remember that Jesus never accused or rebuked a sinner but He spared not the hypocrites especially of the Jerusalem.