The story is told of a wedding
In Cana of Galilee.
The wine that they had was in short supply,
In the middle of the feast.
Jesus bade them fill the vessels
With water to the brim,
And when the servants poured it out,
The miracle did begin. . .

For He made the water the sweetest wine,
And all those who thirsted were filled.
He took the common and made it divine.
This is His perfect will.
 

“I go a fishing,” said Simon,
And five other also would go.
All through the night they were casting their nets
With nothing at all to show.
But in the morning, Jesus met them
And bade them cast once more.
And when they could not lift the nets,
They knew it was the Lord. .
 

For He gave them fish, and said “Come, and dine.”
The nets that were empty He filled.
He took the common and made it divine.
This is His perfect will.

Father, I am so like those empty nets,
Lord, I am the vessel of stone.
The strength that I have is in short supply,
For I can do nothing alone.
Let the power of Thy word fill me,
And empty me of “me,”
And, choosing to obey in faith,
Your miracles I will see. . .
 

For Your take Your own strength and make it mine,
And all who are thirsty You fill.
You take the common and make it divine;
This is Your perfect will—

For He made the water the sweetest wine,
And all those who thirsted were filled.
He took the common and made it divine.
This is His perfect will.
 

Oh, yield to His perfect will!


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