It is here in Cana that Jesus learns that the bride and groom have run out of wine. This becomes a problem so that Mary, the mother of Jesus, who is present goes to Jesus and tells him that they have no wine. Jesus then notices that there are stone jars of water nearby and turns them into wine. It's not just ordinary wine that is produced, but better than what they originally were drinking!
Now think of the implications here for being a follower of Jesus. He is concerned about every detail of our lives. When we present him with a problem we can know that the possibility exists for him to produce something better than what we originally had. Do you believe it?
I would call your attention to what comes at the end of our reading: Here are the words:
"Jesus did this, the first of his signs, in Cana in Galilee, and revealed his glory; and his disciples believed in him." John 2:11
Those disciples grew in faith from what they had experienced. If you are aware of Jesus working in our life, your faith, too, will be strengthened. You may want to read the whole story and reflect on this first "sign" of Jesus and may God's blessing be upon your preparation and worship this Sunday.