His mother said to the servants, “Whatever He says to you, do it” (John 2:5)
A simple statement of faith mixed with obedience at the wedding in Cana: “Whatever He says to you, do it.”
It’s the “whatever” that gets us in trouble, because we like to have answers and reasons for our doing.
And just like in this story, Jesus isn’t always inclined to provide those.
He told them to fill up the water pots, dip out, and take it to the head waiter.
To their credit, apparently they did all they were told without question.
How about you?
How about today?
Try this on as an affirmation:
Today I will honor the One who still turns the ordinary into the extraordinary.
I will surrender my will to His, and no longer resist His interruptions to my self-determined plans.
I will focus and follow through, and not allow myself to be distracted by trivia until the obedience is complete.
I will find the courage to embrace risk or change, regardless of my fears, if I know He is calling me out to do so.
I will release my demands for calculated answers and predictable outcomes. I will trust Him by doing the “what” and leaving the “why” to His understanding and timing.
Whatever He says, I’ll trust Him enough to do it.