The miracle in Cana of Galilee is one of the most important events that was described during the spiritual activity of Christ. This miracle was described in the Gospel of St. John. According to the message, Jesus Christ transformed water into wine during the wedding in Cana.
Cana is a Galician town near Nazareth. The transformation of water into wine by Jesus is the first of the 37 miracles described in the Gospels (besides such events as the healing of the demon-possessed in a synagogue, the silence of a storm, the propagation of bread, or even the resurrection of Lazarus, which we also mentioned in the article). Witnesses to the miracle that took place in Cana of Galilee included the apostles of Jesus and his mother, Mary. The town itself (Cana of Galilee) is most likely today's Kefar Kanna, located in the Northern District, Israel.
The village is located at an altitude of 180-320 meters above sea level on the northeastern edge of the Hare Nacerat mountain massif in the so-called Lower Galilee. However, some researchers do not agree with this opinion, claiming that the miracle was to take place in a Lebanese village called Kana.
According to the biblical message, Jesus was invited to the wedding ceremony together with his mother, whom he accompanied. During the wedding, there was a lack of wine. Mary asked her son for help and his disciples to accompany him. Jesus ordered to fill the stone-cold water in the stone-cold, which he then turned into wine.