Yesterday, as I was reading through the beginning of the book of John, right after Jesus turned the water into wine, I realized I had never thought about verse 9:
"When the master of the feast tasted the water now become wine, and did not know where it came from (though the servants who had drawn the water knew)..."
The servants knew. They had seen the miracle, and they had seen the work that Christ had done. This is indeed a privilege that we have been given as Christians, to know where the wine came from. Though to everyone else the miracle may appear commonplace and ordinary, we know the truth; we know and see the One from whom all good and perfect gifts flow. This is a precious thing, to see where the miracle comes from. May it lead us to greater worship of and desire for Him who does wondrous things!