Sadie Robertson Huff Shares Water into Wine Story Insights: God is ‘a GOOD Father’

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Sadie Robertson Huff Shares Water into Wine Story Insights: God is ‘a GOOD Father’

By Movieguide® Contributor

Sadie Robertson Huff’s recent trip to Italy reminded her of the book of John’s water into wine story, and it’s helped her realize just how good God is.

“We’ve been in Italy the last couple of days & it’s been so fun!,” Huff said on Instagram on June 4. “I have to say, most of the fun has been surrounded by something yummy to eat or sip on! The gelato, the pizza, the pasta, the wine… Italy does not disappoint!”

The same week, Huff started to read the book of John.

She said, “John 2:7–10 Jesus said to the servants, ‘Fill the jars with water. And they filled them up to the brim.”

“And he said to them, ‘Now draw some out and take it to the master of the feast.’ So they took it. When the master of the feast tasted the water it had now become wine, and he did not know where it came from (though the servants who had drawn the water knew), the master of the feast called the bridegroom and said to him, ‘Everyone serves the good wine first, and when people have drunk freely, then the poor wine. But you have kept the good wine until now.’”

The fact that the wine that had previously been water tasted the best struck her.

“What stuck out to me is that the master of the wedding was surprised that the wine was GOOD wine,” she explained. “I’m not one to drink wine often, but being in Italy I was excited to enjoy some good wine, and you can definitely tell a difference! At this wedding, there was a noticeable difference.”

“This moment also came right after Mary, the mother of Jesus, the one who arguably knew him the most said, “do whatever He tells you” & as the servants did exactly what Jesus said, good wine was what came out of it,” she said. “It can be hard in the world we live in to trust God at His word. To trust that Jesus’ plan for you is actually the BEST plan!”

She notes that Christians can often fall into the trap of thinking that if they follow God, they may “miss out on something”

“But I just love, that this man was SURPRISED that the wine was GOOD WINE,” she said. “Doing things Jesus’ way doesn’t leave you with less than. He’s a GOOD father, and provides GOOD things in His timing.”

Huff enjoyed her time in Italy with a pasta-making session. She shared a video of herself, her husband, Christian, and her dad, Willie Robertson, making pasta and said:

“Before leaving dinner I called the waiter over and said, “I need to order a lasagna to go for someone back at the house”

My bro-in-law who loves to keep me humble proceeds to shout out, “there ain’t no body back at the house”

To which I said, my future self is back at the house 😂😂😂

which actually will preach! do things today that your future self will thank you for🤝🤣

Huff also attended a friend’s wedding while in Italy.

Her husband, Christian Huff posted a photo of the two of them at the venue, “@legitsadierob makes me enjoy weddings… not a dance floor guy but this hottie brings it out of me. Congrats to @joshmorton12 and @allykmoore! Loved getting to celebrate you guys in Italy!”

Movieguide® recently reported on Huff:

Earlier this year, Huff gave a speech at Liberty University. She spoke about how it’s important to follow moral and Biblical convictions.

“Compromise is something that no one else calls you out for or sees, but God sees,” Huff said. “Only you know the conviction of your heart, and only you can follow that.”

“Compromise offers a temporary satisfaction, but God offers eternal hope,” she said.

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