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This thought-provoking letter comes from a listener in the Middle East.

Dear TWR,

I have been listening to your programs and was shocked to hear that Jesus turned water into wine. In our religion, we believe that God forbids alcohol. How then do you dare say that the holy man of God, Jesus, performed a miracle by making wine? Doesn’t this prove that your Bible is not true? If you can give any other meaning, please let me know. This has been hard for me to take. I was your faithful listener and believed what you shared, but this part has held me back. Unless you can give me more proof as to why Jesus would do such a thing, I cannot be your listener. May God guide all of us to his truth.

~ A Faithful Listener in the Middle East