A couple of Sundays ago, the Gospel was the pericope about the Wedding at Cana. It brought to mind the following poem from my childhood:
God in Man (By Charles L. O'Donnell)
A shuttered house He occupies
Whose home is wider than the skies.
(On Tabor, all its windows lit,
Three men were blinded, seeing it).
He hid His Godhead in some sort
Successfully, by all report.
(Some jars of water, once, they say,
Rebelled and gave the truth away).