Those who are not using St. Louis de Montfort’s book Total Consecration, may read the Day 29 entry here https://www.catholiccompany.com/content/total-consecration-jesus-through-mary.cfm
Jesus’ order to the six servants: “Fill the jars with water.” To the servants, that must have sounded quite irrational. At what part of the wedding feast did this happen: at the beginning, or the middle, or towards the end? Obviously it was towards the end; otherwise the wine would not have run out. Even the steward retorted to the bridegroom: “Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had too much to drink; but you have saved the best till now.” The water was for ritual-washing at the guests’ arrivals. Nobody else was going to arrive anymore. Why should the jars be filled?
But the servants did everything as Jesus had instructed them, and filled the jars to the brim.
Then they were told to draw some out and take it to the master of the banquet to drink. They “had drawn the water” and knew it was water, and it must have seemed rather ridiculous too – get the steward to taste water reserved for washing???
But they did, and the steward did.
The final result: Jesus “revealed his glory; and his disciples believed in him.” (John 2:11)
That was the point of the story: Jesus’ glory was revealed when people followed his orders. All those six servants plus the master of the banquet received directives from Jesus and did as they were told, immediately.
When Jesus tells you to do something, do it! Yes, read the gospel, but don’t just stop there. Heed his commands and take action.
Who initiated the proceedings at the start of Jesus’ public ministry? His mother, Mary, who knew the events that day would draw attention to her glorious Son. That was her vocation. That is still her calling. Her message at Cana was, and will always be: “Do whatever Jesus tells you!” (John 2:5)
That is also why we consecrate ourselves to Mother Mary.