Murals (2008) by PHANTAST - Graffiti - Cultural Music & Art Association inc. - 98 Milne St. Benleigh

boat1st century boat, archeological discovery at the Sea of Galilee, Palestine . "Put out into deep water, and let down the net for a catch"! (Luke 5,4).

Simon Peter was amazed that Jesus cared about his day-to-day routine and understood his needs. (God is interested not only in saving us, but also in helping us in our daily activities). When the sermon was over, Jesus thought not of Himself and of His own fatigue, but of His poor, hungry  and disappointed disciples. He knew that they had toiled in vein all night and that they had nothing to eat... Jesus asked Peter with sympathy, love and respect  to put out into deep water for a catch to give them something to eat, not to impose His will over their will or to test their obedience on empty stomach or sleep deprivation.

From this point on, the apostles left their nets and remained with Jesus. For us, following Jesus means more than just acknowledging Him as Saviour. We must leave our past behind and commit our future to Him. ( Zon )

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