Posts Tagged "Fishing"

Touching Many

Posted by on Apr 18, 2013 in Articles | 0 comments

Touching Many

Three thousand people saved – in one day, in one place, through the bold words of one man of God. Not in one year or over many miles or through several missionaries – one day, one place, one man of God! How incredible! It gets better. The man of God speaking with bold authority wasn’t Elijah or Moses, but Peter! Peter – the rough and tough, the fisherman with the reputation for angry outbursts, the disciple who denied Christ three times. The same Peter that Christ spoke to after the resurrection, “Do you love me Peter?” three times asked. Three times Peter proclaims “I do Lord!” “Feed my lambs. Tend my sheep. Feed my sheep, Peter,” Christ forgives and commissions him.

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Leave the Harbor

Posted by on May 19, 2012 in Articles | 0 comments

Leave the Harbor

“God wants a fleet of fishing boats, not a yachting club.”   There once was a man who went into the boat business.  He built a large building and equipped it with premium machinery.  He went to the lumber yard and ordered the highest grade wood, visited the hardware store and purchased the most specialized nails, the most desirable paints, etc.  Once he had adequately prepared his building, he built the finest fishing boats available.  He outfitted them with the strongest nets, the most dependable sails, the sturdiest rigging.  He docked the boats in a harbor that he built near...

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