Covenant Words
Covenant Words

Episode 622 · 3 months ago

The Gospel of Luke #18

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Luke 5:1-11

Me and again, as we have just Sung your word, we now come to your word, into the reading of the word. And Lord, we asked indeed that you may bless it. I pray God, for myself and the words that I have prepared, that I would not go beyond your word, that I would not say things that are false or misleading. I Pray, God, that Christ may be magnified in the words that I speak. And I pray, Lord, that the text that I read, indeed, I will stay to it and Lord, I will rightly divide it for your people. Let me pray for your illumination upon it as we read it and hear it. And God, I prayed it in our hearts this morning you would use your word to stir a desire to spread your Gospel, but also, God, to remind us of your grace, which you will show in a marvelous way. And Lord, I pray that I may make that clear to your people this morning again show US wondrous truths out of your law and open our eyes to see it. I pray in Christ's name. Amen, I'm reading from the Gospel of Luke this morning, Chapter Five. If we continue our way through the gospel of Luke and I will be reading one story that's found in the first eleven verses of Luke Five. And here again, I remind you, what now I shall read is God's word. On one occasion, while the crowd was pressing in on him to hear the word of God, he was standing by the lake of Gennesaret and he saw two boats by the lake, but the fishermen had gone out of them and were washing their nets. Getting into one of the boats, which was Simon's, he asked him to put out a little from the land and he sat down and taught the people from the boat and when he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch, and Simon answered master. retoiled all night and took nothing, but at your word, I will let down the nets. And when they had done this, they enclosed a large number of fish and their nets were breaking. They signaled to their partners and the other boat to come and help them, and they came and filled both the boats. So they began to sink. But when Simon Peter saw it, he fell down at Jesus knee, saying depart from me, I am a sinful man o Lord, for he and all who were with him were astonished at the catch of fish that they had taken, and so also were James and John Sons of Zebity, who were partners with Simon. and Jesus said to Simon, do not be afraid, from now on you will be catching men. And when they had brought their boats to land, they left everything and followed him. Thus ends the reading of God's word. Please be seated. Last week we looked at Jesus...

Ministry and Capernaum and saw that Luke shows in that passage that Christ had authority over teaching. Uh in his teaching the authority. He had authority over demons, authority over sickness. This morning we moved to another story of Jesus Authority over the creation of God. We're going to see the authority has over that, but we're also going to see a great miracle of provision. I could easily, I found as I prepared the message this week, I could easily have done two messages on this story, but I decided to no, I needed to get a little ways into luke in my short time here, so I decided to make it only one message. Out of this so we'll begin by looking at versus one to three. This story by Luke is is a little puzzling to commentators. They're not exactly sure where it fits in. Um. It doesn't seem to quite be the exact story that's found other aces. There is another miraculous catch a fish in the Bible, but that's found in John Twenty one, and although some trying to make a case that it's the same exact catch, Um, this one happens at the very beginning of Christ's ministry and the one in John Chapter one happens at the very end of of Christ's ministry. Although there is a there is Luca. John gives us an neetcount. I'm just thinking of this now, but he gives us that number of fish that were caught in that one, which is very odd. It's just a strange number. But anyway, that's another message for another time. But Anyway, Um, it's I think it's clear that this account is a different one. And of course our Lord did miracles, repetitive miracles. This wouldn't be the only repetitive miracle that our Lord did. There's many healings of the same kind and castine out of spirits and demons of the same kind. Matthew and mark also give an account of what appears to be the calling of the apostles, and that account also seems to be somewhat similar to the account I read to you and Luke. However, there is a glaring difference that seems to make it not the same. Now commentators are divided about this and Um, there there are those who think that this is the same. Calvin says positively that he believes it's the same account, that what Matthew and mark give is exactly the same as what Luke gives, the same experience. G Campbell Morgan believes, however, they are obviously two different accounts and to support that, uh, he mentions that in the two accounts, in the one account where we have in Matthew and mark, the disciples are actually fishing, but in this account it is expressly said they're not fishing, but they are mending or walk, excuse me, washing their nets. Uh, in doing that, and so Um, to to to sound. That's important. I know that Morgan, it is important because he thinks that they were first called...

...in Matthew and mark, that that account is the first calling. But he makes the point that he thinks is important in the story that even after they have been called, they went back to their nets and back to their occupation, and so Jesus has to come to them a second time to get them away from their nets. And so he thinks that is important and he thinks that plays a part as to why Peter says depart from me, from a sinful man, for Peter now recognizes he aired in Um in going back to his back to his nets and UH. And also the account. Why, if, if there was, if there is the same account, why don't Matthew and mark mentioned the miracle, the great catch of fish? It seems like, uh, that would be there. And the Calvin actually says the reason he thinks it's the same account, as he says. Otherwise we make the apostles apostates. Well, we're all apostate a time, so that's okay. William Hendrickson says, taken as a unit, the story found here in Luke is peculiar to Luke. It has no parallel. So I tend to believe and tend to decide with those who believe this is a separate account from the others. But I'm not going to argue about it. Now. One thing that Luke brings out that isn't as clear in the other Gospel accounts is that Peter is the pre eminent apostle and he will come through that way. Uh, in in the Gospel is now the gospel of mark is kind of an exception. You may know that tradition says that Mark wrote his Gospel, but it was Peter who actually kind of gave it to him, and mark was kind of a ghostwriter for Peter. And so Peter and mark seems to put himself into the background. So many of the things we know about Peter we don't find out in the gospel of Mark Because, uh, Peter seemed to want to leave out the things that would make him look better than anybody else. But it is true when you look at the Gospel, all four Gospel accounts, that lists to us the apostles, Peter is the first name in every single one of those lists. So in Chapter Five, Luke names the location as the lake of it UH. This is uh one of those names that is not as familiar to us. You know this better as the Sea of Galilee, which it is also called. Of course, the title of Sea of Galilee actually appears thirteen times in Matthew, in the Short Gospel of market actually appears sixteen times, but never in Luke. Luke never mentions it as a Sea of Galilee. He calls it five times a lake and later on in history, as as time goes on, you may know, it will become known as the Sea of Tiberia's UH. These are all named for the same body of water. And the crowd is pressing in on Jesus to hear the word of God. And and again in chapter four, at the end we saw a sunset that everybody was bringing their sick out so for Jesus to touch him. And that's a wonderful thing. But this is even...

...greater that people are coming out not to be healed but actually to hear the word of God. And that's what they're doing. And what a what a marvelous thing must have been, what an amazing thing to hear the words of God from God. That would be an astounding experience, of course, and that's what they went through. And so in verse two of the fishermen had gotten out of their boats and were washing their nets fishing. I am somewhat of a fisherman I won't claim to be a great fisherman, but I do love the fish and I fished a lot during my life and fishing is generally better at night. It's generally easier to catch them. So this is probably morning and the fishermen are tired, as they spent the night throwing this large net over perhaps an area of about a hundred feet and dragging the net hand over hand to bring not only the net but the fish in. And this work would be very trying at best. But it's really true ride when you go all night and don't catch a thing, and that's the problem here. They haven't caught anything at all. And so the nets themselves were probably what are called Trammel Nets, and I learned this this week. I didn't, I didn't know that, but they're a net with a UM outer layers, two outer layers of larger Mesh and then a small Innernet, uh layer that that had a very fine mess. So the fish would get into the larger ones and then they try to get out and they get confused and they get caught in the inner mass and that's how they would get caught and be brought in. And because it was very complex when you were done, you needed to wash those nets and clean them up. The Nets would have bottom, our weights on the bottom of the net and floats on the top so that they would either could rest on the bottom or rest down and raise to the top for that. So in verse three, again Jesus is going to teach. So again, as I've mentioned several times now, he sits down to teach. Okay, you still haven't implemented here in this church. But but Jesus sits down in the boat and again pushes the boat out a little ways to make it more of a way where his voice could be clearly heard by the crowd. Now, Um, yeah, I don't know what I'm doing there. Okay. So going to verse I was moving to my notes before I was done with my notes. So so in verse four, Jesus said to Peter put out into the deep, and and that is in the singular in the Greek. When he says put out into the deep, that singular. So he's saying that just to Peter. But then the second part is in the Pearl where he says let down your nets, and so he is addressing that probably to the crew that is in Peter's boat and of course, in Verse Five Peter Answers. Master, we've toiled all night and taken nothing.

And I'm sure there's there's nothing that you like better in your line of work when somebody who is not in your line of work at all tells you what you ought to do. And I'm sure you love that, as all US pastors love to hear why we're not great preachers and what we need to do, uh, to be good preachers. James Edwards put it this way. We need not ask what goes through the mind of a professional fisherman in a foul mood when a non fisherman orders him to do again in bad conditions, what he has already tried and failed to do in good conditions. And Uh, I wondered about that. And and I thought I didn't have this in my notes because this just happened last night, but we were at the Desert Museum with with Pete and Jackie and and Um, as we were going around, people were stopping and telling us about the desert museum and I asked Pete. I said that that kind of get to you where you want to say, Hey, I've worked here all my good part of my life. I know this. You know, you don't have to tell us this stuff, and I thought about that when I was thinking about my message and I said maybe I'll put that in a message tomorrow. Sole so I did. So that for you, Um. But the second part is then Peter Remembering. So first he's like, you know, we've toiled all night and taken nothing. You know, you're a carpenter, I'm a fisherman. Maybe I know a little bit more about this. I mean you're a master. But but then the second part he does remember and he says Master, but at Earword, I'll laid down the nets. And so in verses six and seven we have this miracle recorded. After what Jesus told them to do. They have such a catch of fish in the nets that the nets are breaking because of the weight of the fish in the nets, and they called to their partners and the other boat, it's probably Peter and Andrew in the in their boat, the brothers, and it's probably James and John, as we see later on, in the other boat. And so they're calling them to come and to help them, and they bring in such a catch into the boats that even the boats themselves began to sink. At that time. Now, you know, whenever you go to like a magic show, you want to know how the magician does the trick and wonder, you know, how did he do that? And I don't think that woman's really saw it in half. But I don't know how he did it. But but again we might wonder. Well, how did Jesus perform this miracle? What are the details? I mean, we know he's God, we know he could do it, as far as that goes. But did did he know where all the fish work? Did he just ominisciently know in his knowledge as God? Did he know where those fish all were, or did he summon them by his omnipotence and say to every fish, come on, you come to this area right now? Well, the scripture doesn't tell us, but he did do it and that's all that matters. David gooding says here was the Lord of fish and fisherman, the Lord of Nature, the Lord of men and of their daily work. Now, because, I said, I have been in my life an avid fisherman and every fisherman wants a fishing story one sometimes all it is is the one that got away. Is is all that you can tell people. And I have a fishing story, and I'll tell you a...

...little bit later in the message here, but I don't have a story like this one. and Uh this is like the ultimate fishing story. We're talking at fellowship group the other night and pastor chop con mentioned about, uh, something he had heard about the guys saying it would be terrible to be at a party with the guy that was like the first man on the moon and you know, you're talking and you're telling some extraordinary story and and then the guy goes, well, you know, I walked on the moon, and it's like, no matter whatever story you tell it, it wouldn't be so great. Well, you know, I got fishing stories, but it's not as great as this fishing story I can't tell. And that's there's no fishing story you could ever tell the disciple, no matter what you could say to them. Hey, I gotta tell you. And then as I was going, Oh, I have a fishing story, and you'd be done. There's nothing you could say. and Uh so some people believe that Jesus did this miracle the provision to show to his disciples. Listen, I can provide abundantly. Your gonna be following me. Don't worry about your families. I will provide for them. I can do that. And and of course he doesn't. And so then we have the response in Verse Eight of Peter to the catch. He falls at the feet of Jesus and says depart from me, for I am a sinful man o Lord, in other words, Lord, I should have never ever doubted your word. Now, earlier in verse five, when he doubted the Lord's advice, he called Jesus Master. This is a Greek word which is only found in the gospel of Luke. There says the word means any kind of superintendent or overseer. But now when Peter Comes to Christ acknowledging his sin, he doesn't call him master, but he uses the word Lord. The Greek word curious. It's a very common word, found over seven hundred times in the New Testament and is often used to refer to God, the father, or Jesus as God. In the Greek the word is used to translate the Hebrew word Yahweh up to this point in the Gospel, Luke has used this word thirty times, all referring to the Lord God. So this is a good transition from Peter. Yes, Peter you're right, he is your overseer, but now you need to know him as your God. A plumber in a that's that's a is the initial, not I'm not talking about a particular plumber, but a plumber. Is a commentary that he wrote in rites this. It is the master whose orders must be obeyed, the Lord whose holiness causes moral agony to the sinner, and Peter makes the statement I am a sinful man, which is a statement people make when they know they're in the presence of God, and I'll come back to that. So we'll look at the last two verses. In verse ten we see that James and John were also there, as I mentioned earlier, probably Andrew as well, and in the application I want to talk more about what...

Jesus says here to Peter, but I do want to especially note one word that is found here in the Greek, where Jesus says from henceforce thou shalt catch men. The word catch here is a Greek word that means actually to capture alive, and the idea is that one rescues someone from danger, and that's what we do. James says in James Five twenty, my brothers, if anyone among you wanders from the truth and someone brings him back alive. Because they bring him back alive, let him know that whoever brings back a sinner from his wandering will save his soul from death and cover a multitude of sins. John says in First John Sixteen, if anyone sees his brothers committing a sin not leading to death, he shall ask and God will give him life. To those who commit sins that do not lead to death. The only one other place in the New Testament this word kepture alive that Jesus uses is found, and it's found in Second Timothy, Chapter Two, in Verse Twenty Six, where he says to Timothy Paul says, and they may come to their senses and escape from the snare of the devil after being captured by him, to do his well, after being captured alive by the devil, to do his will. And this miracle would have another significance relating to the harvest of human beings. When you think about it, and we talked about this in the fellowship groups, about when Jesus said greater works, and by greater works he doesn't mean greater in in quality, but that in the area of converts. Our Lord didn't have a lot of converts per se in his time as ministry, but Peter has. Peter Becomes that harvester of souls in his very first sermon and he preaches and again talk about a fishing story, talk about a story of conversion. In the very first sermon, in the day of Pentecost, three thousand people and the second one it comes to five thousand people. That is there. And so this natural miracle for Peter is re enacted as a spiritual miracle and acts chapters two through four. So verst e Levan says when they brought their boats back to land, they left everything and followed him. John MacArthur puts it this way. At the very pinnacle of their earthly careers, having just made the greatest catch of fish ever seen on nut lake, they abandoned their boats, turn their backs on the fishing business, left everything and followed Jesus. I mentioned in the study a while ago as well. I said I really I know a lot of reformed people make fun of this song, and maybe for some good reason, but I don't have a problem with the song. I have decided to follow Jesus. I doesn't bother me at all because I think people do decide to follow Jesus. Now I know the reason they decide is because God lets them by giving them the Holy Spirit of regeneration in their life and causes them to do that.

But nevertheless they do indeed make a decision, and I don't have a problem with that. But so the disciples are making that decision now to follow Christ and to leave their nets and all of that. We know it's God who initiates the work, but nevertheless there is something that we will do as God initiates it. And what is it that precipitated this verse? One says the crowd was there to hear the word of God. It's the word of God that works faith in people. That's what's working the faith in these people. Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. And that phrase, word of God, is only found once in matthew and once in mark, but Luke uses it almost twenty times to refer to the Gospel and the teaching of Jesus. And that's an apt description, because it's the word of God. Why? Because it's coming from Christ. That's why it is the word of God. That's we we talked about the preaching and all, as I mentioned, I am not preaching directly the words of God. Those are the ones I read earlier to you. But when Christ spoke, it was always the word of God, if you need one more proof of his deity. And so there were many there that were able on that day to say they stood on the banks of the Sea of Galilee and heard the word of God from God himself. But if they did not turn from their wickedness, there will be a greater judgment that has put upon them, as Jesus Talks about in Matthew Chapter Eleven. But let me go to some applications this morning. We are also called to be fishers of men, and I can tell you again as a fisherman, that you never quite know what you're going to catch. I've had times in my life when I sat in a boat all day and never had one sing, go bite, much less brought a fish into the boat. But I told you, I have a fishing story. That's not a great fishing story, but it's great to me. But I can remember a time, it was an afternoon of about four hours, where I was in a boat with my best friend at the time and my son in law and we just every time we put our bait in the water a fish headed it was a small mouth bass, which, if you know anything about fishing, they're great fighters. So you're always having a fight on your hands and bringing them in and it was just it, just one after the other. And when they stopped biting, the Walleyes came in, which in Minnesota that's like the fish of fish, that's that's everything is when you get a Walleye. And so I've told that story many times and and we'd all like fishing to be kind of like it was in the Texas morning, and that's true whether we're fishing for fish or fishing for men. But there's something in the story here that I think that we sometimes miss because we have to believe that God ordained all those fish to be there at that time...

...right, that that was that all things in creation follow the will of the Creator and do what their creator wants them to do. So all of the fish are there because God, the Creator, has summoned them to that particular point. But sometimes we forget that. You know, during the night, God also or day, none of the fish to be there. So whether the fish were there in droves like we see in the miracle, or not there at all in the night. God had ordained that. Sometimes we're sharing the gospel with someone who's right at that point of willing to hear it and they want, they're ready and and they're just they're just thirsting for it, and you get there just the right time. It's like it's like a fish just ready to grab at the bait and it's such a wonderful time. And then there are other times you're out, as I mentioned before so many times, sharing the gospel out in the streets and other things, and you're all night and you don't even get a nibble. And I have preached week after week as a preacher, and I think other pastors can testify to this, with no particular knowledge of anyone that comes up to and says, you know, pastor, I was converted by your words this morning, the words that you shared, and I think about growing up watching billy Graham Crusades on television and and the choir would start to sing, just as I am, without one plea, and all of a sudden you saw the people coming out of the stands and droves, hundreds, even thousands of people that would would come out in in that asking Christ to be their savior. At least that was what you thought was going on. And and I know in reform circles we don't particularly use altar calls, but but uh, I think in myself, you know, just once I'd like to be throwing my net out and and the net breaks because there's just too many people in the net and and all of that. But I'm not alone in this. For me quote to you from the Puritan Thomas Boston, in his article or sermon, called the art of Man Fishing. But yet, seeing I'm called out to preach the Everlasting Gospel, is my duty to endeavor and it is my desire to be, Lord, Thou knowest a Fisher of men. But at last I may come in with my complaints to my Lord that I have toiled in some measure but caught nothing. For anything I know, as to the conversion of any one soul. I fear I may say I have spent almost my strength in vain and my labor for naught, for Israel is not gathered. Oh my soul, what made me the cause of this? Why does my preaching do so little good? No doubt part of the blame lies on myself, and a great part of it, uh, to Um does uh, but a great, a great part of it too, in prayer, uh my lack of prayer and faith, in the promises, and by consulting his word, where I made by a spirit shining in my heart, shine Oh sort of righteousness,...

...learn how to carry and what to do. To the end, the Gospel preach by me may not be unsuccessful. Well, Boston was a great preacher, but he understood that and I also go through that. But as I closed this morning, I want to make a particular application, taking note of Peter's Plea of Penitence, to which I hope will apply to some of you here this morning, if not necessarily in conversion, perhaps in a new renewal of God's grace and your understanding. So I want to you to think about the story a bit and think about what Peter did. And really, if you read this story, all he really did was question whether or not Jesus, as a carpenter, would know more about fishing than he would. It's really all he does. There's not what we would particularly say some gross sin that we'd put him up before the session for discipline or nothing like that. But his statement to Christ is one of deep repentance. Depart from me, for I am a sinful man, O Lord. I think if I'd been there, I might have just said something like well, you win that one, Jesus, you know, or I guess you were right. But something about this whole incident causes Peter to recognize the depth of his sinfulness, and I would say not just in this incident, but all of a sudden, things are being brought home to him, because not having faith in God's Word is indeed a great sin. And how often if we found ourselves right there with Peter? I know I should believe this, Lord, but it's so difficult for me to really believe this. But there comes a time in our lives, an often time, more than once and several times, when our sinfulness is brought home. It makes us realize who we really are. Do you remember the book of Job in the very beginning that God said to Satan? Have you considered my servant job, that there was none like him in all the earth? Think about that. Wouldn't you love that that on your resume? That's what God said about job. But to get to the end of the book of Job. In Chapter Forty two, verses five and six, job says, I had heard of you by the hearing of the ear, but now, my I see you. Therefore, I despise myself and repent in dust and ashes. Job was a righteous man, we read in the beginning, but yet there came a time that his sin came home to him. Isaiah was a great prophet. We read from his words a...

...few times this morning. He was a man of God. He knew how to deliver God's word to his people and he did so. But there came a time, one day when Isaiah saw a vision of God. He saw the Throne Room of God, he saw heavenly beings and in a moment he said, woe is me, for I am lost, for I am a man of unclean lips and I dwell in the midst of a people of Unclean Lips. From my eyes have seen the king, the Lord of host I think, like job and Isaiah, Peter came face to face with the glory of God in Christ and in light of that he saw who he was and it smote him deeply. And he calls himself a sinful man. The confession is good in part but it's bad in another way. M The first part, Lord of the part. I am a sinful man, but the part that's wrong, that we should never say depart from me, because once we indeed recognize our sinfulness and all of its depths, the one thing we don't want is the Lord to depart from us. A couple of weeks ago I spoke to you about a prayer maid to the Lord that he didn't answer on the cross, when the mocker said, if you're the son of God, come down from the cross, and I said I don't want that, I want him on the Cross. Well, here is another prayer and once again we see the great blessing of unanswered prayer. Jesus didn't depart from Peter, but what Jesus answers are some of the most common and comforting words in all of scripture. Don't be afraid, because the one thing sin always leads to. His fear woe was me. He said, Isaiah, I am undone. And what follows this is the Lord saying I commission you to be a Fisher of men. This is the beginning. It seems unfold that what Jesus says to Peter at this time is follow me and I will make you Fisher of man. I want you to remember that because I need to go to another story in another Gospel that I referred to earlier, with another miraculous catch of fish, and I want you to see something that I think is a precious truth. It's three years later, again by the sea, but this time Peter hasn't just doubted, he's actually denied his Lord three times, which he swore he would never ever do. And we're probably all familiar with the...

Lord's questioning three times of Peter, Saint Simon, son of John, do you love me? And we know about Peter's threefold response. You know that I love you and I'm not going to get into all of that and all the questions and response will go on. I just have you note that, as Peter had denied the Lord three times, even so our Lord asked the question for an affirmation of faith three times and Peter's response. You know, Lord, that I love you. But there's one thing here that I think is often missed. In the very beginning, as I said, Jesus says to Peter, follow me and I will make you a fissure of man. Now you maybe not much in those words, but I see a marvelist thing. Here's what I see. In the beginning, Jesus says, Peter, I am commissioning you and here's what I want you to do. Follow me. But now it's three years later, and here's the marvelous grace of God. Three years later and I'm putting some words that aren't there. Peter, you failed in a terrible way. You have sinned in your denial of me. But don't be discouraged, Peter, because I want you to know my commission has not changed. Your Commission has not changed. It's still the same. The Great and wonderful grace of God that he gives to us in doing so. And I want you to note that sometimes in our life we get to that place where indeed we've sinned and we've fallen and we think, Oh God, I can never ever be what I was going to be. I've just failed you too much. I guess I have to give up about this and give up about that. I want you to hear this morning the Lord's Commission to he has not changed. He still says the same thing to you. You say, Oh, pastor, you don't know what I've done. No, you don't know what I've done, but I know what Christ has done and I know what he did was dying the cross for our sins to give us grace, to let us know that what he has called us too,...

...that the gifts and the calling of God are without repentance. There is a him that's not in our hymn book. It's by him writer that's found three times in our hymn book, but this one is not there by William Cooper, who said where is the blessedness? I knew when I first found the Lord. All of us have that prayer. I think at times, why don't I feel that first love, that joy? But this morning, brothers and sisters, I want you to go away from here remembering that God's commission to you has not failed and that he wants to use you the same way he used you. And he called. He knew everything you were going to do, he knew it all, but he still called you. Trust this morning. If you never have and if you've failed to in your own Christian Walk, trust in His grace and believe in him. Can We pray, Lord, we thank you for your word this morning. We thank you, God for what you teach us and how your words are just words of grace that flow from your lips, and how there's so much grace that we don't even discover it in all of our searchings of your word. It is unsearchable. And we think we understand your grace and we haven't even begun to dip in the water's Lord, much less the swim. Lord. Your grace is immeasurable. And Lord, you've called us, all of us, to be fishers of men, and we fail in that, commission, again and again. But Lord, help us, help us to realize what you've called us to and help us to recognize your great grace and to trust in that and to believe in you. And Use us, Lord, as you use Peter, as you use James and John and Andrew and others. Use US as fishers of men and bless us in your own way. We pray for we ask it in Christ's name. Amen.

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