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What Came Before:
Remember that when Jesus was by the river Jordan, a few young men came to him as followers or disciples. We have read of these men, Andrew and John, Peter and Philip, and Nathanael. While Jesus was teaching near Jerusalem and in Samaria, these men stayed with Jesus; but when he came to Galilee, they went again to their homes and their work, for most of them were fishermen from the Sea of Galilee.



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The Miraculous Draught of Fishes Tapestry from Raphael, Pinacoteca Viticana
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Now when he had left speaking, he said unto Simon, "Launch out into the deep, and let down your nets for a haul." Luke 5:4

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One morning, soon after Jesus came to Capernaum, he went out of the city, by the sea, followed by a great throng of people, who had come together to see him and to hear him. On the shore were lying two fishing boats, one of which belonged to Simon and Andrew, the other to James and John and their father Zebedee. The men themselves were not in the boats, but were washing their nets near by.

Jesus stepped into the boat that belonged to Simon Peter and his brother Andrew, and asked them to push it out a little into the lake, so that he could talk to the people from it without being crowded too closely. They pushed it out; and then Jesus sat in the boat, and spoke to the people as they stood upon the beach. After he had finished speaking to the people, and had sent them away, he said to Simon Peter, "Put out into the deep water, and let down your nets for a haul."

"Master", said Simon, "we have been fishing all night, and have caught nothing; but if it is your will, I will let down the net again." They did as Jesus bade them; and now the net caught so many fishes, that Simon and Andrew could not pull it up, and it was in danger of breaking. They made signs to the two brothers, James and John, who were in the other boat, for them to come and help them. They came, and lifted the net, and poured out the fish. There were so many of them that both the boats were filled, and began to sink.

When Simon Peter saw this, he was struck with wonder, and felt that it was by the power of God. He fell down at the feet of Jesus, saying, "O Lord, I am full of sin, and am not worthy of all this! Leave me, O Lord." But Jesus said to Simon, and to the others, "Fear not, but follow me, and I will make you from this time fishers of men."

JESUS CALLS JAMES AND JOHN

From that time these four men, Simon and Andrew, James and John, gave up their nets and their work, and walked with Jesus as his disciples.

On the Sabbath after this Jesus and his disciples went together to the synagogue, and spoke to the people. They listened to him and were surprised at his teaching; for while the scribes always repeated what the other scribes had said before, Jesus never spoke of what the men of old time had taught; but spoke in his own name, and by his own power, saying, " I say unto you," as one who had the right to speak. Men felt that Jesus was speaking to them as the voice of God.

On one Sabbath, while Jesus was preaching, a man came into the synagogue, who had in him an evil spirit; for sometimes evil spirits came into men, and lived in them, and spoke out from them. The evil spirit in this man cried out, saying:

Let us alone, thou Jesus of Nazareth! What have we to do with thee? Have you come to destroy us? I know you, and I know who you ar. The Holy One of God! Then Jesus spoke to the evil spirit in the man, "Be still, and come out of this man."

Then the evil spirit threw the man down, and seemed as if he would tear him apart, but he came out, and left the man lying on the ground, without harm.

Then wonder fell upon all the people. They were filled with fear, and said, What mighty word is this? This man speaks even to the evil spirits, and they obey him!

After the meeting in the synagogue Jesus went into the house where Simon Peter lived. There he saw lying upon a bed the mother of Simon’s wife, who was very ill with a burning fever. He stood over her, and touched her hand. At once the fever left her, and she rose up from her bed and waited upon them.

At sunset the Sabbath-day was over, and they brought to Jesus from all parts of the city those that were sick, and some that had evil spirits in them. Jesus laid his hands upon the sick and they became well, he drove out the evil spirits by a word, and would not allow them to speak.

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