Dropping your net

Normandy United Methodist Church, February 6, 2022

Currier & Ives via Library of Congress

Luke 5:1–11 (CEB)
One day Jesus was standing beside Lake Gennesaret when the crowd pressed in around him to hear God’s word. Jesus saw two boats sitting by the lake. The fishermen had gone ashore and were washing their nets. Jesus boarded one of the boats, the one that belonged to Simon, then asked him to row out a little distance from the shore…

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