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Intro:
Gathered around the Fire, ask the questions of those gathered around, share some bread with them.
Imagine the conversation they were having, while having breakfast.
There is just something about sitting around and sharing that opens the heart and warms the soul.
I sure it was the same for the disciples when they ate with Jesus that morning.
Seeing Him one more time before he ascended to heaven.
Getting that last ounce of wisdom and love, soaking in that last bit of light
Pray
What a Catch
A. As in the Beginning
1. Catching Fish
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It is never just about catching fish
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Everything God does or asks has a purpose
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It seems cliche but it is not
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We are small and know not the ways of God
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