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    My understanding of this is that a very similar phrase was what a Rabbi would say to one who wished to be his disciple, once he choose to take him on and train him...

    In Truth,

    Mel
    2007-02-14 01:37:50 Posted by Mel ()

    Hello Mel,
    I don't know about what you said above but I do like to see all the different scripture verses. That is how I study. I need to see 4 or 5 (or more) different versions. Always very interesting!
    God's blessings on you!
    2007-02-14 22:30:42 Posted by Mary Lou ()

    My two main impressions of fishing are that its peaceful and that it requires a lot of patience.
    2007-02-15 22:22:33 Posted by jon ()

    Jon,

    If you fish much, you will find that for many, the catching of the big fish, although that can be a big thrill, is not the point. The fishing itself is the end, not the means to an end.

    Mary Lou,

    Yep. I like to look at differnt versions. I wish I could read the original writings and understand them in the literal and idomatic sense, but I won't plan on getting there. It might happen, but I don't plan for it. Multiple translations is my best hope to getting close. Thanks.

    In Christ,

    Mel
    2007-02-16 12:19:40 Posted by Mel ()

    Fishers of men. What a profound statement. Are we as Gods children carring out Gods commandment? Are we fishers of men are we fishing for the souls of the doomed? I strive to each time I am given the chance to.
    2007-02-21 08:58:21 Posted by Pam ()

    Pam,

    Not all of us know what our part is in this. Some of us do. Some of us only think we do. And the vast majority just plain don't care...

    Thanks for the comment.

    In Christ,

    Mel
    2007-02-22 15:34:00 Posted by Mel ()

    Hi Bro. Mel,

    Thanks for serving the Lord from his word. May it be a blessing to many. May God bless you, your loved ones and the good works that he has prepared in advance for you to do. In the words of the apostle Paul I wish to encourage you to "Press on".

    I have added an introduction to my blog on prophecy. I would like to invite you to visit it. (blogs.christiansunite.com/mahabirjem). I have also created a new blog (DAILY BIBLE STUDY: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: blogs.christiansunite.com/immanuel Please have a look.

    Blessings.

    Yours in Christ,
    Joseph

    2007-02-22 15:52:05 Posted by Joseph E. Mahabir (Rev.) (mahabirjem@hotmail.com)

    Joeseph,

    Thanks you. I'll make the time. Prophecy. I must answer that, I have a feeling...

    In Christ,

    Mel
    2007-02-23 02:50:48 Posted by Mel ()

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