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 While reading in Luke chapter five, I was reminded of the miracle catch of fish Simon Peter experienced when he obeyed Yeshuah to let his nets down for a catch! (verse four) This is a wonderful miracle that many saw and experienced! One of my mentors, Wade Taylor, Had some insight in this scripture that I never saw before! Luke 5:1-3 says out of the Passion Translation: "On one occasion, Jesus was preaching to the crowds on the shores of Lake Galilee. There was a vast multitude of people pushing to get close to Jesus to hear the word of God. He noticed two fishing boats at the water's edge, with the fisherman nearby, rinsing their nets.Jesus climbed into the boat belonging to Simon Peter and asked him, Let me use your boat. Push it off a short distance away from the land so I can speak to the crowds...." the people were pushing and pressing upon Jesus to hear the word of God." Whenever we take a step toward Him, He will respond and begin to draw us closer. There will always be "two ships" two possibilities in our spiritual experience. He places them in our path to cause us to make a choice. Jesus never enters the ship that relates to our self-life, He will always enter the ship that relates to His will & purpose for us and becomes active in our spiritual life experience. The land speaks of our self-life, in which we are in control and can do as we please. The water represents the realm of the Spirit , where the Lord is in control. For us to be "pushed out a little from the land" speaks of giving up the right to do as we please, so Jesus can bring us into a submissive relationship with Him. Here is where we are made ready to function in the deeper realms of the Sprit. When we continue to make the right choices, the "water" will become deeper and deeper until we can no longer reach the bottom. Our willing obedience is the determining factor in our becoming an overcomer. Being an overcomer is not the result of something we do, it relates to the intent and issues of our heart....which determines our actions. Thanks Wade. 


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