Breakfast on the Shore

“Jesus said to them, “Children, do you have any fish?” They answered him, “No.”

When they got out on land, they saw a charcoal fire in place, with fish laid out on it, and bread.” John 21:5, 9

After the resurrection, Jesus repeated the miracle (Luke 5: 1-11). It became difficult for them to haul the net in, because of the quantity of the fish.

Note, they tried all night to catch some fish. Jesus, on the shore, at daybreak, asked them if they have caught any, the reply was a tiring NO. First of all, they couldn’t recognise this was the resurrected Jesus. Secondly, they had no fish.

“And He said to them, “Cast the net on the right side of the boat, and you will find some.” John 21:6

At once they obeyed and did exactly what HE suggested. Jesus said you may find “some”, but what they found was net breaking. That moment their eyes opened to understand; this is their Lord and Saviour.

When they came to the shore with this net, Jesus had already prepared breakfast for them with fish and bread. How? There was no fish at all when they met Jesus initially at the shore, then where did He get the fish?

Jesus divinely prepared the provision that no human hands worked for. Let that be your portion for this season.

You may struggle, or see no results. Everywhere you turn to, it may look like your ground is sinking. But God, who is waiting for you on the shore, will speak mightily and; before your breakthrough in the sea, the shore is ready with your divine provision. God’s divine hands will not fail, as it never did before.

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