The Walk-About Way of Jesus of Galilee

Once he was back in Galilee, Jesus immediately went for a walk, along the shoreline of the lake there. And, soon, Jesus saw two men, fishing there. One was named Simon, and the other, who was Simon’s brother, was named Andrew. 
As was common-place for them, being part of a family of fishermen, Simon and Andrew were tossing their fishing-nets into the lake of Galilee. [Mark 1:16] 
As if out of nowhere, Jesus suddenly approached the two men, and he said to them: “If you become my followers, I will have you fishing for people, instead of fish.” [Mark 1:17]

And, on the spot, without another word of discussion, 
Simon and Andrew abandoned their family obligations 
and became followers of Jesus. 

Such was the Divinely Powerful nature of Jesus’ personality and Spiritual Presence that people became his devoted followers in the instant of merely sighting him and hearing his call to them for service. [Mark 1:18]
After walking further along the shoreline of the lake of Galilee, Jesus saw two more fishermen, one named James–who was the son of an elderly man, named Zebedee, who was also there–and, also, James’s brother John. James and John were busy mending the family fishing-nets while sitting in a boat. [Mark 1:19] 
As Jesus had already done with Simon and Andrew, he suddenly called out to James and John to follow him–and, without hesitation, they left the family fishing business. And their father, Zebedee, found himself sitting alone in the boat with several of the hired workers.
And, so, thus it was that James, John, Simon, and Andrew all became followers of Jesus. [Mark 1:20]

Avatar Adi Da Samraj
“The Spiritual Gospel of Saint Jesus of Galilee”

from the book “Up?”
2005
©2010 The Avataric Samrajya of Adidam Pty Ltd.,
as trustee for The Avataric Samrajya of Adidam.
All rights reserved. Perpetual copyright claimed.
Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: