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    Drawing the Dragnet

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    Drawing the Dragnet is a sermon based on a lesser-known parable of Christ found only in Matthew 13:47-52 and the Gospel of Thomas (saying 8). This aquatic allegory is similar to "the tares and wheat" as the bad fish are grilled eternally! What do "fishers of men" do? Why would Yahshua teach moral tales in ordinary terms? This lecture also visits Ezekiel 47:9 and Jeremiah 16:16 to fully clarify this story.

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    Drawing the Dragnet [2016] is a sermon based on a lesser-known parable of Christ found only in Matthew 13:47-52 and the Gospel of Thomas (saying 8). This aquatic allegory is similar to "the tares and wheat" as the bad fish are grilled eternally! What do "fishers of men" do? Why would Yahshua teach moral tales in ordinary terms? This lecture also visits Ezekiel 47:9 and Jeremiah 16:16 to fully clarify this story.



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    very good sermon about being useful in the kingdom. Every word in the bible verses quoted come alive though the pastors sermon.

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    Drawing the Dragnet – Pastor J. Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

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    Drawing the Dragnet [2016] is a sermon based on a lesser-known parable of Christ found only in Matthew 13:47-52 and the Gospel of Thomas (saying 8). This aquatic allegory is similar to "the tares and wheat" as the bad fish are grilled eternally! What do "fishers of men" do? Why would Yahshua teach moral tales in ordinary terms? This lecture also visits Ezekiel 47:9 and Jeremiah 16:16 to fully clarify this story.



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