What kind of fisherman do you want to be? A Christian Science Perspective


Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger.

John 6:35


Food was simple in Jesus’ day and culture. Bread, cheese, olives, fruits, and vegetables were the staple diet. Those who lived near the Sea of Galilee supplemented their diet with fish. Bread was so basic a food that it became synonymous with life itself. “Eating bread” was an equivalent phrase for “having a meal.” “Give us this day our daily bread” was a prayer for daily spiritual sustenance. It was natural, therefore, for Jesus to refer to himself as “the bread of life”—a daily necessity.

From the February 23, 2015 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel


I’m putting my sign up—I’m definitely going fishing today. But not on the water. I’m joining those who are searching for and finding healing solutions through the universal laws of Christian Science. I choose to follow Jesus’ directive, example, and mentorship. It’s a matter of choice.

What kind of fisherman do you want to be?

From the September 2012 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Billy Joel – The Downeaster ‘Alexa’

Video Uploaded on Oct 3, 2009

In 1989, Billy Joel released his album Storm Front, a successful album that hit #1 on the Billboard 200 charts and went quadruple platinum. Watch the official music video for ‘The Downeaster  ‘Alexa’, about the hard lives of fisherman.

A good captain can’t fall asleep.

I work with the Bible and Science and Health With Key to The Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy as my rod and reel.

You can’t separate the discoverer from the discovery.

Photo below is of the disciples sleeping in the Garden of Gethsemane during Jesus most desperate hour of need.


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