We read in the gospels of a morning by the Sea of Galilee when some of the fishermen who have become so well known to us as to seem like friends, were mending their nets preparatory to another day's fishing. They were carefully repairing any breaks and arranging weights and ropes so that all would run smoothly when again they plied their trade.
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