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What did Jesus mean in his illustration about being fishers of men when he said: "they collected the fine ones into vessels"?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1705024:MV8yMDYxNjQ1XzM0Njg3NTUyXzM1RUQ3MkZE] The story is a rewrite, taken from Jksephus' history of the start of Titus's campaign, when he sunk the Gallalean fleet and "fished for men" out of the water. The "fine ones" refers to those that were still alive. All of the stories of Jesus in the NT were taken from the history of Titus who, by the way, was known at the time as "the son of God", as his father, Vespasian, was emporer and God of the Roman Empire. [/quote]
"“Again the kingdom of the heavens is like a dragnet let down into the sea and gathering up [fish] of every kind. 48 When it got full they hauled it up onto the beach and, sitting down, they collected the fine ones into vessels, but the unsuitable they threw away. 49 That is how it will be in the conclusion of the system of things: the angels will go out and separate the wicked from among the righteous 50 and will cast them into the fiery furnace. There is where [their] weeping and the gnashing of [their] teeth will be.
51 “Did YOU get the sense of all these things?” Mt13:47
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