The Miraculous Catch of Fish
After Jesus rose again, He showed Himself to his disciples at the Sea of Galilee.
And here's how it happened. Simon Peter and several other disciples had returned to their old business of fishing and they had fished all night, but caught nothing. In the morning, Jesus stood on the seashore, but the disciples didn't recognize Him.
Jesus asked them, "Children, do you have any meat?"
"No," they answered.
Then He commanded, "Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you'll find."
So they wisely obeyed even though they still didn't know who He was. They cast their net into the sea one more time. Although they had been fishing all night with no results, this time they caught so many fish they weren't able to lift them into the boat!
Suddenly John recognized Jesus! "It's the Lord!" He exclaimed to Peter.
Then Peter hurriedly wrapped his coat around him and threw himself into the water to swim to Jesus.
The other disciples followed in a small boat dragging the net filled with fishes behind them. When they arrived on land, they found a coal fire burning and fish laid on it and bread too.
Jesus called to them, "Bring the fish you've caught."
So Peter dragged the net to land full of large fish -- all 153 of them! Even though there were so many fish, the net didn't break.
Jesus said to his disciples, "Come and eat."
None of the disciples dared ask Him Who He was since they know it was the Lord.
Then Jesus gave the hungry disciples bread and fish for breakfast.
This was the third time Jesus showed himself to His disciples after He risen from the dead.