God appointed us with an assignment to mark our generation as Jesus did with the 12.
The 12 men that Jesus chose were common men like you, some of them were businessmen but full of mistakes despised by society, others had a very low profile and were anonymous, also among them was a young boy named Juan. (This teaches us that the gospel is for everyone, regardless of your academic grade, social class, race, age, rich, poor, and sick, etc.)
Jesus called them, freed them, instructed them, equipped them, empowered them and sent them to heal, liberate, baptize, cast out demons, announce and establish the Kingdom of God, to the cities, villages and streets, from the most remote places. as well as big cities. He transformed them into great Apostles of the Kingdom of Heaven.
Jesus unleashed a prophetic and powerful word on the Apostle Peter, and this is why he revealed to us that we would work under the Name NETWORKS of HOUSES, with the model that Jesus used for the twelve.
You too can be part of this Heavenly Kingdom that changes, transforms, liberates, gives life and gives you a heavenly identity.
When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon: Launch out into the deep, and cast down your nets for a catch.
Responding Simon, he said to him: Master, all night we have been working, and we have caught nothing; but at your word I will cast the net.
And having done so, they caught a large number of fish, and their net was torn.
Then they signaled to their companions who were in the other boat to come and help them; and they came, and filled both boats, in such a way that they sank.
Seeing this, Simon Peter fell on his knees before Jesus, saying: Get away from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man.
Because of the fishing they had done, fear had seized him, and all those who were with him,
and likewise of James and John, sons of Zebedee, who were Simon's companions. But Jesus said to Simon: Do not be afraid; from now on you will be a fisher of men.
And when they brought the boats to land, leaving everything behind, they followed him.