We’ve been reflecting again on the story of Jesus and the miraculous catch of fish in John 21. It’s classic: after yet another rubbish night of fishing, the disciples had caught nothing. Then, in the morning, Jesus comes calling from the beach: “Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you’ll find some.” This results in them being unable to haul the net in because of the large number of fish. Yet another miracle of Jesus’ provision! When they get back on shore, there’s Jesus, cooking up a feed of fish and bread over a charcoal fire—how good, right? But get this: having provided the miraculous catch of fish, and now having prepared some food of his own for them, Jesus gives an invitation: “Bring some of the fish you have just caught.” Having provided everything for them, Jesus invites them to the meal as if they have something of their own to contribute! He dignifies the failed fishermen with the responsibility of bringing something to share. We’re reminded in this story of the good news that Jesus has provided everything we could ever need—every breath we breathe is a gift from God; our faith, hope, and love he alone provides; it’s Christ who builds his church. But get this: having provided everything, Jesus invites us to bring our fish. What has Jesus provided for you that he invites you to share? What’s in your net?