Fish & Bread Feast Story

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What would it feel like to experience a genuine miracle? Is it possible that we have already experienced many miracles, but we do not know how to recognize or expect them? The Bible teaches that Jesus is the cornerstone, the rock solid foundation of our kingdom identity and faith. (Ephesians 2:20) All that Father Yahweh wants from His adopted children is pure faith in His Son Jesus. (Proverbs 3:5-6) And we can live with confidence and hope, because what is impossible with man is possible with the Almighty! (Matthew 17:20)

The master icon captures this reality of what happens when someone who loves Yahweh releases the power of pure faith. Jesus kneels with the Holy Spirit (dove & fire) upon Him illustrating how Jesus and His Spirit worked together with the Father to perform increasingly powerful signs and wonders. The little boy next to Jesus releases his faith and worships as he witnesses his humble lunch of two fish and five loaves become an abundant feast that fed thousands.

The disciples collect baskets full of food from the waterfall of fish and loaves pouring from the Father’s hands illustrating Yahweh Yireh’s power to multiply provision. Several families are seated on blankets with children running around celebrating this sign that God’s Messiah is here! The angel next to Jesus illustrates the spiritual beings present who witness the Word of God demonstrate publicly His power and authority as Yahweh’s Son. The fruit-bearing tree and flowers illustrate this moment as a feast of spiritual awakening, faith, and worship.

The cherubim’s focus face is a man illustrating the spiritual reality that our Trinitarian God perfectly provides all that we need; a fulfillment of Jesus’ instructions to His disciples on how to ask Yahweh for their daily bread. (Matthew 6:11) The glowing fire mountain represents the isolated place where Jesus escaped when the crowds made their final decision that He was their promised Messiah, and they attempted to force Jesus to become their generation’s earthly king.

Fish And Bread Feast story sketches

Sketch #1: Fish & loaf – This sketch is the story logo. This miracle story is about Jesus multiplying two fish and five loaves into a feast for thousands of people.

Sketch #2: Jesus & boy – This sketch illustrates the first part of the story where Jesus instructs the disciples to feed the crowd, and a little boy offers his lunch to them.

Sketch #3: Feast – This sketch illustrates the second part of the story where Jesus prayed over the meal, and His disciples fed all 5,000 men and their families.

Sketch #4: Cloud & crown – This sketch illustrates the third part of the story where the crowd tries to make Jesus their king, and He escapes to the mountain to be alone.

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One thought on “Fish & Bread Feast Story

  1. I just sent you an email. I am very much interested in story based discipleship, evangelism, and training. I was referred to your website. I understand that it is your desire to provide an oral Bible. I was looking for where you post your oral-vocal recordings.

    On your website I found a series of icons and content in text that describes the icons. The information provided – is it a description simply of your icons or is this training as to how the STORY is told / taught.

    I would love to meet you and to better understand your approach. I note that the STORY TRAINING contains information that is directly from or within the Biblical story itself such as “Jesus kneeling with the Holy Spirit (dove & fire) upon Him”, “blankets” and an interpretation that the “boy worshipped”. There is quite a bit of detail and descriptives in the icon that is not in the story such as: angel next to Jesus, fruit-bearing tree and flowers, cherubim, fire mountain.

    Welcome the opportunity to visit.

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