JESUS WALKS ON THE BLOOMIN' FISHERMAN'S!
Category: COCKNEY BIBLE
Jesus then told his little gang to get straight into the nanny and go on to a place called Bethsaida, which was on the other side of the lake. Meanwhile, Jesus sent all the people away. When he'd said Ta-ta to all the people, 'e went to a Jack to 'ave a little pray. When evening came along, as it does, the nanny was in the middle of the lake. Jesus, meanwhile, was on his Tod on the land. Now 'e could see that the disciples were 'aving a little problem rowing against the wind. They were really straining at the oars. Some time between three and six o'clock in the morning Jesus came to them, walking on the bloomin' fisherman's! he was gonna just walk on by them, but his mates saw 'im walking on the fisherman's. Blimey! It's a ghost! they all thought, and they screamed, Agghhhh! They were scared stiff when they saw him.
Jesus spoke to them straight away. Calm dahn, boys. Have a little courage. It's only me. Don't be scared! He then got into the old boat with them, and the wind died dahn. The disciples were totally amazed. Who can blame 'em! The disciples were still amazed at the feeding of the five thousand, because they hadn't really understood the meaning of what had gone on. Their poor little minds just couldn't take it all in.
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