When our Lord said to the disciples, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men” (Matthew 4:19), His reference was not to the skilled angler, but to those who use the drag-net–something which requires practically no skill; the point being that you do not have to watch your “fish,” but you have to do the simple thing and God will do the rest. The pseudo-evangelical line is that you must be on the watch all the time and lose no oportunity of speaking to people, and this attitude is apt to produce the superior person. It may be a noble enough point of view, but it produces the wrong kind of character. It does not produce a disciple of Jesus, but too often it produces the kind of person who smells of gunpowder and people are afraid of meeting him. According to Jesus Christ, what we have to do is to watch the source and He will look after the outflow: “He that believeth on me,…out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water” (John 7:38).