“Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” (Matt. 4:19) That familiar statement was directed from Jesus to Andrew and Peter as He called them to be His disciples. It has been an evangelism rallying cry for 20 centuries. It’s interesting to me that Mathew recorded that statement as he did. It carries the idea that learning to fish takes time (“I will make you fishers of men.”) Fishing, whether for fish or for men, requires preparation. You have to understand how fish think (and how unsaved people think). You have to have the right equipment (like your Bible and tracts). You need to know what bait works (the Gospel). You have to present that bait to the fish in a lifelike manner (present the Gospel in a way that touches their hearts). And it takes time to learn all of those things. To become fishers of men, we need to be students of the “fish”. Will you let the Master teach you?