They answered Him, "No."
And He said to them, "Cast the net on the right side of the boat, and you will find some." So they cast, and now they were not able to draw it in because of the multitude of fish.
-John 21: 5-6 (NKJV)
Following His resurrection, Jesus spent a final fifty days on earth showing Himself to His Disciples and other believers to leave evidence of his returning from the dead. He visited, ate with them and continued His final teachings to prepare them for what would come. They still had trouble believing that He would not destroy Rome and bring the earth back to God at this time, but He repeatedly told them that He was not of this earth and would be returning to the Father, only to return at a later unannounced time.
Jesus knew that be His repetitious teachings, often not fully understood by His Disciples, that the meaning would be revealed to them when he was no longer with them. They would remember His words and the helper He would send, the Holy Spirit, would give them strength and knowledge to labor on in a world that would despise them.
The last of the miracles He performed was during this Pentecost period when He came to the shore and found Peter and the others fishing. They didn't recognize Him but He asked from the shore (they were close by) if they had food. The responded that the fish were nowhere to be found. It was then that He said to cast on the right side of the boat and their nets quickly overflowed with a bountiful catch.
Just then John recognized Him and shouted to the others causing Peter to jump overboard and pull the fishnet to shore. They all joined Jesus for a breakfast of fish cooked over hot coals with loaves of bread. The final miracle was performed on the third occasion where they saw Him since being raised from the dead.
He knew that these Fishers of Men would recall His teachings and that they would all be under constant danger in carrying His message to the world. But He also knew they were ready and that they would do whatever they must to spread His Word and His Love.
Lord, We thank you for sending your Son, Jesus Christ, to give us the gift of Eternal Life. Help us to be modern day Disciples, spreading your Word and helping others to make the decision with their own free will to follow you. Keep us steadfast, strong and diligent, always devoted to you by putting you first in our lives, for by doing so we will never have to fear anything in this world again. We ask in the name of Jesus Christ, who died that we might live, Amen.