Matthew 4:19 says: Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men!
And, indeed Peter becomes a good fisher of people once that, in Acts 2:41, it is written: "and about three thousand were added to their number that day."
I was thinking about these passages from the fish/people perspective: being fished doesn’t seem to be very good for the fish: because it dies to serve as food.
Taking the analogy for people being fished, it comes to my mind the main argument given by the novel/book/tv series "American Gods" by Neil Gaiman which argues that people only serve to worship gods; and doing so to strengthen their powers. People must be fished to serve as food for the gods.
This is a sincere question:are we like fishes to feed gods as Gailman conjectures? and I ask the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob to forgive me if this sounds like blasphemy.