From the Fish Mouth

From the Fish Mouth is taken from the New Testament Gospels where Jesus asks his disciple to take a coin from the fish mouth and pay taxes. As an idiom it means getting a large of money by luck, perhaps a windfall.

Example: It was his lucky day as he got it from the fish mouth.

When will a fish mouth occur in my life?

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Author: Anand Bose

I am a Hellenic Philistine driven by the mad pursuit of aestheticism, an existential nihilist and post modern deconstructionist. I am also a Christian Apologist.

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