We have a tendency of complicating things that don’t need to be complicated. Some of us here are over thinkers; some of us try to straighten things out that are not even crooked; Some of us try to find a better way when the way we’ve got is good already. It is not just good enough, it is good. We have a way of complicating things that don’t need to be complicated. The first thing that comes to my mind when I was thinking about this passage is the reality of how we’ve complicated math. I don’t know if you’ve tried to do some math homework with someone recently, but the way math is being done now is not the way we’ve done math before. In fact, I can tell you how to get to where they need but that is not the answer they need…One of the most important and quite honestly simple parts of our lives is prayer and yet we constantly complicate it. In this sermon, past Abie explores how prayer can be done as we abide in the True Vine.