by Jeff Schreve

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It's Not that Complicated (2 of 5)
Series: Got Trouble?: What to do When You Don't Know What to Do
Pastor Jeff Schreve
2 Kings 5:1-19

If you have your Bible, please turn to 2nd Kings Chapter 5, 2nd Kings Chapter 5. Facebook is a very, very popular social media website and thing on the Internet. It hit the Internet in February of 2004, and it just blew up. Once it came to the Internet, it was just bang! People just started joining Facebook like wildfire. And we have gotten certain phrases from Facebook that have made their way into American life and culture. And one of the phrases has to do with relationship status on Facebook, where it says, "Relationship status: It's complicated." They even made a movie out of that, "It's Complicated."

Well, did you know that lots of people, that's how they approach life, and that's how they look at life? They say, "Oh, life is so complicated." But I want to share with you today that it's not all that complicated. Life was not designed to be complicated. But somehow we get it to where life is complicated for us.

Perhaps you saw the U-Tube video that went viral. It is a video of Travis and Chelsea Chambers. They're driving home from college. And he asks his wife a very simple question, and she provides a complicated answer.

The answer for all you blondes out there is 80, right? You can go 80 miles in an hour, 80 miles per hour. That U-Tube video is put on there. It went viral. It's been seen by close to 8 million people. They were on Good Morning, America. They're getting ready to be on Dr. Phil for some marriage counseling. If you go to his website, his Facebook page, it says, "It complicated." It could be saying, "Single again." You know relationship status. She wasn't too happy about it. You know, it is one thing to be a dope, but then to have it blasted all over everywhere but that's kind of how we are with life. We take something that's not supposed to be so complicated; we make it so complicated. How much air i ...

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