A short while later anchors were lowered, nets were unravelled, sails were lowered, and once they were in the right place Jesus told Peter to lower His nets. Unfortunately, Simon Peter was still a bit of an unbeliever in the Lord's abilities;
As such, he then lowered just one net instead of both of them as our All in All had asked. But a moment later that disciple was fated to find his mouth open so wide his foot easily could have fit within it; For that net would soon be unexpectedly overflowing.
First though, that Man from Galilee suddenly closed His eyes and prayed within His very own thoughts. And through His example James and John, along with Peter and Andrew would all soon come to see that it's fitting to pray unto God night and day fervently, spreading out one's hands towards Him, as do people who sail in the middle of the sea.
For such sailors pray unto God with all of their heart without hypocrisy. For those who pray hypocritically only deceive themselves.