From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 10 year old (This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling).

The Incomparable Christ

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words. )
Colossians 1:13-28
The Incomparable Christ
People try to compare man kind to Christ, but that impossible because if tried to commpare all of the super stars to Christ, Christ would still be number one. Beyonce is the queen bee but she didn’t die on the cross for you, Drake is a great singer but he didn’t heal the sick, if you put all the famous people in the world together, none of them went through what Christ went through, because Christ is incompareable.
Sometimes we might be having a bad morning you woke up on the wrong side of the bed, you cramping, you just don’t want to move, but you have to because Christ woke you up and did not send you to the grave. You need to be happy because he provided you with food on your table, you need to be happy because you will get through the day with him right by your side. The reason why Christ is incompareable is because he is unpredictable. People will do the same thing every day and never change unless they have too, but Christ is unpredictable so he will change his routine every day because he has to take care of all if the people on this Earth because he cares for us. Not only is Christ unpredictable but he is undeniably. You will never have to deni Christ because he will keep all of his promises to you, you he will answer all your prayers, and he never deni you. You can not compare anyone to Christ you can not deni Christ but one more thing is…you can’t defeat Christ. He created every little thing on this Earth and he can take it away, you can not defeat him for he created you and you can not defeat the undefeated. Christ is first place, he will not take any place after that, he won’t take a completion certificate, and he will not ever ever be in last place. Christ is incompareable be he is unpredictable, undeniable, and undefeatable. Even if you try your hardest you can’t take Christ place.

Where Is Your Faith?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words. )

John 3:14-17
Where Is Your Faith?

We all should have faith, faith is what keeps us asleep at night it is also how we stay alive during the day. How does faith do this? If you had no faith you would always be double guessing yourself, because if you had to go somewhere, but you had to drive in order to get there, you would say,” what if I get in a crash, what if I get a flat, what if when I leave the car someone will break in my car, I should just stay home,” but then you will start double guessing yourself again,” what if someone break in my house, what if I get hurt, what if I actually need to go to that place I was going to go to,” all you will think about is what if, but what if you had faith
If you had faith all you will think about is I hope. You don’t need to have a great amount of faith, you can just have a little faith, and you will work up to having the amount of faith Jesus has. If you have any type of faith you won’t only help yourself, you can help others, and you will get closer and closer to heaven if you keep having faith. The more you have faith the more blessings you will get, if you wanted to get some type of toy, you can get that toy, if you don’t have enough food on your table, you can get a whole bucket loads, if you need a house, God can give you a masion, all you need to do is have faith in him, because all goodness comes from God.
If you read about all the important people in the Bible, they all had faith, when Noah had to build an ark he had faith in God that he could build that ark, when Jonah got swallowed by the big fish, he prayed and had faith that God would get him out of that fish, even when Jesus was on this Earth, he had faith that God would fix the hearts of the people watching him die on the cross. If you have no faith you need to ask yourself,” where is my faith,” if you know someone who doesn’t have faith you need to ask them,”where is your faith,” because all we need is faith in order to have God by our side.

What do you do in hard times?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words. )

Psalms 32:7
What do you do in hard times?

Everyone goes through this time called hard times. Have you ever wondered if you were able to pay your bills, when your friends consistently kept going down, or even when you didn’t have enough food on your table, you are going through hard times. It’s not a good feeling to go through hard times because you can be scared, confused, mad, all other mixed emotions, and people will judge you because of what your going through.
When you go through hard times you don’t have to look like your going through hard times, because if you have God on your side on your side you don’t have to worry about anything, all you need to do is pray and he will fix your problems. If you have financial issues, PRAY, if you are feeling blue, PRAY, if you are starving and homeless but your friends won’t let you spend time at their house and your parents are in a different state, PRAY, because there is a chance God will fix your problems. God will use you as a opportunity to prove to people to change their ways, and if they don’t when they die you be on top, looking down, and say, “you should have changed your ways,” and you will go back to praising God with everything you have. If you are going through hard times God will always have your back

Mackenzie Ware – A Biblical Deacon

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling. )

1 Timothy 3:8-9
A Biblical Deacon

What will a biblical deacon? A biblical deacon is pretty much a good deacon, but what is a good deacon? A good deacon is a deacon that cares about his job, who is always trying to keep the church safe. You can not be a deacon if you don’t do the job. Even if you didn’t care at first but somehow you get into a higher place they will put back down, because you didn’t do your job.
Deacons are suppose to follow the preacher but if the deacon is not doing right it could be because of the preacher. The preacher needs to be a good example in order for everyone to act right, which could be the reason why there is not many people coming to church. People coming to church to see if they like it or not, so if the preacher isn’t doing right then the people aren’t going to do right, so we need to do right by God not by people. We need share the word, give thanks, and praise God for God himself not for man. Deacons need to do their job right not do wrong if the preacher is wrong, and we need to do the same.

Stick To Your Story

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling. )

John 9:23-27
Stick To Your Story.

I’m going to start this perspective with a story. There was once this man who was born blind, and this someone asked Jesus,” What has this man done or his parents do to make him blind,” and Jesus said,” neither of them has sinned.” Then one of Jesus’s disibles said,” something must have happened to make this man like this,” Jesus said,” no I’m am about to preform a miracle,” and he the clay from the ground and put it on the man’s eyes and Jesus said go to wash off and he could see. When Jesus has done something to change your life, you are never the same.
There was this one rule and it was a terrible rule, it was that you where to not do ANYTHING on the Sabbath, and I mean you could do NOTHING and if you did do work there were bad consequences, but you don’t need it to be Monday for Jesus to preform a miracle on you.
You need to stick to your story because nobody can tell it like you can.

Experience The Presence of God

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling).

Isaiah 6:1-3
Experience The Presence of God.

Have you ever felt or seen the presents of God, you have probably felt it because if you saw God you would not survive.
You might be feeling down lately but you didn’t know how to fix it, you going out with your friends, tried to eat your way out of it, just tried to ignore, but none of those choices worked but the one choice you didn’t try was to pray, if you pray to God he WILL fix your problems. God is holy so he can do anything he wishes to, God is holy holy holy so we don’t treat him like a regular celebrity because he is way more than that. When a famous person walks in the door you stand up and clap, but if God walks in you get on your knees and praise him because you probably not going to get another chance to. Praise God while you can.
Do you think you are a fake or real christian? If you don’t know here is a story to relate to. There was once a man who loved Elvis Presley, and went through everything to be like him, but at the end he said, “I went through all of this to look like Elvis, but I never really got to know who he really is.” That’s how fake Christians are, they go to church and sit there because they never go to church for God they go to impress other people, real Christans go to church to actually learn the word of God. Are you a fake or real Christian?

Building God’s Kingdom

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling).
Daniel 3:16-18
Building God’s Kingdom.
We are in the business of building God’s Kingdom. What do you think that means? It means that we a making changes to the world we live in now, we are trying to help the poor, the homeless, and the sick, so we need to help them we don’t just drive past them or make fun of them. We don’t only help the one’s that might be Adults and poor, but we need to help the children. They follow the image that is put in front of them, which means they are going to try to be vloggers, celebritys, and what else they find on the internet. So we need to try to there image and teach them life lessons, pull them to God, and have them get a good education. So instead of the internet being their image have God be their image.
What type of lessons should children be learning? Not only should they learn social studies, math, science, writing, spelling, and reading, they need to learn life lessons, like you did as a child, you have made mistakes as a child you don’t want anyone to know, but you learned not to do that again, that’s what the children are suppose to do, they need to make mistakes so they can learn not to do again or the consequences will happen again.
They know what to do about learning, but what about God’s lessons, he is the main person we should be learning about. We should learn the word and while studying we learn that we are are God’s children, and since nobody is here forever we need to teach the children what we learned so they can be the ones to build God’s Kingdom, then they will do the same thing, then their children will do it, then the grandkids etc. It will be and everlasting cycle, until Jesus comes again.

Are You Running Low On Praise

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling).

Psalms 105:1
Are You Running Low on Praise?

You can not run low on praise, if you do run low on praise then you are on dangerous ground. Not only that, if you run low on praise then you have made your way on the devil list of slaves. Lucky for people who run low on praise, it is easy to fix. Before you ran low on praise what did you do? You went to church, you paid attention to the word, you praised the Lord the way YOU wanted to. If you don’t know how to get praise on, you don’t really have to do much, all you have to do is say three words… praise…the…Lord. That is all you have to do.
The enemy wants you to run low on praise, and you probably know who the enemy is, but if you don’t it’s the devil. He wants you to be on his side not God’s side. The devil can easily trick you to be on the his side. He will say things like; “You can steal whatever you want, it’s not like anyone is watching you.” Or he might say, “Don’t go to church today you been through enough today.” You might actually believe him, but if you do it is fine everybody makes mistakes, but you learn from thoses mistakes and you try not to do them again.
How do you know you are running low on praise? You know you are running low on praise when you stop doing good things you used to do and start doing bad habits. When you start slacking on what good things. If you someone pressures you to not praise God then they went the wrong way while your still on the right path. It is a great thing to praise God, and don’t ever think differently about that.

Are We Ready For The Corp

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and spelling).

Matthew 13:18-23
Are we ready for the crop?

Ready for the crop, what does that mean? It leans mostly to a part of the crop, the roots. It’s about the roots because the roots won’t never let go of the soil, like how we shouldn’t let go of God, or how God will never let go of us. God is our roots because he will never letlet us go, he will give us what we need, and he with us every step of the way. But not only is this about the roots of a crop, what about what make up the crops, THE SEEDS. We are the small little seeds, and soon we will grow into a big crop, but do you Know how we get to that crop? We need someone to give us nutrients, give us food/water, give us shelter from bad weather, and give everything else we need. The only person who can do that is our one and only God.
How do you know if you are a seed or a crop? Let me tell you how you know, have you just began going to church or just began understanding the word then you are probably a seed that beginning to grow. If you understand the word, listen to the word, and study the word than your a healthy well grown crop. Now if you know the word REALLY GOOD, you do what God tells you, you try to participate in church, tell others about the word, pray for yourself and others, then you are a crop that is bigger than a giant Sequoia tree, the biggest tree in the world, and the healthiest crop in the world. I’m going to be honest and say I’m probably just a healthy crop with a good size, but you think long and hard and say what type of crop you are.

Are we strong enough to be strong for someone else?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 11 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words and

Titus 2:3-5
Are we strong enough to be strong for someone else?

Can you answer that question? You can’t help anyone if you can’t help yourself. So before you try to help someone think about what you can and can’t do. If know that you can do EVERYTHING then you don’t have to read this, but you know that there are some important things that you can not do.
Lots of people might need your help, for example; When you see somebody getting robbed you probably think do I know how to fight back or should I just do. You probably won’t because you know you can not do. Before you try to do something for someone else try to help yourself.