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