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

Can You Stand The Rain

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)

Matthew 7:24-27
Can You Stand The Rain?

When you build something you have to have a strong foundation, and if you don’t all your hard work will crumble. We are all building something, but what is it we are building on?
What are we building on? We are building something, and what we build it on is important. We cannot build on something that is not stable or what you are building will fall. You can’t build a house on sand and expect to stay; but if you build your house on rock the rock is strong enough to keep your house the way it is. In order to find a stable place to build on you need to think positively. When we think negatively, we will just build on anything we think will work, but if we think positively we will use our heads to find the right place to continue building.
We are all building something. When we build something good , we know the we are going in the right direction. Good things are happening and your life is great, but what will happen when the rain comes. If you built on something stable you should be able to to continue living your great life and praise God, but if you made a mistake to build on a non stable surface and everything you built has fell apart. Will you just break down and stay miserable, or will you learn form your mistakes and continue to praise God. You have to stay positive even if there are negativity around you, and you can build something completely new even if negative things happened; the past is the past, you can’t change it, so continue to live positive because there are enough negative people. 
Build on something stable and live a positive life. We are all building something, and what are we building on?

Where Are The Peacemakers

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)

Matthew 5:9
Where Are The Peacemakers?

The peacemakers are supposed to call a truce with there neighbors, and make peace with there enemy’s. What happened to the peacemakers especially at this time, and where are they now?
What happened to the peacemakers now? At this point in time; there is peace. Everywhere you look there is a war going on, and even if it between two people, a group, your family, or even yourself there is still a war going on. Yet there is no one who is willing to go up to those people and ask them what’s wrong, tell them to stop, or to simply pick up there phone and call the police. We just run as far as we can from the situation as possible and have hope that you just made it someone else’s problem. Where are the peacemakers who are willing to fix these situations.
Where could the peacemakers be hiding? You can’t be peaceful unless you make peace with your neighbors. 
If you don’t make peace with the people around you whats the point in getting along. Our peace with one another is what keeps a war between the people of the world. The peacemakers are people who love peace. They create healthy relationships, and they call truces between enemies. We need to be the peacemakers of the world and bring people out of the dark side and into the light.
We need to make peace with everyone. Where are the peacemakers, and what happened to them?

Get To Know Jesus For Yourself

Matthew 19:27-30
Get to know Jesus for yourself.

We need to know who Jesus is for ourselves. We have probably heard of him, but we need to know who he is, and we all have a mission. 
We all have at least heard the name Jesus once, in the streets, at home, just anywhere, but knowing who Jesus is and just hearing his name are completely different. Hearing is just that; you heard his name, but have no idea who he is, or what he did. Knowing Jesus is know the fact that he came to the world as a small baby, he spread the word of God, he had 12 disciples, and his main purpose to come to earth was to die for our sins. Knowing Jesus is knowing the facts and his history from the Bible. Since he completed his mission, now we must complete ours.
Every single person on Earth has a mission. Jesus completed his mission by coming and dying for our sins, and now we have to complete our mission before we die. 
We were put on Earth for a purpose, and we need to figure out that purpose so we fulfill our mission. You might be asking what do you get out of completing our mission; we don’t get anything because Jesus didn’t get a reward when he completed his mission. The thought and effort you put into your mission is all for God, and that could possibly gain you the gift of eternal life. 
We need to learn about Jesus for ourselves. We all need to finish our mission just like Jesus did, and we must know about him not just hear about him.

What’s Your Report?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)

Numbers 13:31-33
What’s Your Report?

Your report is basically your testimony, or your report card for your life. Our report is what it is going to be and will never change, and we need to honor God’s decision. 
Your report is what it is. If you haven’t done something to try to change the bad things on your report, than your report is going to stay the way it is. If we have a dream, and hope to go to heaven, we first have to focus on our report. We need to watch what we do and what we say because our actions can affect our dreams. You need to be careful on who you tell your dream to because there are people who will tell you otherwise.
God’s decision is his decision, and there’s nothing you can do. When be promises to do something he will do it because he has NEVER broken any of his promises. So we can’t tell him when he says something that he can’t do it. 
God can do anything, and everything he does is for a reason, so when we say something he does isn’t right that’s just embarrassing. Those people who don’t believe God is going to do as he says, they just don’t have enough faith to trust in God. Those people try to bring you down to there level, but we don’t let them and we keep our faith in God. 
God is the one true person we can trust, so trust in him. When God makes his finally decision there is no changing it, so what ever your report is that’s what it’ll will be.

Are You Wearing Your Best Praise

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)

Psalms 33:2
Are You Wearing Your Best Praise?

When you put on your best praise you don’t put on a thousand dollar suit, you are up and ready to Praise God. It is a good thing to give thanks to the Lord, and it doesn’t matter where or when you want to praise God.
It not bad to praise the Lord. When you are a Christian you don’t need to have a specific place, time, and reason to praise God. Whenever you are sick, sad, mad, praise God and he will fix your problems. Don’t only praise him on your good days or just on Sunday; praise him when your feeling down and he will make it better. It doesn’t matter how you praise him just do it.
It doesn’t matter how, when, or where you praise God. You praise God for what he does for you or someone you wanted him to help; you can’t praise God for someone else, or copy someone else’s praise. We all are different people with different problems, so praise God for someone else is not praising. 
When our praise comes from the heart and soul, that means your attention is still on God. If you have people who think your crazy, let them think that because you have your best praise on. They are just trying to rain on your praise, and they do that because they have no reason to praise, but you shouldn’t let that put you down because your praise is your praise.
Praise God whenever and however you want. You can praise him everywhere because it is a great thing to praise God!

Are We Giving God Our Best?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)

Colossians 3:23
Are We Giving God Our Best?

We don’t always give one hundred percent effort into everything thing we do because we start to get lazy. If it’s something easy, your not going to try your hardest for something easy. Everything we do we need to give our best because everything we do we do it for God.
Every thing we do we have to try our best. Jesus needs to be on the top list of giving our all to. He has done everything in his power to let us have our best lives, and it is only fair if we try our hardest to return the favor. Everything we do is in the name of God. Trying hard will help you out in the end when you have to face God, and decided weather you have to go to heaven or hell. 
Everything we do we do it for God. We do everything in the name of God no matter what it is. That’s why we try our best because you want to give him your all since he did the same for you. If your not trying your hardest, then you need to level up. 
Trying your hardest is just like not cheating because when you cheat its not fair for the people who actually gave it there all, but the only difference is that you can’t chest your way into heaven. Only way into heaven is working your hardest to spread the word, and fullfil your purpose.
We all must give our all to Jesus. Everything thing we do we do in the name of God, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and that’s why we have to give our all.

Do We Have a Tough Faith?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her owns.

Judges 4:4-16/Matthew 18:20
Do We Have a Tough Faith?

Having tough faith will get far in life because your faith in yourself and God will get you many blessings. If you have tough faith you know exactly who you are, and you will not let anyone hold you back.
With tough faith you will know who you are. Without tough faith you start questioning things you haven’t thought of before, and you start to double guess yourself. You let situation that come your way bring you down instead of learning from them. When you have tough faith, you let your situations help you and you learn lessons from them that will you throughout your life. You never question yourself because you know who you are, and you have lots if faith in God so you stay strong.
Your tough faith will give you a tough attitude. The tough faith you have give you just enough blessings where you don’t have to worry about a thing. God will fight all of your battles because he has all power and he will for sure win the war. 
God puts you through tough situations to make you tougher, and to test how much faith you really have in him. You don’t let any situation bring the because all they do is lift you up closer to God, and your faith will get stronger and stronger.
Tough situations make tough people and tough people make tough faith. Your tough faith will help you with those things that bring you down, and will help you find who you are and what your purpose is.

Trust God

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her owns.

Joel 2:9-10
Trust God.

God has done everything for us, and he has done nothing except help us. God has never broken any of his promises, so he is the most trustworthy person we know. He also helped us through a lot when others couldn’t.
God has never in all his life broke a promise, so he is the most trustworthy person in the whole universe. When God promised Noah to never destroy the earth by water again, he kept that promise for years-he may have caused a couple floods-but that didn’t destroy the world. If a friend ever promised you something but broke his promise, they wouldn’t be as trustworthy, but I if God promises you something he will give it to you even if it takes a long time. We sometimes have even broke promises to God ourselves, so he seems to be more trustworthy then ourselves. God is the person we should trust the most.
God has helped us through lots of our problems. God has given us so much such as a house, food, drinks, and clothing.
He doesn’t just give us our simple needs; he gives us things we want such as a phone, a car, etc. He doesn’t have to do anything for us, but he loves us so much that he willing does all these things for us. God can get us through things that no other person could have.
If there is no one left, God is the person you can turn to always. God can get us through tough times and is a very trustworthy person.

Are we suffering from the side effects of our post resurrection power?

From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own Words.

Luke 24:36-41
Are we suffering from the side effects of our post resurrection power?

Jesus has been warning his disciples that it was his time, and when it actually happened they did believe he was going to come back. That one day when those two women, Mary and Mary Magdalene, came to visit his tomb he was no longer there. There was only an angel, and the angel told them to go tell the disciples to meet Jesus in Galilee.

Jesus has died on the cross for our sins and he was buried in a tomb. Two days later, two women came to visit his body but He was not there. The large, heavy bolder had been pushed backed and his clothes folded. There was an angel in front of them and that angel asked, “why are you seeking the living among the dead, he has risen,” then the angel had told the women to go and tell the disciples to meet Jesus at Galilee. The two women were surprised but they did as told.

The 11 disciples were in hiding, for they were scared of being killed, but once Mary Magdalene and Mary came to tell the good news most of the disciples we overjoyed and rushed to see him. Once they had got there, there were still a lot of people who were doubting his presence some were scared, other overjoyed, some just in awe. The main person who didn’t believe it was Jesus at all was doubting Thomas. Jesus had all the signs that it was him; same personality, same body, same everything, the only thing different was that he had holes in his feet and hands which are the scars from when he was on the cross. He was only going to be on earth for a little while longer so he had to give his final directions to his disciples.
Jesus did die and come back to life and he did it all for us.

Have You Seen The Devil Lately?

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

1 Peter 5:8-9
Have You Seen The Devil Lately?

Now that shouldn’t be a question. The devil is anywhere, at anytime, where he can temp you to go against God; the devil is everywhere so you need to keep your guard up.
The devil is everywhere at anytime. The devil want you to join his party, and he tries to trick you into leaving Gods party so you can join his. If you fall for his tricks, you slowy backwards from heaven into the pits of hell. One thing you do know is how fast you can jump back to heaven, and that way is through Jesus. You just have to do one simply thing and it’s not hard; you need to ask for forgiveness. When you do ask for forgiveness, you need to genuinely mean it, and God will quickly forgive you as if it never happened.
You need to keep your guard up for the devil. The devil is always on the lookout for people to join his side, but what you need to do is resist him. You don’t ever really have to fight the devil, you just need to resist him, “how do you do that?” To resist the devil you need to know the who, how, and what. You need to know who the devil is, what he does, and what his tactics are. By knowing his tactics, you know how he tricks you, he acts like he all good and he makes bad things sound good. All the devil’s job is, is to get you to join his army and take down God army. The devil wants us all to fall, but we know just how to get up if we follow Jesus through ever step if your life.
The devil thinks we are gullible, but we are NOT gullible. We are children of God and we can’t forget that because he is the only one to guide us through the right path. The devil is everywhere so we need to keep our guard up. We have the power to make the devil run away.