Youth Sunday, January 12, 2020 Zion mime and praise dance team. Praise him youth!
Posted by Zion Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday, January 12, 2020
From a Child Perspective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words.
Victory Is Mine.
All our blessings come from God; all the times you’ve woken up that way God, every breath you breathe is from God, every single time you go out into the world of infinite dangers but you make it through the day to come home safely and fall asleep in your bed that is God, so we need to believe in him because everything he does is for a reason. We all have our own blessings that no one can take from us, and if you believe in God you can believe he can get you through anything.
We all have our own blessings, but we can’t let nobody take it away. Our blessings have our name engraved into it, so no demon down below can take it away. God won’t let anyone take away something that truly belongs to you because it’s yours and no one else has a use for it. God has a plan for you so if he tells you something you think you can’t do, you should probably do it. Since God has all power, he can give you the power to do anything if you put your mind towards it.
You might give up, you might say, “this has nothing to do with what you wanted me to do.” But you have to believe in God because when he says to do something it probably going to happen once you do it.
We need to believe in God because he has all power. If you read the Bible God has done more than enough to prove himself that he has ALL power, and he is the only TRUE God. He has sent fire from the heavens, made bread fall down to Moses and his people in the wilderness, he set a bush on fire and didn’t let it burn up, he has done so many things for us and we don’t even know it. If we put all our faith, hope, and belief into God he will work everything out. God has all power we just can’t let the devil block our path towards righteousness.
We all need to walk the path of light not dark because we can’t see what the dark has in store for us but the path of light is a clear path where we know what we should do.
God can help you through anything because he is the one friend you can always depend on and all your blessings belong to you.
From a Child Prospective By Mackenzie Ware, 12 years old. ( This is what she received from Sunday message in her own words)
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?