God Gets Through
by Ethan Morales
Good morning boys and girls Happy Sabbath. Let’s jump right into our children’s story.
Today we’re going to be taking a look in our Bible as always. At Psalms, chapter 147, verses 4-5, where it says, He counts the stars and calls them by name. How great is our Lord, His power is absolute.
Boys and girls. So from this Bible verse, we gather that God is all knowing, all powerful, pretty much unstoppable. So to reflect that today, we’re going to have a little vase right here. And this water is going to represent us right? When we’re, when we were initially created. God created us without sin. But as we all know, in the story, some turbulence came into our lives. And sin started getting in the way. Oh, no. All right, so this represents sin.
Now, other things come into our life. And these little sprinkles right here will represent other things in life, friends, family, you know, sometimes they’re trying to get through to you. But uh, they don’t always work, you can see kind of just sits on top. However, as our Bible verse just reminded us, that God is all powerful. So, for God, this is no biggie. So whenever you call out, and you pray to Him, we’ll see that he is able to get through all that sin. And He is able to call you by name. And he’s able to come to your rescue, enter your prayer, and be with you. Wherever you are perfect. As you can see, the food coloring starting to dip through which represents God. So goes to show and prove that God is in fact, all powerful.
Boys and girls, let us go ahead and pray. Dear Heavenly Father, Lord, thank you God for another day of life. Thank you for letting us come on the Sabbath morning, Lord to come here and worship you freely Lord, we ask that you continue to guide and protect us, especially the little children, Lord, may you soften their hearts and pierced our heart Lord with your Holy Spirit so that they may exemplify your character Lord, I also ask that you please be with the parents and guardians of these children, Lord, may You reflect your character through them as well, so that they may guide these children to salvation, where we ask for the forgiveness of our sins. And we thank You, Lord, for everything you have done. We ask all this in the name of your precious Son, Jesus Christ, amen.
Bye boys and girls Happy Sabbath and we’ll see you next time.