Suffer the little children to come unto Me.
For you see, their outlook is simple and their hearts are free.
Free to receive, free to speak simple truths that will set captives free.
We can learn a lot from a child.
Their believing is pure and undefiled.
Undefiled by logic; undefiled by reason
Their faith is simple and needed in this important season.
Some may say, “We have no children here.”
And I would say to you, “Go out and get them.”
As it is written, “A little child shall lead them.”
Without children in your midst, there is no forward progress.
Find a way to reach them; find a way to teach them.
Let them lead the way, pointing to Christ with simple faith
And reaching out to others with purity of heart
The road ahead may be bumpy but children like bumpy roads.
They delight in how high they will go.
(Think of riding in the backseat of the bus)
The season has now come to develop their gifts at an early age.
Make room for them on your platforms;
Don’t be afraid to bring them center stage
Guard and protect the gifts in them and you’ll be trusted with much.
It starts with obedience to My word and culminates with a heavenly touch.
Teach them to remain humble and I will use them in amazing way.
Trust their faith. Trust in Me. And the road ahead will yield amazing things.
Set your sights on things above, not on earth beneath.
Not in programs or pre-prepared presentations
But rather fix your eyes for heavenly visitation.
Teach the children to flow with My Spirit
And never to rely on well-practiced speeches
No, they must learn to practice My presence, to hear My heart and obey
I will guide them in the way to go and tell them what to say.
In the turmoil of a chaotic world,
Don’t forget the children.
They are the key in this and every season.
There are many who would say in this hour, in this day
“I don’t know what to say; “I don’t know what to do.”
The answer is simple: “Let the Holy Ghost pray through you.”
He knows what to say; He knows what to do.
And God’s will shall be accomplished simply by
Allowing Him to speak through little ‘ole you.