I find the gospel finds its most complete expression in the fewest words with "Jesus is Lord." I believe that repentance and a life completely surrendered to Jesus is what it means to believe or have faith or put your trust in... My question then is, for those of us who believe in what is called Lordship salvation, is it likely (or even possible) that children under 10 years (picked that number somewhat arbitrarily) will have a full grasp of what kind of life Jesus has called them to? It seems that so often when a 5 year old "is saved" it is because they have been sold cheap grace. I wonder if we preached a gospel of God's rule, Jesus' lordship, discipleship, and counting the cost; what child is going to respond positively except the God quicken their heart? More often than not, the gospel is simply, "Go to heaven when you die, don't go to hell, see Jesus and Grandpa..." Of course, those thoughts are foreign in Jesus' gospel presentation.