Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Scientific Facts in the Bible (Booklet)
(24 page booklet)
Subheading: Amazing truths written thousands of years before they were discovered by man.
Does the Bible tell us about dinosaurs and why they disappeared? Does it also speak of the earth’s free float is space, as well as contain many other incredible scientific truths written thousands of years before man discovered them? If so, how did such knowledge get into the Bible?
These short booklets are great to give-away as they show the supernatural origins of the bible.SKU: 523
Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Why Christianity Booklet
Why Christianity? Solving Life’s Most Important Question
(3.5″ x 5″ booklet, 24 pages.)
Why Christianity? is a 24-page booklet that shows the difference between Christianity and other major religions. It doesn’t put them down. Using a simple analogy it shows why Christianity is head-and-shoulders above the rest.SKU: 512
Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
The Mark of the Beast (booklet)
Two thousand years ago, the Bible warned that the day would eventually come when no one would be able to buy or sell without having a special mark. Is that day getting close? Could you be mandated to take what the Scriptures call “the mark of the beast’? This booklet will not only tell you, but it will give you hope for the future.SKU: 566
Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Save Yourself Some Pain (booklet)
Pain can be a cruel teacher.
Good advice heeded can make its bitter instruction unnecessary.
A few moments of time taken in reading the pages of this little booklet could save you a lifetime of regret.
Daily Bible Reading
Giving to God
Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
What is the Meaning of Life? (100pk)
This full-colour, tri-fold leaflet, measures 3″ x 3″. It is a direct gospel tract that coves the reality, hope and destiny of the reader.
What is the purpose of our existence? Is it simply to have a good job, build a family, and enjoy life? Is that all there is? Certainly not. We’re made for so much more. Your purpose is to know God. After we die, the Bible says we’ll face God as our Judge. Have you ever rebelled (sinned) against God? Examine yourself by God’s Law, the Ten Commandments. Have you ever told a lie? Ever stolen (the value is irrelevant)? Jesus said, “Whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” In God’s courtroom, our sins are very serious crimes. They’re so evil that the just punishment is death and eternity in a terrible place called Hell.
The Bible says that God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. He is rich in mercy and provided a Savior: “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” Jesus Christ died on the cross, paying the death penalty for sinners. He then rose from the dead three days later, defeating death. Hundreds saw Him after His resurrection; it’s no fairy tale. Jesus fulfilled all the prophecies about the promised Savior, written in the Holy Scriptures hundreds of years before His birth.
Religious rites, sacred traditions, or attending church can’t save you. Salvation is a free gift of God that you can’t earn. To know God and have your sins forgiven, do what the Bible says: repent and believe. Trust in Jesus as you’d trust in a parachute—don’t just “believe” it can save you, put it on and cling to it with all of your being. Wholeheartedly commit yourself to following Christ, and turn your back on sin. Then show your gratitude by obeying His command to be baptized. Be sure to also join a Christian church and read the Bible daily. God will never let you down.SKU: 261
Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Are You Good Enough to go to Heaven? (100pk)
Of all the questions you will ask yourself in life, the most important is, Am I good enough to go to Heaven? The answer to that question will have eternal consequences. The way to find out is to ask yourself if you have obeyed God’s standard of goodness, the Ten Commandments. Most would say, “Well, I’ve broken one or two, but nothing too serious, like murder, etc.” So, let’s go through them and see how you do:SKU: 235
Booklets, Comics, Conversation Starters, Foreign Language, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth, Money, Resource Bundles
Gospel Tract Sample PackBooklets, Comics, Conversation Starters, Foreign Language, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth, Money, Resource Bundles
Gospel Tract Sample Pack
This pack contains the majority of our gospel tracts currently in print, and now also includes our most popular booklets.
BONUS ITEM: Includes a copy of “God has a wonderful plan for your life” book.SKU: A116
Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Why Does God Allow Suffering? (100pk)
Iconic Hollywood actress Shirley MacLaine caused outrage when she once asked if the Nazi Holocaust victims suffered because of their sins in past lives. “Karma” seems to give a reason as to why God allows or even sanctions suffering. If a baby is born blind, or a child gets a terminal disease, at the very least it offers some sort of explanation.
But is that really how it works? When someone dies from a car accident or terrorists slaughter “innocent” people, is it because they somehow deserved it?
This same question arose 2,000 years ago. Certain people came to Jesus asking about two incidents that were in the news. The first was about evil. A number of Galileans were quietly worshiping God when the governor of the region suddenly slaughtered them. The second was about suffering. A tower in the city of Siloam fell on 18 men tragically killing them, and no doubt leaving many grieving friends and loved ones.
This is what Jesus said of these two incidents:
“Do you suppose that these Galileans were worse sinners than all other Galileans, because they suffered such things? I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish. Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them, do you think that they were worse sinners than all other men who dwelt in Jerusalem? I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish.” (Luke 13:2–5)
SEVENTY INTERESTING QUESTIONS
Over 1,000 years before these incidents happened, a man named Job was going through endless suffering and wanted to question his Creator. He believed he was owed an explanation. However, when God spoke to him, He had seventy questions of His own for Job. After hearing those questions Job laid his hand on his mouth, and said, “I have heard of You by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees You. Therefore I abhor myself, and repent in dust and ashes” (Job 42:5,6). Job’s question about why he was suffering wasn’t so important after he heard God’s questions. Let me see if I can give you a synopsis of those seventy questions.
Think about how God created the eyes that you are using to gather this information. He created every one of the 137 million light-sensitive cells that make up each eye. He fashioned the focusing muscles that focus your eyes an estimated 100,000 times each day. He made the tear ducts that keep your eyes lubricated, and the lids that automatically blink every few seconds. He made the nerve endings that take the images you see and send them to your amazingly sophisticated brain. He created the subconscious voice in your mind that quietly talks to you and continually feeds you fresh thoughts. He gave you the ability to ask questions about suffering and evil, and that very yearning you have for an explanation. Animals don’t care about evil and justice or suffering and death, but you do because you are very special—you were made in the image of your Creator.
Have these thoughts expanded your view of God? Then try to multiply those a million times and think of all the different eyes and brains of animals. Consider that the giraffe, the elephant, the horse, all the different species of fish, the octopus, the ant, the fly, and the million and one other creatures that have eyes, are made up of male and female, with God-given instincts to mate with their kind and raise their young.
Or ask yourself how God created the sun and balanced it in the sky. How did He position it so that it would perfectly sustain life here on this earth? How did He set the earth in motion at 67,000 mph to orbit the sun? Instead of just brushing your hair as you look in the mirror each day, think about how God created every atom that composes each hair, gave it roots, and caused it to grow. Think about the DNA He gave you that defines the blood and bones of your body, as well as your basic personality. Think about how He made your flesh, your fingers, your teeth, gave you a tongue for tasting and speaking, and your ability to understand language. Everything you possess came from God. None of this is the result of random chance, where “nothing” suddenly exploded and became all the complexity and design we see in the universe today. Such a thought is not only scientifically impossible, it is intellectually ridiculous.
Now compare God’s unspeakable ability with your own ability. Can you make an eye from nothing? How about blood or bones? How would you go about making the life-sustaining sun, from nothing? Could you breathe life into lifeless bodies, as God did with us? We can’t even make one grain of sand from nothing. Now keep these thoughts in mind as we look at the second (and more important) part of this explanation.
When the questioners asked Jesus whether these victims were being punished for their sins, He simply said, “I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish” (Luke 13:3). What did He mean by that? To answer, let me ask you some very relevant questions about your moral state before God. You may wonder why this is necessary, but keep reading because this will help to bring this issue into the right perspective.
Do you consider yourself to be a morally good person? If so, here are a few questions: How many lies do you think you’ve told in your whole life? Have you ever stolen anything, regardless of its value? Have you ever used God’s name in vain? Jesus said, “Whoever looks upon a woman to lust for her has committed adultery already with her in his heart.” The Bible even says that if you hate your brother, you are a murderer. Have you ever gossiped about someone, failed to keep your word, been unthankful to God, dishonored your parents, had selfish thoughts, been self-righteous (thinking that you are morally good when you’re not), or failed to love others as much as you love yourself? If you have committed those sins, God sees you as a lying, thieving, blasphemous, murderous, adulterer at heart. On Judgment Day, if you are still in your sins, the Bible warns that you will justly end up in God’s prison, a terrible place called “Hell.”
Our problem is that we tend to consider our own goodness while we are ignorant of God’s perfect goodness, something called “righteousness.” Then when we see what we consider to be evil, we think, “If God was good, He would immediately step in and stop the evil.” We criticize His lack of action because we fail to consider something vital.
Let’s imagine that the average person sins ten times a day—only ten times a day he falls short of the required moral standard (in God’s Book, “good” means moral perfection). In one year he would have clocked up over 3,600 sins. In forty years, that’s almost 150,000 sins that God has seen and must punish. How many sins do you think that you’ve committed in your lifetime? With that knowledge, do you still want God to immediately step in and punish those He considers to be evil? The Bible does give us one explanation about why God doesn’t intervene and punish evil: it’s because He is “longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9). He doesn’t want you to end up in Hell.
Do you remember how Job laid his hand on his sinful mouth? Has that happened to you? Hopefully, you have seen that we have no right to demand an explanation from God. Like a good judge, He isn’t obligated to give us anything but justice. And so the words that Jesus said to His hearers now make sense. He was saying that the answer to their question about suffering and evil was secondary. The first question is, will you repent of a multitude of sins that you yourself have committed, or will you remain in rebellion to your Creator and end up in Hell?
FIRST THINGS FIRST
Fortunately, God is rich in mercy and He provided a way for guilty sinners to be forgiven. He became a perfect sinless Man in Jesus Christ, and suffered and died on a cruel cross, taking the punishment for the sin of the world. We broke God’s moral Law (the Ten Commandments) and Jesus paid our fine. If a guilty criminal has someone pay his fine, the judge can then legally let him go. It is because Jesus paid our fine that God can clothe us in righteousness, and dismiss our case. He can commute our death sentence and let us live forever because of the suffering death and resurrection of the Son of God.
The Bible says, “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). If you will repent and trust in Jesus alone, God will forgive every sin you have ever committed and grant you the gift of everlasting life. The moment you come to know Him, you will receive a new heart with new desires. You will truly be born again.
Along with being made a brand new person, you will find that you can trust God with very little effort. It’s similar to a love relationship between a man and a woman. If we love someone, we will naturally trust them. Love and trust go hand in hand. When you see the love that God has for you (expressed on the cross), you will easily trust Him regarding His allowance of evil and of suffering. It won’t be such a big issue. You will say to yourself, “God miraculously created my eyes, my brain, my yearning for justice, and on top of that He gave me the gift of eternal life. I’m just a creature, and He is the Almighty Creator. He allows evil and suffering because He has His purposes, and His purposes are infinitely above my understanding. I know that He knows what He’s doing, and so I will trust Him with all of my heart, knowing that one day I will get a complete explanation” (see 1 Corinthians 13:12).
NEW WORLD COMING
It’s also essential to remember that the Bible tells us evil and suffering exist because we live in a “fallen” creation. When God created the heavens and the earth in the beginning, everything was “very good.” According to the World Health Organization, there are now over 12,000 categories of disease. Think of it—12,000 diseases! These exist because Adam sinned against God, opening the door to greed, lust, hatred, rape, anger, jealousy, pride, murder, racism, and war. His sin also ushered in the Genesis curse, which brought with it killer earthquakes, terrifying tornadoes, horrific hurricanes, dreadful droughts, disease-carrying mosquitoes, poisonous snakes, man-eating tigers, killer bees, plague-ridden rats, the pains of old age, endless suffering, and of course, death.
However, the day is coming when God will restore this earth to its original state and there will be no more Genesis curse, a day for which we patiently wait. If you study the signs of the times given to us in the Scriptures, you will know that that day isn’t too far away.
ONE MORE THING
There’s a wonderful consolation for those who love God. If we find ourselves going through some sort of suffering, we have the knowledge that He is permitting this “fiery trial” for a reason. He promises to work out all things for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purposes (see Romans 8:28). That word “all” means just what it says. When ten of the original twelve disciples were murdered for their faith, God allowed it for their good. Jesus told them that not a hair on their head would perish, and we will see the fulfillment of that in eternity. God is without sin, so He keeps every promise He makes.
So if you are a Christian, whatever terrible lion’s den in which you find yourself, know that God has allowed it for a purpose, and that nothing, not even death, can separate you from His amazing love. Remember the admonition to “trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5, emphasis added). Those who do that can say with Job, “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him” (Job 13:15). Let your trust in God banish any hopelessness, despair or fear of the future. He knows what He’s doing.
If you are not a Christian and you’ve irreverently questioned God in your heart or you’ve let life’s pains make you bitter, please don’t make the mistake of shaking your fist in anger at the One who gave you your life. Instead raise both hands in surrender to His perfect will. You will never regret doing that…not in a million years.SKU: 240
180, 7 Reasons, Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
In The Womb (100pk)
Pack of 50
These tracts are designed to be used in conjunction with the “180” Baby Replica. To start conversations with those considering abortion, show them the “180” Baby Replica, then leave them with a pro-life gospel message to save both lives and souls.
To encourage people to accept a tract, the “180” Baby tract presents the facts of fetal development from a secular source, which the lost may find more credible than a typical pro-life source. The tract includes the gospel, a QR code to 180movie.com (so readers can immediately view it on their smart phones), and testimonies of pregnant women who changed their minds after viewing “180.”SKU: 273
Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
Something To Think About (50pk)
(Pack of 50) (2″ x 2″, 24-page booklet)
- What is the most common food that people choke to death on in American restaurants?
- What is the Number One killer in the U.S.?
The most common food that people choke to death on in American restaurants is hard-boiled egg yoke, and the Number One killer in the U.S. is death. There is a lot of it around. Think about it for a moment: Everything you hold dear to you is going to be torn from your hands by death. Whether we like it or not, we are all part of the ultimate statistic: Ten out of ten die. No doubt you have wondered why death separates us from our loved ones. This happens because we have broken an eternal Law. Let’s look at the Law (the Ten Commandments) and see if we have broken any of them in any way (with a tender conscience, let’s ask ourselves if we have obeyed the following):
- You shall have no other gods before Me
(have we loved God above all else?).
- You shall not make yourself a graven image
(make a god to suit ourselves, with our hands or our mind).
- You shall not take God’s name in vain.
- Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy.
- Honor your father and mother.
- You shall not murder
(hatred is considered as murder).
- You shall not commit adultery
(lust is adultery of the heart; includes sex before marriage).
- You shall not steal
(the value is irrelevant).
- You shall not lie
(including answering these questions).
- You shall not covet.
The Bible says that God will punish all murderers, rapists, thieves, liars, adulterers, etc. He will even judge our words and thoughts. On Judgment Day, will you be found to be guilty or innocent of breaking His Law? Perhaps you think that God is good, and will therefore overlook your sins. But it is His goodness that will make sure murderers, rapists, thieves, liars, etc. receive justice. He would be a corrupt Judge if He turned a blind eye to injustice. God, however, made a way where His justice and His goodness could meet. We broke the Law, but He became a man to pay the fine. Now, because of what Jesus did for us in satisfying the Law, God can forgive us and grant us the gift of everlasting life! But here’s where many people make a fatal mistake. They think they will enter Heaven if they live a good life. But isn’t it true that the best of us have lied, stolen, lusted, hated, failed to love God above all else, and failed to love our neighbor as ourselves? How can we then, live a “good” life if we have already sinned against God? At best we are reformed liars and thieves . . . Lawbreakers. Think of it this way — would you sell one of your eyes for a million dollars? Would you sell both for $50 million? I’m sure you wouldn’t. Your eyes are priceless, yet they are merely the windows of your soul. What then must your life (soul) be worth? With these thoughts in mind, what would be a fair price to pay for everlasting life? It is utterly without price. Yet, if we trust in our own goodness to enter Heaven, we are saying to God, “I should enter Heaven because I have done good—I have earned my way in.” Imagine if you wanted to give me a brand new (very expensive) car, but I said “I can’t take it! I feel embarrassed receiving such a gift…here’s 10 cents for it.” I’m sure you would be very insulted by such a pathetic offer of payment. Besides, if I pay for it, it is no longer a gift, it’s a purchase…it’s mine by right. When we talk of entering Heaven by being good, by trying to keep the Ten Commandments etc., we are tossing God 10 cents of “self-righteousness,” which is a terrible insult to Him, in the light of His sacrifice. The only thing we can do is humble ourselves, repent of our sins, and receive the gift by trusting Jesus Christ alone. Almighty God demonstrated how much He loves you when Jesus suffered for you on the cross. If you want to trust in your own goodness, then you are saying His agonizing death on the cross was in vain. The Bible says, “For by grace are you saved through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God.” You cannot earn a gift. When Jesus said to “believe” on Him, He was saying we should have faith in Him, in the same way you would trust a parachute to save you when you jump from a plane. You don’t merely believe in the parachute — you put it on! Please don’t “jump” without Jesus. If you die in your sins there is no second chance. God will give you justice, and you will end up in Hell forever. Any troubles you have at present, are dwarfed by the trouble you are in with your Creator. His wrath abides upon you (John 3:36). Confess your sins to God right now, put your trust in Jesus as Savior, and you will pass from death to life. Then read the Bible daily and obey what you read. Have faith in God, He will never let you down.SKU: 225
Booklets, Gospel Tracts, In-Depth
When a Believer Has Doubts (coming soon)
What do you do if you’re a professed Christian, but you have plaguing doubts about the existence of God or the inspiration of the Bible, or you have difficulty having faith in God? This short booklet will answer these important questions.SKU: 527