Category: Evangelistic Inserts/tracts

Truth . . . or Consequences

It was the moment of decision for my three-year-old son. He had been misbehaving and the matter had been brought to my attention by one of his older sisters. Sitting down, my eyes were at the same level as his. I asked him to tell me...

Too Sinful to be Saved?

Is salvation (which includes forgiveness, a relationship with Christ, and heaven) just for good people? The apostle Paul didn’t think so. For Paul, earning salvation on the basis of good behavior is as impossible as driving a car from California to Hawaii. You may start with...

The Way to God

Years ago, two cousins were visiting near the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. Although they were told by their parents not to venture into the swamp, they disobeyed. As the sun was setting, they decided to head home in hopes that their absence would not be detected....

The Satisfaction Mick Jagger is Looking For

Aging Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones has sung thousands of times this simple line, “I can’t get no satisfaction.” He has stuffed himself with all that this world has to offer, and yet he still starves. How about you? Does Mick sing your song? Is...

The Resurrection’s Call: Lippen Till It!

Thomas Chalmers, a pastor in Scotland in the 1800’s, visited an elderly lady one day who was not a believer. He talked to her for hours about Christ and her need to believe. The lady didn’t want to believe because she thought she would be saving...

The Rationale for Wrath

A cartoon depicted Noah’s ark surrounded by desperate people drowning in the water, begging for help. The rains were coming down hard while Noah and his family were safe inside. On the outside of the ark was a “smiley face” with the words, “Smile, God Loves...

The Most Important Thing

When wars have ceased, international leaders have become dust and the poverty of their souls is revealed; when enterprises crumble and the last dream has evaporated; when death has claimed the final person, and those alive are changed for their eternal future; when everything earthly and...

The Man Who Would Not Read His Bible

He could read it, but he didn’t. Clifford Averill Foster went to Earl Buel Grade School in Drane County. He learned to read like all the others. He wasn’t the best reader—certainly not the fastest—but he could read. That’s the point. Clifford read what was necessary...

The Likes of Danny Lites

“This is so sad, that she died so alone,” said one of her friends from years earlier. Danni (Dannell) Lites was well known to the comic book world, writing over 250 stories of comic book characters on three web sites. Over the web she conversed incessantly...

The Last Shepherd

They sat side-by-side on the hillside, silently gazing into the starry sky. Finally, the boy spoke. “Would you tell me about that night, Jacob?” The old man said nothing. The boy asked again. “Please, Jacob. I won’t laugh at you. I really want to hear the...