Tony,Be encouraged, my Christian brethren! God is mighty to save! God is sovereign! And God uses gospel tracts to accomplish His loving work in people's lives!
Never heard this before. No, I had never repented of my sins, and placed my trust in Jesus alone. I didn't know I needed to, because I hadn't been taught that way. I thought salvation was through works. Thank you for explaining it to me!
I was on my way to Hell. Yes, I was trusting in my good works to save me, and the simple acknowledgement of Jesus Christ as God. I NEVER saw these Scriptures in the Bible, for all my years of reading them.
Trying to do good works, is like checking off a list...did I do enough today? You always feel like you can't do enough, and that would be right! You can't do enough "good" things!
Well, that changed this morning. I turned from my sin, and placed my trust in Jesus Christ alone! It makes total sense. I cried over my sin, and turned my back on my sin.
Wow, didn't even realize how much of a sinner I was..until today! Truth is, I see now that I was under bondage of my sin. I don't feel like that anymore. A weight has been lifted from my shoulders, that I didn't know I had!!!
Who'd of thought, that a crinkled up piece of paper that I almost threw away, because I thought it was trash....ended up being a tract, which led to your website...would end up with me TRULY being saved!!! Praise God. :) Keep passing out those tracts! And DON'T let anyone tell you it's NOT worth it. A crinkled piece of paper with a soul- saving message! You never know who might find one, and be led to the Truth. I'm Eternally grateful! Oh, I cry at the thought of it!!!
You seem familiar. Are you out and about alot handing out tracts? I think I've heard your name before.
God bless you. Now TRULY, your sister in Christ
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Gospel Tracts: How Much is One Soul Worth to You? (Part 2)
Yesterday, I shared with you the email I received from a young lady who found a gospel tract during a local "Concert in the Park." I answered her questions in a reply email. This morning, I opened my email to find this"