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The Preciousness of Christ to His People
L. R. Shelton, Jr.

Christ is precious to His people for we read in I Peter 2:7 "Unto you therefore who believe Christ is PRECIOUS." Why? Because He is of great value to His people; for they have found in Him their all in all. Yes, the Lord Jesus Christ is to His people of great value, they hold Him in high esteem; they count Him to be greatly desired, far above rubies; for He is dear, very dear to them, because He is their life and their hope. All that we hold dear is wrapped up in Him because He has won our hearts and loosed us from our sins and set us free to follow Him daily in that living fellowship of love. [more]

The Scriptures More Precious Than Gold
Charles Bridges

"The law of thy mouth is better unto me than thousands of gold and silver" (Psalm 119:72). Well might David acknowledge the benefit of affliction, since he had thus learned in God's statutes something that was better to him than thousands of gold and silver. This was indeed an enlightened judgment for one to form, who had so small a part of the law of God's mouth, and so large a portion of this world's treasure. And yet, if we study only his book of Psalms to know the important uses and privileges of this law, and his son's book of Ecclesiastes, to discover the real value of paltry gold and silver (Eccles. 5:9-20; 6:1, 2), we shall, under Divine teaching, be led to make the same estimate for ourselves. [more]

The Beauty of Holiness
Arthur W. Pink

Worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness" (Psa. 29:2). Holiness is the antithesis of sin, and the beauty of holiness is in direct contrast from the ugliness of sin. Sin is a deformity, a monstrosity. Sin is repulsive, repellent to the infinitely pure God: that is why He selected leprosy, the most loathsome and horrible of all diseases, to be its emblem. When the Prophet was Divinely inspired to depict the condition of degenerate Israel it was in these words, "From the sole of the foot even unto the head there is no soundness in it; but wounds, and bruises, and putrifying sores" (Isa. 1:6). O that sin were sickening and hateful to us: not merely its grosser forms, but sin itself. At the opposite extreme from the hideousness of sin is "the beauty of holiness." Holiness is lovely in the sight of God: necessarily so. It is the reflection of His own nature, for He is "glorious in holiness" (Exo. 15:11). O that it may be increasingly attractive to and earnestly sought after by us. [more]

Full Color Gospel Tract
How to Be Sure

We live in a day when multitudes have been assured they are saved because they have walked an aisle, said "the sinner's prayer" or signed a decision card; yet they show none of the signs of being born again which are given in God's Word. Christ said, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). Therefore, assurance of regeneration is essential in order to have assurance of salvation. This tract shows from God's Word the urgent need for assurance and what changes will take place in the lives of those who have been born again. [go]

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Down Life's Path

"Down Life's Path" depicts the vanity and consequences of seeking happiness in the things of the world and gives the only solution which is faith in Christ. Not only can this tract be useful for witnessing to unbelievers but also for encouraging believers. It serves as a reminder of the happiness they have in Christ which is often needed in a world filled with sorrow. The poem "Assurance" is included so that people will know what changes to expect in their lives when they have saving faith. [go]

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