J. C. Ryle
I invite the attention of my readers to the subject of sickness. The subject is one which we ought frequently to look in the face. We cannot avoid it. It needs no prophet's eye to see sickness coming to each of us in turn one day. "In the midst of life we are in death." Let us turn aside for a few moments, and consider sickness as Christians. The consideration will not hasten its coming, and by God's blessing may teach us wisdom. [more]
Our Nation's Sexual Sins
Albert N. Martin
Along with the unrequited blood of the multitudes of the murdered, I submit to you that a sensitivity of biblical teaching leads to this conclusion: that another of our greatest national sins is our unrestrained and unashamed abandonment to sensuality and sexual perversion. There are many in our day who say something like this: "...If there is a God, and if He is aware of what goes on, and if He is concerned, surely He is concerned with larger issues than someone's sexual preferences and sexual activities." Well, is that so? Is that perspective in anyway reflective of the teaching of the Word of God? What I want to attempt to prove to you from Scripture is that any city, any nation, any large segment of humanity which abandons itself with shamelessness to sensuality and sexual perversion, that city, those cities, that nation, those groups of people call down upon themselves the frightening judgment of almighty God.
Helps in Dealing
with Remaining Sin
Albert N. Martin
As I address myself to the very practical subject of helps to dealing with remaining sin, I wish to do so with three broad fundamental biblical and theological propositions forming the base upon which these practical exhortations will be given. The order of Scripture is always: You are and therefore be. This is what you have, and in the light of it, therefore do. Doctrine is always the basis of exhortation unto practice, and all exhortations to practice are rooted in the realities of Christian doctrine. [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 that 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]
Full Color Poem Tract
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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