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Part 15 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipWHITE THRONE AND JUDGEMENT SEAT There is good news for all believers in Christ. You won’t have to appear before Jesus at the final judgment. We know this because Jesus issued a pass when he said, “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears My word and believes in […]


Part 14 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipETERNAL LIFE AND ABIDING Anyone who believes in Jesus has everlasting life. That life is not given at some point in the distant future, but at the moment at which the person believes. Believing in Jesus is a one-time event that gives the born-again believer a gift which cannot be […]


Part 13 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipBELIEVE AND ABIDE When I was six years old, my parents took my brothers and me to an amusement park for a special Christmas event called "Holiday in the Park." My dad's instructions were very basic, "stay with me." He knew that if we wandered off, we would not have […]


Part 12 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipFAITH FOR ETERNAL LIFE AND DAILY LIFE I have a little shop behind my house where I keep my tools. My collection of tools is not very extensive. In fact, most of them were given to me by my Dad and my father in law. Consequently, I don’t always have the […]


Part 11 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipKNOW GOD AND KNOW GOD Imagine you and a friend go to lunch. Your friend begins to tell you about a certain celebrity who is well known throughout the world. At some point she says to you, “do you know him?” “I know him,” you reply. With that single phrase, “I […]


Part 10 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipBELIEVE AND LOVE In this chapter we are going to look at the difference between the two phrases, believe in Christ and love Christ. This issue is the exact one that changed my life. The moment I understood 'believe in Jesus' is different than 'loving Jesus', the Bible suddenly started making […]


Part 9 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipA CHILD AND A FRIEND. I used to travel and play music with a worship band while I was in college. We were doing an event in the Dallas area one summer. Usually, we would play for a half hour, and then the speaker would deliver his message. We had […]


Part 8 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipBORN AGAIN AND GROW? I don’t remember the day I was born, but my mother tells me it was an event to remember. Once I was born, I could never go back. It was a done deal, a one-time event, an irreversible transaction. It is likely for that reason that […]


Part 7 of 34Salvation and Discipleship  RELATIONSHIP AND FELLOWSHIP? In my youth, I attended countless evangelistic events. Often it was explained that I should strive to have a relationship with God. When the evangelist tried to explain how to have a relationship with God, the message would usually get muddled. He would start by saying […]


Part 6 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipGRACE AND WORKS? As a kid, one of the biggest choices was between orange juice and milk. Out of boyish curiosity, I once mixed milk and orange juice together. I stirred it with excitement thinking I had come up with the ultimate breakfast drink. As I timidly tried the new […]


Part 5 of 34Salvation and Discipleship  FAITH AND WORKS? A few years ago I joined a ministry called 289 DESIGN. As you might guess, the name comes from Ephesians 2:8-9. Our mission to produce materials that share the clear message of God's grace with the world. If you've read it before, there is hardly any […]


Part 4 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipSAVIOR AND LORD? I have often heard people use the phrase, "Jesus is my Lord and Savior." This is a legitimate way to express one's relationship to Jesus. However, the phrase can be misleading if it's not understood in context. I have heard more than one overzealous pastor try to […]


This mini children's gospel tract is designed to fit inside a plastic egg along with some candy. It's ideal for Easter egg hunts and neighborhood outreach. Mix and match any of our tracts for orders of 100 or more and receive a 20% discount. Orders of 1,000 or more are 40% off. For quantities of […]

Share Good News This Easter

Part 3 of 34Salvation and DiscipleshipWATER AND FOOD? In the famous encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well in Sychar, we see a very clear division between Salvation and Discipleship. In chapter 4 of John, where this story occurs, there are two metaphors used to illustrate these two concepts. Salvation is illustrated […]


Did you ask Jesus into your heart to be saved? Actually it's a trick question. Many people are confused about the meaning of this simple phrase. It's used often, but there are a few compelling reasons why we should stop using it. 

7 Reasons Not To Invite Jesus Into Your Heart To Be Saved

We got this question from a reader this week: Does John 14:12 prove that all believers must bear fruit? Notice what the verse says: Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to […]

Will All Believers Have Fruit?

I have often heard people claim that Jesus' parable of the sower proves that some can become unsaved after they first become believers. However, that is not the case. There are a few important things that we need to see from the parable. If you'd like to read it for yourself you can find it […]

The Parable Of The Sower

Rule # 1: Shut up! That's right. Stick your balled-up fist in your face hole if you have to, but most importantly stop talking. And yes, I'm saying you should START by STOPPING the incessant blather. In most cases, everything you will say to them has already been said to them multiple times. We're not […]

7 Rules For Debating An Atheist: For Christians Only.

If you haven't seen them yet, you will. A new rash of articles have hit the web claiming that a new DNA study has disproven what the Bible says about the fate of the Canaanites. But did it really? Nope. Here’s the scoop. The study took DNA samples from five ancient corpses in the region […]

DNA proves Bible Wrong About Canaanites... or Did It?

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, For theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Matthew 5:3 NKJV   "Blessed are those who mourn, For they shall be comforted." Matthew 5:4 NKJV


Jesus was verified dead by Roman executioners. A second verification of him being deceased came when the body was taken down from the cross, and wrapped for burial. The tomb was sealed with a Roman seal, which would cost the breaker his life. The soldiers would be held accountable for letting the seal be broken, […]

The Resurrection

Each time I talk about the gospel, I get resistance from Christians who want to call foul. They quote verses from James, and 1st John trying to point out that we must have works to maintain our salvation. It worries me quite a bit that this is a common understanding of the gospel. How have […]

Jesus, The Repo Man

The Bible is the most important book in the world. Have you ever taken the time to read it from cover to cover? We would like to encourage you to read the whole Bible. To help you get more from your Bible reading we've included a link to an overview study of the New and […]

Bible Challenge

The church's volunteer coordinator is on the prowl like a hungry lion, looking for who she may devour. If you get caught in her icy stare there is little you can do. When faced with this dangerous volunteer-seeking predictor try using these ingenious excuses.   1. ”I am trying to be a good steward of […]

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