January 17, 2017

GOSPEL TRACTS

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ALMOST A CHRISTIAN

Almost a Christian
Today, many who profess Christianity ask “How close to the world can I get and still be a Christian?” In this excerpt from his book, Matthew Mead shows from Biblical examples just how close one can get to Christ and still not be a Christian. A must read for all who truly want to examine their own faith.
AM I REALLY A CHRISTIAN?
Am I Really a Christian?
Though it would certainly be unkind to give false assurance of salvation to someone who has not been truly converted, it would be equally cruel to withhold comfort and assurance to a weak lamb who suffers with despair over his spiritual state. In his spiritual classic Human Nature in Its Fourfold State, Thomas Boston lists eight “cases” where a true Christian might have spiritual doubts about the authenticity of his faith. Such doubts, Boston notes, “may hinder some persons from the comfortable view of their happy state.” Thus, he writes to encourage, comfort, and assure those saints who are burdened with such doubts.
ANOTHER GOSPEL

Another Gospel

Satan, the “arch-counterfeiter” is promoting his false gospel throughout the world today, especially in our pulpits. Using tactics of peace, prosperity, and human merit he twists God’s Scripture into deceptive words that will condemn many.  This small tract will encourage one’s study of God’s word to be able to recognize the delusion of our time.

AN APPOINTMENT YOU WILL KEEP

Appointment You Will Keep, An

A heart-felt letter to the reader about the great Judgment Day:  Which road are you traveling – the broad road to eternal destruction or the narrow road to eternal life?

ARE YOU BORN AGAIN?

 Are You Born Again?
Using the epistle of 1 John, J. C. Ryle gives us six great marks of a born-again Christian as he asks these questions:  Do you have these characteristics?  Are you born again?
ARE YOU FORGIVEN?
Are You Forgiven?
In plain words this short tract addresses the need for repentance and forgiveness by addressing three issues:  God is holy, we are guilty, and we shall soon die.
THE ATONING SACRIFICE OF CHRIST

Atoning Sacrifice of Christ, The

The Atoning Sacrifice of Christ presents the historic Christian truth: that Christ’s death on the cross was full payment for the sins of His people. In the twentieth century a new doctrine crept into the churches: that Christ died for all the sins of all men. Pink gives expert exposition of the Scriptures, citing all the key verses, to point the reader to the truth.

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD

Attributes of God, The

The Attributes of God has become a Christian classic in our time. Unlike other more devotional treatments, Pink considers the Biblical evidence for each of God’s attributes and gives in-depth insight into His character and very nature. The reader leaves each chapter both exalting God and better understanding “him with whom we have to do.”

Arthur W. Pink was born in Nottingham, England in 1886, and born again of the Spirit of God in 1908. He studied at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, USA for only six weeks before beginning his pastoral work in Colorado. From there he pastored churches in California, Kentucky and South Carolina before moving on to Sidney, Australia for a brief period, preaching and teaching. In 1934, He returned to his native land, England, and in 1940 took up permanent residence on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, remaining there until his death twelve years later in 1952. Most of his works, including The Attributes of God, first appeared as articles in the monthly Studies in the Scriptures published from 1922 to 1953.

A BAD RECORD AND A BAD HEART

Bad Record and a Bad Heart, A

A Bad Record and a Bad Heart  looks at the challenge every person on earth faces: he deserves the judgment of God and he is not able to do what God requires. With a pastor’s heart, the author carefully explains how this is so, and challenges all to flee to the Lord Jesus Christ as the only answer to their dire need.

Albert N. Martin served for 46 years from 1962 to 2008 as pastor of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. His teaching ministry is known for thorough and powerful exposition of God’s Word. Today he serves in writing and conference ministry from his home in Michigan.

BAPTISM THE HEAVEN-DRAWN PICTURE

Baptism - The Heaven-Drawn Picture

Baptism—The Heaven-Drawn Picture is a concise summary for anyone who wants to understand the rich fullness of the Biblical meaning of baptism. It explains immersion as the Bible’s method to communicate the believer’s identification with Christ in His death, burial, and resurrection.

Dr. Peter M. Masters is Minister of the Metropolitan Tabernacle,London,England, the same church at the same location served by Charles Spurgeon over 100 years ago.

BE SURE

Be Sure

“I never knew you,” the most dreadful words anyone could ever hear.  A thought-provoking tract to encourage the reader to “be sure” they are not on the broad way that leads to destruction.

BIBLICAL REPENTANCE: NEED OF THE HOUR

 Biblical Repentance: Need of the Hour
“Why is Biblical repentance the need of this hour? Because we are living in a day when most religious leaders actually deny the need for repentance.”  Thus Pastor Shelton opens this booklet on the nature and necessity of true repentance.  First, he presents the underlying problem of man’s sin which calls for repentance.  Second, he defines and explains what repentance is and how it is connected with faith.  Third, he brings us to the means of repentance, which is the Word of God. Last, he shows us the fruits of genuine repentance in a hatred for sin and a desire for holiness.
BLOOD OF JESUS: PEACE WITH GOD
Blood of Jesus: Peace with God
a tract about salvation in large print
THE BONDAGE OF THE WILL
Bondage of the Will, The

The Bondage of the Will is considered by many to be Luther’s most important book, and it stands today as one of the great classics in Christian history. He wrote in 1525 at the beginning of the Reformation in answer to a work by Erasmus, the classical scholar and humanist (1469-1536). Both Erasmus and Luther rejected many of the erroneous practices of the Roman Catholic church. But Luther went further to challenge the Roman teaching of salvation by works. Erasmus pleased the Pope by writing to uphold the Roman dogma of “free will,” that man could of himself decide to choose for his salvation. Luther saw correctly that the Biblical doctrines of the depravity of man and salvation by faith alone stand together. He declared Erasmus to be an enemy of the faith, and wrote The Bondage of the Will to establish this doctrine at the core of evangelicalism. The Modern English Series are modernized abridgments of great Christian classics, for a blessing to many worldwide.

Martin Luther (1483-1546) was German Roman Catholic monk, theologian, university professor, and church reformer—whose ideas inspired the Protestant Reformation and changed the course of Western civilization. According to Luther, salvation was a free gift of God, received only by true repentance and faith in Jesus as the Messiah, a faith given by God and unmediated by men’s works or the church.

BORN-AGAIN-ISM

Born-Again-ism

What does it really mean to be born again? The author deals with a common error in our day “that men are born again as a result of something they do”.  In opposition to this decisionist approach to the new birth, he shows that “regeneration is a miraculous work of God’s Spirit.”

BRUISED FOR OUR INIQUITIES

Bruised for Our Iniquities

Christ our substitute – what a glorious truth for a needy soul!  He willingly bore the condemnation that we as sinners deserved. This was the only way the burden of our sins could be removed. Bonar ends the tract with a plea to accept the gift of salvation.

A CALL TO SEPARATION

Call to Separation

God’s call to “be…not unequally yoked together with unbelievers” in 2 Corinthians 6:14 is here applied to our church connections, membership in various associations, marriage, and business partnerships. We are also provided with the sevenfold divine promise which comes with this command to separate from the world. “Godly separation from the world will afford demonstration that we are His ‘sons and daughters.'”

THE CHOICE: MAN’S OR GOD’S 

Choice: Man's or God's, The

God is “the right point-of-beginning in the matter of our salvation.”  The author looks at the doctrine of election and shows how our salvation and the success of the church’s mission depend on this truth.

CHRIST- THE BELIEVER’S WISDOM, RIGHTEOUSNESS, SANCTIFICATION AND REDEMPTION

Christ - the Believer's Wisdom, Righteousness, ...and Redemption

A sermon on 1 Corinthians 1:30 – “But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification,  and redemption.”

CHRIST AND THE SEEKING SOUL

Christ and the Seeking Soul

a booklet about salvation

CHRIST CRUCIFIED

Christ Crucified

Despised and rejected by Jew and Gentile alike, the cross of Christ stands triumphant over all time. Do you desire to know more of the power and glory of the cross? It is this that made missionaries leave all for Christ, that strengthened martyrs at the stake, and will enable any Christian to live unto God.

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was born in Kelvedon,Essex,England, in 1834. Though reared in the knowledge of the Gospel, Spurgeon was not converted to Jesus Christ until 1850.  In August of the same year, he preached his first sermon. Then in 1854, when he was only nineteen, the New Park Street Chapel, Southwark,London, called him as pastor. This church became the 6,000 seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. Spurgeon preached the Gospel faithfully until his death in January 1892.

CHRIST DIED FOR THE UNGODLY

Christ Died for the Ungodly

A favorite tract about salvation, also in Spanish; Bonar clearly lays out what it means to be “ungodly” and the free grace of God in Christ presented to the ungodly. An excellent evangelistic tract.

CHRIST RECEIVETH SINNERS

Christ Receiveth Sinners

This title by Walter Marshall addresses the error of unsaved souls holding back from receiving salvation; thinking they are not worthy for Christ to receive them for salvation. Marshall proclaims the truth that Christ “loved us in our most loathsome sinful pollution, so as to die for us, and much more will He love us in it, so as to receive us when we come to Him for the purchased salvation.” To those who have already received Christ and been received by Him, he gives a call to holiness by continual faith in the grace and Spirit of Christ, not trusting in their own works, but walking by faith in Him.

Walter Marshall (1628-1680) was an English Nonconformist Puritan pastor and author, best known for his book The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification. After becoming a fellow of New College, Oxford, in 1648, Marshall graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1652. In 1656, he was appointed to the vicarage of Hursley, Hampshire. When the Act of Uniformity passed in 1662, Marshall joined many of his Puritan colleagues and was ejected from his parish. Soon afterwards, Marshall was installed as minister of an Independent congregation at Gosport, Hampshire, where he served for eighteen years. For years, Marshall sought assurance, holiness, and peace, consulting contemporaries like Richard Baxter and Thomas Goodwin. Before he died, he said to his visitors, “I die in the full persuasion of the truth, and in the comfort of that doctrine which I have preached to you.” He then offered his last words, “The wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom 6:23).

CHRIST THE ONLY REFUGE!

 Christ the Only Refuge!

a tract about salvation in modern English

THE CHRISTIAN AND THE WORLD

Christian and the World, The

a tract about worldliness

CHRISTIAN MODESTY

Christian Modesty

God’s Word has much to say about the way we dress, especially in worship. Christian Modesty and the Public Undressing of America examines relevant portions of Scripture and investigates a little fashion history in order to present a Biblical doctrine of modesty. This is an important discussion for both men and women. While this controversial subject often falls into the realm of subjective experience and speculation, the author begins with a study of Holy Scripture. An examination of fashion authorities and historians of modern culture also reveals that the fashion industry, which believes that sexual attraction equals beauty, has been hard at work convincing society to undress in public. Because of its unbiblical worldview, the fashion industry persistently justifies the exposure and the sensualizing of the human body, a trend that many undiscerning Christians have unfortunately adopted. Christian Modesty is an urgent call to the churches of Jesus Christ to study this matter carefully and to practice a modesty that brings glory to our Holy Redeemer and gives a powerful testimony of purity within our decadent society.

COME TO ME!

Come To Me!

“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.”—Matthew 11:28-30

These are, perhaps, the best known and most frequently heard words which Jesus ever spoke. They are read at church services, funerals, and many other occasions. They are often called “the comfortable words.” But what do they mean? What does it mean to “come” to Jesus? Who is He, and why should we “come” to Him? In this attractive presentation of the Christian faith, Tom Wells answers these questions. In an engaging style he explains who Jesus Christ is and what it means to “come” to Him. He writes honestly about the barriers which stand in the way of faith, and about the cost involved in being a disciple. But he also shows clearly that there is nothing more important we can ever do than “come” to Christ.

COMING TO CHRIST

Coming to Christ

a favorite tract about salvation, also in Spanish

COMPEL THEM TO COME IN

Compel Them to Come In

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was born in Kelvedon, Essex, England, in 1834. Though reared in the knowledge of the Gospel, Spurgeon was not converted to Jesus Christ until 1850.  In August of the same year, he preached his first sermon. Then in 1854, when he was only nineteen, the New Park Street Chapel, Southwark, London, called him as pastor. This church became the 6,000 seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. Spurgeon preached the Gospel faithfully until his death in January 1892.

CREATION OR EVOLUTION?

Creation or Evolution

a tract for general study in modern English (Reformation Today series – creation

THE CROSS AND IT’S POWER

Cross and Its Power, The

a tract about walking with Christ

THE CROSS AND SELF

Cross and Self, The

a favorite tract about walking with Christ

THE CROSS OF THE LORD JESUS

Cross of the Lord Jesus, The

The cross of Christ was a place of many evils, such as pain, weakness, the curse, rejection, hatred, and death. However, it was also a place where all good things are to be found. It is the place of propitiation, reconciliation, love, and acceptance. In the cross Christ accomplished great things for us, bringing us life, making peace, and removing the wall of partition. The whole revelation of God points to the cross, as this is where God meets with man. Our response to the cross will lead to life for those who believe and death for those who reject it.

DAILY SCRIPTURE DEVOTIONS

Daily Scripture Devotions (31 days)

This little booklet of large print Scripture readings is designed for 31 days of devotion. With a few exceptions, each day features a portion or portions of a Psalm and a New Testament reading—all delightfully uplifting to the spirit. A few samples:

The 6th day: Thy mercy, O LORD, is in the heavens; and thy faithfulness reacheth unto the clouds. (Ps. 36)

The 17th day: The angel of the LORD encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them. (Ps. 34)

The 24th day: For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory. (2 Cor. 4)

Read it daily. Repeat it often. Let it bring nourishment to your soul.

DANGER OF DELAYING REPENTANCE

Danger of Delaying Repentance

Thomas Boston (1676-1732) was a Scottish church leader. He was born at Duns, Berwickshire. He was educated at Edinburgh, and licensed in 1697 by the presbytery of Chirnside. In 1699 he became minister of the small parish of Simprin. In 1704 he found, while visiting a member of his flock, a book brought into Scotland by a commonwealth soldier. This was the famous Marrow of Modern Divinity, by Edward Fisher, a compendium of the opinions of leading Reformation divines on the doctrine of grace and the offer of the Gospel, which set off the Marrow Controversy.

DEATH AND LIFE: THE WAGE AND THE GIFT

Death and Life: The Wage and the Gift

In this gospel message on sin, death, and salvation from Romans 6:23, Spurgeon helps us to see the wages the sinner has earned and then brings us to the gift of God which is eternal life. “…Death is a wage, but life is a gift. Sin brings its natural consequences with it; but eternal life is not the purchase of human merit, but the free gift of the love of God. The abounding goodness of the Most High alone grants life to those who are dead by sin…When a man is lost, he has earned it; when a man is saved, it is given him” (pages 16-17, printed edition).

DECISIONAL REGENERATION

Decisional Regeneration

Decisional Regeneration has permeated much of the Christian Church in a deceptive way. Like Baptismal Regeneration, it sees the new birth as the result of a mechanical process that man performs, ignoring the sovereign work of God in giving men new hearts. The practice of Decisional Regeneration in the Church must be exposed—in order to save men from the damning delusion that because they have “decided” or “signed a card,” they are going to heaven and are no longer under the wrath of God. The purpose of this booklet is not to question the sincerity of some Christians or to malign them, but to unite Christians in biblical truth. The gospel alone is the power of God unto salvation and the true basis of Christian unity.

Since 1980, Dr. James E. Adams has been pastoring the congregation at Cornerstone Church in Mesa, AZ, having served several years previously as a missionary in Colombia. He and his wife Nancy have three children and two grandchildren. He remains actively involved in missions and literature work in Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Cuba, Argentina and other Latin American countries. His book Liberacion El Evangelio de Dios is an exposition of the gospel set in the Latin American culture. He is also the author of War-Psalms of the Prince of Peace. Jim is a native of Arizona with theological degrees from The Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church and Westminster Seminary in California.

THE DECREES OF GOD

Decrees of God

 A tract about God.

THE DEITY OF CHRIST

Deity of Christ, The

A booklet about Jesus Christ.

THE DEPTHS OF SIN

Depths of Sin, The

In this exposition of Romans chapter 1, L. R. Shelton, Jr. passionately preaches concerning the extent of the evil of sin. He warns of the results and consequences of men being given over to their sin. The great depravity exhibited by men demonstrates that they have been given over to sin by God. Shelton then proclaims a timely call for repentance for the sinful rebellion which characterizes the nations of this world.

DO YOU KNOW CHRIST BY REVELATION?

Do You Know Christ by Revelation?

a tract about salvation in modern English

DO YOU KNOW JESUS CHRIST?

Do You Know Jesus Christ?

a favorite tract about salvation in modern English, also in Spanish

DO YOU THINK YOU ARE CONVERTED?

Do You Think You Are Converted?

In this booklet, J. C. Ryle explores the scriptural basis of conversion. In his clear and winsome style, Ryle first explains that conversion—in his words—is a scriptural thing, a real thing, a necessary thing, a possible thing, a happy thing, and a thing that may be seen. After expounding on these, he urges the reader to “Find out if you are converted” and “If you are not converted, never rest till you are.” Finally, Ryle has the following advice for those who believe they are converted: make your calling and conversion sure, remember that a converted man is still a sinner needing Christ every day, labor to grow in grace as long as you live, and lastly, share your faith. As Ryle puts it: “Never, never if you are a converted man, never be content to go to heaven alone!”

THE DOCTRINE AND DUTY OF SELF-EXAMINATION

Doctrine and Duty of Self-Examination

Self-examination is a vital necessity for all who profess faith in Christ. This booklet urges the reader to carefully examine his spiritual state before God and conclude in this examination with the blessed assurance of saving faith in Christ, or be driven to a full realization of the necessity and means of true saving faith in Christ to begin in his own soul.

James Alexander Haldane (1786-1851) was a Scottish evangelist and prolific author, who (together with his brother Robert), was mightily used by God in the promotion of the Evangelical Awakening in the nineteenth century. James was the youngest son of Captain James Haldane. He entered Edinburgh University in 1781. In 1785 he became midshipman on board the Duke of Montrose, East India man. An intimacy which, in conjunction with his brother Robert, he contracted with David Bogue of Gosport, made a deep impression on him, and in 1794 he abandoned the sea, was brought to conversion, and settled in Edinburgh. Shortly afterwards he began to hold religious meetings, and in 1797 made extensive evangelistic tours in Scotland. In January 1799, along with his brother and others, they founded a congregational church in Scotland. He was ordained as the first Congregational minister in Scotland on February 3, 1799. In 1801 his brother built him a tabernacle in Leith Walk which seated three thousand persons. He officiated faithfully there for fifty years until his death on February 8, 1851, though his influence extended far beyond his local church. The effects of his preaching was felt in The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, France, Switzerland, England, America, and elsewhere, such that it was said of him that “no other since Whitefield had been used of God in the conversion of so many sinners.”

THE DOCTRINE OF ASSURANCE

Doctrine of Assurance, The

According to A. W. Pink, a review of church history shows that there have been a number of errors regarding the doctrine of assurance, each of which calls for a different approach in preaching and teaching. These errors include the belief that no assurance of salvation is possible, or that assurance is too easily assumed because of casual “decisions for Christ,” or too difficult to believe in the face of indwelling sin. Pink goes on to offer a thorough Scriptural exposition of the doctrine under four headings: the nature of assurance, its basis, its attainment, and its hindrance, maintenance, and fruit. He concludes by offering several dialogues—with characters like Carnal Confidence and Humble Heart—which are designed to further explain and amplify his main points.

THE DOCTRINE OF ELECTION

Doctrine of Election, The

The author defends the Biblical doctrine that God chose His people before the foundation of the world, as an expression of His free grace and sovereign mercy! He explores the following topics:
1. The Mystery of Election
2. The Truth of Election
3. The Justice of Election
4. The Corollaries of Election
5. The Certainty of Election
6. The Difficulties of Election
7. The Signs of Election
8. The Fruits of Election.

THE DOCTRINE OF HUMAN DEPRAVITY

Doctrine of Human Depravity, The

The Doctrine of Human Depravity “is likely to meet with a decidedly mixed reception. Some of our readers will probably be very disappointed when they see the title, deeming the subject quite unattractive…Medicine is proverbially unpleasant, but there are times when all of us find it necessary and beneficial…Surely that which most glorifies God is to declare all His counsel, to insist on that which puts man in his proper place before Him, and to emphasize those portions and aspects of the truth which our generation is most in need of. As we shall endeavour to show, our theme is one of immense doctrinal importance and of great practical value, since it is a subject which occupies so prominent a place in God’s Word. It is our deep conviction that the vital question most requiring to be raised today is this: Is man a totally and thoroughly depraved creature by nature?…According as is our answer to that question, so will be our views on many others…Any attempt to modify or abate, repudiate or tone down the teaching of Scripture thereon is fatal.”—A.W. Pink, from the Introduction

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION

Doctrine of Justification, The

A. W. Pink presents a succinct—yet thorough—explanation of the Biblical doctrine of justification. He reveals his motivation for writing up front, declaring that there was a time when justification was one of the best known doctrines of the Christian faith, but among many in his time there was almost total ignorance of this truth. He opens up the doctrine under nine headings: justification’s meaning, its problem, its basis, its nature, its source, its objects, its instrument, its evidence, and its results. In conclusion, Pink points out that while the Christian’s justification is complete the moment he truly believes in Christ, the following distinctions can be noted: justification was decreed from all eternity, was effective when Christ rose from the dead, is actuated when the Christian believes, felt when the Spirit bestows assurance, manifested on the path of obedience, and pronounced by God publicly at the Day of Judgment.

THE DOCTRINE OF REPENTANCE

Doctrine of Repentance, The

The Doctrine of Repentance is, by the witness of many, the finest exposition found in print of this vital Biblical doctrine. In his explanatory style filled with vivid illustrations, Watson presents the reader with the Biblical call for repentance. In concise chapters, he reveals counterfeit repentance as mere worldly sorrow over suffering the consequences of sin. He then describes the nature of true repentance, its necessity, motives, and effects. He closes with strong exhortations to repent from every sin, how to remove impediments, and the means for true repentance. It is truly a Christian classic—as useful in our day as it was over 300 years ago.

Thomas Watson (c.1620-1686) was educated at Cambridge, England, and in 1646 was appointed to preach at St. Stephens in Walbrook. He became one of the “puritans” who sought to bring reformation to the Church of England. In the year 1651, he was imprisoned several months for his faith. He obtained great respect until the Restoration of the monarchy, when he was ejected for non-conformity to some of the Church of England’s unbiblical practices. In 1666, after the fire in London destroyed the churches, he held public worship services in a rented hall. When the Declaration of Indulgences came into being in 1672, he obtained a license for the great hall in Crosby House. After preaching there for several years, his health failed, whereupon he retired to Barnston in Essex. The Body of Practical Divinity is his most famous work.

THE DOCTRINE OF REVELATION

Doctrine of Revelation, The

God speaks to us by His Spirit, in the Scriptures. The Doctrine of Revelation explores that reality, how God communicates, and what that means for us. From the author’s Introduction: “Our principal object will be to set forth some of the numerous indications that the Bible is something far superior to any human production, but before doing that we must seek to establish the existence of its divine Author. The later chapters will be designed chiefly for preachers or older students of the Word, presenting as they will some of the rules which require to be heeded if the Scriptures are to be properly interpreted; and though their scope will go beyond the general title of ‘divine revelation,’ yet they will complement and complete the earlier ones.”

THE DOCTRINE OF THE NEW BIRTH

Doctrine of the New Birth, The

Doctrine of the New Birth  brings Biblical light to essential main doctrine of Scripture which is often misunderstood in Christendom today. “Born Again” has become so commonly misused that many who are far from the kingdom of God consider themselves to have a new birth! In his clear and bold style, Pink addresses the most offensive errors around the subject, and then lays open the lucid teachings of the Scripture, exhorting all men everywhere to call upon the Lord to give the new birth from above.

THE DOCTRINES OF GRACE IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN

Doctrines of Grace in the Gospel of John

Study the Gospel of John with this excellent resource. R. Bruce Steward examines the biblical teaching of total depravity, election, the atonement, God’s saving grace, and the perseverance of the saints from the fourth Gospel.  This is an excellent tool for individual Bible study or group learning.

DOES GOD LOVE EVERYONE?

Does God Love Everyone?

While God is love, Scripture does not allow us to view God’s love as unreservedly applied to every individual person. God’s saving love is fixed on His people and will be fulfilled in their eternal salvation.  While God extends His gracious offers of mercy to the unbelieving, their sin is repulsive to His holiness and in His justice He must punish the sin in the sinner.

EARNEST CALL TO THE UNSAVED

Earnest Call to the Unsaved

An Earnest Call to the Unsaved invites sinners to come to the Lord Jesus Christ. From Isaiah1:18 the author declares God’s glorious invitation to every kind of sinner, even the very worst—those who are burdened by their sin as well as “religious” sinners.  What is the invitation? It is a call to come to terms with the free pardon purchased for sinners with Christ’s blood. This invitation comes from the sovereign King Himself. He calls sinners to submit to His gracious rule, come into His holy presence, and accept His cleansing from sin.

Ferrell Griswold (1928-1982) was a faithful minister of the Word and pastor in small churches inAlabama for thirty-two years. He preached and lectured in many areas of the United States, Spain, Mexico, France, Ireland, and England. He boldly defended Creationism and Reformed theology. He appreciated the Christian heritage of his country and supported constitutional government with biblical principles.

EARNEST REQUEST FOR SALVATION OF THE LORD

Earnest Request for Salvation of the Lord

“How is a man brought and taught to want to be visited with God’s salvation?” So asks J. C. Philpot in this short tract. The answer? He must see himself as condemned and utterly lost. Only when the hand of God brings him to that desperate place will he beg for a “manifestation of God’s salvation to his soul.” This then is true salvation, not the casual decision to add Jesus to the rest of one’s interests, which occurs all too often these days.

EARNEST WARNING ABOUT LUKEWARMNESS

Earnest Warning about Lukewarmness

“They are not clear in his truth or honest in obedience to his word: they follow their own devices, they are lukewarm”; so Charles Spurgeon preached concerning the complacency of lukewarm believers in this sermon, An Earnest Warning about Lukewarmness. He goes on to describe the grave danger of lukewarmness within the churches of Christ, warning, “When churches get into the condition of half-hearted faith, tolerating the gospel, but having a sweet tooth for error, they do far more mischief to their age than downright heretics.” Spurgeon gives a clear admonition to believers of all times by urging them to have zeal and fervour for Christ rather than dead complacency.

EFFECTIVE PRAYER

Effective Prayer

a booklet about prayer in large print

ELECTION

Election

a booklet about God’s sovereignty

ENTERING THE STRAIT GATE BY FAITH ALONE

Entering the Strait Gate by Faith Alone

Edward Fisher (c.1612-c.1657) was an English theological writer. He is generally considered the author of The Marrow of Modern Divinity (1645), a work which influentially stated the doctrine of unconditional grace, advocating a free offer of the gospel without condition. It was at the center of the later Marrow Controversy, when the Church of Scotland believed freely coming to Christ, without first requiring an outward sorrow over sin, would lead to antinomianism (license and lawlessness). Fisher was the eldest son of Sir Edward Fisher of Mickleton, Gloucestershire. He entered Brasenose College, Oxford, graduating B.A. in 1630, and marrying in the years following. He was noted for his knowledge of ecclesiastical history and classical languages. He succeeded to his father’s estate in 1654, but finding it much encumbered, he sold it and retired to Carmarthen. There he taught a school, and later moved toIreland where he died.

ESCAPE FOR YOUR LIFE

Escape For Your Life

a favorite tract about salvation in modern English

ETERNAL DESTINY OF THE UNSAVED

Eternal Destiny of the Unsaved

I. C. Herendeen examines the somber—and by today’s standards very unpopular—question of what happens to the unsaved after death. Why did he write on such a subject? Because an offended God is righteous, holy, and just. Because natural man is an incorrigible sinner with the wrath of a sin-hating God abiding on him. Because the sinner is in alarming danger; the punishment that awaits him is awful, hopeless, unendurable, and endless. In a word, Herendeen wrote to give sinners a solemn warning. He does this by expounding on the nature of hell, the sinner’s great folly, and the ferocity of God’s wrath. He concludes by explaining who goes to hell and why, and showing the only way of escape—“Flee to the blessed Saviour.”

ETERNAL PUNISHMENT

Eternal Punishment

This booklet addresses an exceedingly weighty matter worthy of serious contemplation by persons of all spiritual states. God’s just judgment of the wicked is terrible and eternal. The reality of eternal punishment demonstrates that God is holy and just in His response to sin, and that He demonstrates glorious mercy and grace upon His people. Pink concludes his exposition of the judgment of God by giving an earnest warning to the unsaved reader to come into God’s eternal mercy and grace in Christ and be saved from the coming wrath of eternal punishment.

ETERNITY THE DYING MAN

Eternity - The Dying Man

a tract about salvation

THE FAITHFULNESS OF GOD

Faithfulness of God, The

a tract about God

FAMILY WORSHIP

Family Worship

a tract about marriage and family, also in Spanish

FATAL RESULTS OF CARNAL CHRISTIANITY

Fatal Results of Carnal Christianity

A tract about faith and repentance.

THE FIGHT OF FAITH

Fight of Faith, The

A tract about faith and repentance.

FIVE FACTS EVERY CHRISTIAN SHOULD KNOW

Five Facts Every Christian Should Know

A tract about salvation.

FLEE FROM IDOLATRY

Flee from Idolatry

In his unique style, J. C. Ryle examines the important issue of idolatry. He elaborates on several of its aspects including: what idolatry is, its cause, and the forms it takes—noting especially the “huge organized idolatry” of Romanism. He indicates that in the end all idolatry will be destroyed at the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. At that time, we will see a great harvest and a perfect church without spot or wrinkle, but until then the wheat and tares will grow together. Ryle concludes by showing how, in the meantime, we as believers may be safe from idolatry by maintaining continual communion with the person of the Lord Jesus Christ, by arming ourselves with the Word of God, and by holding sound views of our Lord and the salvation that is found in Him.

FOLLOW JESUS

Follow Jesus

Christopher Newman Hall (1816-1902) was an English Nonconformist divine and temperance reformer, born at Maidstone on the 22nd of May, 1816. His father was John Vine Hall, proprietor and printer of the Maidstone Journal, and the author of a popular evangelical work called The Sinner’s Friend. Christopher gained his theological training at Highbury College, and from there he was called to his first pastorate at the Albion-Congregational Church, Hull, in 1842. The membership of this congregation greatly increased during his twelve years there, resulting in the opening of a branch chapel and school. In 1854 he accepted a call to Surrey Chapel, London, founded in 1783 by Rowland Hill. In 1892 Newman Hall resigned his charge and devoted himself to general evangelical work. His writings were mostly small booklets or tracts of a distinctly evangelical character. His works include Christian Victory, It Is I or The Voice of Jesus in the Storm, and his best known Come to Jesus, of which over four million copies have been circulated in forty different languages. Newman Hall also wrote several volumes of hymns. As a friend of Charles H. Spurgeon, he occasionally preached in Spurgeon’s pulpit and is mentioned in several of Spurgeon’s sermons. He visited theUnited States during the War Between the States and did much to promote a friendly understanding betweenEngland andAmerica. He died onthe 18th of February 1902.

FROM TRADITION TO TRUTH

From Tradition To Truth

From Tradition to Truth is the personal testimony of the successful Roman Catholic priest, Richard Bennett, in his journey to faith through the witness of the Holy Spirit in the Holy Scriptures. His attempts to describe Biblical faith, and the ensuing difficulties, make for enlightening reading and vital instruction for all who deal with man’s traditions.

Richard Bennett is a native of Ireland and travels regularly in North America and Europe for teaching and evangelism. He now lives in Washington. He is founder of the Berean Beacon ministry, which provides help to all who seek salvation in Christ through the Scriptures.

If there are questions or something you wish to share with Richard Bennett, you can do so through his Website: www.bereanbeacon.org.

Richard Bennett, P.O. Box 13, Yakima, WA 98907-0013 USA.

THE GIMMICK GOSPEL

Gimmick Gospel, The

a tract about faith and repentance in modern English

THE GLORIOUS GOSPEL

Glorious Gospel, The

a favorite tract about salvation

GOD’S GIFT TO SINNERS

God's Gift to Sinners

God’s greatest gift: Jesus Christ

GOD’S NEARNESS TO MAN

God's Nearness to Man

A tract about God.

GOD’S SOVEREIGNTY

God's Sovereignty

In this short tract, A. W. Pink explains the biblical and foundational doctrine of God’s sovereignty, noting that there is no doctrine more comforting to God’s children and no doctrine more hated by the world. Indeed, men of the world will allow God to be everywhere except on His throne. Pink goes on to point out a long line of examples from Scripture in which the sovereignty of God is put on open display. He ends with this: “Here, then, is the highest and grandest display of the absolute sovereignty of God. Verily, He has ‘mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth’ (Rom 9:18).”

GOD’S WILL, MAN’S WILL, AND FREE WILL

God's Will, Man's Will, and Free Will

From the Introduction: “Does salvation depend upon man’s willingness to be saved apart from a prior work of the Holy Spirit? We will see that no one is saved against his will; however, God changes the “willer” so as to make the sinner willing. We will see that the subject of free will is at the very heart of Christianity and has a profound effect on our message and method of evangelism. We will see that “whosoever will may come.” We will see that the Bible teaches that salvation depends not on man’s willingness but on God’s willingness, God’s grace, and God’s power—and if God did not have power over man’s will the whole world would go to hell. We will see that God does not exclude anyone in His invitations; however, sinners do exclude themselves.”

Ernest C. Reisinger (1919-2004) pastored Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Florida, for many years. He was also a respected conference speaker and inspiration for the creation of Founders Ministries (www.founders.org), which faithfully has upheld the return to the faith of the founders of the Southern Baptist Convention.

GOD’S WRATH

God's Wrath

God’s wrath is not a popular subject in much of today’s church. Introducing the theme of this booklet, Pastor Lee Roy Shelton states: “I believe that one of the grave errors of our day is the preaching of the love of God at the expense of His wrath and justice.” He develops this theme in four sections including: an explanation of God’s wrath as one of His divine attributes, a description of eternal punishment as the destiny of the wicked, a discussion of why God must punish sin, and what Christ says about God’s wrath. Shelton concludes with a description of the unbeliever’s perilous condition—he is condemned already, God’s sword is ready to come down at any moment, and God has made no promise to stay His hand. The remedy? “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved.” Acts 16:31.

THE GOODNESS OF GOD

Goodness of God, The

A tract about God.

THE GOSPEL OF JOHN

Gospel According to John (Scripture)

John’s Gospel, available in Spanish, English, Kekchi, Maya Mopan and Garifuna languages.

THE GOSPEL – WHAT IS IT?

Gospel: What Is It?, The

A favorite tract about salvation.

THE GRACE OF GOD

Grace of God, The

A tract about God.

GREASY THE ROBBER

Greasy the Robber: A Story of Gospel's Power

Greasy the Robber is the true story of a thief and murderer in Siberia of the late 1800s. It is a story of the power of the Gospel: Jesus Christ saves sinners for the glory of His Name!

“When Pasha saw that these men were not from the barracks, he told them freely what he had passed through and where he wanted to go. The men listened attentively; the clever and daring boy appealed to them. After a short consultation, they decided to take him along with them, ‘that he may not perish,’ they said. Pasha dared not contradict them, because he feared these armed men. He went with them into the interior of the woods—now it became clear to Pasha that he had landed in a robbers’ den.”—from Chapter 4, “Discovered”

THE GREAT JUDGMENT

Great Judgment, The

The final judgment is a foundational doctrine of Christianity, and one of the most solemn. In this booklet, Charles Spurgeon sheds scriptural light on several of its aspects. Introducing his subject, he shows that the great judgment follows immediately after the resurrection of the dead so that they may be judged in their bodies. He goes on to indicate in the first place that no one escapes this final accounting, for every person who has ever lived will be judged; secondly, that the judge is none other than Jesus Christ Himself; thirdly, that the basis of judgment consists of those things done in the body; and finally, he describes the outcome—“the Lord will grant unto His people an abundant reward for all that they have done” and unto the ungodly the eternal punishment due to their sinful deeds. Spurgeon is quick to point out that the righteous do not deserve any reward, but that “God first gave them grace to do good works, then took their good works as evidence of a renewed heart, and then gave them a reward for what they had done.” He sums it all up this way, “…sin is hell and holiness is heaven.” And ends with an impassioned plea, “Oh, that we may have grace, every one of us, to flee to Christ. There is our only safety.”

GUARDING YOUR HEART

Guarding Your Heart

Originally titled Heartwork, this is a strong exhortation to all the saints of God to vigilantly protect, defend, and purify hearts from the assaults of this world. It first appeared as articles in the July through December 1933 issues of Pink’s monthly journal Studies in the Scriptures, which was published without interruption from 1922 to 1953. Each issue of the Studies normally included six to eight articles; each article addressed a different topic or book of Scripture, which ran as a series over several issues (sometimes as long as several years). Sustaining single-handedly this volume of in-depth Bibical exposition over his lifetime is a testimony to the grace of God upon his labors. Chapel Library is reprinting the original editions of the Studies in the Scriptures, sending three monthly issues by mail each quarter in the USA.

A GUIDE TO BIBLE STUDY

Guide to Bible Study, A

A Guide to Bible Study is a concise summary of what many longer works have proven to be true: the person who applies himself to studying the Scriptures thoroughly will reap fruit a hundredfold over those who only read devotionally. But how do we study the Scriptures thoroughly? The principles for Bible study contained herein are the same as those contained in longer and more scholarly works. By writing these principles in a straightforward and no-nonsense style, Harvey Newcomb has done a great service for God’s people.

Harvey Newcomb was an American clergyman and writer. He was born in Thetford, Vermont. He removed to western New York in 1818, engaged in teaching for eight years, and from 1826 till 1831 edited several journals, of which the last was the Christian Herald. For the ten following years he was engaged in writing and preparing books for the American Sunday School Union. He was licensed to preach in 1840, took charge of a Congregational church inWest Roxbury, Massachusetts, and subsequently held other pastorates. He was an editor of the Boston Traveller in 1849, and in 1850 assistant editor of the New York Observer, also preaching in the Park Street mission church of Brooklyn, New York. In 1859  he became pastor of a church in Hancock, Pennsylvania. He contributed regularly to the Boston Recorder and to the Youth’s Companion, and also to religious journals. He wrote 178 volumes, of which fourteen are on church history, the others being chiefly books for children. He died in Brooklyn in 1863.

HAVE YOU TRULY COME TO CHRIST?

Have You Truly Come to Christ?

A tract about faith and repentance.

THE HEART OF THE GOSPEL

Heart of the Gospel, The

Preaching in July 1886, Charles Spurgeon begins by stating his theme taken from 2 Corinthians 5:20-21—“The heart of the Gospel is redemption, and the essence of redemption is the substitutionary sacrifice of Christ.” He goes on to identify and elaborate on the central truth of this great doctrine: God has made Christ—who knew no sin—to be sin for us that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him. Spurgeon winds up with a plea to sinners, “I humbly play the part of an ambassador for Christ, and I beseech you believe in Him and live.”

HEAVENLY BIRTH AND ITS EARTHLY COUNTERFEITS

Heavenly Birth and Its Earthly Counterfeits

In this 1843 sermon based on John 1:11-13, J. C. Philpot examines why some reject Christ and others receive Him. He further describes those who become sons of God and those who only profess to be sons of God. Explaining that the primary cause underlying all of this is found in the sovereign will of God, Philpot points out that there are also a number of secondary causes. For example, those who reject Christ do so because of blindness of heart, self-righteousness, worldliness of mind, or unbelief. In addition, he explores the motives of those who falsely profess a heavenly birth under three headings taken from John 1:13—born of blood, born of the will of the flesh, and born of the will of man. Philpot concludes with a description of those who are truly born of God.

HEIR OF HEAVEN – HEIR OF HELL

Heir of Heaven - Heir of Hell

A booklet about salvation.

HOLINESS OF GOD

Holiness of God

A tract about God.

HOLINESS: IS IT NECESSARY FOR SALVATION?

Holiness: Is It Necessary for Salvation?

A booklet about walking with Christ.

THE HOLY SPIRIT CONVINCING THE WORLD OF SIN, RIGHTEOUSNESS, AND JUDGMENT

Holy Spirit Convincing the World

A booklet about the Holy Spirit.

THE HOLY SPIRITS WORK IN SALVATION

Holy Spirit's Work In Salvation, The

A booklet about the Holy Spirit.

HOW MEN COME TO CHRIST

How Men Come to Christ

A favorite tract about salvation.

HOW SHALL I GO TO GOD?

How Shall I Go to God?

A favorite tract about salvation.

HOW TO KNOW GOD’S WILL

How to Know God's Will

“How can I know God’s will?” is one of the most commonly asked questions among Christians. It is also one of the most important for which to find a truly biblical answer, in order to avoid countless errors and confusion.

John Newton (1725-1807) was born in London and served for six years with his father who was a shipmaster on the Mediterranean Sea. Newton lived a life of utter disregard for God. His dissolute life led him to become involved in the African slave trade for more than 10 years, ending with a time in bondage as a slave himself! After his conversion, Newton sang the praises of God’s free grace like no other. He became a curate at Olney where he collaborated with William Cowper in the production of the Olney Hymns, which ranks high in English hymnody. He was appointed rector of St. Mary’s Woolnoth in 1779 where he remained until his death. In addition to Amazing Grace, Newton also wrote Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken, How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds, and many other hymns.

John Piper is a noted author and conference speaker, and is senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

IMMEASURABLE LOVE

Immeasurable Love

A booklet about salvation.

THE IMMUTABLITY OF GOD

Immutability of God, The

“It is one of the excellencies of the Creator which distinguishes Him from all His creatures.” So begins A. W. Pink in this tract on God’s immutability (the Biblical truth that God does not change). He goes on to describe how God is unchangeable in His essence, His attributes, and His counsel (that is, His will). In conclusion, Pink brings the discussion down to the practical level by pointing out that the doctrine of immutability has a dark side as well as a light side—equally insuring performance of God’s promises and execution of His wrath. The result is solid comfort for believers and terror for the wicked.

THE INDWELLING AND OUTFLOWING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

Indwelling and Outflowing of the Holy Spirit, The

In this short booklet, Charles Spurgeon explains and encourages believers to grasp the blessedness and power of the operations of the Holy Spirit, based on the text, “He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water. (But this spake he of the Spirit, which they that believe on him should receive: for the Holy Ghost was not yet given; because that Jesus was not yet glorified.)” John 7:38-39.

IS CHRIST YOUR LORD?

Is Christ Your Lord?

a favorite tract about faith and repentance in large print, also in Spanish

“IT IS FINISHED”

It Is Finished

A tract about salvation.

JESUS CHRIST IS KING!

Jesus Christ Is King!

A tract about salvation.

JESUS CHRIST OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS

Jesus Christ Our Righteousness

In this booklet, Charles Spurgeon explains that our salvation as believers consists of two parts. The first is that Christ, as our penal substitute, obtained for us forgiveness of sins by His sacrifice on the cross. The second, and less commonly understood, is that we receive the righteousness of Christ based on His perfect obedience to the law. Spurgeon describes it this way, “We therefore assert, believing that Scripture fully warrants us, that the life of Christ constitutes the righteousness in which His people are to be clothed. His death washed away their sins, His life covered them from head to foot; His death was the sacrifice to God, His life was the gift to man, by which man satisfies the demands of the law.”

A JUST GOD

Just God, A

In this tract, Charles Spurgeon uses his own life as an example in explaining the atonement of Christ. When under conviction of sin, Spurgeon long agonized over the question: “How God could be just and yet justify me who had been so guilty.” He explains in detail the answer he came to by faith; it is in essence: “He who is the Son of God became man and, in His own blessed Person, bore my sin in His own body on the tree.” He goes on to show what it is to trust Jesus for salvation and concludes with the comforting words,“If you will have the Lord Jesus, He has you already. If you believe on Him, I tell you, you cannot go to hell, for that were to (would) make the perfect sacrifice of Christ to none effect.”

KEEPING THE LORD’S DAY HOLY

Keeping the Lord's Day Holy

A tract about worldliness.

THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD

Knowledge of God, The

A tract about God.

LAW AND GRACE

Law and Grace

In this sermon, Charles Spurgeon explains that the law was never intended to save men. He explores the contrast between law and grace under three headings: the entrance of the law into the world, its entrance into the heart, and the extent that grace excels sin. According to Romans 5:20, God sent the law that “offence might abound.” But how does this happen? In the world, the law sheds additional light on sin, removing all excuses. In the heart, it reveals the total depravity of our nature and our sentence of condemnation—leaving no room for doubt that we are powerless to save ourselves. Finally, Spurgeon demonstrates that grace greatly excels sin in both measure and efficacy. Just as we read in the second part of Romans 5:20, “but where sin abounded, grace did much more abound.”

LOOK TO CHRIST AND BE SAVED

Look to Christ and Be Saved

A favorite tract about salvation.

THE LOVE OF GOD

Love of God, The

A tract about God.

MARKS OF TRUE REPENTANCE AND SAVING FAITH

Marks of True Repentance and Saving Faith

Jonathan Dickinson (1688-1747) was born in Hatfield, Massachusetts and was Princeton’s first President. He studied theology at Collegiate School of Connecticut, which later changed its name to Yale College and in 1709 he was ordained minister of the church in Elizabethtown (now Elizabeth), New Jersey. This church was originally Congregationalist, as was Dickinson, but because he felt a need for stronger ties with other churches in meeting the Church of England’s opposition to New Jersey dissenters, he persuaded his congregation in 1717 to change its form of government and place itself under the care of the Presbytery of Philadelphia. Dickinson became a leader of this presbytery and also of the higher ecclesiastical body of which it was a member, the Synod of Philadelphia, which twice elected him moderator. Dickinson served the Elizabethtown church all his life, ministering to his flock as pastor, lawyer, physician and, in later years, as an instructor of young men preparing for professional study.

THE MERCY OF GOD

Mercy of God, The

A tract about God.

MODERN EVANGELISM UNMASKED

Modern Evangelism Unmasked

a tract about faith and repentance in modern English.

MUST WE BE BORN AGAIN?

Must We Be Born Again?

A tract about salvation.

THE NARROW WAY

Narrow Way, The

This booklet lays out the nature of true discipleship from Matthew 7. The way of faith in Christ is a narrow way, narrow because it militates against our natural inclinations, narrow because it is exclusively to be entered through repenting faith in Christ, and narrow because it is totally at odds with the complacent world around.

NEGLECTING THE GOSPEL

Neglecting the Gospel

A tract about salvation.

ON THE IMPORTANCE OF DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN TRUE AND FALSE CONVERSIONS

On the Importance of... True vs False Conversions

A tract about faith and repentance.

THE PATIENCE OF GOD

Patience of God, The

A tract about God.

THE PLAIN GOSPEL

Plain Gospel, The

A favorite tract about salvation in modern english.

A PRAYER FROM HELL

Prayer from Hell, A

A tract about salvation, also in spanish.

PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD!

Prepare to Meet Thy God

A favorite tract about salvation, in modern english.

PROFESSING CHRISTIANS WARNED

Professing Christians Warned

A tract about faith and repentance.

THE REALITY OF HELL

Reality of Hell, The

This tract presents a short primer on the Biblical doctrine of hell. Bob Ross explains that the words “sheol” and “hades,” both of which are sometimes translated as “hell,” do not explicitly or exclusively refer to hell, but actually mean the place of departed spirits—whether saved or lost. The Greek word “gehenna,” however, clearly does mean hell. Along with other chilling descriptions, Jesus repeatedly used this term to warn of eternal punishment for those who remain unrepentant. Despite some modern day denials, Scripture unequivocally describes hell as a place of physical, unquenchable fire which lasts forever and ever. In the end, Ross pleads for those who are without Christ to submit to Him by faith, “for redemption from sin, death, and hell.”

REPENT OR PERISH

Repent or Perish

A favorite tract about faith and repentance.

REPENTANCE – LEGAL VS. TRUE

Repentance--Legal vs. True

A favorite tract about faith and repentance.

SALVATION FROM THE PLEASURE OF SIN

Salvation from the Pleasures of Sin

A tract about worldliness.

“SALVATION IS OF THE LORD!”

Salvation Is of the Lord

A favorite tract about salvation.

SAVING FAITH

Saving Faith

A favorite tract about faith and salvation.

SECRET SINS IN GOD’S SIGHT

Secret Sins in God's Sight

Secret Sins in God’s Sight is an amazing journey to the throne room of God, where each person’s secret sins come into full view. Payson’s convicting descriptions lead the awakened sinner and saint alike to exalt God’s wisdom in the grace of salvation. When we understand how much we are forgiven, we desire to walk more in holiness before our holy God.

A SERMON FOR THE WORST MAN ON EARTH

Sermon for the Worst Man on Earth, A

A booklet about salvation.

THE SIN OF ADULTERY

Sin of Adultery, The

A tract about walking with Christ.

THE SIN OF LYING

Sin of Lying, The

A tract about walking with Christ, also in spanish.

THE SIN OF PRIDE

Sin of Pride, The

A booklet about walking with Christ.

THE SIN OF STEALING

Sin of Stealing, The

A booklet about walking with Christ.

THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD

Sovereignty of God, The

Pink’s classic work on divine sovereignty.

“Present day conditions call loudly for a new examination and new presentation of God’s omnipotence, God’s sufficiency, God’s sovereignty. From every pulpit in the land it needs to be thundered forth that God still lives, that God still observes, that God still reigns. Faith is now in the crucible; it is being tested by fire, and there is no fixed and sufficient resting-place for the heart and mind but in the Throne of God. What is needed now, as never before, is a full, positive, constructive setting forth of the Godhood of God.”—from the Introduction

“Alleluia: for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth”
—Revelation. 19:6

STRUGGLES OF CONSCIENCE

Struggles of Conscience

In this booklet, Charles Spurgeon encourages those who struggle with an overactive conscience—specifically, those believers who long to know and be cleansed of their iniquities, and those unbelievers who think they must have a deeper conviction of sin before they can trust in Christ. Spurgeon’s message consists of Scriptural consolation and instruction, a caution not to confuse the work of the Spirit and the work of the devil, and finally an exhortation to those who are struggling to trust in Christ. He concludes by urging the latter to simply “Come as you are! Take Christ to be your all in all now.”

SUPPOSE AN UNHOLY MAN WERE TO GO TO HEAVEN…

Suppose an Unholy Man Were to Go to Heaven

A favorite tract about salvation.

TEN INDICTMENTS AGAINST THE MODERN CHURCH

Ten Indictments Against the Modern Church

Ten Indictments Against the Modern Church is a sermon preached at the Revival Conference in Atlanta in 2008. “Paul Washer delivered an urgent appeal to the Christians and churches in North America: that many have been believing a false gospel and have false assurance of their salvation! He listed ten indictments against the modern church system in America. This is a historical urgent message. Tell others and spread the message! We need a reformation and revival of a Biblical standard!”—Greg Gordon (Revival Conference Organizer) Also in spanish.

Paul David Washer (born 1961) is the Founder/Director & Missions Coordinator of HeartCry Missionary Society which supports indigenous missionary work. He is also a Southern Baptist itinerant preacher. Washer’s sermons tend to have an evangelistic focus on the gospel and the doctrine of the assurance of salvation and predestination, and he frequently speaks against practices such as the sinner’s prayer, and a focus on numerical church growth. Paul Washer’s sermons are available on Sermonaudio.com

THE TERRORS OF HELL

Terrors of Hell, The

Why does the Bible talk about Hell? Is there such a place, and what is it like? Is Hell really forever? Nichols answers these and other questions as he explains the biblical significance of the doctrine of hell. He also very practically applies this truth to all, both believers and unbelievers. Also in spanish.

A TEST OF ASSURANCE

Test of Assurance, A

For those who struggle with assurance of salvation, Thomas Watson gives eight marks characteristic of a true saint of God—he desires God’s presence, does not love sin, is not much in love with anything else, cannot live without God, will be at any pains to get Him, prefers Him to material possessions and to life itself, loves the saints, and is fearful of dishonoring his Lord. One of the most readable Puritans, Watson brings comfort and assurance to the insecure believer as he elaborates on these eight points.

THE BIBLICAL TEACHING OF THE TRINITY

The Biblical Teaching of the Trinity

A short introduction to the biblical doctrine of the trinity in tract form.

TIMELY WARNING

Timely Warning

a tract about Roman Catholicism

THE TRUE GOSPEL

True Gospel, The

A tract about salvation.

THE TRUE GOSPEL OF CHRIST VS. THE FALSE GOSPEL OF CARNAL CHRISTIANITY

True vs. False Gospel

The True Gospel of Christ versus the False Gospel of Carnal Christianity examines in detail the common modern message sometimes called “easy-believism,” where justification in Christ is presented without mention of one’s responsibility to forsake sin and live set apart from the world. This gospel holds that one may “make a decision” to “receive Christ,” without bowing to His authority over one’s life. The problem is that many conclude: “a little sin won’t hurt—I’m just carnal, and God has saved me any way.” This false gospel leaves the professing Christian without any power over sin and a false confidence in heaven, even to the point of resisting calls to repent because “I don’t need to; I’m already saved.” Romans 6 is used to develop a Biblical understanding of self-denial, and passages in 1 and 2 Timothy are used to explain the deceitful nature of selfish sin. Finally, the book explores the rich new life provided in the true Gospel of Scripture. Also in spanish.

L.R. Shelton, Jr. (1923-2003) was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he later became associate pastor in his father’s Baptist church. While he did not have the opportunity to attend college or seminary, as a young man he devoured the writings of Spurgeon, Pink, the Puritans, and Lloyd-Jones. In 1970 he began a church, Christian bookstore, and Gospel outreach inLitchfield, Minnesota. There he developed a God-given burden to share classic Christian literature from prior centuries freely worldwide.

THE WAY OF SALVATION

Way of Salvation, The

A favorite tract about salvation.

WHAT IS A BIBLICAL CHRISTIAN?

What Is a Biblical Christian?

What Is a Biblical Christian? is a pointed and extremely helpful inquiry into the true state of the soul. The author asks: “According to the Scriptures, when does a man, woman, boy or girl have the right to the name Christian? One must not make the assumption lightly that he or she is a true Christian. A false conclusion at this point is tragic and fatal. Therefore I want to set before you four strands of the Bible’s answer to the question: What is a Biblical Christian?

Albert N. Martin served for forty-six years from 1962 to 2008 as pastor of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. His teaching ministry is known for thorough and powerful exposition of God’s Word. Today he serves in writing and conference ministry from his home in Michigan.

WHAT IS IT THAT SAVES A SOUL?

What Is It that Saves a Soul?

J. C. Philpot describes salvation from sin as “an act out of us” and as “an act in us”—as the work of Christ considered in how it both restores His people’s relationship with God and transforms their hearts and lives.

WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE FAITH MOVEMENT?

What Is Wrong with the Faith Movement

a helpful critique of the charismatic movement
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE REALLY “BORN AGAIN”
What It Means to Be Really
A tract about salvation.
WHAT ROMAN CATHOLICS FIND WHEN THEY STUDY THEIR OWN BIBLE
What Roman Catholics Find When...
a favorite tract about Roman Catholicism in modern English
WHERE ARE YOU GOING?
Where Are You Going?
A favorite tract about salvation.
WHY ARE WE SAVED THROUGH FAITH?
Why Are We Saved through Faith?
 A tract about salvation, also in spanish.
A WORD TO THE IMPENITENT
Word to the Impenitent, A
a tract about faith and repentance, also in Spanish
THE WRATH OF GOD
Wrath of God, The
In this solemn tract, A. W. Pink tackles the subject of God’s wrath head on. In contrast to many Christians of his day (and even more so in our day), he doesn’t tone down or apologize for this thoroughly Biblical doctrine. Nor does he consider it a blot on God’s character. Indeed, he makes it clear that the wrath of God “is as much a Divine perfection as is His faithfulness, power, or mercy.” According to Pink, God’s wrath springs from His holiness and His inveterate hatred of sin. In the end, he admonishes each of us to be prayerfully on guard against devising an image of God that is rooted in our imagination rather than in the Scriptures.
“YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN”
Ye Must Be Born Again!
A favorite tract about salvation.