1 John 5:13 This Is Written That You May Know
The bible says that “These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, so that you may know that you have eternal life.”
Why use Gospel Tracts?
In writing to the Corinthian believers, Paul explains the lengths to which he would go to share the gospel: “To the weak I became as weak, that I might gain the weak: I have become all things to all men, that I might by all means save some” (1 Corinthians 9:22). If Paul meant “by all means,” he no doubt would have used gospel tracts as one means to reach the lost.
Oswald J. Smith said, “The only way to carry out the Great Commission will be by the means of the printed page.”
Charles Spurgeon stated, “When preaching and private talk are not available, you need to have a tract ready. . . Get good striking tracts, or none at all. But a touching gospel tract may be the seed of eternal life. Therefore, do not go out without your tracts.”
John the Apostle again says in John 20:30-31, “And truly Jesus did many other signs in the presence of His disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in His name.”
Therefore tracts, that is the written word of God, are a biblical way to present the Gospel.
Great places to get good Gospel Tracts:
One of my favorite tracts:
Check out their Man Card Gospel Tract (Image not available)
How to Hand Out Tracts
Just ask simple question, Hey did you get one of these?
Give a tract at the drive through. After you pay, just thrust the tract out there and when the attended takes it then speed away. You’ve just given someone a seed, a Gospel seed.
Leave tracts after a meal, but also leave a gerous tip
More to come…
Suggested Place to Leave Tracts
If you are wondering where you could leave tracts, here are several suggestions:
In shopping carts
In clothes pockets in store
In letters to loved ones
With a generous tip
On seats in restaurant lobbies
With fast-food employees, cashiers, and gas station workers
At rest areas
On ATM machines and bank counters
In envelopes with bill payments
On hotel dressers for the maid
On ice machines
On newspaper racks
In waiting rooms of doctors’ offices and hospitals
On seats at airports, subways, and bus stations
With flight attendants and cab drivers
In plane seat pockets