Helped my church today and no arguments nor debates as I kept disagreements separate. I also assisted distributing their tracts and other literature. I say they have a knack for sales evangelism or evangelism that will get people in church, but not necessarily for evangelism that preaches hard on sin, hence our differences. The tracts that I helped distribute (some IFB publisher) told the story of creation well, but in the gospel response missed completely on REPENTANCE, but just wanted people to make a decision and pray a prayer. Although I disagreed with this approach, I realized that yes God could use even it to bring the elect to salvation so I reluctantly passed them out, but after I broke off I used my normal tracts that hit hard on sin, and repentance which I doubt anyone would not know what I primarily use. I believe repentance should always be emphasized in preaching and evangelism and tracts. However God can use imperfect man and imperfect tracts to bring the elect to salvation whom he chose from the beginning of time whom would be saved. Does anyone not agree? God is sovereign in Salvation, and it may take 50 tracts for one person, or it may take 50 years, or it may not even be a tract, but the elect will come to salvation whom have been granted faith and repentance. We just need to do our part and He will do His part, but it may be possible some elect have not turned because we have stood in the work of God by passing out bad tracts, or using bad evangelism methods, and so God will have to use another means to get the elect to turn. Opinions?