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Excellent and inexpensive tracts

Discussion in 'Evangelism, Missions & Witnessing' started by The_Narrow_Road, Jan 7, 2003.

  1. The_Narrow_Road

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    Thanks for the info, I am always looking for new witnessing tools.
     
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    [​IMG] Thank you very much for these sites. I'm planning on using some of the material Kirk was talking about in my witnessing. Rick Sr.
     
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    I have used ray comforts tracts for about 2 years now to of my favorites ar Evolution evidence for and against and the wages of sin. I also reccomend that everyone listens to his audio hells best kept secret if you havent heard it. God bless. [​IMG]
     
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    I'll amen and second that one! When one places an order at www.raycomfort.com they'll be sent the first part of Hell's Best Kept Secret(the whole set is available). There are also a few more of his teachings available at that site. I've printed them off and read and re-read them.

    I like the "giant money, $1000.00 bills" and the "Round tuits". I've ordered a couple of the "Let me tell you a story". I really like those, but at a $1.00 each I am sort of limited at purchasing them in quantity.

    Answers In Genesis also has some very good booklets available. I've used the "Why is there death and suffering" booklet at funerals.

    God bless.
     
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    I personally am not big on tracts period. Maybe for some they seem to impact, but I've only seen them end up in the trash, especially when placed on tables for servers (pretty tacky) anyway...I've also known people who place tracts in pre-paid postage envelopes and sent back to crediting companies...which perhaps they don't realize it's a waste because those mailers aren't opened by people..but by machines and tossed. I know a lot of people do love using them, and that's up to them of course...but I find they annoy others and to be honest they annoy me too. I think there should be another way to do this.

    Karen
     
  7. I Am Blessed 24

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    I don't consider leaving a tract on the table at a restaurant tacky, as long as there is a tip there too. In fact, I don't think it's tacky to leave tracts anyplace.

    If it helps spread the Word, I'm all for it! [​IMG]

    You never know when one will end up in the hand's of someone who will read it and pray that prayer and come to know the Lord. I have heard testimonies of this very thing happening.

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    Sue
     
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    Thanks, I just joined The Pocket Testament League.
     
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    Has anyone ever had a go at writing their own tracts?
     
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