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This tract will surely captivate and convict the reader with the effective civil court scenario. The analogy makes for a great conversation starter and the intriguing design gives an allure to those who find this tract in public.


The back reads as follows:


Here’s the scenario: You’re on trial for murder. You stand guilty before the judge, facing a life sentence with no chance of parole. You tell him that deep down you’re a good person and ask him to let you off the hook. What would an honorable judge do? He would say, “I don’t care if you think you’re good. You’re here for the crime of murder and will be punished accordingly!” As humbling as it would be to stand before an earthly judge, how much more will it be when you stand before God? Let’s look to His law to see how you’ll fair. Have you ever lied, stolen or used God’s name as a curse word? God is holy, and if you have done these things, He will find you guilty when He judges you. Ultimately, He will sentence you to an eternal prison called Hell with no chance of parole. So is there any hope? Absolutely! Because God is also rich in mercy, He has provided the way for you to be forgiven through Jesus Christ. "But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us." On the cross, Jesus took on the wrath of God for your sins. He bled and died, then rose again, and is ready to give you His perfect record of obedience. Now, through faith alone, you may be pardoned before God. Consider it like this: You broke God's law and Jesus paid your fine. That means God can legally dismiss your case. When you repent (confess and turn away from your sinful desires) and transfer your trust from your own goodness to trusting in Christ alone for salvation, God will forgive you immediately and His Spirit will give you a new heart with new desires. In the end, your goodness can't save you, so cry out today for His grace... 


SKU: 0004
  • 3x5.5"

  • 50 count


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