By Jordan Kurecki
I got rid of a bunch of Gospel tracts today.. it's interesting how many tracts today don't even have the Gospel in them. (The death, burial, and resurrection.)
I think in some ways we make the Gospel more complicated than it is. Salvation is simple childlike faith and dependence on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
I think in our zeal to protect from false professions, and easy believism that we have swung too far in the opposite direction. Sometimes giving people the impression that they have to clean up their lives before they can be saved.
I can't tell you how many people I have seen who come from fundamental churches that question their salvation, they say things like "I don't know if I repented enough" or "I don't know if I was sorry enough"...Salvation is us trusting Christ to do it all, it's not us working up enough sorrow or tears, it's not even us making a commitment to give up sins. Yes people have to understand that they are sinners and deserve hell, but to say a sinner has to "give their life to Christ" or "make Jesus Lord of their life" or anything else is preaching a false gospel. Neither is salvation "asking Jesus into your heart."
I am against easy believism 1-2-3 pray after me, but I am also against Lordship Salvation and false views of repentance. The truth is in the middle.
By Miss Daisy
Last week, in our church bulletin, our Pastor put information on a website called Goodsearch.com that if you do any searches from their site, one penny is donated to a charity on the site. It was suggested to use Fellowship Tract League, prints and distributes tracts worldwide. Our church has some of their tracts.
You can look up www.fellowshiptractleague.com for more info.
However, I've been using it for a week and it only shows 12 cents that I've earned for them. I search a whole lot more than that. And I put it as my default search provider too.
Anyway, every penny counts!
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