This highly attractive glossy gospel leaflet explains clearly the gospel message, relating it to September 11th and quoting scripture verses throughout.
Tracts come in bundles of 100 and are sold as £5.00 per hundred.
wording of Tract:
...Tuesday 11th September 2001...
.....An unimaginable terror came out of the clear blue morning skies of a fading summer, and the world stood shocked and still to watch in horror the scale of the unfolding disaster in the United States of America. It was a day that changed the world. It will go down in history alongside other shocking events such as the death of Princess Diana in Paris in 1997, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour in 1941, the Gunpowder Plot in London in 1605...
How do we come to terms with the awfulness of that Tuesday’s events? Some have wept and prayed; some have felt a rising tide of anger and hatred; others have simply wondered in disbelief at such horror. Can anyone comprehend the depths of fanatical hatred which drives men to suicide missions - to knowingly and deliberately take so many thousands of innocent lives and for them to believe they do it in God’s name?
But such tragedy also prompts us to re-assess our own priorities and take stock of life - to consider how fragile it is - to ask the great question, “After death what? - and where?”
In the Bible, we get very pointed advice: “Prepare to meet your God” (Amos 4.12). Can you really ignore this when you see how uncertain the future is? And we are cautioned, “Boast not yourself of tomorrow, for you know not what a day may bring forth” (Proverbs 27.1). How true that was of 11th September.
How can we prepare for the sudden and the unexpected, indeed for the ultimate and inevitable claim of death upon each one of us? How can we find the way to God and to heaven? The Lord Jesus Christ, God’s Son, said, “I am the way” (John 14.6). He also said, “I am the door, by Me if any one enters in he shall be saved” (John 10.9): saved from what? - from sin and ultimately from hell.
Sin affects us all. In its most hideous forms it has murdered thousands - at the World Trade Centre and in many other places throughout history. But sin is in us all, as the Bible states, “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God” (Romans 3.23). Our sin separates us now from God, and if not forgiven will do so for ever.
The final answer to terrorism is very difficult to find. But the question of personal sin can be answered and effectively dealt with. The Bible states that “the blood of Jesus Christ, God’s Son, cleanses us from all sin” (1 John 1.7). Jesus died on the cross, giving His sinless life as a sacrifice for sin, so that all who repent and put their trust in Him to save them will be fully forgiven and cleansed from their sin.
Think carefully about your own eternal future in the light of that sad and terrible September day which changed the world. If you believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, you can be saved now, and today will be a day that changed your life and your eternal destiny. R Plant