pc23 Forgiving as we are forgiven

This tract explains biblical forgiveness.

fam07 The submission of the woman

A tract explaining why the Bible teaches that women should be submissive to men, and not take positions of teaching or leadership over men.

cat05 Why we don’t use images in worship

This tract explains why the Bible prohibits the use of images in worship.

The Church is built on foundation of Evangelism

ch50 The Church is Built upon the Foundation of Evangelism

In this tract, we examine how the church is built on the foundation of evangelism.

Self-Esteem

PC08 Self-Esteem

TOPICS
We are wicked
Our High Value before God
We are Nothing
What do you get by being humble?
The Biblical Order of Importance
Command to Deny and not exalt yourself.

doct03 Do Heaven & Hell really exist?

This tract explains the importance of both heaven and hell, and the biblical evidence that they really exist.

pc07 Fasting: Fixing your Life with God

In this tract we explore what the Bible has to say about fasting. Fasting is a spiritual activity that God has placed in our disposition for drawing near to God, resolving problems in our life, as well as finding God’s will in matters of confusion, sin, or direction. We can gain spiritual knowledge of God’s will through prayer and dedicating time to talking with God, which is the whole purpose of fasting.

doct07 The Athanasius Creed

A tract on the Trinity.

ch21 Will a man rob God? tithes

In this tract by Pastor-Missionary David Cox, I explain why every believer should honor God with his tithes and offerings.

ch24 The power of an example

In this tract I examine the power of spiritual examples, both good examples for good influences, and evil examples for bad influences. This principle is a spiritual principle in the Bible, by which God affects his children through men of God. Likewise I look briefly at the power of evil examples on others, to trip them up into sin. We touch on Pastors and leaders in the local church, as well as parents’ influence on their children.

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Cowboys versus Shepherds

CH51 Cowboys versus Shepherds
Read thistract by Pastor Cox contrasting pastors that think they are cowboys, versus pastors that think they are shepherds of God's flock
In this tract Pastor Cox explains the difference in leadership style in the two ways of thinking. This tracts defines the difference in leadership styles, the good and the bad, within the work of God.
Sections:
The Difference is in the Leaderhsip Style
The Motive: Love of God, or Love of One's Self
How to Move and Motive Animals
How to Relate to Sheep
--Cowboy - Indifference
--Shepherd - Love
The Difference is also in the Nature of the Animals.
Sheep are loyal to their Pastor
Messenger Worship
Have you ever wondered why God used the illustration of a shepherd, rather than that of a cowboy? The reason lies in their differences. Their way of dealing with the animals is distinct. They reflect character differences that God wants to teach us. Lordship is an issue in leadership, and shepherds are humble examples rather than high exalted lords (like cowboys sitting high on tall horses). Shepherds are examples that cause a following. Cowboys push, prode, hurt, and only through that get anything done.
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