This tracts defines the difference in leadership styles, the good and the bad, within the work of God.
Topics are 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, and Messenger Worship.
This is a tract dealing with women’s dress (which principles apply equally to men’s dress). Topics are Adam, Eve, and their shame, And God visited them, Covering our nakedness, To Reveal the Body is shameful,
Spiritual Dress: Modesty, Fashion and the Christian Woman
In this tract we examine the evangelist plan of easy-believism, wherein the evangelist reduces the gospel to nothing but a simple profession of faith, and the person is saved.
In this tract we examine our enemy Satan, and identify and comment on various aspects of his ability and character.
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.
In this tract we examine the biblical picture of a true minister of God contrasted with what the Bible pictures as evil, wicked, or bad ministers. Mat 7:20-24 presents us with supposed ministers of God which in judgment day, Christ identicates they are not even saved, and their characteristic marks are what this tract focuses on.
In this tract we chat with you about God’s concept of the “good pastor”. We contrast the good pastor against the wicked Pharisees of Jesus’ time, marking what is different between the “thief and robber” and the good pastor. His entry among the flock is legitimate. His success is of God, not from his own astuteness and trickery. His sheep follow him because he is the living local example of Christ closest to the sheep. He leads by personal example.
Why should you join a church?
Is it correct to leave a church
The reasons to leave a church
How sould I leave?
In this tract we expose the false prophet, Benny Hinn. We examine his heresies and false teachings, and briefly go through some of his errorenous doctrines and teachings. We cite what he says, and Bible verses that reveal the truth and his lies.
In this tract we discern and distinguish between the Bible’s teaching on tongues, a ceased gift, and the modern experience of speaking in estactic tongues. We examine Paul’s exhortations and cautions to the Corinthian church. Modern tongues is a demonic experience that no true Christian should be associated with in any way except in denouncing it.