Is the God of the Bible all above love?
Is the God of the Bible a magical Genie to whom I can go to for all my wants and needs?
Is the God of the Bible all about healing and blessing me?
How do we get the proper view of God with what He has revealed to us in the Bible about Himself?
Is salvation in the Romans Road or praying the sinners prayer?
Is salvation in mental agreement to known facts about Jesus Christ?
If nothing changed at the point of making a "decision" then that is not salvation, if there is no desire to turn from sin then that is not salvation.
So the question begs asking, who is a true Christian?
How do you talk to someone about the Gospel?
Has the glorious Gospel been reduced to a formula rather than the abiding work of Christ in us?
Is God worthy of our deepest cosideration to study to shew ourselves approved unto God? To be able to see the supernatural work of regeneration.
What are some practical helps for the Gospel witness?
What are some guideposts that can be used for growing in grace?
Being able to discern between truth and an absence of sound doctrine is crucial.
How to be in the world but not off the world?
What are some pointers for the Christian in the matter of discipleship?
Knowing that the Holy Spirit is sovereign on the method He uses,
Having a proper representation of the Gospel messsage is crucial.
The following are some tracts that gives the proper view of the Gospel when you are prayerfully communicating it with lost souls.
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Do we see Prayer as the lifeblood of a Church?
Jesus said "My house shall be called the house of prayer"
Do we realize that God works more through praying vessels than through preaching pulpits?
Is there a practical way for meeting the desperate need of our day?
Is having revival a week of meeting that has been organized by the church?
Is revival going to a Christian camp and getting excited about God?
Is revival getting back to the Bible and becoming faithful to Church?
We have to face the reality of the evidences seen from revivals of the past as compared to what we call as a "revival" meeting today.