This tract explains biblical forgiveness.
Let the Bible speak for itself
We accept the Obvious first
We respect the Historical Context as well as Grammar
There is divine power in the Words
There are no contradictions in the Bible
We respect the Variety of biblical literature.
We respect the Divine Priorities
We seek the Truth in order to Obey it.
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.
This is a tract on the Trinity, defining it in the light of the Bible’s Teaching.
A tract showing the fallacies of Darwin’s theories.
Submission and Head Coverings By David Cox [fam17] v1 ©2008 www.coxtracts.com You may freely reproduce this tract for non-profit use. 1 Corinthians 11:3-16 But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God. Every man […]
In this tract, we examine how the church is built on the foundation of evangelism.
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
power of an Example 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.
This tract explains why tithing or regularly weekly giving is still obligatory in the New Testament.