Eternity is rushing towards us.
You and everyone else must be ready.
TheÂ gospel is always a gift, but when and how to wrap it up as a Christmas present for family members was something that had been on Matthewâ€™s mind. He wrote in to tell us what he had resolved to do:
I have wanted to do this for the last couple of years, but the fear of pushback from my Catholic relatives kept pulling me back.Â
This year is the year that my parents, in-laws, my wifeâ€™s grandparents, my brothers, my aunts and uncles, and all my cousins are getting the best gift everâ€•an invitation to come to Jesus Christ!
Paradise is for my grandpa, since he already has One Heartbeat Away. IÂ am not 100 percent sure that he, or any other person in my family, for that matter, is born again. My mom reads the Bible daily, so she is the only one I feel confident about.Â
This wouldnâ€™t be possible without you!Â Â
The reason for the season is the birth of the King! He was born to die for the sins of the world. In light of this truth, even the worst sinnerâ€™s soul feels its worth. And, if Jesus loved them enough to die for them, then we can care enough to tell them about His amazing offer of salvation.
Make this a tremendous season of seeking the lost and giving them the gift that lasts forever: Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Savior of the world!
Until the Nets are Full,
P.S. A clear, strong message in the form of a tract can definitely help those who read it to start thinking about what really matters in life: their eternity! Tracts also happen to be quick conversation starters that often give you the chance to not only continue speaking truth to them but to show them the love and acceptance of Christ.
Our tracts are currently available at a discounted suggested donation of only $6 per pack, which makes this the perfect time to stock up on them, consider using them as stocking stuffers, give to other Christians for them to hand out, and much more! You can find them at the link below:
Â P.P.S.Â You never know whatâ€™s going on in the lives of those you hand a tract to, as Nate found out: