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A Gospel Tract

God raised Jesus from the dead.

Some people don't believe that, but the real problem is that those who do believe it make too little of it.

God raised Jesus from the dead!

My books, and those I have published for others, consistently maintain 4-star and better ratings despite the occasional 1- and 2-star ratings from people angry about my kicking over sacred cows.

He raised Jesus from the dead so that he could be the King of an eternal kingdom, a kingdom that would overcome all other kingdoms and never end.

Jesus is the Son of God. He could have lived forever with God on his own without becoming human. He chose, however, to become like us so that as one of us, he could die, and then overcome death for us all.

Because the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he took part in the same so that through death he might destroy him who had the power of death—the devil—and deliver those who, through fear of death, were subject to bondage throughout their lives. (Anonymous; Hebrews 2:14-15; Holy Bible)

All kings are kings because they have a people to rule. An eternal King—the eternal King---needs eternal people to rule. That is why he made a way for us to live eternally.

"Though [Jesus] was a Son, he nonetheless learned obedience through the things he suffered, and being prepared, he became the source of eternal life to everyone who obeys him." (Anonymous; Hebrews 5:8: Holy Bible.)

That eternal kingdom and that eternal life begins now, the day you decide to give up your own life and follow Jesus, the one God raised from the dead.

Who We Are

Thousands of organizations claim to be Christian yet teach all sorts of different things. We are not against any of those, but we are not them. We are simple people who have gathered together to obey Jesus as our King and to help others do the same. In the Bible we can read the one purpose for the Bible:

All Scripture is inspired by God and is profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness so that the man of God may be thoroughly prepared for every good work. (Paul the apostle; 2 Timothy 3:16-17; Holy Bible)

We are not going to leave you alone with a thousand-page book (the Bible). We are going to instruct and train you in following King Jesus. We will pray for you to receive the Spirit of God. We will teach you all the things he commanded us to do and the great and precious promises he has given us.

"We are witnesses to these things, and so is the Holy Spirit, whom God has given to those that obey him." (Peter the apostle; Acts 5:32; Holy Bible)

Jesus will judge us all one day. We are inviting you to join us in preparing for that day, encouraging one another on the one path that leads to eternal life: obedience to Jesus.

For more information, talk to the person who gave you this tract, or call the phone number below. (Or, since this is an online tract, email me.)

Where to Go (on this website) from Here

  • You can see and download an MS Word version of this tract on Dropbox.

I have two blog posts that explain why this tract is written the way it is written.

If you're curious about other things we teach, you should first know that our primary and only required teaching is that we must all be working together to obey Jesus (verses above plus 1 Tim. 1:5; Tit. 2:11-14; Tit. 3:8; Heb. 3:12-13; Heb. 10:24-25). Then you might try the Articles page, which categorizes the various pages on this site.

Use the Email page to email me.