Our family holiday this year was spent in Llandeilo, West Wales. As usual, I spend a few hours each week of the holiday (during my daughter’s nap) going from door to door and giving out Gospel tracts locally. This year I went up to Maesybont, and then headed toward Gorslas. I gave a Gospel tract to a retired gentleman who attended the little chapel in Maesybont, where I had seen a Gospel text on a notice board at the side of the road. He was quite impressed that someone was out sharing the gospel, and especially that we use Welsh language tracts. This gentleman invited me back to his home to talk, and together we led his wife to the Lord Jesus Christ. Thank God for these people and their faithful little chapel! It may be a small church, but it now has at least one new member, that’s the power of a simple Gospel tract.
You may wonder why God uses such a simple means as a Gospel tract to lead people to Himself. I think it is because “God chose what the world thinks foolish to shame the wise, and God chose what the world thinks weak to shame the strong. God chose what is low and despised in the world, what is regarded as nothing, to set aside what is regarded as something, so that no one can boast in his presence.”
(1Co 1:27-29 NET).
I go out once a week with the Gospel tracts which we have written ourselves, and we also sell these on (at cost price) to other believers across the UK. In fact, I believe these full colour, professionally printed tracts are the cheapest available, and it is our aim to help other churches and ministries by making tracts more affordable. Our prayer is that God will give us, through these tracts, fruit in every town and village of the British Isles.
This year so far we have added 4 new titles to our catalogue, and the list is growing, with a new Christmas Gospel Tract ready to go to press for Christmas 2011.
Would you be prepared to pray for this ministry of tract distribution? And will you make sure that you give a Gospel tract to someone today – it may change a life and save a soul!
Click here for more information about our Gospel Tract Ministry.