Byword Tracts

A personal way to share God's Word.

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My name is Jim, and I’m glad to share these tracts with you. Each one has a particular audience, so I hope you will find one here that meets your need. Feel free to let me know of any way that these tracts can be improved and also let me know how people are responding to them.


i  This tract is for those who are into using coupons. It offers them the best premium of all—eternal life through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ

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 It is a good thing that you want an answer to this important question. The answer could change your life!






i  The Bible does say that physical exercise has benefits. This tract reminds the reader that the benefits are limited, and cautions them to look out for the condition of their soul.

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i Easter is an ideal time to remind people that Jesus not only kept His promise that He would rise from the dead, but He will also keep His promise that He will return to earth. i









i This tract is for those who take Hell lightly. Contrary to what some people think, no one has fiends in Hell.

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 i Some people think they agree with Jesus until He tells them that they are lost and must put their faith in Him if they expect to get to Heaven.

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i “What If” is a fun game to play until this tract asks, “What if this were your last chance to be sure you are on your way to Heaven".

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 A tract for those who are fanatic about basketball strategies, but don't have a Biblical end-of-game strategy.






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 This tract reminds people that salvation is not simply a "fire escape" from Hell, but a life-long commitment to Jesus Christ.




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 While the Golden Rule is a God-honoring way to live, it is not a ticket into Heaven.





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 This tract clearly shows how Christianity and Mormonism differ on several major issues.






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 This is an ideal conversation opener for those who are into tracing family tree. It explains why everyone in Adam's family tree also needs Jesus Christ.





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 This is a tract for those who often hand out business cards. It has room to include information that is on a business card; but it also shares a Gospel message. It comes in 2 versions, the one below has a different cover.




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  The Bible reminds us that it's quality not quantity that really counts. No one but Jesus Christ is sufficient to pay the penalty for our sin and give us eternal life.






i A lot of people want to go to Heaven; but, as this tract explains, wanting is not enough.

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A child asks their grandma: "Are you going to Heaven when you die?"



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A child asks their grandpa: "Are you going to Heaven when you die?"

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Being saved is a gift from God...the greatest gift of all!

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 A tract to help new Christians begin the path to spiritual maturity.

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This tract reminds Christians that it is through obedience that they show their love for God.


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i This tract shows that Christ's work PLUS our good works do not add up to salvation; salvation is through Christ's work alone.





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A good tract to share at Easter season, it asks the question: do you know what you are doing--without Jesus?



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iThis tract reminds us that eternity is not an illusion, it is something we must prepare for.



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 iFor the person who loves fishing, this tract asks the question, "Do you love Jesus?"







i i  A tract for those who don't understand why bad things come into their lives.








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 A tract to include with a birthday card for one who does not know that they need to be born again.






i  i A tract to remind people that Hell is just a stepping stone to an eternity in the Lake of Fire--a place worse than Hell.








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i A tract that focuses on the handicap that all of us have--sin, and Jesus Christ the solution to our handicap.







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 This tract addresses five erroneous ideas that develop when Jesus is misquoted.




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iAlthough the celebration of Christmas has changed through the centuries, the One who it commemorates has not.




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