Tracts on General Teachings
While most people like to believe that they are really good people, an honest assessment would yield the opposite conclusion. Our hearts are desperately sinful and hopelessly deceptive. No treatment can cure us—we need a heart transplant.
Many experience the nagging doubt that they will never measure up to the expectations and standards of others — how could they ever be good enough for God? As Martin Luther discovered, there is no way to be good enough…and as it turns out, God doesn’t even require it!
This tells the story of a shepherd boy who made an incredible discovery. His discovery sheds light on the book of Daniel, confirming its dating and accuracy!
The corruption and violence that has too often been part of religion makes it difficult for many to embrace Christianity—even if Christ is attractive to them. This candid look urges readers to investigate the true Jesus beyond the hard exterior of religion.
Is evolution impossible? More scientists are taking the courageous step to say so, and this tract offers three reasons for their belief.
This excerpt from Steps to Christ shares pertinent principles regarding prayer. It includes the conditions of answered prayer and encourages readers to pray openly, talking to God as they would to a friend.
When Jesus came to earth, He came to reveal the Father’s heart to people and angels alike. God’s character is to give!
Especially for those who doubt God’s forgiveness and promises could be for them, this excerpt from the book Steps to Christ details how we can experience God’s promised peace. We don’t need to fix ourselves up to have His peace!
Are God’s 10 Commandments still valid today? This candid look examines three common reasons for believing the law doesn’t matter today and shows the misunderstandings behind each.
We all need love, but where can we find it? Illustrated with a touching story, this pamphlet shares how Christ offers His perfect law-keeping record—His Righteousness—to us if we will only repent.
Why does a good, all-powerful God allow suffering? This concise study outlines how love depends on the ability to freely choose, and that free will has resulted in some choosing evil—which results in suffering.
Literature & Resources on General Teachings
This beautiful devotional will refresh and inspire anyone dealing with stress, guilt, or heartache.
Find freedom from worry, guilt, and fear as you grow closer to God by reading this devotional classic.