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  • Format: Folded Gospel Tract
  • Paper: Gloss Text
  • Size: 3.5" x 5.5"
  • Pages: 4
  • Versions: KJV, NKJV
  • Estimated shipping date: Tuesday, September 27 (Click for more details)

The full text of this gospel tract is shown below in the KJV version. It is also available in NKJV. Select the one you want to order using the “Version” buttons above.

I may never meet you again, so there is something I must tell you right now. It is so important that I would be remiss to not share it with you. Yet it is so simple that you can read it in just a few minutes. It is a message you may not like, but it is a message of love. You may try to ignore it today, but it will affect you forever.

First of all, let me emphasize that this message is absolutely true, because it is a message from God, and He cannot lie. When God makes a promise, you can rest upon it, because His promises never fail. God will not force you to believe this message—that is your choice—but He will hold you responsible for having heard it.

Lastly, let me tell you that it is a personal message to you. It brings you to the place of decision. You must either accept it or reject it. You must either say “I will” or “I will not.” You cannot be neutral.

Here, then, is the message. It is a quotation from God’s word, the Holy Bible. Read it several times:

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).

Have you ever heard such wonderful words as these? Just think for a moment what they say! They reveal three astounding facts:

First, “God so loved the world.” Since you are in the world, it means that He loves you. It also means that God loves sinners, because that’s what we all are: “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). God says that you are a sinner, and if you are honest, you will agree. While God certainly loves you, He hates your sin. Sin will keep you out of Heaven, because God is holy and He must punish sin. Thus, a loving God must find a holy way of saving sinners; otherwise the sinner must pay for his own sins by spending eternity in Hell.

The second great fact is this: “He gave His only begotten Son.” The first statement tells you that God loved you; this statement tells you how much He loved you. He loved you so much that He gave His only begotten Son! Do you know what that means? It means that the Lord Jesus Christ suffered on the cross of Calvary so that you might be saved. He shed His blood so that your sins might be put away. He died for you so that you might live in Heaven forever. Someone must pay the penalty of sin—either you, or a sinless substitute. God gave His Son to stand in your place: “Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the Just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God” (1 Peter 3:18).

Now for the third tremendous fact: “Whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” Were better words than these ever spoken? Think of it! God gives eternal life to those who trust in Christ. The Savior has finished the work: He has died, has risen from the grave and gone back into heaven, and God has accepted Him. This simply means that you should:

  1. Confess that you are a sinner in need of a Savior
  2. Realize that Christ is willing and able to meet your need
  3. Trust Him as your Savior and Lord

This is the message which I had to tell you. Now you must make a decision. Will you accept Him or reject Him? Will you believe on Him or will you refuse Him? I may never meet you again on earth, but I hope I meet you in Heaven. If you will accept the sinner’s Savior, then you will surely be saved. Jesus said, “Him that cometh to Me I will in no wise cast out” (John 6:37). Come to Christ today!

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We can add your custom imprint to individual titles of Gospel Tracts, as well as our Calendar Cards. Please note that Tract Assortments, Poems, Mini Tracts, booklets, and some Believers Tracts cannot be imprinted.

How Much Does Tract Imprinting Cost? The imprinting charge is $4 per pack for tracts. There are no setup fees or minimum or maximum quantity limits, so when you order an imprinted item, feel free to order as few or as many copies as you want.

How Much Does Calendar Card Imprinting Cost? To order imprinted calendar cards, locate the special Personalized item in the Calendar Cards category. The imprinting charges are already built into this item; there are no other extra charges or fees.

How Long Will It Take to Get My Imprinted Items? Tract imprints of about 3,000 copies or less (per title) only require 2-3 business days for printing. Tract imprints of 3,000 or more copies (per title) usually require 2-3 weeks for printing. Imprinted calendar cards are usually shipped in about 1 week.

Where Does My Imprint Go? Every tract has a reserved space on the back (approximately 1" tall x 3" wide) for imprinting (see picture at right). The calendar card has a reserved space on the calendar side (beside the year). Your imprint will go in this space.

How Much Text Can My Imprint Include? There is room for up to 5 lines of text on Gospel Tracts (4 lines on calendar cards), with approximately 40 characters per line. Adding more text would require the text to be so small that we don't recommend it.

Can I Add A Logo or Image? Yes, you can upload your own custom logo or image. Remember that adding an image to your imprint reduces the amount of room available for text, and you should limit your text accordingly. 

How Do I Order Imprinted Tracts? When ordering a tract, select the "Add Imprinting" option and fill in the fields that appear. A live preview will be generated so you can see what your imprint will look like. Please note that due to differences in devices and browsers, your finished tracts may not look exactly like the preview. All imprints are reviewed by our designers for content and style before printing.

Do I Have to Enter My Imprint Over and Over? Nope. If you are ordering multiple tracts with the same imprint, you can enter all of the details with the first tract, and then enter "same" on Line 1 for the others. Likewise, if you have ordered imprinted tracts in the past and want to use the same information, simply enter "same as before." All orders are carefully reviewed, and we will link everything together for you.