Cart 0

Will You Be Surprised?

  • 200

Packet Size
Tract Imprinting

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

Show all item 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.)

We get surprised when things come upon us unexpectedly. Many things that occur in our lives come without warning. Sometimes things like sickness, bills and family crises just cannot be anticipated. Even our own death can come by surprise. What comes after death, however, is something that does not need to be a surprise for anyone. It is not God's desire that you be surprised after you die. He tells us in the Bible that every one of us will live somewhere forever. To be prepared for life after death, we must first examine what we believe about this matter in the light of God's Word.

Do you think a person stops existing after death?

Hebrews 9:27 says, "It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment." The word "after" tells us that life does not end with death. No matter what you think will happen when you die, God says that His judgment will follow. If you are anticipating "nothing" after death, you will be surprised!

Do you think God would never send you to hell?

Psalm 5:4 says, "For thou art not a God that hath pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil dwell with Thee." Because God is holy, He must punish sin. Sin cannot be where God is. We are all sinners. If a person's sin is not cleansed by the blood of Jesus Christ, God must send him to hell, "And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire" (Revelation 20:15). If you think no one goes to hell, you will be surprised!

Do you think being good will get you to heaven?

Isaiah 64:6 says, "But we are all as an unclean thing, and all our righteousnesses [good deeds] are as filthy rags." Being a good person is not enough to make us acceptable to God. We are still filthy sinners. In God's eyes, "There is none that doeth good, no, not one" (Romans 3:12). Sin means "missing the mark." We have all missed God's mark even though we may do many good things. If you think a person's goodness gets him to heaven, you will be surprised!

Do you think hell will be just a big party?

Matthew 13:50 says that the wicked will be cast "into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth." A furnace of fire, wailing, and gnashing of teeth do not paint the picture of a party atmosphere. In reality, hell will be filled with only suffering and anguish. Luke 16:22,23 tells of a man who "died, and was buried; and in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments." If you think there will be any pleasure in hell, you will be surprised!

Do you put off thinking about death and eternity, hoping it will just "turn out well"?

John 3:18 says, "He that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God." The person who has not trusted in Jesus Christ is in peril of eternal condemnation already! "How shall we escape, if we neglect so great salvation?" (Hebrews 2:3). These matters are too important to leave unconsidered. Jesus Christ shed His blood and died on the cross to pay the punishment that you deserve. The resurrection of Christ is proof that God accepted His payment for sin. If you do not receive Jesus Christ as your Saviour, you will be surprised!

If you have never responded to God's offer of salvation, call on the Lord Jesus Christ to save you now. Come to Him as a needy sinner and put your faith and trust in Him today. You might express your heart to God in a prayer like this, but remember that it is your faith which is important, not these exact words:

Dear God, I realize that I am a sinner and I deserve your judgment. I believe Jesus Christ died for my sins and rose again. I trust Him alone for my salvation.

If you have just cried out to God to save you, the Bible says you are now a child of God (John 1:12), saved (Romans 10:9), and have eternal life (John 10:28). Because God says so, you are now ready for what comes after death. You will not be surprised!

—Steven Lyon

Back to top of page


We Also Recommend

What is imprinting?

Many of our items can be personalized just for you. These items have a space reserved where we can add contact information for your church, ministry, or business.

How do I order imprinting?

Gospel Tracts: Most of our gospel tracts can be personalized. When reviewing the product options, you will see an option called “Add Imprinting (+$4)”. Selecting this option will reveal a form where you can enter the desired text (and optional logo). All imprints are reviewed by our staff before printing.

Calendar Cards: All of our calendar card tracts are available with imprinting. You can specify up to 4 lines of text to be custom-printed on the cards for you. Simply type your text in the form that appears when ordering these cards.

Other Items: You can also order personalized postcard tracts, and most items in our print-on-demand tract library are available with personalization. However, please note that Tract Assortments, Motion Tracts, Mini Tracts, booklets, and some Believers Tracts cannot be imprinted.

More questions about imprinting

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? The imprinting charges are already built into the pricing for personalized calendar cards. There are no additional charges or fees.

How long will it take to get my imprinted items? Tract imprints up to 3,000 copies (per title) 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 information get printed? Every tract has a reserved space on the back (approximately 1" tall x 3" wide) for imprinting. The calendar card has a reserved space on the calendar side (beside the year). Your imprint will go in this space. When ordering, take a look at the live preview shown on-screen.

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.

What if I need to include more information? Take a look at our customized invitation tracts. They allow for much more information (service times, custom photos, etc.). For the ultimate in personalization, we can even create a fully-custom tract just for you.

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. 

Do I have to enter my information over and over? Nope. If you are ordering multiple items with the same imprint, you can enter all of the details with the first item, 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 before printing.