2012 tract

Here is the final version of the 2012 tract. Please let me know if you notice any mistakes. Please also pray that we will be get the funding to print many tracts. God bless. Smile
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Alex Guggenheim's picture

The tract has a high degree of presentation. The font is a very good choice in my opinion. Your thoughtfulness in seeking provocation with the cover will no doubt spur the person with the tract to read on and they will find a very clear presentation of the gospel and call to trust Christ. Well done.

RyanO's picture

Thank you. I figured this is such a hot topic that they will peak a lot of interest. Any prayer are appreciated. God bless. Smile

Pastor Harold's picture

I guess if the world does not end in 2012 you can stamp "Told you so" on the back?

Alex Guggenheim's picture

The tract has a clear presentation of the gospel and call to believe on Christ. As to the targeted audience, though its design appeals to a contemporary event, its message, again, is never "left over". This is no different than a message from the pulpit that deals with a contemporary context and a biblical response.

RyanO's picture

My prayer is that God will allow me to print just enough. God bless. Smile

DJung's picture

You can modify this tract to say 2011 or May 21, 2011 which is the Harold Camping rapture/end of the world as we know it day and give it out to piggy back on their advertising. Good gospel presentation.

May God bless your labor in evangelism.

DJ

Pastor Harold's picture

Oh, the evils of hoop skirts! Maybe I'll preach against them this Sunday? I'll use the same text as our Brothers did two hundred years ago. It will be spot on!

Charlie's picture

Near the end, "Bibles amazing prophecies" should be "Bible's amazing prophecies."

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Charlie's picture

Ellipses (...) are never needed at the beginning or end of a quote. Twice you place them at the beginning of a quote.

Before your first quote, there should be a comma after "The Bible says"

Also, references should go after the closing quotation marks but before the period. So, "shall be burned up" (2 Peter 3:10).

About two-thirds of the way down, after "Two thousand years ago" there is a period. There should be a comma.

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Cor meum tibi offero Domine prompte et sincere. ~ John Calvin

Alex Guggenheim's picture

Yeah, thanks for the ellipsis information. But I do have a follow-up question, are they acceptable at the beginning of a quote in order to convey to the reader that you are not attempting to take the quote out of context since some quotes can be used with the accusation by some that the quoted material has been used without acknowledgment to a greater context? I suppose I could Google this.

Charlie's picture

Alex Guggenheim wrote:
Yeah, thanks for the ellipsis information. But I do have a follow-up question, are they acceptable at the beginning of a quote in order to convey to the reader that you are not attempting to take the quote out of context since some quotes can be used with the accusation by some that the quoted material has been used without acknowledgment to a greater context? I suppose I could Google this.

Generally speaking, no. It is understood that all quotes are partial, and it is the reader's responsibility to be aware of that fact. In a few fields that require close textual analysis, such as poetry, where the number of syllables and the arrangement of words on the page matters, they allow beginning and end ellipses.

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Cor meum tibi offero Domine prompte et sincere. ~ John Calvin

RyanO's picture

Just to let others know. If anyone is interested in getting some of these when I get them printed Please pm me for an e-mail address to submit a request. I am hoping to get the website running well so requests can be made directly from the site. God bless. Smile

RyanO's picture

I have had several good responses so far using this tract. People have told me that they think about the End of the world all the time. Please pray for these tracts and considering ordering some. All tracts Free as the Lord provides. You can view this tract and the other two we have available at http://afterdeathwhat.com/tracts.htm