Full Prosecution of being “Under Sin” and “Guilty Before God” (Romans 3:9-20)

The following 2 tracts are specifically designed to deal with the issue of emphatically confirming that everyone is “under sin” and therefore “guilty before God.”

 

2015-02-06_192912 Guilty As Charged!
I Hereby Sentence You To… 
This tract focuses upon what it means to be “guilty before God” as an unrighteous sinner, as well as the legal consequences of that guilt. It tells the reader that God’s Perfect Justice charges him with being an unrighteous sinner and that he is undeniably guilty as charged. In view of this it tells him that the judicial sentence for his guiltiness is to “be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power” and that this sentence hangs over his head. He is then told how that God in His longsuffering and grace is for the time being withholding the execution of the sentence, and instead is offering to freely pardon him and justify him unto eternal life. Though he is guilty as charged, God is able to forgive him his sins and justify him unto eternal life because of “the redemption that is in Christ Jesus.” (Available at our Bookstore)
2015-02-06_192936 Can You Survive The Death Penalty? This tract is much like the previous one, but with the focus upon the horror of the death penalty. It tells the reader that in connection with his sin he is already charged, convicted, and sentenced to death by God’s Perfect Justice. In view of this it asks him whether he is prepared to serve his sentence, especially that aspect of it which will occur after physical death — i.e. the death of eternal damnation.In view of this, and before it is too late, the appeal is made to him to respond to God’s offer to have all charges against him dropped and his death sentence revoked. All of which has been made possible through the redemptive work of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary. (Available at our Bookstore)