|Passing out the Good News|
At age twelve I received the Baptism of Fire and was filled with the Holy Ghost, and spoke in tongues. Since then, I have used tongues as a prayer language, and have exercised the gift of prophesy.
Young people in the church need something to do so they can feel a part of the church. Our Pastor was a believer in helping his members find a place to work for the Lord.
Besides the assignment of the Primary Sunday school class, our Pastor took me aside and showed me the tract box at the entrance of the church. He told me to notice that it is partially empty and the tracts are not neatly arranged.
He was holding a small cardboard box with a supply of tracks as he spoke and said, “I am putting you in charge to keep the tract box tidily filled, but first there is something you must do.”
He continued, “I want you to read each and every tract in this box, so you are familiar with all the good ones. If you discover someone has slipped in a pamphlet that is not according to the Bible, you may remove it.”
Passing out tracts is not a popular thing to do and those who leave a tract without a tip at the restaurant are not leaving a good example of a Christian.
A tract can be given to a homeless person, but be sure to include at least a couple dollars along with it.
Slip a tract in the envelope when you pay bills or write a letter to someone.
Perhaps your church does not have a tract box, because it is an old fashioned method of distributing the Gospel. Because of the Inter-Net, many share their faith on Face Book and Twitter, or even by writing a blog.
Whatever method you use to share the Gospel, let Christ Jesus be made known.
What so ever you do in word or in deed, let it be done as through you were ministering to Jesus.