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SaleTract: Tomorrow May Be Too Late, George Sweeting (Tracts - Case of 250)

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SaleTract: Tomorrow May Be Too Late, George Sweeting (Tracts - Case of 250)

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"Today" is the only day we have to put our faith in Christ for "tomorrow" and eternity. A redesign of a classic Good News Tract.

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Tomorrow May Be Too Late

Once, long ago, a prince asked his tutor to prepare him for the life beyond.

"There is plenty of time for that when you are old," the tutor replied.

"No!" exclaimed the prince. "I have been to the cemetery and measured the graves, and there are many shorter than I am."

The prince was wise, for the Bible says, "What is your life? It is even a vapor, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away" (James 4:14). Tomorrow may be too late to take God seriously!

One of Life's Most Dangerous Words

A cartoon was once published in three parts. In the first scene, there was a young man seated at a desk. At his shoulder stood Jesus Christ, inviting him to be saved. Politely he told the Lord that he was just launching his career and had no time for anything else.

The second scene showed the same man, now middle-aged. He was heavier and well-dressed, and his larger desk was covered with papers and reports. Again Christ stood at his elbow. But again the man replied with the same answer--"No time. Busy. Tomorrow!"

The last picture showed an old and graying man at his desk. At his shoulder stood, not the Savior, but the gaunt, bony specter of Death. Speaking in hollow tones, Death declared, "I have come for you." The businessman, with frightened eyes, replied, "Go away, Death! I did not send for you." But Death refused to go, and the man was ushered into eternity without God.

Tomorrow is the fitting epitaph for many tombstones.

Tomorrow sounds so innocent, but it can be life's most dangerous word.

Tomorrow is the barred and bolted door that has shut many people out of Heaven.

God has never promised us tomorrow. The Bible implores, "Boast not thyself of tomorrow....now is the day of salvation" (Proverbs 27:1a; 2 Corinthians 6:2b). Those who expect to repent and turn to Christ tomorrow may die today!

Are You Ready?

Be ready! For what? "It is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment" (Hebrews 9:27). The best preparation for tomorrow is the right use of today.

Be ready! How? God has already provided the way of salvation. Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died to save us from the eternal penalty of our sins and rose again from the dead to give us new life (2 Corinthians 5:15). Jesus Christ promises, "He that heareth My word, and believeth on Him that sent Me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life" (John 5:24).

Through faith in God you will be prepared for life beyond the grave. You will also be prepared to live your life here on earth in peace and certainty, knowing that God your heavenly Father cares for you! And He has provided you with an invaluable guidebook for life, the Bible.

Be ready! When? "Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation" (2 Corinthians 6:2).

Tomorrow may be too late!

Tips for Using Tracts

Tract Tip #1
Include a tract when mailing greeting cards and bills.

Tract Tip #2
Encourage your church to include tracts in weekly bulletins.

Tract Tip #3
When leaving a tract with a tip, be sure that the tip is generous, as a reflection of God's generous gift of salvation to us!

Tract Tip #4
Keep tracts in your wallet, purse or car glove compartment to ensure you're always prepared to share the good news!

Product Details

Tract: Tomorrow May Be Too Late, George Sweeting (Tracts - Case of 250)
George Sweeting
Aug 2011
3.5 x 5.4 Inches
Type Size:
6.5 - 8.5 Point
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Case Weight:
5 lbs
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$14.95 ($0.06 each) 2 or more cases, Save 50%

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