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Your Debt, God's Payment
by Paul Chappell
Written directly to an unsaved person, this minibook explains salvation simply and engages with the reader conversationally. It is a great tool for soulwinning and makes a wonderful gift for unsaved family and friends, as well as for first-time guests to church. In clear, easy-to-understand terms, these pages lay out our need for a Saviour and present the freely-offered gift of eternal life. The book extends an invitation to the reader to accept Christ, and a concluding chapter briefly covers assurance of salvation and eternal security. This is the type of book you will read once and want to order multiple copies to give away.
(88 pages, mini paperback)
We give this to every visitor to our church. We appreciate the clear articulation of the Gospel. Mark on Sep 11, 2018
I wouldn't be without a supply of these well written, easy to understand presentations of the gospel message; have some with me everywhere I go. Audrey Simone on Jul 17, 2018
A good book for people to give to friends, co-workers, others to help them understand the gospel. Brian Barber on Feb 5, 2018
This is an inexpensive way to give the Gospel and a free gift to first time visitors.
Most won't read a lengthy book but mini-books condensed and to the point. John Dana Labit on Jul 24, 2017
We have found this mini book as a top notch tool for making sure everyone that visits Charity has a chance to clearly hear the gospel message. It is clear, simple, and easy to read and understand. Rob Westlake on May 8, 2017
Great little book to give someone you are trying to reach with the gospel! Unknown on Feb 28, 2017
Our church uses these for people visiting for the first time. The gospel is simple and understandable. The book is short enough to read in one sitting, but thorough enough for someone to grasp the need for a relationship with Jesus. I would highly recommend this book to read for yourself, and then give to someone who needs to know the Lord. Pastor Mike Bennett on Jan 7, 2017