When I was writing a paper during my study at Fuller Seminary, I visited the Metropolitan Community (Homosexual) Church. I took copious notes with no idea how they would be used later! In late 2000, I sat down with Jack Chick and told him about that visit. Out of that came the story for the tract, Sin City.
Seven years later I told Jack about someone’s more personal story. That became the tract, Home Alone? Our tracts aren’t made by merely pointing fingers at others. Often, they reflect very direct knowledge.
Jesus said, “…Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?” (Matthew 19:4-5).
The Creator of all that exists, told us He created a binary system, male and female, and that the male was made to mate to the female, to become “one flesh.” In addition, when that one flesh is joined to the Lord Jesus, it becomes “one spirit” with Him (1 Corinthians 6:17).
Anything other than this violates the carefully-made balance and order for man and woman.
When we write tracts —and you give them out— we all need to pray over them. Care about the people to whom you give them, and pray for their souls. That love and care, rather than harshness and condemnation, may just win that precious soul for Christ.
God bless you as you pass out your prayed-over tracts!
In Christ Jesus, and for His service,