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During a bitter civil war, a soldier discovered 10 men thrown into a deep well by the enemies. He was in a hurry to meet his commanding officer, so he got a rope and pulled one man out. The soldier instructed the man to pull the other people out, and the soldier left.

The man waited for the soldier to go out of sight before he dropped the rope and walked briskly away. He was in a hurry to make a business appointment!!

What do you think God will do to that inconsiderate man?

If you were one of the 9 men left in the well, how would you feel?

By the way, who was that selfish, wicked, and self-centred man? He represents the Christian that refuses to evangelize. He has been pulled out of the well of eternal destruction, but he refuses to pull others out.

So, what shall happen to such a Christian when the Lord shall return? Shall the Lord accept his business profit/prosperity as compensation?

There is good news, however. We have a solution for you. We know that you love the Lord and you desire to obey Him. It‘s just that, evangelism ... Hmm, evangelism.

Yes, we know and we understand. Let us ask, why do Christians find evangelism difficult?

Most churches no longer emphasize obedience to the Lord. Much emphases is placed on blessings, prosperity, breakthrough and wealth.

There is misunderstanding on how blessings come. Matthew 6: 33; John 12: 26; and John 15: 16 confirm that evangelism is actually the key that unlocks blessings, prosperity, and wealth.   Believers are not properly trained and equipped to share their faith.

So, we have produced the tools for effective witnessing. You can witness and you will enjoy it.

We have designed creative tracts aimed at various groups of people in the society. E.g. Drug addicts, party lovers, youths, prostitutes, prisoners, business executives, politicians, students, cultists, and so on. There are even doctrinal tracts that explain in creative manner complex doctrines like redemption, justification, adoption, repentance and so on. You can give these to new converts. There are also general tracts that can be given to anybody.

All that you need to do is to pick the tracts for the groups that you wish to reach and Karis Tracts will do the rest. These tracts are interesting to read; they are short, sharp, and focused.

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING TIPS: It is recommended that you get a partner if you wish to go on street evangelism. Do not go on outside evangelism alone. Even the Lord sent the disciples out two-by-two.

Unbelievers are all around you. You can drop tracts at fast food centres, (as they eat, they will read) at banking halls, (while they wait to be served, they will read) supermarkets and pharmacy (they will pick it as bonus), barber‘s shop, hair dressing salon, on your seat as you leave the bus or taxi, etc. You do not need to stand by the side of the road to distribute tracts!

You can target secondary and primary school students as they close from school. They are relaxed and friendly at that time of the day.

You can give your child a pack to take to the University. Once naughty students see him/her distributing tracts, they will leave your child alone.

You can order tracts to support ministries in your home town. At no extra cost to you, we can produce tracts in your native language to reach your people.

All our tracts are custom produced for churches, fellowships, individuals, and companies owned by Christians. All your contact details shall be on the tracts that you order.

If you want to invest in soul winning (that is, laying your treasure in heaven), and you do not know who to reach, we can administer the distribution of the tracts for you. You will receive a report on where the tracts went. Your tracts can go to places you cannot reach.

 

 



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    • 6 Types of Temptation

      6 Types of Temptation Christians Face (from Joseph's Life) and Steps to Battle Them

      6 Types of Temptation Christians Face (from Joseph's Life) and Steps to Battle Them

      Every child of God faces temptation. It’s a given fact. As we look at the scriptures, we see that Esau gave up his birthright for stew, Ananias and Sapphira wrecked their lives over money, Samson lost his anointing because of a lady, Saul lost his Kingship because of cattle, and the Prophet Elisha’s servant Gehazi lost his calling because of silver and clothes!

      1 John 2:16 says, “For everything in the world – the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes and the boasting of what he has and does- comes not from the Father but from the world.”

      Whenever temptation comes our way, Satan will use it to target our faith, our character, and to wreck God’s plan for our life.

      Let’s look at temptations Joseph faced as Potiphar’s wife attempted to seduce him into sexual sin. It came at a time when he had found great success in Potiphar’s household and business. The story is found in Genesis 39:6-12 and it illuminates 6 types of temptation that can come against a child of God:

      1. Natural Temptation

      Now Joseph was well built and handsome – Genesis 39:6

      Each of us have natural desires that God has given us, including the desire for acceptance, sex, food, and more. The Bible says “Now Joseph was well built and handsome” (Genesis 39:6). He was an attractive, strong, young man and would have faced temptation like anyone else, for scripture says, “No temptation has seized you except what is common to man” (1 Corinthians 10:13).

      Joseph was surely no exception to what afflicts common humanity, and he would have faced temptation many times. Being handsome, he probably would have attracted the attention of many ladies. One thing is certain, he was soon noticed by Potiphar’s wife. Joseph however, found his strength in the Lord.

      Today, we too are tempted on every side through billboards, magazines, videos, pornography, and many other ways.

      How comforting it is to know that Jesus can give us strength to face all temptation for Hebrews says, “We have one (a high priest) who has been tempted in every way, just as we are, yet was without sin” (Hebrews 4:15).

      Yes, Jesus understands our temptations and He will help us through them. We need to seek His help daily.

      2. Influential Temptation

      After a while his master’s wife took notice of Joseph and said “come to bed with me!” –Genesis 39:7

      This was sexual harassment in the workplace and it involved the first lady; the Chairman’s wife! She was a lady of great influence and would most probably have used her powers often against people. To therefore resist would have been difficult and dangerous for Joseph. But, resist he did, even though he knew well what she could do because of her influence. As we know, she exacted her revenge to the maximum (Genesis 39:20)!

      Are you facing temptation because of some influential person? Is it in the office or through your boss? Is it in your family circle or in your circle of friends? Are influential people pressurizing you to take ungodly decisions? How are you coping with it?

      On the other hand, maybe you are a person of influence. If so, are you using it to hurt others or to pressure them to do something that dishonors God?

      Think about it, and remember that 1 Corinthians 10:3 includes the promise that “when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out.”

      3. Promotion Temptation

      No one is greater in this house than I am. My master has withheld nothing from me… –Genesis 39:9

      Joseph had risen to a place of trust with Potiphar and been given full executive powers in Potiphar’s business enterprise. He clearly understood that promotion comes from the Lord (Psalm 75:6-7). But with promotion came new challenges as Joseph soon found out. His promotion caught the attention of Potiphar’s wife as he would have had to interact more frequently with her now.

      God’s desire is to bless our work and this may well lead to promotion and success. When that happens, let’s be careful to handle the temptations that come with it, especially pride, greed, lust, compromise, and arrogance.

      We may also want to please our boss and our company more than we please God. We could be tempted to give most of our time to find even greater success and to make more money, often at the expense of neglecting our family and our health.

      Our integrity could well go out the window unless we let God stay in control of our hearts.

      4. Persistent Temptation

      She spoke to Joseph day after day – Genesis 39:10

      Yes, some temptations hit us repeatedly, especially in our weak areas. Whenever our church is in a period of fasting and prayer, I find that good food seems to be around wherever I go! That’s persistent temptation.

      Potiphar’s wife kept persisting ‘day after day’, hoping that Joseph would yield one day. Thank God, he didn’t.

      Are you being tempted to yield to something that is coming against you repeatedly? How do you plan to overcome it? Are you seeking help, prayer, and godly counsel or even running away when needed?

      There is a story about a man who repeatedly asked the Pastor to pray that the cobwebs in his life would be removed. After quite a number of such prayers, the Pastor got tired of removing cobwebs and prayed that God would ‘once and for all’ kill the spider that was making the cobwebs!

      We have to put to death anything that comes against us repeatedly to make us dishonor our Lord.

      5. The Perfect Setting Temptation

      One day, however, no one else was around when he went in to do his work. She came and grabbed him by his cloak... – Genesis 39:11-12

      The stage was ready with a perfect setting for temptation to overpower Joseph. No one was at home, Joseph was alone, and Potiphar’s wife was probably showing no doubts about her intentions.

      Maybe the lights were dim, with romantic music playing in the background. To make it more difficult, she even caught him by the cloak.

      Joseph, in response, may have taken his cue from the athletes of his day, because he followed their example. He ran!

      When the setting is perfect for sin to flourish, we may make excuses saying that “even God would understand.” Joseph could have thought so, too. We may even say that “God allowed it to happen.” But the scripture says that God doesn’t tempt anyone. He will not lead us into anything that dishonors Him.

      There is a story of a University student who had a good reputation for integrity, but blew it one day. When the disappointed Principal talked to the student in his office, he responded by saying that the Principal would probably not be able to find even ten students who wouldn’t have acted in similar fashion given the same circumstances. The wise Principal replied, ‘That’s true son, but you could have beenone of those ten!

      The setting may be perfect to yield to sin, but we are called to please God in every such perfect setting.

      6. Isolation Temptation

      One day he went into the house to attend to his duties and none of the household servants was inside. – Genesis 39:11

      Not only was Joseph alone in the house, but he was also isolated from his home and people. He would have been missing his family and childhood friends. He could have been lonely and in need of comfort, but he refused to sin.

      Predators in the animal kingdom normally look to isolate their targeted prey from the rest of the herd when they hunt. Similarly, Satan is a predator who looks to attack and to devour the weak, the marginalized, and the lonely. Joseph was alone when the temptation hit like a whirlwind. You too will be attacked if Satan is able to isolate you.

      Those who travel out of town or overseas for work, away from family, should be extra careful.

      So, which of the above mentioned 6 temptations are you battling now?

      Here are a few steps that could help you overcome these temptations:

       1. Don’t Battle Alone

      Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed. – Proverbs 15:22

      Find a trustworthy friend or a group you can be accountable to. Seek their advice, counsel, and prayer when needed.

      2. Flee

      Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart – 2 Timothy 2:22 

      This is the Apostle Paul’s advice to young Timothy and that’s exactly what Joseph did. (Genesis 39:12)

      3. Watch Your Eyes

      The Psalmist said, “I will set before my EYES no vile thing” (Psalm 101:3)

      4. Be Careful of the Little Things

      It’s the smaller sins that lead to the bigger ones. Telling little lies can lead to the bigger lies and being dishonest with small change may well lead to outright cheating.

      5. Depend on God’s Strength Daily

      Look for God’s strength daily through prayer (1 Corinthians 10:13), and for His escape route. As someone said, “If He bolts a door, don’t try to jump in through a window!”

      May the Lord’s grace be with you as you face the minefield of temptation.

      Palitha Jayasooriya
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      He went out, not knowing whither he went (Hebrews 11:8).

      It is faith without sight. When we can see, it is not faith, but reasoning. In crossing the Atlantic we observed this very principle of faith. We saw no path upon the sea, nor sign of the shore. And yet day by day we were marking our path upon the chart as exactly as if there had followed us a great chalk line upon the sea. And when we came within twenty miles of land, we knew where we were as exactly as if we had seen it all three thousand miles ahead

      Mrs. Charles Cowman
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      I am writing this treatise as a result of requests made by some Christians to me for enlightenment about what is happening to Christianity in Nigeria, and more importantly, what are we going to do? I acknowledge that “we know in part and we prophesy in part”, (1 Cor. 13: 9) therefore, I shall be sharing from the “part” that I know, fully conscious that other people may still possess superior revelations.

      Bosun Emmanuel
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