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Personal Edition of the Gospel of John -- Second Printing!
Attention all users!
We're excited to announce the second printing of the Gospel of John Personal Edition booklets! You may already be familiar with our ongoing city campaigns where we have been mailing out hundreds of thousands of Gospel of John booklets to major cities like New York, San Francisco, Houston, etc.
But now we are making the same attractively-printed Gospel of John booklets available at any quantity for individual, personal use at an extraordinarily low cost.
Designed for outreach! The Gospel of John has been used more frequently than any other to bring people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ; it was written for that purpose. The first page is intentionally left blank so you can write your own personal message or stick a label with your church's contact information.
Ready-to-print church labels! You can easily print pre-formatted labels that you can use to stick to the inside front cover. Go to the ABOUT section of any broadcaster homepage and look for the "PRINT LABEL" button and help promote your own local church!
Quality printing makes it the perfect booklet. The 5x7" booklet is the perfect size and is printed with a full-color cover. The actual text layout is one of the best formats we've encountered in the KJV and lends itself to an easy-to-read style, broken up by paragraphs, not verses.
Lowest possible cost. This booklet is specially prepared for SermonAudio.com through our unique partnership with the Trinitarian Bible Society, and therefore, we are able to make these available to our audience at an incredible 15 cents per booklet!
Peter Ramsay wrote: I love the presentation - the look of the Gospel of John. If it ever becomes available in a slightly easier version for non-churched people, not familiar with 1500AD English, I would love to order copies for Gospel outreach.
Hesitate not, Peter. Better a "difficult" John's Gospel for sinners to read than none at all. Besides which, I think if you were to read John's Gospel in the KJV, it would not seem so hard after all. The Holy Spirit can take his word and make it powerful and saving in the heart of a dead, blind and deaf sinner who is rebelling against God. Such is the power of the loving God.
I love the presentation - the look of the Gospel of John. If it ever becomes available in a slightly easier version for non-churched people, not familiar with 1500AD English, I would love to order copies for Gospel outreach.
Frank Dombrosky wrote: What a great idea this is! I've been searching for a Gospel of John in the KJV to use in my tract ministry. This is just what I need. I will place a tract I have written based on John 3:16 inside each booklet. A perfect combination. Many thanks to Sermon Audio!
Good to read your comment, Frank!
And what an excellent opportunity this is for anyone with a heart for lost sinners to stock up with the most readable portion of God's word to give out. At this sort of price there is no excuse for anyone not to buy some and give them out to unsaved relatives, friends, strangers on the street, anyone. The word of God is "quick and powerful". Let us never underestimate the effect it can have in people's lives.
And may the Lord bless your little explanatory tract, Frank, in helping sinners into the right way, and coming to trust in the only Saviour.
Nothing missing, you have a valid point, either using the Gospel of John or The Roman Road, some parts of Scripture can be used to focus not on the potential new believer mind what is important, but also help focus the presenter of the Good News in how he presents the message. It helps keep people on track. Nothing stopping you from buying a low-priced bible, and giving that away after the presentation.
Nothing missing by your standard even the Apostles were subtracting by sending out letters with just parts of the Old Testament quoted. There are parts of the world where pages are ripped out and passed around from family to family because they can't get enough complete bibles, are they subtracting from the Word? By your standard every single sermon on this site in written format that has biblical quotes is guilty of subtracting from the word.
"And whoever subtracts from the words of the Scripture of this prophecy, God shall subtract his part from The Tree of Life and from The Holy City, those things which are written in this book." -Holy Bible
Is this Book of John project really sharing the whole council of God for those who are perishing? Is each recipient at risk of having "his part [subtracted] from The Tree of Life and from The Holy City"?
What a great idea this is! I've been searching for a Gospel of John in the KJV to use in my tract ministry. This is just what I need. I will place a tract I have written based on John 3:16 inside each booklet. A perfect combination. Many thanks to Sermon Audio!
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary wrote: John 1:1: 1-5 The plainest reason why the Son of God is called the Word, seems to be, that as our words explain our minds to others, so was the Son of God sent in order to reveal his Father's mind to the world. What the evangelist says of Christ proves that he is God. He asserts, His existence in the beginning; His coexistence with the Father. The Word was with God. All things were made by him, and not as an instrument. Without him was not any thing made that was made, from the highest angel to the meanest worm. This shows how well qualified he was for the work of our redemption and salvation. The light of reason, as well as the life of sense, is derived from him, and depends upon him. This eternal Word, this true Light shines, but the darkness comprehends it not. Let us pray without ceasing, that our eyes may be opened to behold this Light, that we may walk in it; and thus be made wise unto salvation, by faith in Jesus Christ.