Life’s Great Questions – A Gospel Tract

Life’s Great Questions tract – FRONT

You are welcome to download this Word .doc and edit with your contact information. The page is set up for four front-and-back bookmark-sized tracts. I recommend saving as a .pdf and uploading that to your preferred cardstock printing service.

Life’s Great Questions (AND their answers):

1. Why do we need Jesus to save us?

A. Because we are born dead in our sin.

Ephesians 2:1

2. What does that mean?

A. It means that our sin has separated us from God.

Romans 3:23

3. What is sin?

A. Sin is disobeying God’s laws: not loving Him, not loving others, stealing, lying, and more.

1 John 3:4

4. Why does God get to make laws everyone has to follow?

A. Because He is the Creator, Sustainer, and Sovereign Ruler over all things. His Creation, His rules.

Psalm 103:19

5. Can’t we just try to live a good life?

A. You can certainly try, but you’ll never be good enough. God’s standard is perfection.

Romans 3:10

6. Then how can we be saved from sin if there’s no hope for us to be good enough?

A. That’s why we need Jesus. Jesus is the Son of God who, before time began, purposed with God the Father to save us because He knew we’d need Him.

John 3:16

7. How does Jesus save us?

A. Jesus was born into history, lived a righteous (sinless) life we could never live, and took God’s wrath for sin upon Himself to save people like you and me. He died a physical death and rose again to live forever so that we can live forever with Him.

Romans 5:8

8. So Jesus isn’t dead?

A. No! He is alive and is seated at the place of honor at God’s right hand in Heaven. There He advocates for us and prepares a place for us to live with Him forever.

1 Corinthians 15:3-4

9. What if I like who I am and what I do even if it is sin?

A. That’s possible. But if what you’ve read here about Jesus makes you have grief and feel sorry because of your sin, then that is evidence of the work of God the Holy Spirit changing your heart.

Ezekiel 36:26

10. What must I do to be saved?

A. Repent & believe! Turn away from sin and believe in Jesus and what He has done. Sin is no match for Jesus!

Mark 1:15

Original Hymn: Welcomed to the Table

Feel free to sing this hymn in your church without changes, addition, or omission. Let me know all about it in the comments or via message here or on social media.

SHEET MUSIC

Welcomed to the Table | Words & Music: Ryan Cornett

Welcomed to the table of the King 1
Though no worth unto this meal we bring 2
Come! Rememb’ring Him, we dine and sing 3

Like no bread the fathers ate and died 4
This His body, broken for His Bride 5
Eat! Proclaiming Christ the crucified 6

This the cleansing blood of our High Priest 7
From His cup the low, the last, the least 8
Drink! Awaiting Heaven’s wedding feast 9

1 (1 Corinthians 10:17, Ephesians 2:13)
2 (Job 35:7, John 6:53-57)
3 (1 Corinthians 11:24; Matthew 26:30)
4 (John 6:58)
5 (1 Corinthians 10:16, 1 Corinthians 11:24)
6 (1 Corinthians 11:26)
7 (Hebrews 7:27, 9:12; 1 John 1:7)
8 (Job 22:2, Mark 2:17, Luke 17:10)
9 (Matthew 26:29, Revelation 19:7-9)

Our church really only sings one hymn about the Lord’s Supper, so I studied scripture and wrote this. I wanted to be brief (your church can sing this in about one minute) and really make clear what God’s people are invited and expected to do.

Believers are invited to come, eat, and drink. In partaking of the Lord’s Supper, we do so in remembrance of Him, we proclaim His death until He comes, and we await His coming and the marriage supper of the Lamb!