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We truly are grateful that you have chosen to check out our website and we hope you follow up on any curiosity you may have on issues of your eternal destiny.  Are you saved?  Do you think that you need salvation?  How can anyone be saved and how does this work?  Does God even exist?  Please read on and, Lord willing, these questions will be addressed.


From Tony Miano’s website about “Discarded Gospel Tracts“.
If you are an unbeliever (someone who is not a born-again Christian) reading this and you have discarded a gospel tract in the past because you disliked or did not believe how the person in the mirror (you) compared to the mirror of God’s law, yet for whatever reason you still believe God hears and answers your prayers (I mention this because I’ve talked to many people who believe this way), then know this. “If one turns away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer is an abomination” (Proverbs 28:9). God ignores your prayers. They are an abomination to Him. Repent and believe the gospel.

While it is true that some people will discard a gospel tract before ever perceiving what it is or before ever reading the tract, more often than not well-written, biblical gospel tracts are discarded for one of two reasons: the person was either convicted by the Law of God (Romans 2:15; Romans 3:19-20) or their hatred of Jesus Christ (John 3:19-20; John 15:23; Romans 1:28-32) is such that the mere mention of His name, even in written form, is offensive to them (1 Corinthians 1:18). A well-written, biblical gospel tract assaults the self-righteous and exposes the futility of their erroneous perceived goodness (Proverbs 21:2) while, at the same time, revealing their hatred of God (Romans 1:28-32). Is it any wonder some people destroy gospel tracts and discard them as trash?

The reality is this. When you die, you are going to stand before God and give an account for your life. Because God is good, He is going to judge you according to the perfect, moral standard of His Law. If you’ve ever lied, stolen, taken His name in vain, He will find you guilty of breaking His Law. And because God is good, He must punish your sin; and the punishment God has ascribed for sin is eternity in Hell.

But God is also merciful, loving, and kind in that He provided one way to escape that punishment; and that was through the gift of His Son Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ: fully-God and fully-Man, without sin. He died a horrible, bloody death on the cross that He did not deserve in order to take upon Himself the punishment you rightly deserve for your sins against God. And then three days later He forever defeated sin and death when He rose from the grave.

What God requires of you is that you repent–that you turn from your sin, and by faith and by faith alone, receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.”

So, please, repent and believe the gospel while God has given you time.



2 Responses to Curious?

  1. diane hattman says:

    Stephen Johnson,

    You told the press about the court in Illinois’ refusal to grant an injunction…
    …because the court sees the matter as an isolated incident, it has not been willing to grant an injunction

    May I suggest a way to show the court this is no isolated incident. Get two or more others to preach there on two separate days and also get harrassed. They can join your lawsuit with the ADF even if they are not arrested. The additional incidents will provide the court the reason it needs to issue the injunction.

    • diane hattman says:

      Sorry. Here is the link to the article.

      Rock Island, Illinois – An evangelist that was threatened with arrest in Illinois for scaring the public with the message of the Gospel is continuing his legal battle against police in an effort to regain his right to preach on the public streets.

      Stephen Johnson told Christian News Network that his attorneys recently added the names of two Rock Island police officers to his official complaint in an effort to hold them accountable for their actions. Johnson, who lives in Colorado, but grew up in Rock Island, Illinois, stated that problems with police began in June 2011.

      “I went on a street corner in downtown Rock Island, and was blocking no traffic, [and I used] no amplification,” he recalled. “I preached for about twenty minutes and handed out some tracts, and then the police came and told me that I was disturbing the peace — that I was raising my voice, and that I was cussing [by using the word 'Hell'.] They said that what I was doing was illegal, and that if I continued, they would arrest me.”

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