Back to chapter 9
Why do I give you a mock presentation of
how to present
on the field? Self explanatory: To show you how to present and use
on the field. Second, with a few attempted diversions of the person
listening to the presentation, to show you how to keep the focus on
Jesus and your intended goal in presenting a tool like
which is to explain to a person what it means to be a Christian and
how to become one. Also,
the training tool for this school of evangelism, is a simplified
outline of your complete presentation of the Gospel. As You share
you will be filling in the information between lines not given in
That is what this Chapter is all about, showing you how to fill in
between the lines so that it becomes a complete presentation of the
Gospel. Chapter 2 of Section 3 of
the Basic Textbook titled "Knowing Jesus Is Eternal Life" is also a
written presentation of the Gospel that follows the outline of
. If you have not been through the Basic Training Program, you
should try to read one of these two chapters once a week during the
first seven weeks of this school of Evangelism until you become so
familiar with the presentation of
that it becomes second nature without your having to think about
what you are going to say. This Chapter will give you understanding
of the intent of what is being communicated in the tract
Until you are this familiar
with your presentation of the Gospel, no matter what method you use,
you will not even begin to understand what it means to be sensitive
to the leading of the Holy Spirit in sharing the Gospel with others.
This is because until you are at a point where you are no longer
thinking about what you want to say, all you will be thinking about
is what you want to say. As long as you are in this stage of your
development in sharing the Gospel, you will be too self-conscious to
hear what the Holy Spirit has to say to you while presenting the
Gospel. There is no way around this stage of development in your
presenting the Gospel. For this reason, more than anything else you
learn in this school of evangelism, you need to master this
My beginning in training in
Evangelism was Campus Crusade for Christís leadership
training program in Evangelism using the Four Spiritual Laws
(4SLís). I read it every day, shared it out loud in front of the
mirror every day and recorded and listened to myself sharing the
4SLís every day until I knew it so well I did not have to think
about what I was going to say. This is what you need to do with
if you are serious about becoming a proficient successful witness of
the love of Jesus Christ. Learning to present the Gospel well is a
skill learned like any skill and is learned through repeated
Your goal in presenting the
Gospel is not to win arguments and prove you are more intelligent
than the person you are witnessing to. Our
is to explain to a person what it means to be a Christian and
how to become one. If you accomplish that in evangelism,
whether the person accepts Jesus or not, you have had a successful
time of witnessing. That is the purpose of using a tool like
A major reason why people do not know Jesus is
not always a lack of desire, but simply because they do not know how
to know Him and receive assurance of salvation.
explains intelligently and Biblically what it means to receive Jesus
as Savior and Lord and then how to do so.
also gives assurance of Salvation and then explains clearly what
they need to do to grow in their relationship with Jesus once they
have received Him.
When I talk about the benefits
of a planned presentation like
, I am not just talking from intellectual pursuit alone, but also
from forty-three years (2012) of weekly sharing the Gospel on the
field with tools like
on the college campus, in juvenile detention centers, on the islands
of Hawaii, in city malls, in internet Chat rooms and at any other
place it has proven appropriate for the situation. During these
forty-three years, several people have walked up to me and said, "Do
you remember me?" I usually reply, "No." They then tell me, "Five
years ago at. . . you shared an Evangelism Tract with me. I thought
about what you shared for months and finally decided to give my life
When using an Evangelism
Tract, you bring in many senses that speaking about the Gospel does
not do alone. Besides
hearing you present it, they are able
also to see
along with what you are sharing. Also, if they are not ready to
receive Jesus, you can leave them with the tract so that they have
something to refer to that will explain to them what to do when they
are ready to receive Jesus (see Chapter 2
of this Section). Also, you can leave your name and address in the
tract for them to get in touch with you when they do receive Jesus.
What I want to do now is
present you with a mock presentation of
Recently I was witnessing with a student at California State
University of Fresno by the name of Bill (Real person, but a
fictitious name). The arguments that he presented really took place.
This is not one of my more difficult encounters, but it is one of
the more common processes of presenting the Gospel. Despite Billís
attempted distractions, I was able to get through the complete
presentation of the Gospel, meaning I was able to explain to him
fully what it meant to be a Christian and how to become one.
Page 1 Illustration
Pastor Dale P. Kruse (DPK): Hi! My name is
Dale Kruse and I am out on the campus today taking a survey on this
book titled: What Is Eternal Life? and I wondered if I could
take a few minutes of Your time and get your honest reaction to it.
Bill (B): Sure! Go ahead.
DPK: Bill, the first page of this book
asks the question "What is Eternal Life?" It states here that
eternal life is knowing Jesus. Jesus Himself speaking said, "And
this is eternal life that they may know you, the only true God and
Jesus Christ whom you have sent." (John 17:3). In this passage Jesus
tells us that he does not just want us to know about Him but that He
wants us to know Him personally. What does knowing Jesus mean? It
means basically two things: first, It means to confess Jesus as Lord
and believe that God the Father raised Him physically from the dead.
The Apostle Paul wrote in the Bible, "If you confess with your mouth
Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from
the dead, you shall be saved" (Rom 10:9).
The Purpose of Page 1 is
to establish what the Gospel is all about and that is that
God seeks not our religious works, but a personal individual
relationship with each one of us. Page 1 also establishes
that just having an intellectual knowledge about who Jesus
Christ is does not save us either. The Devil has
intellectual knowledge, more than probably we do, about who
Jesus is, but he is not saved. Having intellectual knowledge
about who Jesus is makes us knowledgeable about Him, but as
Jesus clearly established in John 17:3 that only knowing
Him, coming into a personal relationship with Him, will save
us and give us eternal life. This page then establishes
foundationally and essentially what the Bible means by
knowing Jesus and then explains what this means throughout
the rest of the tract.
Page 2 Illustration
What is the significance of Jesusí Physical
Resurrection? It is God proving to us absolutely that He does exist,
that the Bible is His only written Word to man, that Jesus really is
His only Son He sent into the World, that death, eternal separation
from God, is sinís penalty, that God accepts Jesusí death in our
place for our sins, and that He will give eternal life to anyone who
receives His Son as Savior and Lord of their lives. The Bible tells
us that over 512 people witnessed the fact of Jesusí physical
resurrection; not 1 or 2 drunksí hallucination, but a well
established historical fact.
is first of all to establish the significance and the
meaning of Jesusí Physical Resurrection and is the
outline for what is discussed in the rest of the tract in
explanation of page 1. However, it is more than this: it is
a complete presentation of the Gospel itself. Often times on
the field you will find that you are just starting to get
through your presentation of the Gospel and you are cut off.
This happens many times on college campuses where the person
you are talking to has little time before needing to get to
his or her next class, or on an outdoor mall during lunch
time when the person you are talking to has to get back to
work. Success in Evangelism is explaining to a person what
it means to be a Christian and how to become one. This is
hard to accomplish if you get cut off in the middle of your
presentation. Sometimes people are initially curious, but as
you begin to share they donít know if they want to continue.
solves this problem for you. If a person has a class
or is in a hurry or not sure he wants to hear the complete
tract presentation, simply ask them if they will allow you
to share the first two pages, then if they have to go you
can leave them with a copy of the tract to finish reading on
their own later. If they are not certain about wanting to
hear the complete tract presentation, once you complete
sharing with them pages 1-2 you can ask them if you may
continue. If they say no, that is okay because as a result
of sharing pages 1-2 you have accomplished your goal and
have had a successful time of presenting the Gospel which is
to explain to a person what it means to be a Christian and
how to become one. You can then leave them with a copy of
the tract for further study on their own.
Page 3 Illustration
DPK: Jesusí physical resurrection proves absolutely
that the Bible is His only written Word to man. Jesus said, "For if you believed
Moses, you would believe Me, for he wrote of Me. But if you do not believe his
writings, how will you believe my words."
In this passage Jesus states
absolutely that Moses is the author of the first five books of the
Bible the Torah; that Moses was writing about Him: Jesus Christ: our
God and Creator; that if we do not believe what Moses wrote about
Creation in six days, about the creation of Adam and Eve, Manís
Fall, Godís judgment of man through the world wide Flood and all
other recorded events in the Bible, that we will not believe His
words either. Jesus further stated that Heaven and Earth will pass
way but that His Words are absolute eternal truths.
I thought Darwin proved evolution was a fact?
Bill, Jesus claimed to be the only True God from Eternity past our
Creator, He claimed that what Moses wrote in Genesis was absolutely
true truth, that the Universe and Man were created in six literal 24
hour solar days. When Jesus was asked what His proof to His claims
were, He didnít say ĎDonít ask questions, just believe!í No! He
didnít say that. What He said in response was ĎKill this human body
of mine that I created and on the third day I will recreate it
healthy and alive to prove to you that My claims are absolutely
true!í Well they did kill Him and on the third day He did recreate
His human body and rise from the dead instantly healthy and alive
with over 512 witnesses to the fact who walked with him for forty
days after His physical resurrection, so they had plenty of time to
examine Him and know He was the same Jesus Christ who had just been
crucified three days earlier. Jesus proved He was who He claimed to
be and that He is God in the flesh our Creator and that He did
create the universe and man instantly in six literal twenty-four
hour days because He just recreated instantly healthy and alive His
own human body. Jesus proved that the Bible is Godís only written
Word to man, His written word to man alone! Darwin, Buddha,
Mohammed, Joseph Smith, they all died, were buried and are dust!
They proved nothing! Bill, that is the significance and meaning of
Jesusí physical resurrection, it proves that what He claimed about
Himself being the only true God, our Creator, and our only means to
salvation is true. Note what the Apostle John wrote about Jesusí
physical resurrection in John 2:22. He wrote,
"When therefore He was raised
from the dead, His disciples remembered that He said this; and they
believed the Scripture, and the word which Jesus had spoken."
Even Jesusí disciples had
doubts about taking the Old Testament literally, but after Jesus
rose from the dead they no longer had any doubts.
:The foundation of
our faith is the BibleóGodís Word. Everything we have to
share about the Gospel comes from the Word of God. If the
person does not believe that the Bible is the Word of God,
what we have to share with them will fall on deaf ears.
Therefore the purpose of page 3 is to establish that the
Judeo-Christian Bible is the Word of God and why we believe
that this is true: Jesusí Physical Resurrection.
What is our proof that
the Bible is Godís Word and Godís Word alone? The Physical
Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It was not until after Jesus
rose from the dead that even His disciples took the Old
Testament literally. "Come on, you donít really believe in
the creation of Adam and Eve, the universal flood, and Jonah
being swallowed by a large-fish do you? That is all fairy
tail stuff, isnít it?" After Jesus rose Physically Alive!
from the dead, His disciples no longer had any doubts.
Page 3 establishes why
we believe the Bible is Godís Word; why we believe Moses is
the author of the first five books of the Bible: the
who Moses was writing about: Jesus Christ, thus clearly
establishing that Jesus is Yehovah God our Creator in the
flesh which establishes why everything Jesus said is
absolutely true truth to base our lives and Salvation on.
Once you have established this, they will listen with total
attention and take to heart with greater intensity and
seriousness everything else you share with them from the
Page 4 Illustration
resurrection also proves His claims about Himself are absolutely
true. Jesus claimed to be God the Son, Godís only Son, to be our
Creator, that He became Man through Holy Spirit conception of the
Virgin Mary, that He died on the Cross for our sins, that 3 days
later He rose from the dead physically alive as absolute proof to
these claims, that forty days later He ascended to Heaven and will
come again physically alive to judge the living and the dead.
Finally, Jesus claimed that he is the ONLY way to God. Jesus
speaking said,"Truly, truly, I say to you, he who does not enter by
the door into the fold of the sheep, but climbs up some other way,
he is a thief and a robber. . . . I am the door; if anyone enters
through Me, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find
pasture." (John 10:1, 9)
I have had Mormons many times on the
field tell me they have received Jesus, but the Jesus they
are talking about is not the Jesus we are talking about.
is to establish clearly what Jesus we
are talking about: not the Jesus of Mormonism which teaches
that Jesus was a man conceived of by Adam through Mary who
was first a man that evolved into a god; and not the Jesus
of Jehovah Witnesses who teach that Jesus is neither God nor
man but Michael the archangel; and not the Jesus of the New
Age movement and Hinduism which teaches that Jesus was just
a prophet of His generation, another way to God; but the
Jesus who taught that He was first God the Creator of the
universe Moses talks about in Genesis, the third person of
the Trinity, who at a point in time became fully man as well
through Holy Spirit conception of the Virgin Mary and who
taught not that He is a way to God, but
to God and Salvation
for our sins. Page 4 of
clearly establishes what Jesus we are talking about and
corrects any wrong assumptions about Jesus they may have
had. If when they pray to receive Jesus, they are not
receiving this Jesus just described, they will not be saved.
Page 5 Illustration
Resurrection also proves absolutely that death, eternal separation
from God, is sinís penalty. The Apostle Paul wrote: "For the wages
of sin is death." (Rom 6:23). Jesus explains to us what the Bible
means by death, He said: "It is better for you to enter the kingdom
of God with one eye, than having two eyes, to be cast into hell,
where their worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched."
Oh common! You donít really believe in a hell with fire do you?
Bill, again that is the significance of Jesus' physical resurrection
from the dead. Besides being the only True God from eternity past
who Created Heaven and Hell, when His human body died He went to the
other side and came back. He would know if there was a Heaven and a
Hell, but that is the negative significance of Jesus' physical
resurrection. Now lets talk about the positive meaning of Jesus'
physical resurrection from the dead.
Bill, Jesusí Physical
Resurrection also proves absolutely that God accepts Jesusí death in
our place for our sins. Paul wrote in the Bible: "He who was
delivered up because of our transgressions, and was raised because
of our justification."
The Purpose of
Todayís generation is completely oblivious to the
consequences of sin as you will discover in reading the
field testimonies in of this Textbook. As long as men are
relying on and hoping in their own works for salvation and
do not know clearly that the Bible teaches that the only way
they can pay sinís penalty is through eternal separation
from God in a fiery hell forever, they wonít recognize or be
open and receptive to Godís
remedy for their sins which is Jesusí
death and shed blood on the cross. Therefore, the purpose of
is, first, to establish clearly that
the penalty of sin is eternal separation from God in a fiery
hell forever and that no amount of works on our part can
remedy this fact. Once this is established they will then be
able to hear clearly without confusion or misunderstanding
what Godís only remedy for their sin is:
on the cross.
also establishes how we know this to
be an absolute truth which is Jesusí Physical Resurrection
from the dead.
purpose of the presentation on this page is to correct false
notions that many cults have about the existence of hell.
Both Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses teach the non-existence
of hell. Jehovah witnesses teach that when we die we are no
more, we cease to exist. Jesusí statement in
establishes clearly hells existence, but that people who go
there do not die and that this torment is forever.
One time while sharing
this Salvation Tract with a Jehovah witness on the field,
when I shared Jesusí statement in Mark 9:47-48, he commented
that he did not know that this passage was in the Bible and
wanted a copy of the tract to look up the references later.
You will find that this tract covers and corrects most major
cult issues without having to comment on them directly as in
this case with the Jehovah Witness.
Page 6 Illustration
Physical Resurrection proves to us absolutely that God will give
eternal life to anyone who receives his Son as Savior and Lord of
their life. What does it mean to receive Jesus Christ as Savior?
First, it means you cannot gain Godís forgiveness for sins repented
of through your own works. The Bible states: "By the works of the
Law no flesh will be justified in Godís sight; for through the Law
comes the knowledge of sin." God did not give us the Law, the Torah
to be saved through attempted obedience to it, but rather to
manifest to us that we are hopelessly lost sinners in need of a
Savior. Second, in light of this, receiving Jesus as Savior means to
accept Godís forgiveness for Your sins through Jesusí death & shed
So, what? Your saying I don't have to go to church three times a
week to be saved?
Bill, Going to church for the Christian is an important activity,
not for salvation, but so that we can learn about God, grow in our
relationship with God, and encourage one another in our Christian
walk. Bill, you can go to church to learn about how to be saved;
however, a person can go to church 365 days out of the year his
whole life, but that will not save him. That is because Bill the
Bible tells us that we cannot be saved through our own works. After
we confess and repent of our sins, the Bible tells us, Bill, that
the only way we can be saved is by coming to God for the forgiveness
of our sins by faith through the death and shed
of Jesus Christ on the cross alone. Note what
the Apostle Paul wrote in
demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet
sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, having now been
justified by His
blood, we shall be saved
from the wrath of God through Him."
Paul tells us
plainly, Bill, that the only thing that will deliver us from God's
wrath against our sins is the death and shed blood of Jesus Christ
on the Cross, not by any works of ours.
is to explain what it means to
receive Jesus as Savior. There are many ways to salvation
proclaimed by the religions of the world: through works,
through water baptism, through speaking in tongues and
through repenting of our sins. While repenting of our sins
is the first step toward Godís salvation for us (John
the Bible is plain that salvation through the law or works
or repentance is impossible. Jesus Himself stated very
that with man salvation is impossible. The reasons for this
are made very clear in of this Section and Chapter 1 of
Section 3. Why then did God give us the Law if not for
salvation? Paul explains to us in
Galatians 3:24 that
God gave us His law to show us that we are hopelessly lost
sinners in need of a savior and therefore to point us to
Godís means of salvation for us through Jesus Christ. As
long as a person thinks he can save himself through his own
works, he is not going to look for a Savior. Therefore,
receiving Jesus as Savior first of all means that we
recognize that we cannot save our selves through our own
If we cannot
be saved through our own works, how are we saved from our
sins? Paul tells us plainly in
only through the death and shed blood of Jesus Christ on the
cross. Therefore, second, by receiving Jesus Christ as
Savior we are telling God the Father that we are coming to
Him for the forgiveness of our sins through His Sonís death
and shed blood on the cross and that alone to save us,
Page 7 Illustration
What does it mean
to receive Jesus Christ as Lord? First, that Jesus loves you and
that He has a present and eternal plan for your life and that He is
the only way to that plan. Jesus said, "I came that you might have
life and might have it abundantly." Concerning this plan Jesus said,
"I am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life; no one comes to the
Father, but through Me."
What? You're saying that Jesus is the only way to God?
Yes! Bill, when Jesus said "I am the way and the truth and the life;
no one comes to the Father, but through
Me," Jesus made the most bigoted
statement of history. Jesus didnít say He was a way to God, an
instructor of Godís truth, no He did not say that. Jesus Christ said
He was the
When Jesus made that
statement, He excluded all other religions and all other ways.
Bill, when a person makes a statement like that, they better have
some proof, right?
Bill, again this is the significance of Jesus' physical resurrection
from the dead: it proves that what He claimed about Himself is true,
that He is the
to God. Buddha, Mohammed, Joseph
Smith, Darwin, they all died and were buried. They are dust!
They proved nothing!
Jesus is alive forevermore.
Jesus proved absolutely He is the
Jesus as Lord means to repent of your sins. The Apostle Paul gives
us an example of what the Bible means by sin, he wrote:
Do not be
deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor
effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor
drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of
Bill, to confess
Jesus as Lord means to turn away from these things. Bill,
Confessing our Sins to God,
Making right our wrongs confessed,
And then bringing forth fruit, continued changed behavior, in
keeping with Repentance. (Matt
: is to explain what
we mean by receiving Jesus as Lord. What does it mean to
receive Jesus as Lord? It means that God has a will and plan
for your life and that there is no other way to that plan
except through Jesus. That is why Jesus died on the cross
for our sins, so we would not spend the rest of our lives
focused on trying to gain Godís forgiveness through works.
Why? Because God has a purpose and plan for our lives and He
wants us focused on that, not on trying to gain His
forgiveness. The writer of Hebrews in
10:10, 12, & 14 makes
plain that Jesusí death on the cross has paid the debt of
all our sins past, present and future. Once we receive Jesus
as Savior and Lord we are forgiven and then free to focus,
not on trying to gain Godís forgiveness for our sins which
we already have through Jesus, but on the will and plan that
he has for our lives.
receive Jesus as Lord means to repent of our sins. Jesus
"And He said to them,
ĎThus it is written, that the Christ should suffer and rise
again from the dead the third day; and that
for forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in His name to
all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem.í"
Repenting of our sins
will not save us or gain Godís forgiveness, but only after
we have repented of our sins will we be able to release our
faith to receive Godís forgiveness for our sins through
Jesusí death and shed blood on the cross. Martin Luther was
a very holy man. He had long confessed and repented of His
sins; but after confessing and repenting of his sins, he did
not have assurance of salvation or Godís forgiveness until
he received Godís forgiveness for his sins by faith through
the death and shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross.
However, neither was Luther able to release his faith in
Godís salvation through Jesusí death and shed blood until he
first confessed and repented of his sins. His problem was
not needing to repent of any sins, but rather how to gain
Godís forgiveness for sins already repented of. This is why
just repenting of our sins will not save us.
However, there are
many who teach and preach that all you have to do to be
saved is receive Jesus as Savior without needing to repent
of your sins. Jesus made plain in John 3:19-21 that this is
impossible. He wrote:
"And this is the judgment, that the light is come into the
world, and men loved the darkness rather than the light; for
their deeds were evil.
For everyone who does evil
not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed.
But he who practices the truth comes to the light, that his
deeds may be manifested as having been wrought in God."
Jesus made plain that
until a person repents of His sin that that person will not
turn to Him. This is in fact why John the Baptist was sent
first to preach to the people to repent: so they would turn
to Jesus when He manifested Himself publically. That is why
we are to preach to people to repent of their sins and what
the Bible teaches sin is that they need to repent of,
because until they repent of their sins, they wonít turn to
Jesus or be interested in the salvation He has for them.
One of the things that
motivated me to write this tract on salvation, besides
emphasizing the relational aspect of Christianity, was that
in sharing the Gospel on the field in the past several years
I came to realize that this generation does not know what
the Bible means by sin. That is why on this page I quote
6:9-10. When I
come to this page and quote this passage, especially to
college students, I get the following responses:
"Homosexuality is sin?
I thought it was genetic, my professor teaches it is
"I thought sex outside
of marriage was okay as long as two people are
consenting. Isnít this necessary for two people to know if
they are compatible before getting married?"
Part of the job of
sharing the Gospel is explaining to people what the Bible
means by sin.
is intentionially designed to do this on this page.
1 Corinthians 6:9-10,
Ephesians 5:5-6, and
the writer of Hebrews in
make it plain that if a person does not
repent of his sins, that Jesusí death and shed blood on the
cross will not save him:
"For if we go on
sinning willfully after receiving the knowledge of the
truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a
certain terrifying expectation of judgment, and the fury of
a fire which will consume the adversaries."
In order to receive
Jesusí death and shed blood on the cross, we must first
confess and repent of our sins. This is why in our sharing
the Gospel we also need to preach to people to repent of
What is involved in
repentance? The word repent, in the Greek
(metanoeo), means three things according to John the Baptist
in Matthew Chapter 3: first, it means to confess our sins to
God, to agree with God that what we have done is wrong
(3:6). Second, repenting of our sins means to make right the
wrongs we have confessed (3:3). Luke records in Luke 19:8-9,
"And Zaccheus stopped and said to the Lord, ĎBehold, Lord,
half of my possessions I will give to the poor, and if I
have defrauded anyone of anything, I will give back four
times as much.í And Jesus said to him, ĎToday salvation has
come to this house, because he, too, is a son of Abraham.í"
Jesus and John the
Baptist make plain that repentance involves making right the
wrongs we have done. Third, repentance involves bringing
forth fruit in keeping with repentance. When the Pharisees
and Sadducees came to John the Baptist to be baptized in
water for the forgiveness of their sins who had no
intentions of discontinuing or making right the sins they
had committed, he gave them the following response:
"You brood of vipers, who warned you to flee from the wrath
keeping with repentance;
and do not suppose that you can say to yourselves, ĎWe have
Abraham for our fatherí; for I say to you, that God is able
from these stones to raise up children to Abraham. And the
axe is already laid at the root of the trees;
that does not
bear good fruit
is cut down and thrown into the fire."
Therefore, third, not
only does repentance mean to confess our sins and make right
the wrongs we have confessed, but it also means to bring
forth fruit, continued changed behavior in life style and
practice, in keeping with what we have repented of.
What does repenting of
our sins not mean? As we have already shared, it does not
mean we can be saved through repenting of our sins. Some
religions will tell you that to repent means to do penance.
Penance involves doing something like community service,
saying prayers over and over again. During the middle ages
it would involve all kinds of self-abasement like whipping
oneself. This is again just another way of trying to gain
Godís forgiveness for our sins through our own works. Martin
Luther, before he discovered that Godís forgiveness was
received by faith, would crawl on his knees up and down
stairs while saying many prayers. This however is not what
Jesus meant when He said that we must repent in order for
His blood to be applied to our sins. The only thing
repenting of our sins means is to confess our sins, make
right the wrong confessed and then continue to bring forth
fruit, continued changed behavior in life style and
practice, in keeping with what we have repented of.
Repentance does not mean anything beyond this.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
The word in the Greek for homosexual is arsenakoitai
(arsenokoitai). It is a compound word
meaning Male Sexual-intercourse (arshn
male, of the male sex & koith
sexual intercourse). it is two males having sex together.154
The word for fornicators in the Greek is pornoi (pornoiv)
which is the word we get pornography from. It refers to sexual
perversions of anykind outside of a man and woman in the bonds of marriage.155
The word adulters in the Greek is moikoi (moicoi;).
It refers to a married person having sexual intercourse with someone other
than their mate.156
My western-civ teacher brought out to us in class that the ten
commandments existed long before Moses claimed to get them from God,
so there is no proof that Moses got the ten commandments from God.
Bill, I can answer this question for you, but I really want to get
Your reaction to this book. If You will let me finish the
presentation, I promise I will answer Your question.
Bill, Paul stated: "Therefore having overlooked the times of
ignorance, God is now declaring to men that all everywhere should
repent, because He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world
in righteousness through a Man whom He has appointed, having
furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead." (Acts
Jesus as Lord means to obey his will and plan for your life revealed
through His Holy Spirit. Jesus Said: "Not everyone who says to Me,
ĎLord, Lord,í will enter the kingdom of
heaven; but he who does the will of My
Father who is in heaven."
Page 8 Illustration
The Apostle John said it this
way, he said, "By this we know that we have come to know Him, if we
keep His commandments. The one who says, ĎI have come to know Him,í
and does not keep His commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not
in him." If a person has truly surrendered to Jesus as Lord, he will
submit to His will and plan for his life.
The Purpose of
Again, the reason why Jesus died on the cross for our sins
was to free us of spending our lives trying to gain His
forgiveness for our sins so we can instead focus on His will
and plan for our lives. Therefore, third, receiving Jesus as
Lord means to submit to the will and plan that He has for
our lives revealed through His Holy Spirit. Both
Jesus and John the Apostle make plain what it means to know
Jesus: It means to obey and fulfill the will and plan that
Jesus has for each of us individually. John and Jesus make
it plain that to call Jesus Lord and not obey Him is to not
know Him, to not be saved. John said that the person who
says he knows Jesus and does not obey him is lying, he does
not know Jesus. Therefore third, to receive Jesus as Lord
means to obey His will and plan for Your life revealed
through His Holy Spirit.
Receiving Jesus as Lord doesnít mean,
"Praise the Lord I am saved," and then to go on living for
oneís self. Jesus did not just come to save us from our sin,
but more importantly He came to save us from ourselves. The
fall of man was his coming into bondage to himself. The
redemption of Jesus through the cross is to deliver us from
our bondage of self-rule back into relationship with God and
to His rule over our lives through the Holy Spirit. Page 8
makes clear this truth.
The word believe in the Greek is pisteuo (pisteuw).
It means to believe in, rely upon, entrust oneself to and obey that person.157
The word does-not-obey in the Greek is apeitheo
(apeiqew). It means to refuse belief and
Page 9 Illustration
This brings us to the next
question which is how do we make Jesus Christ Savior and Lord of our
lives? We do this by literally inviting Him into our hearts. Jesus
said, "Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any one hears My
voice and opens the door, I will come into him, and will dine with
him, and he with Me." The door refers to our hearts. The Heart is
the volitional part of man. It is that part of man that controls his
life and freewill destiny. Jesus says, Surrender that to Me.
Receiving Jesus Christ then into your heart means: 1) to repent of
any known sin in your life; 2) to accept Godís forgiveness for your
sins through Jesusí death and shed blood alone; and, 3) to obey
Jesusí leading in your life through His Holy Spirit.
reaffirms the fact that Christianity is literally
relationship with Jesus and the way we receive Him as Savior
from our sins and as Lord of our lives is by literally
receiving Him into our hearts. The moment we receive Jesus
into our heart we become one spirit with Him (1
Cor 6:17). This means that
whatever is true for Jesus is now true for us: His death
becomes our death for our sins and the penalty of sin is
paid. This also explains why, even though Jesus died for the
sins of the whole world, His death is not applied to our
sins until after we receive Him. Receiving Jesus into our
hearts also means that we are receiving the very life of God
in the person of Jesus Christ, and thus eternal
indestructible life which results in our having eternal life
through our being joined to Jesusí eternal indestructible
Finally to receive Jesus into our hearts
means all we have already discussed: first, it means we
repent of our sins; second, to accept by faith Godís
forgiveness for our sins through Jesusí death and shed blood
on the cross alone, not by any works of ours; and finally,
third, to then obey Jesusí leading in our lives through His
We receive Jesus Christ into
our hearts by Faith! The Apostle Paul wrote: "For by grace you have
been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift
of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast." What
does the bible mean by faith? It does not mean blind faith, meaning
faith without proof or verification; it means knowing that once we
ask Jesus to come into our heart as Savior from our sins and as Lord
of our life, that
He does come in and save us, not as a feeling,
but because He gave us absolute proof that He will do what He
promised when He came back physically from the dead. And what is
Jesusí promise? That He will come into your heart when you ask Him
to. Luke, a Physician in Jesus day, wrote about Jesusí Resurrection:
Page 10 Illustration
"To these He also presented
Himself alive, after His suffering, by many convincing proofs,
appearing to them over a period of forty days, and speaking of the
things concerning the kingdom of God."
The Reason For
How do we know that everything we just shared with the
person we are talking to is true? There are hundreds of
religions and movements in the world claiming that they have
the truth, that their truth is the way. How do we know that
the Christian message is true and all other claimed ways to
salvation are false? Jesus was asked that question by the
Jews of His day. He did not write it off, He said to them in
response paraphrased here,
"Kill me! I
will stay dead and then come back from the dead on the third
day to prove to you that I am Yehovah God your Creator in
the flesh, the only way to God, that there is a heaven and a
hell, an after life and that I am the only means of
salvation that you have, that every thing I say and claim is
absolutely true and that you CAN base your life on
When we share Jesus with people they are
going to want to know how what we have shared with them is
true. Jesusí Physical Resurrection is our proof. We
as Christians have no reason to be timid about the message
of the Gospel, because unlike any other religious founder or
scientist of history, our founder came back from the dead to
give us absolute proof that His message is absolute truth.
Jesusí Physical Resurrection from the dead is the
basis for our having unwavering faith in the message. It is
our proof that when we ask Jesus to come into our hearts
that He will come in, that He will do what he said He would
do (1 Cor 15). Page 10 makes this absolute truth clear so
that the person knows he now has no excuse for not accepting
the message and Jesus as Savior and Lord. Page 10 also makes
clear to the person how he can know Jesus will save him when
he asks Him in.
The Bible talks about two kinds
of people: Self-Controlled and Christ-Controlled. A self-controlled
person is a person who is motivated and controlled through their
soul, their intellect and feelings and through their flesh their
appetite and desires which often times results in discord,
disharmony and frustration. This is symbolized by these different
dots here. The cross represents Jesus knocking saying He would like
to come in, but God is a gentleman, He will not just force His way
into a person's life.
Page 11 Illustration
on the right represents a Christ-controlled life. This person by an
act of his own free will has responded to Jesusí invitation and has
invited Jesus Christ into his life and placed Him on the throne, the
control center of his life. As a result, a Christ- controlled person
is a person who is motivated and controlled by Jesus through their
human spirit. These dots which are now in an ordered pattern does
not mean that this person does not have problems, everybody in life
has problems. What they symbolize are that as this person puts his
trust in Jesus Christ not only for salvation, but as he seeks His
counsel concerning the separate individual areas of his life that it
results in harmony with God's purpose and plans for his life despite
Bill, if you were to place
yourself between one of these two people, which of these two people
would you say best represents your life?
The person on the left.
Which person would you like to have represent your life?
The person on the right.
The Purpose of
After listening to
all this intellectual Biblical truth through word and text,
a person can get lost in the true meaning about what we are
trying to communicate. Why all this information then? If you
are witnessing to a Mormon, he will tell you he has received
Jesus as Savior and Lord, but which Jesus is he talking
about? The Jesus presented in this tract or the Jesus of
Mormonism which was a man conceived of supposedly by Mary
having had relations with Adam? This Jesus is not the same
Jesus we are talking about who is Yehovah God first, the
Creator of the universe and who in time took on a human
nature through Holy Spirit conception of the Virgin Mary. If
you pray and receive the Jesus of Mormonism, you will not be
saved. Only when You receive the Jesus of the Bible
presented in this tract will you be truly saved. That is why
it is absolutely necessary to go through and present the
information in this tract before going on to page 11.
Success in Evangelism is not whether we get someone to pray
and receive Jesus as Savior and Lord, but whether he or she
understands truly what it means to be a Christian and how to
become one. Everything in this tract, including page 11 and
12 successfully accomplishes this goal.
provides us a way to explain it again simply, clearly and
illustratively through the diagram on this page. Through
this diagram you are able to explain again clearly what the
difference is between what it means to know and not know
God. This page also introduces to the person, in most cases
for the first time, the Bibleís teaching on the creation and
constitution of man. For this reason, it is very important
that you memorize word for word the above explained way to
present this page because all content here is vital for them
to understand. This illustration is a simple covering of
Chapters -7- and
-8- of this Section and
Chapter 1 of Section 3.
Man does not understand
that what his problem is, is not what he does or does not
do, but his dead spirit, that what he does he does out of
the initiative of his soul and flesh, not by Jesusí
initiative through the Holy Spirit through His human spirit.
Page 11 makes this clear and also explains more clearly what
we mean by receiving Jesus as Savior and Lord. By the time
you have shared this page the person should clearly
understand what all you have shared with them and be ready
to make an intelligent decision to receive or reject Jesus
as Savior and Lord and what the consequences are if he or
she does not.
The following explains
how you can know Jesus personally: The way you come to know Jesus is
by Literally inviting Him into your Heart. What is stated here is a
suggested prayer. It states:
"Jesus, I confess to You that
I am a sinner and repent of my known sins. I ask You now to come
into my heart as Savior from my sins and as Lord of my life.
Heavenly Father, thank You for forgiving my sins through Your Sonís
death and shed blood on the cross and that I now have eternal life.
Now take control of my life, and through Your Holy Spirit lead me
into your will and plan for my life; in Lord Jesus Christ of
Nazarethís name , amen"
Would you like to pray and ask
Jesus into your heart?
Yes, I would!
Then I will pray this prayer again right now slowly. Repeat it after
(Phrase by phrase, the prayer
is prayed out loud together)
Page 12 Illustration
of page 12:
It is not enough to explain to a person what it means to be
a Christian and how to become one, we are not done until we
have challenged and encouraged them to receive Jesus Christ
as Savior and Lord.
even though people know they need to receive Jesus, they are
not able to take that final step. They are held back for
many reasons. They know that receiving Jesus as Savior from
their sins and as Lord of their life is the right thing to
do, but are not able on their own to release their faith to
make this most important life decision. That is where you
and I come in. Only as we confront and encourage them to
receive Jesus Christ do they then find the courage to make
this decision. This is what Paul is talking about in
when he states,
"For in it
the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith
as it is written, ĎBut the righteous man shall live by
This in fact
is why Jesus commands us to share our faith with others. Men
and women are only able to release their faith in Jesus as
they see and hear the faith we have in Jesus. Our faith
gives them the courage to have saving faith and receive
Jesus as Savior and Lord. From
The prayer on
this page also introduces them right off to the Trinity and
the involvement of the Trinity-God in their lives, even in
the process of praying for salvation.
Did you just pray and
ask Jesus into your heart?
you did, then according to Jesusí promise in Revelation 3:20, where
is He right now in relation to You?
In my heart?
The Bible teaches, Bill, that to have
Jesus in your heart
to have Eternal Life. God the Father testifies through the Apostle
1 John 5:11-12,
the witness is this, that God has given us eternal life, and this
life is in His Son. He who has the Son has the life, he who does not
have the Son of God does not have the life."
the Father tells us that there is only one thing which determines
whether or not we have eternal life and will go to heaven, and that
is by whether or not we have his Son Jesus Christ living in us.
Jesus gives us a further promise in Hebrews 13:5
which solidifies this truth. He tells us: "I will never ever desert
you, nor will I ever ever ever forsake you." Jesus promises us
emphatically in this passage that he will not leave or desert us
once we have invited Him in. Because this is true, the Fatherís
promise becomes all the more meaningful that to have the son is to
have eternal life. If Jesus will not leave us forever, then, so to
speak, if the Father were to kick you out of heaven, he would have
to kick His Son out also, because Jesus said He would never, never,
never leave or forsake you.
Page 13 Illustration
is to give the New
Christian assurance of salvation and to help them understand
the significance of what they just did in prayer. This page
also helps you to know if they really did just pray and
receive Jesus as Savior and Lord.
people just want to please you and make you think they are
sincere and so will pray the prayer with you, but only the
prayer prayed with sincerity and faith will lead to
salvation. If the person does not understand and cannot
answer these questions as was demonstrated above, he or she
probably does not really understand what they are doing. In
that case you need to go over Revelation 3:20 with them
again, explaining that Jesus wants to enter into a personal
relationship with them and that the prayer is just for the
purpose of helping them invite Him in. You also need to
explain to them again what receiving Him means: that they
are receiving Him as
Lord meaning they are letting go of their lives to now allow
Him to lead them into His will and purpose for their lives.
When you have done
that, then ask them again if they would like to receive
Jesus again, only this time with saving faith. If they are
not sincere, they will tell you so and you can leave a tract
with them to read again on their own later. If sincere, this
time when you pray with them they will experience salvation.
Some times it is just a difficulty of
releasing faith. In this case you just need to gently
re-explain and coach them until they understand and can pray
with saving faith. I have a real live testimony of just such
a case that took place on the field in Section 6,
Chapter 3 titled "The
Faith that Saves."
Bill, now that you have received Jesus as Savior and Lord the
following things are true:
One, you have been united
with Jesus in His death and thus his death has paid the penalty
of all your sins past present and future never needing to be
Two, you have received
Godís eternal indestructible life in the person of Jesus Christ
and thus eternal life which means you are saved and going to
Three, You have received
and are sealed in the Holy Spirit which means your human spirit
has been brought back to life and made one spirit with the Holy
Spirit which means you are born-again and have entered back into
unhindered communion and relationship with God.
Four, You are now Godís
adopted child which means you inherit His kingdom.
Bill, do you have
Yes I do!
Bill, when you get home I encourage you to look up the passages
listed after each of these points here in the tract.
Page 14 Illustration
You want to encourage the New Christian to look up and read
the Scriptures at the end of each of these points. It will
encourage and solidify the meaning of their salvation.
Page 15 Illustration
Bill in order to grow in Jesus, you need to do the following three
things: first, you must learn to know what is truly Jesusí voice.
Jesus said: "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they
follow Me; and I give eternal life to them." Bill I have four books
here which teach you how to know what is truly Jesusí voice. They
are the following:
Is the Answer to Your Needs,
Bring a Person
to Saving Faith
in Jesus Christ
Bill, these books can be ordered on the website address listed
in the back of this tract, but what I would like to do right now is
give you this book titled
Is the Answer to Your Needs.
This is because this book will give you assurance of Salvation, it
will also teach you how to relate to Jesus in prayer for the answer
to your needs, how to know what is truly Jesusí voice, how to know
what is Jesusí will and plan for your life, and how to succeed in
that plan. I encourage you to start reading this immediately. Bill,
I also want to encourage you to read through the Gospel of John in
your Bible. This Gospel talks about who Jesus is and His desire to
have a personal relationship with each of us individually, so I
encourage you to read that also.
At this point you
want to arrange with the person when the two of you can get together to go over
what they are learning from the reading of this book. In the inside back cover
of WEL are listed the four books mentioned on discipleship that
are vital for spiritual growth and maturity.
These four books on discipleship are also
what you will be learning in four Sections of this Textbook
on Evangelism (Sections -1-,
-5-). As much as is
possible, you will want to take them through all four books.
What they learn in these four books will lay a foundation,
if put into practice, which will assure their ongoing growth
and maturity in Jesus and how to deal with most issues they
will encounter in their walk with Jesus.
Chapter 9 of Section 5
titled "How to Disciple a New Christian" explains the value
of each of these books for Discipleship training and how to
take the New Christian through them.
Page Inside Back Cover Illustration
Second, Bill to grow in Jesus you
need to become an active part of a fellowship of Christians. The
"And let us consider how to stimulate one
another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling
together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another and
all the more, as you see the day drawing near."
Bill, do you
belong to a Church?
Bill, if you are interested, you are more than welcome to come and
fellowship at our church. Here is a church brochure which explains
the times of our services. Bill, if you would like to attend church
with me this Sunday, when I am done sharing with you the information
we can work out details for getting together Sunday morning. Okay?
Ya! That sounds Great!
Third, Bill once you are established in a church
you need to be baptized in water in the name of the Father and the
Son and the Holy Spirit. Jesus said: ". . . make disciples of all
the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son
and the Holy Spirit." Water Baptism is our witnessing to the World
we have received Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and our first
opportunity to show we have really made Jesus Lord of Our lives by
obeying his first command to us.
Page 16 Illustration
If the person does not have a Church, invite them to your
Church, then make whatever arrangements you need to to go
together if needed. Once you get to Church, introduce them
to the Pastor and to as many brethren as is convenient so
they can begin to make new friends in the family of God.
Also encourage them about the importance of water baptism
and encourage them to talk with the Pastor about this
important step in their walk with Jesus.
If you are able, also call them during
the week to see how they are getting along and to answer any
questions they may have. Become their friend. Also encourage
them to begin reading the Bible, especially the Gospel of
John to start with. The Gospel of John focuses on the
relational aspect of our walk with Jesus. If they do not
have a Bible, give them one. Take some New Testaments along
with you when you go witnessing so you can give them one if
they do not already have one. You can buy some for as little
as a $1.00 a New Testament.
Bill, if a person has truly received Jesus as Savior and Lord it
will be evidenced by their unashamed public confession of Jesus as
Savior and Lord. Bill, it is important that you share with your
family and friends that today you Received Jesus as Savior and Lord.
This will solidify the decision and commitment that you made today,
Okay! I'll do that.
Bill let me start this over, if a person has truly received Jesus as
Savior and Lord it will be evidence by their unashamed public
confession of Jesus as Savior and Lord, by their love for the
Children of God, by their changed life, by their ongoing growing
relationship with God, by their
obedience to Jesusí commands, by their hunger and thirst for
righteousness, and by their hatred toward sin. Bill, when you have
time, I encourage you to look up the passages after each of these
Bill, the Bible states: "But as many as received Him, to them He
gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe
in His name." Godís Word states that once you receive Jesus, you
become His child. If you are His child and I am His child, what does
that make us?
Welcome to the family of God brother (While shaking his hand)!
Page 17 Illustration
New Christians need to understand
clearly the meaning of their commitment right off the start.
Often for Christians their walk with Jesus becomes nothing
more than, "Ten years ago I gave my life to Jesus;" Or,
"Yes, I go to Church;" but as far as His will and plan for
their lives, they are not interested. This is not always
their fault. In many cases they did not receive any
discipleship training after coming to know Jesus and they
are not aware of what Jesus really desires of them in their
walk with Him. This is why followup after commitment is so
important. When they are freshly new born babes in Jesus is
when they will be most receptive to discipleship training.
They need to start seeking Jesus for His will and plan for
their lives immediately and get into the habit of walking in
it immediately. For this reason you need to pursue
discipleship training with them as much as is possible
without bruising the fruit.
This is where
comes in. This page allows you to
explain to them in closing what their now knowing Jesus
means, not just going to Church on Sunday, but an exchange
of ownership and purpose: Jesus now owns them through having
purchased them with His blood; and a new purpose: the will
and plan He has for their lives.
encourages them of the
importance of taking this new commitment seriously and to
their needing to pursue it with all their hearts and not
just make it a passive nominal commitment.
Example of a
Negative Reaction to Receiving Jesus:
What I have just illustrated is a positive reaction to the
Gospel. My presentation of the Gospel did not actually end
this way with Bill. After presenting the Gospel up to the
explanation of the difference between a self-controlled life
and a Christ-controlled life, when I asked Bill which life
was his, he said the Self-controlled life. Our conversation
then went as follows:
Would you like to pray and ask Jesus into your heart?
No, I am
happy right where I am.
Bill, if you ever decide you would like
to receive Jesus as Savior and Lord, the following explains how
you can know Jesus personally: The Way, You come to know Jesus
is by literally Inviting Jesus into your Heart. What
is stated here is a suggested prayer. It states,
"Jesus, I confess to
You that I am a sinner and repent of my known sins. I ask You now to
come into my heart as Savior from my sins and as Lord of my life.
Heavenly Father, thank You for forgiving my sins through Your Sonís
death and shed blood on the cross and that I now have eternal life.
Now take control of my life, and through Your Holy Spirit lead me
into your will and plan for my life; in Lord Jesus Christ of
Nazarethís name , amen."
Bill, would you like
to pray and ask Jesus into your heart?
Bill: No, not
Bill, did you understand the
contents of this tract, what it means to be a Christian and how to
Bill, thank You for giving me ten minutes of
your time to share this with you and get your reaction. You may keep
this book to look at for yourself. Bill concerning your earlier
question about whether Moses was the first person to receive the ten
commandments or not: nothing in the Bible indicates that Moses was
the first person to receive the ten commandments. All it does
indicate is that at a point in time, God did give Moses His moral
laws by which to manage His people. The Bible teaches that Godís
moral character never changes. The day God created Adam and Eve, the
moral law contained in the ten commandments was as much in play as
when God gave the ten commandments to Moses. The fact that God did
give Moses the ten commandments was proved absolutely true through
the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Again this is the significance of
the Resurrection: it proves to us that the claims of Jesus Christ
are absolutely true. Jesus always referred to the first five books
of the Bible as the Law of Moses and quoted repeatedly from it and
the Old Testament to back his authority for what he had to say.
Jesus claimed that the Old Testament was absolutely true truth
morally and historically. The events which took place in the Old
Testament really did take place. Jesus proved to us that they did
and that the moral law of the Old Testament really was given to
Moses by God by coming back from the dead to prove to us that it was
absolutely true truth. Tell your Western-Civ teacher to die, lay in
a warm grave for three days and then come back from the dead
physically alive to prove his claims and then you can base your life
on what he claims is true.
Outside Back Cover Illustration
gave Bill two of my books to read for further consideration on the
Absolutely. The second
book documents the absolute reliability of the Bible through
manuscript transmission, historically, scientifically, and
prophetically. The content of both of these books is part of the
training material contained in this textbook in Sections
3 and -7-.
answer to Bill to begin with may have been just this simple. It may
not have been. We may have gotten off into a long discussion on the
matter, Bill would have had to leave for a class and I would not
have succeeded in explaining to Bill what it meant to be a Christian
and how to become one. All I would have done is impress him with my
intelligence, but would have failed to explain to him what it meant
to be a Christian and how to become one. This
is why I asked him to wait until the presentation was completed,
then we could spend all night discussing his Western-Civ class and
other matters which might have been blocking him from releasing his
faith in Jesus as Savior and Lord.
In Billís case, I was convinced Bill had a moral
problem and was trying to justify it with his Western Civ Teacherís
argument. Evangelism is not arguing with people to become a
Christian. Evangelism is explaining to a person what it means to be
a Christian and how to become one. If you communicate that in your
presentation of the Gospel, you will have had a successful time of
presenting the Gospel. I had a successful time of presenting the
Gospel to Bill and was able also in the end to
answer his arguments against the Gospel; but I did it without
failing to first explain to him what it meant to be a Christian and
how to become one. Section 6 titled,
Testimonies of Evangelism on The
Field, give several case examples of the kind of arguments
you might encounter on the field and how to deal with them. Also
Chapter 2 of Section 3 titled,
"Knowing Jesus Is Eternal Life," goes into greater depth about the
meaning, value and use of
Bibliography & Notes
Section 1 Chapters
Top of Page