What I've been doing as of late is taking gospel tracts from some preachers of the past. Found two that I like a lot. Picture on the front and phone number and website on the back on half sheet of paper.
THE WAY OF SALVATION
by A. W. Pink
What must I do to be saved?
Saved from what?
What is it You wish to be saved from?
That proves nothing. Nobody wants to go there.
The issue between God and man is SIN.
Do you wish to be saved from it?
What is sin?
Sin is a species of rebellion against God.
It is self-pleasing; it is the utter ignoring of
God's claims, being completely indifferent whether
my conduct pleases or displeases Him.
Before God saves a man, He convicts him of his 'sinnership'.
By this I do not mean that he says with everybody else,
"Oh yes, we are all sinners, I know that."
Rather do I mean that the Holy Spirit makes me feel in my
heart that I have been a life-long rebel against God, and
that my sins are so many, so great, so black, that I fear
that I have transgressed beyond the reach of divine mercy.
Have you ever had that experience?
Have you seen yourself to be totally unfit for heaven?
-and unfit for the presence of a Holy God?
Do you now perceive that there is no good thing in you,
nothing good credited to your account, that all the way
through life, you have loved the things God hates,
and hated the things God loves?
Has the realization of this broken your heart before God?
Has it made you MOURN that you have so despised His mercies,
misused His blessings, neglected His word, and given Him
no real place at all in your thoughts, affections and life?
If you have not yet seen and felt this personally,
then at present there is no hope for you, for God says,
"Except you repent, you shall all likewise perish." -Luke 13:3
And if you die in your present condition,
you will be lost forever.
But if you have been brought to the place where sin is your
greatest plague, where offending God is your greatest grief,
and where your deepest desire is now to please and honor Him,
then there is hope for you.
"The Son of man came to seek and to save that which was LOST"
(Luke 19:10). And He will save you, providing you are ready
and willing to throw down the weapons of your warfare against
Him, bow to His Lordship, and surrender yourself to His
His blood can wash the foulest clean.
His grace can support and uphold the weakest.
His power can deliver the tried and tempted.
"Behold NOW is the accepted time; behold,
NOW is the day of salvation" (2 Cor. 6:2).
Yield yourself to Christ's claims.
Give Him the throne of your heart.
Turn over to Him the regulation of your life.
Trust in His atoning death.
Love Him with all your soul.
Obey Him with all your might
and He will conduct you to heaven.
"Believe on the LORD Jesus Christ and you shall be saved"
The sin of rejecting the Saviour is the sin of sins. The sin of thinking lightly of Christ, of turning the back upon Gods unspeakable gift, of refusing to receive, love, and obey His only beloved Son, is the sin which seems, like Aarons rod, to swallow up every other. It is the master sinthe sin on which the great indictment will be made out against the ungodly world, in the day when God shall make inquisition for blood. It is a sin, too, of which the devils have never been guilty. To them the Saviour has never been sent. Before their eyes the cross has never been lifted. Along their gloomy coasts no tidings of redeeming mercy have ever echoed. To reject the Saviour, thento turn your back upon the cross to heed not the glad tidings of redemption, and to die in that state, is to pass to the judgment, guilty of a sin, from the charge of which even Satan himself will be acquitted! This is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men love darkness rather than light, because their deeds are evil.