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E Bible Fellowship Tracts

E Bible Fellowship has put together three different tracts that share the newly unsealed teachings that God had hidden, until the time of the end. The focal point of these tracts is Judgment Day, which began on May 21, 2011.

Passing out tracts is an excellent way to share these truths with others around the world, country, or even in your hometown.

Below you can view or download each tract.

"He saith to him again the second time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my sheep." (John 21:16)

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Spiritual Judgment Began May 21, 2011

This tract examines the spiritual nature of Judgment Day. In the Bible, we read of physical judgments, such as the worldwide flood, the fire and brimstone that rained down in Sodom and Gomorrah, the ten plagues on Egypt, and various other accounts. But we also read of judgment events that were not physical in nature, but were spiritual. This tract looks at three examples of spiritual judgments found in the Bible.


No More Salvation

This tract looks into the grievous nature of judgment without mercy. In the Bible, we learn that God will first warn the people before He brings a judgment upon them. There was a time where a person could cry out to God for mercy in the hope that God might've saved them. This was known as the "Day of Salvation". When the day of judgment comes, salvation is no longer possible. May 21, 2011 was the beginning of Judgment Day upon the whole world. Since then, God has shut the door of heaven. The only hope that remains is if God saved you before He shut the door, provided you had left the churches, prior to May 21, 2011.


Why is the World So Divided?

This Bible tract looks into the biblical reason why we are seeing so much division in the world today, now more than ever. Mankind has always been divided to some degree, but if you look around, you may notice this world seems more divided than usual -- and this division is not limited to a particular country. You may ask, why is this happening? This tract uses the Bible to answer this question.