If you’ve been around this blog for long, you know we offer free printable gospel tracts for all kinds of occasions. We have tracts for New Year’s, Valentine’s, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. And now, thanks to the suggestion of an astute reader, we have free printable gospel tracts for Easter, as well.
That reader works in a church-run food pantry and tells me she likes to enclose a seasonal tract in the boxes of groceries she hands out. But the following tracts would also be a perfect addition to Easter baskets or greeting cards, as well. Or fold one around a generous tip for your waiter or waitress or your taxi or Uber driver. We have six designs (so far) to choose from:
Easter Egg Tract: Why not search for something that lasts?
In Jeremiah 29:13, God tells His people, “You will seek Me and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart.” If only we would seek after Him with the same enthusiasm kids display when hunting eggs!
Good Shepherd Tract: We’re all lost without Jesus!
As noted in Isaiah 53:6, “All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned, every one, to his own way; and the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.” We are hopelessly lost without Christ. Thankfully, Jesus is a good shepherd and willingly laid down His life for His flock. Do you listen for His voice and follow hard after Him?
Easter Story Tract: It’s the greatest story ever told!
Freedom from sin and forgiveness in Christ. What could be better news than that? This tract notes that all who put their faith and trust in Jesus will be saved.
Spring Blossoms Tract: Flowers wither, and our lives do too.
Life is frail and fleeting, but eternity is forever. Thanks to the sacrificial death of Christ, we can spend that eternity in heaven with Him. Hallelujah! What a Savior!
Passover Lamb Tract: Jesus sacrificed His life for us.
Pure and spotless Lamb of God, Jesus took the punishment for our sins upon Himself. The day will come when every knee shall bow and every tongue confess, “Worthy is the Lamb who was slain.
Easter Bonnet Tract: How about donning the helmet of salvation, instead?
In generations past, ladies wore their fanciest bonnet and best dress on Easter Sunday. But do you know what’s far more important than our physical clothes? Our spiritual attire. Make sure you daily dress in the armor of God.
I hope you will enjoy using these gospel tracts this Easter (and during the Lenten season every year). For more Christ-focused ways to celebrate this season, check out these posts. Or purchase a copy Because He Lives, my devotional journal for Easter.