Since I’ve already published gospel tracts for holidays such as New Year’s, Valentine’s, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, I thought some gospel tracts for Independence Day might be in order.
The front page of each tract displays a familiar patriotic phrase, then the inside and back pages offer a Biblical perspective on the sentiment. Here are the four designs I’ve come up with so far:
This declaration, popularized by Nathan Hale, is a good reminder that ONE LIFE is all any of us gets. So we’d better make it count.
Thomas Paine once observed, “Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as freedom should not be highly rated.” The Bible tells us, “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free” — and indeed, our freedom cost Him dearly.
Having a pair of well-functioning eyes is no guarantee you will see the things that matter most. Perhaps that’s why the Bible reminds us “we walk by faith, not by sight.” (2 Corinthians 5:7)
Patrick Henry rallied his countrymen with the cry, “Give me liberty or give me death.” The Bible offers people the same choice, so we need to pick wisely.
I count myself incredibly blessed to live in America. But for those of us who believe in the LORD Jesus Christ, we are infinitely more blessed to have an eternal home awaiting us in heaven.
I hope you’ll use these Independence Day Gospel Tracts to spread the good news about forgiveness and freedom from sin that God freely offers to all who place their faith and hope in Him.
More American Heritage Printables
Want more fun printables for folks who love the LORD, love America, and long to see our country return to its Christian roots? You can browse through all of our past patriotic posts by following this link: American Heritage Printables. Or, if you’d prefer a bound volume, check out my devotional journals. The one in the center of the lineup below, God Bless America, was made just for patriotic citizens like you.
Packed with inspiring thoughts from our founding fathers and other great Americans, this journal will inspire you to think deeply about what it means to be a citizen of this great country. What is our responsibility to the rest of the world? How do we ensure the guiding principles on which our nation was established are never forgotten? Consider how you feel about these matters and use the space provided to write down your thoughts.
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