Bucket List Door Hanger

The tract we use for door to door evangelism is a door hanger that we developed based on the Bucket List tract. We have made arrangements with One Million Tracts to allow the purchase of this door hanger.  The pricing is as follows:

  • 1,000 door hangars for $165 shipping included (16.5 cents each)
  • 2,500 door hangars for $245 shipping included (9.8 cents each)

On the back of the door hangars there is a box and inside the box it says “Bezeugen Ministries, www.bezeugen.org”. This area is intended to be used for a label to customize to your church or ministry. Marv at One Million Tracts has agreed to place your own contact information in the box prior to printing therefore saving you the cost and time of printing labels and placing them on the door hangars.

The door hangers advertise a free DVD. When requests for the free DVD are received, they will be forwarded to the church or ministry that handed them out so that the requests can be fulfilled by that church or ministry. This provides an opportunity for direct contact with the person who requested the DVD and hence another chance to share the Gospel with them.

Please email Marv at One Million Tracts to place your order. Simply tell him you’d like to order the Bucket List Door Hanger developed by Bezeugen Ministries!

The text of the door hangar reads:

People often use the term “bucket list” to refer to a list of things that they would like to do before they “kick the bucket” or die. What is on your bucket list? Some popular choices are: skydive, take a trip around the world, run a marathon, take up a martial art, learn to dance, drive a race car, climb Mt. Everest, see the Seven Wonders, and ride the world’s fastest rollercoaster. Need some help with number 10? How about…

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find out what happens when you kick the bucket! It is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment. (Hebrews 9:27) The Bible says that when you die, you’ll be judged by God’s standard, The Ten Commandments. The ninth commandment says you shall not lie. Have you ever told a lie? If so, God sees you as a liar. Revelation 21:8 says that all liars will have their place in the lake of fire, which is hell. The eighth commandment says you shall not steal. Have you ever stolen anything? If so, God sees you as a thief. The sixth commandment says you shall not murder. Jesus took this to an even higher standard saying, “everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment” and “whoever says, ‘You fool!’ will be liable to the hell of fire.” (Matthew 5:22) Ever hated someone or called them a fool? The third commandment says you shall not use God’s name in vain. Have you ever used God’s name or Jesus’ name carelessly or as a curse word? That is called blasphemy. In Exodus 20:7 God says that he will not hold anyone guiltless that uses his name in vain. That is only four of the Ten Commandments. How will you do on judgment day? Does God see you (by your own admission) as a liar, a thief, a murderer and a blasphemer at heart? Will you be innocent or guilty? Will God reward you with eternity in heaven or punish you with an eternity in hell? God is perfectly good and just. He must punish sin. God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, fully God and fully man to die in the place of sinners. Jesus never broke God’s law. He claimed to be equal with God, and to have power to forgive sin.  He claimed to know all things. He said of Himself, “I have power to lay down My life (crucified), and power to take it up again (resurrected).” Jesus died in the place of sinners, and was raised to life on the third day. It was not the price that was paid that satisfies God, but the worth of the One who paid the price: Jesus Christ, the Son of God. God commands you to repent, and to place your faith in the indescribable gift of Jesus alone, that you may not be condemned, but have eternal life. (Mark 1:15, Acts 17:30, John 3:16) Do it today- make it #1 on your bucket list – you may not have tomorrow!

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