As clever as the title of this blog entry is, I can't take all the credit. It is taken from the following Spurgeon quote.
"Brethren, do something; do something, do something! While societies and unions make constitutions, let us win souls. I pray you, be men of action all of you. Get to work and quit yourselves like men. Old Suvarov's idea of war is mine: `Forward and strike! No theory! Attack! Form a column! Charge bayonets! Plunge into the center of the enemy! Our one aim is to win souls; and this we are not to talk about, but do in the power of God!'" Charles Spurgeon.
Now why am I even talking about this? Well, I was at Costco and had passed out a few tracts. We were getting ready to leave and I really wanted to get rid of all of my tracts. That's when I spotted the stacks of Twilight books. In the same instance the great words of Spurgeon, "do something", came to mind. So I did. On the top book of each pile, right inside the cover, I placed a million dollar bill tract. Now when these books are purchased, someone will get the Gospel message at a time of God's choosing. I didn't have to overcome any fear of man by approaching someone. I wasn't up on a box preaching. I just did something. My encouragement to you is to do something, anything that will put the full Gospel into someone's hands. A well written, cleverly placed tract fits that bill.
Psalm 67:2 (New International Version)
2 that your ways may be known on earth,
your salvation among all nations.