Complete Gospel Tract Titles

Gospel Tract List
1. How I Received the Holy Ghost
2. Jesus Is Coming Again
3. You Must Be Born Again
4. Stir Up the Gift of God
5. The World's Most Dreaded Hour
6. What is Salvation?
7. Stand Still in Jordan
8. The Returned Father
9. Grieved Hearts
10. The Second Death
11. The Father and the Son
12. Suffering and the Saints
13. Cancer Conquered
14. The Church?
15. How Shall They Preach, Except They Be Sent?
16. Have You Received the Holy Ghost Since You Believed?
17. Patience
18. Alone With God
19. Tithes and Offerings
20. Prayer
21. The True Sabbath
22. The Besetting Sin
23. Saving Strength
24. What Will the Harvest Be?
25. Marriage and Divorce
26. Taking the Name of the Lord
27. Keys to the Kingdom
28. Works
29. Politics and Believers
30. Unequally Yoked in Marriage
31. Unequally Yoked in Worship
32. The Forgiven Woman
33. The New Earth
34. The Sin of Silence
35. Freedom
36. Gods of the Gentiles
37. Why Some Are Not Healed
38. The Seven Pillars
39. Life, More Abundantly
40. Fear
41. The Comforterís Testimony
42. This is My Friend
43. Conversion
44. The Time Is Drawing Near?
45. Songs in the Night
46. The Master's Net
47. Trials are Opportunities
48. Receiving the Messenger
49. Seven Messages to the Seven Pastors
50. Keep Yourself Pure
51. Jezreel
52. The New Birth
53. Denying Jesus
54. Bruised Reeds
56. The Wise and the Foolish
57. Holiness
58. Is Jesus God?
59. Christ or Christianity
60. Have Faith In God
63. Four Kinds of Soil
64. Communion
66. Baptism
69. Crucified With Christ
70. Homosexuality and the Bible
71. The Kingdom of God
72. The Gospel of Christ
77. Sanctification
78. New Commandments
79. The Sacrifice of Christ
81. Speaking in Tongues
87. Antichrist
88. The Way of Grace
90. Relationships
93. Subdued
94. The Spirit of Christ
95. The Blood of Christ
96. Spirit of a Serpent, Spirit of a Dove
97. Gluttony
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Gospel Tract #93

Subdued

#93
by George C. Clark

"Subdue" means "to conquer and bring into subjection". A subdued believer is one whose old nature has been fully conquered by Christ and who now stands in submission to "that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God." One can know God in the deep, spiritual serenity of His service only when he is subdued in his heart, in his soul, in his mind, and in all his strength - subdued through and through so perfectly that he is pliable to all the purposes and plans of God. He must be so subdued that bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, evil speaking, malice, blasphemy, and filthy communication are gone. Child of God, you must be subdued, not merely in your opinion or that of your friends and associates, but subdued so thoroughly that God can look you through and through and know that you are subdued. God is going to conquer and bring into subjection everyone who desires to be perfect.

Before God can use us in conquering others, the holy Spirit must completely penetrate us with a divine conquest. How gentle is our Father, as He begins to subdue us! If we submit promptly to His discipline, the job will be easily finished; on the other hand, if we hold back and resist His will, we will be beaten with many stripes, placed between the millstones, and ground to powder so that we can be molded without any resistance to His marvelous plan of salvation. The greatest hindrance to Godís plan for us today is that His children are not yet entirely subdued by the power of His holy Spirit.

When one is subdued, he ceases to be a busybody in other menís matters, or an idler, wandering from house to house. A subdued person bridles his tongue and walks uprightly before his Maker, looking to Jesus, who will teach him to labor and to do Godís will promptly and uncomplainingly, rejoicing in having a place in the mighty kingdom of God. Hallelujah! It is wonderful to be absolutely conquered by the omnipotent hand of God, having our all on the altar in obedience, and working with our heavenly Father without stumbling or grumbling over the weaknesses of Godís disobedient children. Indeed, every conquered saint is easily entreated, ready to talk in a meek spirit with his fellow servants concerning the way of truth.

There comes a gentleness into the heart of every subdued believer that even the world is forced to recognize. May God help us to become subdued in every way, in everything. Subdued, so that He can use us in subduing others who are waiting for the opportunity to surrender unconditionally to the perfect will of God.