Although I very much like the statement "All of your sin, past & future, is forgiven, & you now find total acceptance before him.", and "He loves you with an everlasting, unchanging love." on the assurance page, I believe there could me more clarity on the "Promise Kept" page about substitution. Jesus sinless life in the story is actually credited to me as if I myself had lived it. This truth plays an enormous part in relieving a sinner's guilt. If you're going to mention Jesus' death in our place, you may as well mention that he died the death penalty we deserve and since we died with him, we also rose from the dead with him where we are now seated with him in heaven. (Eph. 2:4-7) Union with the Hero of the story is one of the main ways we can gain greater victory over sin in our mortal bodies. (Rom. 6) This would be crucial for the story reader who might be desperate to know how he can have any hope of conquering a life crippling addiction. Identity in Christ is huge, especially considering he's the Hero we all really want to be like at some level. I also think more clarity is needed on the "Rescue by Faith Alone" page regarding salvation by grace through faith. More emphasis is needed on not being able to save yourself with good behavior, performance or keeping laws. That could be more explicit. The Hero did all that was necessary for our salvation . Faith as well as the power to love God and his ways are both blood-bought gifts from the Hero. It's almost as if whoever wrote this page is afraid to come out and state that you cannot earn your way to heaven with good behavior or performance. Finally, thank you for the generous Buy one, get one offer for these tracts.